Horses to Watch at Santa Anita

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SANTA ANITA

LIL RICARDO: California-bred 2-year-old maiden first time starter was going 5 1/2 furlongs at Los Alamitos TB. He broke slow and dead last. He launched a big rally at the top of the lane and rallied late to just miss the show money by a dwindling neck. This race will have him set next out at Santa Anita going six furlongs or longer. 

MR. LOVEJOY: $25K claimer was going five furlongs in his last start at Los Alamitos TB. He took control in the early stages of race meeting a challenge in deep stretch and grudgingly yielded late while holding second in a very game effort. This one will like sprinting on the grass at Santa Anita. 

DONNA BELLA: 2-year-old filly first-time starter took big action at the wagering windows at Los Alamitos TB.  She showed good early speed but tired and finished up the track. We don’t think she cared for the surface and we will give her a big shot next out at Santa Anita. 

PRINCESS TALE: $20K maiden filly was traveling a flat mile at Los Alamitos TB. She was forced out at the start from her far outside post. She was taken to the inside to save ground and sat there till the top of the lane when swinging out and came home like a freight train to get up for the win. We think she can repeat in a starter allowance race traveling a mile or longer. 

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