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BERLUSCONI: Well-bred 3yo gelding by Fusaichi Pegasus woke up big time when stretched out on the grass for this his second start. Took a length lead at the quarter pole, but fell back at the top of the stretch and looked done. Rallied to finish a clear second in a top try.

BOLD AGRESSOR: First time starter just really wanted to run as he was pulling jockey Bejarano right along to force the pace while four wide. Took a short lead in midstretch, but could not hold off the 8/5 chalk. Still he was more than two lengths clear of the rest. Will be a solid play next time out of the box. $$$$$

SHINING COPPER: Out of the loaded Neil Drysdale barn this first time starter ran his eyes out at 6-to-1 finishing a very game second behind the odds- on winner Miceli. This guy is a runner and will be a solid single next time out. $$$

A.P.CORSAIR: Ran a bang up second behind the lone speed while making a four wide run on the turn. He will be ready for the maiden breaker next time out at Del Mar for trainer Neil Drysdale.

DANGER LURKING: First time starter for trainer Ron Ellis finished a good third behind A.P.Corsair. Broke on top from the 10 post and dropped back. Made a big late run and showed he may want a little longer.

GHOST N YOUR HEART: Trainer Paul Aguirre and jockey Iggy Puglisi have been hooking up with some nice price horses. This filly paid $16.80 off the layoff, winning going away by more than three lengths. She could come back in a starter allowance race going a mile. Looks like a repeater.

KIT CAT KITTY: Was coming off the layoff for trainer Vann Belvoir. She steadied hard at the start and was dead last and hopelessly beaten. Showed some good determination to finish fifth in this 11 horse field. Will be set to pop at a price next time out. $$$

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