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Race 1

Maiden fillies and mares travel a mile on the grass. No. 1 Ever So True ran good on this course last year and then was put over her head in the Jimmy Durante where she also ran a good race. No. 4 Tig Tog is in from over the pond for Paddy Gallagher who does will with these runners, we like Bejarano getting the call. No. 7 Dearborn has great connections and ran a nice 3rd here on July 21, she looks set for her best. 


Race 2

$25k claimers go six furlongs. No. 4 El Asesino drops into a spot where can win as does No. 5 Face of Victory. 4-5

Race 3

Cal bred optional $20k fillies and mares travel a mile on the grass. No. 6 Rolling Shadow gets her second start off the layoff and second here at Del Mar. She missed by less than two lengths here on July 26 when finishing a close 3rd behind No. 9 A Walk in the Park and a neck in front of No. 7 X S Gold. 6-7-9



Race 4

Maiden’s go 6-1/2 furlongs. No. 2 Super Sol ran a nice even 3rd first out of the box and can only move forward. No. 3 He’s Stylish exits our HTW list as a $$$$$ play, he gets his second start of the layoff and second as a 3yo, his last work was just super and he will take some beating. No. 5 Montmartre ran big in his first start last year when going off as the 9/5 chalk. No. 7 Outlaw is the stablemate of He’s Stylish, he gets his second start and was sent off as the 7/5 chalk going down the hill in his first start at Santa Anita but never ran a step after showing some early speed. 3***with 2-5-7

Race 5

Cal bred maidens travel a mile on the grass. No. 4 Gold N Bold ran 3rd in both of his turf races at Santa Anita. No. 5 Minister’s Glory looks live off the layoff as his last work says yes. No. 7 Jet Set Ruler finished right behind Gold N Bold last out. 4-5-7

Race 6

Optional $40k fillies and mares go a mile on the main, most of these have been running on the grass. No. 6 Rooms has won on the dirt at a mile one race back and finished second here at this level last out and owns a good last work. No. 7 Secret Spice will be the speed on the stretchout second off the layoff for Baltas. No. 1 Twirling Apples fits if he can dirt. 6-7-1

Race 7


No. 1 Richard’s Boy has hit the board in all five of his turf sprints here and was a close 3rd in this race last year. No. 2 Stormy Liberal comes off a nose win here in his last race at this turf distance and he is the stablemate of Richard. No. 3 Tribalist has won 3 of his 4 starts here at this five furlong turf distance and lost the head bob last out to the Stormy Liberal, he won this race last year. 1-2-3

Race 8

$20k maidens travel a mile on the dirt. No. 6 Jump the Tracks drops to his lowest level for the hot Mullins barn. No. 7 Channel Crossing finished a good second here last out at this level in his first try with $20k maiden claimers. No. 8 Thefourfortyfourth ran a good second at this level on race back and has a good last work. No. 9 Clem Dela Clem drops to the bottom after facing straight maidens in his first five races, he will wake up big time. 6-7-9-8


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