Sunday, March 15, 2009

Handicappers Edge ( BRISNET )

Mr. Fantasy recorded a respectable third in his first start against open company. The New York-bred crushed overmatched foes in his first two outings, winning a maiden special weight by 10 1/2 lengths and an entry-level allowance by 8 1/2 lengths, but he didn't have everything his own way during the early stages of the Gotham, with I Want Revenge applying pressure from the start. The Kiaran McLaughlin trainee spotted plenty of seasoning to his rival and couldn't handle the class check, but he continued on gamely after being passed and earned a triple-digit Speed number (102). Don't be surprised to see Mr. Fantasy improve off his first career setback

At least some of the press are saying good things ;-) Gary West from Fort -Worth Star Telegram still has him in his Top 20 lets see what the bloggers say about Giant Oak and Patena after their poor runs

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