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Race 1

$8k maidens go 5-1/2 furlongs. No. 2 Billtown Banner has been close at this level in his last two starts as has No. 3 Dare to Believe. 2-3

Race 2

$6,250 claimers go six furlongs. No. 3 Ivorian is perfectly spotted off the maiden win, he has been super consistent here at Golden Gate sprinting on the synthetic surface with a win and three seconds. No. 4 Red Star comes off a good try at this level last out and he beat Ivorian one race back. No. 6 Baby Frankie just missed at this level the one time he ran for this price tag, he drops back down and looks like he is a factor. 3-4-6

Race 3

$6,250 3yo travel a flat mile. We get just five runners in this mile race. No. 2 Praise Loudly takes a big class drop and take the blinker off, we like this move. No. 5 Dirt Road Red drops and has hit the board in all five of his starts on this mile course. 2-5

Race 4

$12,500 claimers go six furlongs. No. 1 Diction and No. 4 Grand Air will go at it from the bell and that should play well for No. 2 Maxinamillion off the layoff and a big last work. He loves this track and will be flying late, he is our play. 2***-1-4



Race 5

$20k fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 2 Spanish Magic has good early speed, comes off a nice win and looks to have a pace advantage over these and owns a good last work since the win. Kent Desormeaux gets on No. 6 Queen Helene on the drop, she will be late on the scene and if there is a speed duel she can run them all down. 2**-6

Race 6

$3,200 claimers travel a flat mile. No. 1 My Man Drymond drops off the win but has a big last work, No. 3 Turnaround also drops and will need to sit off the hot pace as he did two races back when he won. 


Race 7

$6,250 fillies and mares go six furlongs, we get a field of seven fillies and mares in the last race at Golden Gate today. No. 2 Propeppy is a 7yo mare who has run first  or second in her last six starts, winning three of those six starts. No. 4 Happy Issue drops in this her second start off the claim, she is a payer. 2-4


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