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DEL MAR

Race 1

$25k fillies and mares travel seven furlongs. No. 4 Bunny Yogurt gets back on the dirt where she just missed one race back going a mile. No. 3 Super Klaus drops into a live spot. 4-3

Race 2

$40k 3yo go five furlongs on the grass. No. 2 Juggles is sent back five furlongs on the grass by the hot trainer Doug O’Neill. He won at this distance the one time he ran it at Santa Anita. No. 3 Boa Nova looks the speed of the speed on the big class drop and Edwin Maldonado getting on board. No. 5 Unbridled Skye has just missed in his two starts at the five furlong turf distance. 2-3-5

Race 3

Cal bred optional $20k fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 2 Quit Kvetching looked good when breaking her maiden first out of the box. She can repeat vs this crew if No. 7 Dr. Wysong doesn’t fire on the huge class drop. 7-2

Race 4 

$25k runners travel a mile on the grass. No. 4 Fabozzi drops in class and may find this pace to his liking. No. 8 Offshore looks very live off the layoff with Flavien Prat riding for Richard Baltas off a big last work. 4**-8

KEY PLAY

WIN AND PLACE 4 AND AN EXACTA BOX 4-8

Race 5

Maiden 2yo go 5 ½ furlongs. No. 1 Shooters Shoot cost $300k and this first timer gets Prat up for Peter Eurton. No. 3 Phast Pharoah is the son of the great American Pharoah. This 2yo colt cost $175k and owns a big last work. Bob Baffert sends out first time starter No. 6 Eight Rings who cost $520k, his last work was dazzling, bet him to cash. 6***-1-3

Race 6

Optional $40k runners go 5 ½ furlongs. No. 4 Rafal is the speed and gets off the grass and drops in class. He has three works over the track and is ready. No. 6 Landeskog ships in from New York and lands in the barn of Doug F. O’Neil. He could be live. No. 12 Distinctive B owns two wins here with three seconds from six starts. 12**-4-6

Race 7

THE $150K GRADE 3 LA JOLLA AT 1 1/16 ON THE GRASS FOR 3YO

No. 1 Neptune’s Storm has gotten really good and Drayden Van Dyke fits like a glove. No. 6 Jasikan won the Oceanside here on opening day and is the one to beat. No. 8 Rijeka ran right behind Jasikan and likes this course. 6-8-1

KEY PLAY

EXACTA BOX 1-6-8

Race 8

$20k maidens go six furlongs. No. 7 Vermeer is the speed on the drop with the bug boy Jorge Velez riding. No. 9 Wilt drops from straight maiden races at the gate and looks live. No. 1 Bourbon and Water and No. 2 Mr. Class will both go better today second off the layoff. 7-9-1-2

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