SO CAL TRACKS
UNDER PROTEST: Jeff Mullins first time starter went off at 5-1. She sat back off the pace, circled the leaders approaching the stretch and stormed away like a freight train to win going away like a good thing. This girl will be able to move up and score against winners.
ZILVER: Adam Kitchingman first time starter was sitting good just off the front runners but had to come four wide into the stretch. Put in a big rally down the line and looked to get by the winner on the line. Lost the bob in what was a top effort.
FORTUNATE APPEAL: Was caught between horses in the early going and got shuffled back. Angled out for room and circled this field coming four wide into the stretch but just powered away. Inhaled his foes to win for fun. $$$
MYHORSEOFCOURSE: Was in from Gulfstream Park for trainer Hess and let go at more than 6-1. Won this race despite some trouble by more than a length drawing away late in this 25k maiden claimer going 1 1/16 on the dirt. This guy may be able to run on the grass in a starter allowance race in the upcoming Oak Tree meet.
SALTY ROBBIN: Ran huge in defeat at better than 28-1 when just missing by a neck. He looks to be sitting on the maiden breaker at a price for trainer Bill Spawr.
SMOKIN’ CAT: Was last seen running second at Aqueduct last December. Showed up in this spot for trainer John Sadler in this straight maiden race. Was sent off at 90 cents on the dollar and won like 1-9. Look for this guy to come back and repeat in the very near future. $$$
BARON’S GOLD: Just won this 1 1/16 turf route in very game fashion and was claimed by trainer William Morey who will find a good spot for a repeat win.
MIG ALLEY: Took plenty of action in this 4k claimer. He was close up in the early going, but the jockey took him back and dropped to the inside. Looked to be making a nice rally turning for home but just had nothing left. Top trainer Miyadi picked him up for the 4k so look for the jockey change and a trip to the winners circle next time out.
SOPHIE’S SEEKER: First time starter for trainer Lloyd Mason took plenty of early action. He looked all the winner turning for home while four wide when racing green and not changing leads. Had to settle for third when tiring in the late going.
ESCAPING THE STORM: Sat back in the early going in this 5½ furlong sprint. Angled four wide and was on the extreme outside for the drive. Made a big late run and just missed on the line.
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SO CAL TRACKS