Horse racing, Tampa Bay Downs

Tampa Bay Downs opinions for Saturday, April 16

Race 1: #4 Fifth Street (5-2): This gelding has done a lot of winning at Tampa, including once this meet. Now trainer Benny Feliciano drops him in class plus goes from route to sprint, a move he is 32% with.

Race 5: #6 Commissionette (6-1) (turf only): Trainer Ben Colebrook has been trying to get this filly on the grass in her last two races, but the rain gods have interfered. They might again today, but if they don’t Colebrook is 21% going from dirt to turf.

Race 9: #2 Grandpa’s Star (9-2): This filly is running her second race off more than a year away and trainer Anthony Granitz, who is good with horses going two turns, decides to get leading rider Antonio Gallardo.

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Horse racing, Tampa Bay Downs

Tampa Bay Downs opinions for Sunday, Dec. 20

Preview: The card isn’t as strong as Saturday’s but there are a few races that seem of offer value. From post seven and in has been the place to be in dirt route races so far at the meet.

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Race 3: #7 Duty Proper (6-1)

Trainer Randy Rarick appears to be the type to get works into his horses over the track before running them as he just started entering horses. He is 20% with shippers. This 4-year-old has the third best Brisnet class rating while having the second best speed in the last race and best speed at the distance.

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Race 10: #3 Angel Haze (3-1)

Our Eyes: Trainer Ben Colebrook has decided to winter in Tampa for the first time and brings some useful stock. This 3-year-old filly takes a huge drop in class and gains the services of jockey Daniel Centeno, who is a master on this turf course.

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