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LIGHTING FAST: First time starter for trainer Bill Spawr took plenty of action on the tote. He broke slow and was squeezed back. Most 2-year-old first-time starters would have packed it in, but this guy went four-wide into the stretch and made a nice late run to pick up the show dough in this 10-horse field.

K P CATS WILD: First-time starter for trainer Jeff Mullins would have won this $32k maiden claimer for 2-year-old fillies on most days but had the misfortune of running against the odds on Biddy Duke, K P Cats Wild ran her on race to be more than four lengths clear of the rest. She was claimed for the $32k by trainer Bob Hess who will have her spotted for the win next out.

DARPA: Trainer John Sadler looked to have this maiden filly spotted for the win. She ran her race but just did fail to run done the lone speed and 9-5 chalk by a dwindling head on the line as she blew past the winner. This filly will be a solid single next out with a new jockey aboard.

IT’S A RIDDLE: First-time starter got off at almost 8-1 and was given a great ride by jockey Abel Cedillo, who will be one jockey to play on at this short meet. It’s a Riddle chased the lone speed from the bell and just kept coming after her down the lane and was gaining again late to be just a length behind while four lengths clear of the rest in this 10-horse field for $50k maiden 2-year-old fillies. No riddle next out, we will be all over this filly.

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