Triple Threat (FR) Looms in the $100,000 Arlington Handicap
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Thu 09/07/2015 - 22:51 EDT
Bill Mott will saddle Triple Threat (FR) as the favorite in the field at odds of 5-2 on the morning line. A five-year-old son of Monsun (GER), he has won four of his fourteen starts and made his North American debut a winning one last time out in the Monmouth Stakes (G2). He prevailed by a nose from off the pace under Jose Lezcano who will be back in the irons from post position eight as he goes for his second straight victory.
The Pizza Man a contender at home track
Second choice at 3-1 on the morning line is The Pizza Man for trainer Roger Brueggemann. Bred and owned by Midwest Thoroughbreds, the six-year-old son of English Channel is a thirteen time winner an is coming into this race off of a winning performance in the Opening Verse Stakes at Churchill Downs. That was his first start of the year and he will break from post four under Florent Geroux.
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Also in the field at morning line odds of 7-2 is Middleburg for trainer Christophe Clement. A five-year-old son of Lemon Drop Kid, he has been on the board in thirteen of his fourteen starts and will be trying to earn the first graded stakes victory of his career. He has been on the board in both starts since stepping up to graded stakes competition and will break from post nine with James Graham aboard.
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