Horses to Watch at Santa Anita

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SANTA ANITA

MISS BIGLY: Maiden filly was last seen finishing a good fourth here last October. She took some action in this mile turf race but got fanned out into the first turn losing position, moved up at the top of the lane and made a little run finishing third. With this race under her belt she will be set for her best next out going long on the grass.

GRAND MEISTER: Was last seen running a good fourth at Del Mar last September. He came back in this mile maiden race and was let go at 43-1 in the wagering. He had some good works coming into this race and ran to them as he battled for the front end and held for the place money paying a juicy $37.40. We won’t get 43-1 next time but he will be a good play.

GEORGIE HYPHEN: Was just pulling his jockey out of the irons wanting to be let loose. He pulled down on the rail and found no room and was in tight and checked hard when crowded. Once out, he never got going again and had to settle for fourth place. Look for better next out.

REDLEY: Will be good single next out. This first-time starter ran his eyeballs out to finish second in a $50k maiden claimer, just missing the win by a dwindling nostril. He was closing fast down the lane, almost seven lengths clear of the rest. A little longer would be his game.

JETOVATOR: Really did not have a good trip in this mile turf race as he broke slow and was pulling jockey Rafael Bejarano hard as he took a snug hold. He had him on the inside, then took him outside looking for a place to run. He was bumped hard on the first turn and after that it seemed like he lost interest. We think he is a much better runner than this fifth-place finish and will give him another shot.

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