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Posted by Bob Heyden on Friday, July 29, 2011 5:16 PM

1st
#5 Simply Business had zero chance from post 10 in the NJSS final, gets real here and has license to dominate.
#9 Maytime Terror has answered the call out of town and is the rare Western Terror 2 YO in these parts. Wilson eligible is in good form
#3 Friday At Five a brother to Jennas Beach Boy for the same connections, is winless so far but has maybe his best chance yet.

2nd
#2 Krispy Apple takes advantage of See You At Peelers NOT being a Shalee eligible.
#4 Idyllic is having a quiet but solid season-one of two serious Coleman contenders in here.
#7 Pretty Katherine was strong her last flat mile here and has enough out of the gate to handle these.

3rd
#1A Crys Dream is from another planet-and needs no introduction. She did foul up the Pick-5-but in a good spot-the middle leg. A physical specimen for the ages.

4th
1A Jezzy has but one blemish on her card and sets up a great finals matchup with also-once defeated Crys Dream.
#8 Lady Rainbow is the real deal-but a step slow to get going in 2011.

5th
#1 Chapter Seven did plenty off the extended layoff and deserves strong consideration. 60 YO Mike Lachance can do 59 YO Roger Hammer (Vivid Photo-2005) one better with a win next week in the final.
#1A Blue Porsche can overcome the outer post and storm home-despite the recent fever he spiked-you know Burgess wouldn't drop him in here unless ready to go.
#8 Broad Bahn will exhibit speed and that may be all that he needs to get to the final. Big upside here for the group who were second in 2009 with Explosive Matter in the Hambo Final.
 



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