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Race 1

$12,500 3yo travel a flat mile on the dirt. No. 5 Brilliant Richie comes to town from the Fair at Pleasanton in top form, he is a perfect fit at this level. No. 6 Mason Dixon drops looking for his level and gets Martin Garcia up for Doug O’Neill. No. 7 Poppy’s C Note exits the same last race as Mason, he will be part of the early speed with Richie. 5-6-7



Race 2

Calif. bred maiden fillies and mares travel a mile on the grass. Trainer Jeff Mullins has been sending out nothing but live runners, winning 4 of his 9 starts with 3 seconds. He sends out No. 1 Y Not Sizzle. No. 3 Too Hot for Curlin is a live first time starter with Flavien Prat getting on for Philip D’Amato who looks to heat up. No. 7 Super Bunny gets back on the grass and will go better in this spot. 1-3-7

Race 3

$16k fillies and mares travel a flat mile on the main. No. 1 Cash for Cass drops in class and is wheeled back in just 9 days. No. 3 Atina ran good when dropped to this level last out going a mile on the dirt. No. 4 Chasing Moments is perfectly spotted off her big maiden win last out. 1-3-4

Race 4

Maidens travel five furlongs on the grass. No. 2 Lord Adare is a very live first time starter for trainer Robert Hess, his last work was a pip. Ditto on No. 4 Chewing Gum with Prat riding for Richard Mandella who also sends out No. 8 Charlito off a big last work. 2-4-8

Race 5

$32k maiden 2yo go five furlongs. No. 4 Magically Honored ran here on July 25th for a $80k price tag, look for better. No. 6 Clear to Close has been will bet in both of his starts, he drops looking to cash. No. 7 Fluent in Sarcasm looks live at first asking with Edwin Maldonado up for Peter Eurton. 4-6-7

Race 6

$62,500 optional fillies and mares travel 1-1/16 on the grass. No. 1 Meal Ticket gets back to the spot of her last win and owns a big last work. No. 3 Anna Pavlova owns back-to-back 7 furlong works and that is a great sign for this trainer. No. 6 Foxtail will be out winging it on the front end. 1-3-7

Race 7


In this race at Del Mar the first thing we look for is a Bob Baffert runner and low and behold he has none. We will turn to Peter Miller who sends out No. 5 Bulletproof One off of back-to-back huge wins at Golden Gate and Pleasanton. This is a filly vs. the boys but Prat will ride. Miller also sends out No. 8 Bluegrass Faith off a big maiden win first out. No. 6 Fast Enough really looked good when breaking his maiden first out and he owns a big last work. 8-6-5

Race 8

It’s all about maidens today as we end the day with Calif. bred 2yo maidens going six furlongs. This is No. 1 Cal’s Gem race to win, he won his last start but had his number taken down at Santa Anita. We will single in the picks. 1**


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