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GOLDEN GATE FIELDS

Race 1

No. 2 Lake Show ships in from Santa Anita, he drops in class and gets off the grass. No. 4 Bubba Bay is the stablemate of Lake Show and ran good at this level one race back. No. 7 Empire Wicket just missed first out at this level going six furlongs, he now stretches out and is bred to love going long. 7-4-2

Race 2

No. 3 Frisky Fox drops back to the level of her nose loss. No. 6 Heavenly Holiday drops and gets Jorge Velez up for Jonathan Wong. Bet her to cash albeit at a short price. 6**-3

Race 3

No. 3 Morton Glory just missed first out of the box by a dwindling half a length. No. 5 Bourbon and Water exits a key race and drops in class and gets a new jock. No. 6 Mombacho also exits the race. 5-6-3

Race 4

No. 2 Daddysprize is a perfect two for two on the synthetic surface here at the Gate. Her only bad race was on the grass when she bolted. No. 5 Tough Sunday is in from Santa Anita and gets off the grass. 

2-5

Race 5

No. 5 Mantaray Island took them wire-to-wire when breaking his maiden here last out. He can stand the move up vs. winners. No. 6 Goren gets his second start here and second off the layoff. His last work says he is on go! No. 9 Sequentially loves this track and will be the one coming with a big late run. 6-9-5

Race 6

No. 7 Rhyming Tiger gets her first start off the John Martin claim. He is .37% first off the claim and has her spotted for the win. No. 7 WIN AND PLACE 

Race 7

No. 1 Time for Suzzie was claimed for $20k off the win at Santa Anita last out and now ships in and is put in this $40k race. They must like what they purchased. No. 2 Shes All Woman is in for Doug O’Neill and a must use. Flavien Prat is in town and will ride No. 6 Stealthediamonds for Jerry Hollendorfer off the layoff and a bullet last work. Hollendorfer also sends out No. 7 Sneaking Out who was last seen running at Del Mar back in September of 2018, she could be very live here. 1-2-6-7

Race 8

We get $8k maiden fillies and mares going five furlongs to end the day. No. 4 I Will Rule has had her chances but switches to a high percentage barn. No. 5 Factorize is in from Santa Anita and moves into the Wong barn. He drops her looking for the quick win. 4-5

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