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Saber’s Del Mar analysis for Friday

Race 1 

$16K claimers travel a flat mile. No. 4 Secret Touch is a two-time winner here and won at this level and distance here last November. No. 8 Blame it On Kitty gets jockey Flavien Prat riding for trainer Doug O’Neill first off the claim. He will find a fast early pace to make his late run. 8**-4 

Race 2 

$40K optional fillies and mares go five furlongs on the turf. Trainer Peter Miller is a master with runners sprinting on the grass and he sends out No. 1 Seaside Dancer. No. 2 Aqua Seaform Shame was last seen breaking her maiden here on this five-furlong grass course. No. 3 Rakassah looks set off a big last work. 1-2-3 

Race 3 

Maidens go 6 1/2 furlongs. No. 2 Garth was a disappointment for trainer Bob Baffert as a 2-year-old last year as was his stablemate No. 3 Midnight Mystery. Both will look to do better as 3-year-olds. No. 4 Charlito just ran second behind the highly regarded Cezanne. 2-3-4 

Race 4 

California bred maidens travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 7 Tropical Terror missed by a neck at this level and distance last out. No. 2 Table for Ten finished right behind Tropical Terror in that race and could surprise. 7-2 

Race 5 

$50K starter allowance runners travel a flat mile. No. 7 Zorich looks to have found a good soft spot to get a win. No. 3 Mongolian Hero was favored over Zorich in that last race. 7-3 

Race 6 

California bred 2-year-old maiden fillies go five furlongs. No. 1 Taming the Tigress owns a big last work and gets jockey Flavien Prat riding for her debut race. No. 6 Big Andy won last out but had her number taken down and now looks for payback. 1-6 

Race 7 

$62,500 optional fillies and mares travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 3 Tonahutu gets a big confident class hike off the big win and first off the Doug O’Neill claim. No. 5 Maxim Rate lost by a head last out in her first start off the layoff at this level and distance. 5-3 

Race 8 

$40K optional claimers go seven furlongs. No. 3 Silken Prince gets off the grass and worked big here at Del Mar on July 3. No. 2 Dreams of Valor comes off a good second and fits here. 3**-2 

Race 9 

The $100K Oceanside for 3-year-olds going a mile on the grass. No. 2 El Tigre Terrible looks to be sitting on a big effort today as he goes long for the first time. No. 5 Kanderel comes off a nice win at Golden Gate in the $75K Alcatraz at this mile turf distance. No. 6 K P All Systems Go is in top form and the one to beat. No. 11 Heywoods Beach finished right behind K P All Systems Go last out. 6**-11-2-5 

Race 10 

$20K claimers go 6 1/2 furlongs. No. 3 Unbridled’s Skye drops in class and gets off the grass. He will get a fast early pace to make his late run. No. 4 Artie B Good also drops in class and gets off the grass and will be making a big late run. 4-3 

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