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Naples dog track results


Naples dog track results:

Wednesday, September 30, 2011

The day of the big race at the Naples Dog Track was hot, it was humid, and it was wet, so it was a real tough race for the horses and dogs.

The day was not good for the dogs, either, for the two dogs that did race that day had to be taken to the local vet for shots because they were so badly off their feed.

It was bad for them and it was bad for the owners of the dogs.

It was a bad day for a lot of the horses. Some were out of the race before the starting gate even opened.

One horse was so badly off track that they were not able to start him, they took him to a horse hospital and sent him home, a very unusual thing to do on a big race day, but I guess they didn't know what else to do.

All of the big horses, like the ones in the $100,000 stakes, the $75,000 stakes and the $50,000 stakes, looked like they were in really good shape and they should do well.

I don't know if they got their feed in time, because the last time that I saw them they were going through the stalls.

The horse trainer, Jerry Moore, said that they got their feed in a few minutes early, but I don't know if he was the only one who had trouble getting the feed.

The horses were out of their stalls before the gate opened.

A few horses came into the back to start with the other horses.

The horses were all in the starting gate, the horses were not all lined up, so they all started racing together.

They did not all start off at the same speed.

I thought that the three in the $75,000 stakes had the best speed, but I think that the five in the $100,000 stakes was a close second to them.

The only horse in the $50,000 stakes to race that day was a colt by G.A.P. and he started from post position number 1.

This horse has been out of the race since February, and the horse was a big favorite because of his name and his color.

I think that his odds were somewhere around $6.00.

The horse raced very well, he did not race to win, but he was in a great position for a long time, he didn't get beat by more than 3 or 4 lengths, and he was in really good shape.

The jockey was Martin Garcia and he had a good ride on the horse, he was able to hold on to him, but he was a little off-track with him.

This horse, because of the way he was lined up, started at post number 3.

He was a big favorite, but I think that there was one horse in that race, that had a chance to beat him, and that horse was a filly named My Pretty Sweet and she did not race on the day of the big race.

This horse had been racing for a long time, but he was not in very good shape, but he was in great shape for the big race.

I think that he should win this race, he has a lot of speed and he is very fast.

I think that this is his best year ever.

I think that this is his last year of racing, and I think that he will win the $50,000 stake.

This horse started in the $25,000 stakes and he is from Florida.

I think that his odds were $7.00.

I think that he was a long shot.

This is the horse that was very close to beating the colt that he was racing against.

He was a little farther off the track than the colt, but he was faster.

The filly, who was the 4th favorite, I think that she finished just in the money.

I think that she is going to go to stud next year and she is going to be a very nice mare.

This horse is from Alabama and he is a gelding.

I think that his odds were around $3.00.

This horse is from Georgia, and I think that he was going to win the race, I think that he was going to win this race and I think that he was going to win the $50,000 stake.

The horse was not ready for the race.

He ran a few races before this and he looked good in those races, and I think that he should have raced, but the trainer didn't want him to run.

The trainer thought that he was too much of a risk.

He was a longshot and he raced at $6.00 and I think that he should win the $50,000 stakes.

This horse was from Texas and he is a black gelding.

I think that his odds were around $3.00.

This horse was from South Dakota and he was a black gelding.

I think that he was going to win the race and I think that he was going to win the $75,000 stakes, but it was the end of the season for him and he wasn't able to race.

I think that he should have had at least two more races, but he couldn't race.

I think that he should have won this race, he did finish in the money, he finished 4th.

I think that he was going to win this race, but it was not the right time for him to run.

He was a longshot and he raced at $6.00.

I think that he should win the $50,000 stake.

This horse started in the $25,000 stakes and he was from Florida.

He started in the back and he did run a good race.

I think that he did well, he was close to winning the race and I think that he was going to win the race, but he couldn't race in


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