Saber’s Del Mar Picks

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Saber’s Del Mar analysis for Friday

Race 1 

$32K fillies and mares travel 1 1/16 miles on the grass. No. 7 Quinnie exits a 1 3/8 miles turf race. This is a much better distance for her and jockey Flavien Prat riding today. No. 5 Hurley is in top form and fits here. 7-5 

Race 2 

$40K 3-year-olds go 6 1/2 furlongs. No. 3 Natural History is in from Churchill Downs and gets his first start off the Bob Hess Jr. claim and looks spotted for action. No. 7 Drippin Sauce is in good form and his last work says he is on go! 7-3 

Race 3 

$100K optional claimers go 1 1/16 miles on the grass. No. 2 Murad Khan exits a good try in the Wickerr. No. 3 Big Score finished right behind Murad in the Wickerr. No. 5 Jasikan also exits the race and is the price play. 2-3-5 

Race 4 

California bred $50K maiden fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 2 Jan Jan Can gets her second start off the layoff and will go good in this spot. No. 8 Little Miss Ellie is the one to beat off her two near misses. No. 9 Ole Silver exits the same last race as Little Miss Ellie and gets jockey Flavien Prat riding today. No. 10 Magnolia’s Hope was a good second at this level one race back. 8**-2-9-10 

Race 5 

California bred 2-year-old maidens go travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 6 Big Fish stretches out in this his third start and is bred to route on the turf. No. 9 Big Talker gets his second start and second at this mile turf distance. 6-9 

Race 6 

$8K claimers go six furlongs. No. 11 Fire When Ready drops into a live spot second off the layoff and turnback to a sprint. No. 2 Black Storm won a $10K race one back. 11-2 

Race 7 

$20K maidens travel a flat mile. No. 3 Hudson River Park gets his second start off the layoff and first start off the Doug O’Neill claim. No. 9 World Affairs also gets his second start off the layoff and owns a good last work. 3-9 

Race 8 

$20K optional fillies and mares go five furlongs on the turf. No. 4 Leggs Galore just broke her maiden here on August 7 at this distance on the grass. No. 11 Liberalism is a player here if she takes to the course. 4-11 

Race 9 

The $100K Grade 3 Ranco Bernardo at 6 1/2 furlongs. No. 1 Gingham won the 6 1/2 furlong Angel Flight at Santa Anita. No. 5 Sneaking Out has run well here in the past and looks set for a big effort. No. 8 Unique Factor was over his head last out in the Grade 1 Madison at Keeneland back in July. 1-5-8 

Race 10 

California bred maiden fillies and mares travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 1 Rockie Causeway comes off a good second at this level and distance and looks the one to beat. No. 6 Rose’s Crystal gets her second start off the layoff and exits the same race as Rockie Causeway. She is the price play. 1-6 

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