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NO. 7 FARQUHAR: Maiden just ran huge in a much better than looked fourth place finish in this mile turf race. He will love the Del Mar turf course and we will make a good wager on him next out, especially if we see a jockey switch as the bug boy Velez really butchered this last ride on him.


NO. 3 ISHI: Ran a much better-than-looked third off the long layoff at Los Alamitos TB for trainer Peter Miller who was looking to use this race as a prep for something bigger at Del Mar where he was last seen winning back in November of 2017, all systems will be a go for him next out and this is another runner who we would love to see sprinting on the five-furlong Del Mar Turf course.

NO. 6 CLEM LABINE: Most likely named after the Brooklyn right hander, this Clem Labine just ran huge in this 6½-furlong optional claimer and should love the Los Alamitos course. We would love to see him show up there going a mile or seven furlongs. If so, we will be singling. 

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