Posted by Ken Warkentin on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 9:23 PM


7-Chief Justice – The Chief flashed some sneaky late trot after missing 30 days & off two sick scratches, 1:54.4 winner here this season expected to show more


5-Winneress – Much better runner up in his last two, couldn’t quite outsprint Swancredit last week, draws inside that rival here & might be on the verge


10-Swancredit – Has rallied for three of his last four & two straight here with well-timed moves by Melissa Arbia, at the mercy of pace & traffic from post ten



5-Gottalovemyshadow – Took a mark of 1:50.2 here this season, easy winner @ Freehold two starts back, strong in the win column & finds a soft spot


6-Lookatmyart – Took two starts off the Edwin Quevedo claim to blow away a bottom condition bunch & took a new mark in the process, let’s see some more


7-VH Princess Brea – Looking to rebound with class relief after fading to seventh last week, tougher draw, yet hit the board in three of her previous four



5-Heartofgold Devie – This filly worked her way up to N/W 4 @ Yonkers & just missed with a nice late move three starts back, launches midpack here & picks up Gingras


3-Jula Magician – Tailed off in his last two soon after taking a mark of 1:55.2 @ Pocono, but exits N/W 4, draws inside, gets Tetrick & has a big chance to rebound


1-HL Revina – 2YO filly with some upside, note the solid to Venerable in the Matron, overwhelmed in the Goldsmith Maid & now move inside to face a much softer field



2-Zenith Stride – One for 17 in 2021, but rebounded off a miscue & sick scratch with a solid qualifier, classy colt draws & can assert himself in a field he can take advantage of


7-Brookroad Master – Pace compromised & still came up with a much-improved effort last week, now the post is more challenging, but he has something to build on


5-Shinkansen – Was on a nice form spree against N/W 5 @ Harrah’s Philadelphia, no chance chasing standout Redwhite N Goo in a useful acclimating mile one month ago 



3-Watchmeneighneigh – Horse-for-the-course perked up with a solid second last week, draws much better & could be poised for an overdue win


5-Elrama N – Forced wide & picked minor spoils in a decent effort last week, coming around since the mid-October sick scratch, 12YO worth a long look


4-Galactic Galleon N – 0 for 17 this season, but gave it a good try to hit the board again last week, just missed with a late surge before that & draws inside



1-Off The Record – Stuffed in off a modest pace last week, shuffled before that as the beaten favorite, 1:51 performer here this season gets the rail in a highly beatable field


6-Capsaicinn – Arrives in career form, went all the way for a new mark as the heavy favorite two starts back & looks like the main speed in this wide open affair


4-Northern Storm – Sub 1:50 performer @ The Big M this season scored first time Lasix from post seven, then got stung from post ten, Alagna Armada filly can rebound



2-P L Leeroy – Team Bongiorno-tuned gelding drops from tougher claimers, draws inside & gives Jacob Stillwell a big chance to trip out in a wide-open division


5-Elysium Seelster – Just missed with a strong third two starts back, then stormed home from last to just miss, now draws better & re-united with Roy Marohn


3-Ferdinand A – Went all the way in a well-rated mile & came away with a new mark @ age eight, then faded last week, draws inside to bounce back with James Slendor



6-Captains Maid – Team Bongiorno filly stormed home off a hot pace to repeat in style, gets another test for class from a more demanding post


3-Norman’s Madeline – Just your standard stock rebound blowout & new mark of 1:51.2 from post eight off breaks in two straight, now steps up with an improved post


4-Morning Has Broken – Followed up the mile of her life with a solid second to a heavy favorite last week, draws well again with positive trip potential



4-Double Account – Equaled his mark of 1:51.2 here this season, draws well again fresh off an excellent narrow loss with trot at both ends last week for Team Cullipher


3-Stormont Ventnor – This Team Cullipher trainee continues to climb the ladder & steps up further off a bounce-back first over second to heavily favored Max


7-Hillexotic – Returns to the Big M on quite a form spree & fresh off a dominant wire-to-wire score @ Yonkers, gets the outside draw, but can do it either way



5-Annabelle Hanover – Stormed home for the huge upset on Nov. 5, then struggled from post eight in her last two, now draws a bit better & has to get off to a better start 


8-Marloe Hanover – Came charging home from a tough spot to grab a piece of the TVG, nailed late as the heavy favorite by Annabelle on Nov. 5 & outside draw no picnic


7-Priceless – Fresh off a game speed try & yielded for the heavy favorite, she can also do it from off the pace & sharp on the comeback trail for Team Orange Crush



3-Rocknroll Captain – This Captain gave some indication with that solid second back on Oct. 23, impossible trips have plagued him since, yet now gets an inside draw 


5-Winning Linc – Back to The Big M off two no-chance trips @ Freehold, reclaimed by Richard Johnson & everybody saw the damage he did here recently


7-Rycroft – 10YO’s form not much to write about in his last three since the gutsy win back on Oct. 8, but now gets some class relief off an acclimating mile



3-Walleywalleyinfree – Responded with some recent freshening with an easy air-out mission @ Freehold, inside draw against soft opposition paves the way


5-Rockin Rambaran – 11YO warhorse just missed in his last two, seeks another ideal trip & may kick the door in here for an overdue win


4-Big Sweep Osborne – Wheels right back after being bothered by a first turn breaker @ Yonkers this past Tuesday, post ten winner here on Oct. 29 finally draws inside














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Ken Warkentin has been a member of the award-winning broadcast team at Meadowlands Racetrack as the Track Announcer and television commentator for 25 years. Ken has appeared on national television networks such as ESPN, called 15 editions of the $1 million Hambletonian, and worked as a member of the broadcast team for NBC Sports and CBS Sports.

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