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DEL MAR MAY, BOUJIE GIRL, DRAGIC: These three are exiting the same race, Del Mar May finished second just a nostril in front of Boujie Girl, a length in front of Drajic who broke slow in her first start here after shipping in from Keeneland. Dragic was more than two lengths clear of the rest in this 10-horse field. We see all three of these girls coming back to run big races. This could be a key race down the road. $$$

SILKEN PRINCE: First time starter for the hot William E. Morey barn hesitated at the start of this six-furlong sprint and was dead last in this field of 10. If you had a ticket on him at 5/1 you would think to toss it in the trash. He made a quick rally between horses in mid-stretch and stormed home to win by a length in a big time effort. This one can repeat.

EXTRA HOPE: This 2yo first timer for Richard Mandella ran big, coming on late in this 5-1/2 furlong sprint he ran on line. He would just love to go a mile, even six furlongs next time out. We will be heading to the window and singling in the picks. $$$

HARD FOUGHT: Ran to his name in this mile race as he battled tooth and nail down the lane with the 8/5 chalk, never giving in and actually trying to come back late. A big time effort for this $25K claimer and if able to clear next time out he will be gone.

CATCH FIRE: $20K maiden claimer was breaking from post one in this 7 furlong sprint. Broke tardy to be last in this field of 11, then stalked down on the inside but had to be steadied off heels into the stretch which cost him. Ran on nicely to finish a better than looked third and will be a good play next out. $$$

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