In our new Big Move of the Week, we feature one horse each week who impressed and might warrant a spot on your watch list.  For the week ending November 22, that horse is Start Line.

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  • Last race: Start Line, the second choice at post time behind Vakeesh, won the seven-furlong test for three-year-olds and up by a whopping 10 lengths in a speedy 1:26.22 on November 20 at Charles Town.  Oscar Flores rode the three-year-old gelding.
  • Getting good now: After winning just one of his first seven starts, Start Line has won three straight, the first two in WV-bred allowance company.  He now has a record of 10-4-2-0 for earnings of $75,993.
  • Bettors not impressed: Start Line has not been the favorite in any of his four career victories.
  • Family affair: Start Line is trained by Tim Grams, who, along with wife Judith, bred him and whose Grams Racing Stable owns him.
  • Breeding: Start Line is by a West Virginia-bred by Jump Start out of the stakes-placed Silver Ghost mare Silver Buckle, whom the Gramses also bred.
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(Music used in this video: First Call, by Kevin MacLeod (, Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0