Horses to Watch at Los Alamitos

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LOS ALAMITOS TB

COLONEL POWER: Maiden filly would have won on most any other day here at Los Al but had the misfortune of hooking the odds on dropper Appolina who nailed her on the money. Colonel Power was eight lengths clear of the rest in this $20k maiden claimer and will be one tough filly to beat next out at this level.

BIG IMPRESSION: Really like this one’s chances in this $12,500 claimer going a flat mile. He came three-wide on the turn and went inside to make his run but had to settle for second at 17-1. No 17-1 next time out but he will be a must use in the ­exotics.

ROYAL SEEKER: This is a horse we liked on our daily selections on the GT website. He rewarded us with a nice win paying $16.20 in this $8k starter allowance race. He is in good form and can stand a small raise in class next out.

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CARPE NOCTEM: ran big in this $30k maiden claimer for 2-year-olds. He looks to be on the improve and should pop next out for team Desormeaux at this $30k or $20k level. He owns big early speed and will be very hard to run down next time out.

BILLY’SGOTASINGLE: Was one for three runners on the line in this $50k maiden claimer for 2-year-old fillies. She sat off the pace and made a nice late run surging to just miss by three-quarters of a length while flying past the top two after the wire. We would love to see this filly going six furlongs next out. If so, we will be heading to the windows.

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