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HELEN’S TIGER: Was exiting our HTW list in this five-furlong grass sprint at Del Mar. She ran a winning race at 4-1 after breaking slow and a wide trip, made a strong late run to miss by a dwindling head.

ENGLISH DANCER: Was in from Keeneland and making her first start for trainer Richard Baltas. She moved too early under bug boy Figueroa and got caught. If she gets a new jock next out we will be in a single mood of play.

MOLAF: He really wanted to be let loose and was just pulling jockey Delgadillo out of his saddle. His early antics did him in. If he is moved back to a sprint next out we will take a shot at a nice price.

AMANDINE: Was in from over the pond for trainer Jeff Mullins who doesn’t get many like this in his barn. This filly broke last but just exploded turning for home to win going away by more than three lengths. Look for the move up in class and another win next out.

SECRET TOUCH: Just blasted home to win by more than five lengths in this mile race for $16,000 claimers. This gelding will fit well going a mile at this level or one higher.

BASHFUL: Filly was making her first start for trainer Richard Mandella. She was let go at 7-1 and won for fun in this five-furlong turf sprint. Look for the stretch out next time and a repeat win.

SLEWGOODTOBETRUE: 2-­year­-old maiden would have won on any other day, but had to settle for second in a 10-horse field as she just had no shot at the 6/5 first-time starter who freaked. No mistakes next out for this filly. Look for her in the winner’s circle next out at Los Al TB.

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