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Gulfstream Park Horse Racing

NOTE: Paco Lopez off all his mounts today.

Race 1

$25K maiden 3-year-old fillies travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 2 Grimpante split a field of 11 at Tampa Bay first-out going this mile turf distance. He drops and gets Tyler Gaffalione up. No. 6 Couple of Nikkis drops back to the level of her nose loss. 2-6

Race 2

$8K claimers go six furlongs, No. 2 Followhisfootsteps will be tough in his second start off the layoff. No. 9 Luckytobeinamerica takes a double drop in class and exits a productive race. No. 12 London Werewolf hits hard at this level, at 10-1 on the morning line we must use. 2-9-12

Race 3

Florida-bred maidens go six furlongs. No. 1 Bahamian Beat met open company first out, he gets a nice jockey upgrade. No. 3 Victory Town also met open maidens and looks the one to beat off his good third last out. 3-1

Race 4

Maiden fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 4 Saratoga Affair has been working lights out. No. 5 Sixth Street ran second first out last year at Saratoga in what was a very tough field. No. 8 Pilot Episode gets lasix, she was even money in her last race. 4-5-8

Race 5

$16K fillies and mares go five furlongs on the grass. No. 2 Blue Magic gets a big drop in class. All is not well but she can win at this level. No. 5 Speed Star exits the same race and looks O.K. off her last work. 5-2

Race 6

Maiden fillies and mares travel a flat mile. No. 2 Prairie Wings ran second first out and the filly who beat her returned to win next time out. No. 4 Risk Model gets her second start off an even third. No. 5 Primacy is our play, off her huge run last out just missing first out of the box. She exits a productive race and will love this mile trip. 5*** -2-4

Race 7

$8K claimers go six furlongs. No. 3 Combination is looking for his fourth straight win. No. 4 Pango drops off the $16K claim. No. 5 Desert General has been claimed three straight times, lots to like. No.10 Karen’s Cove is our top runner in here. He will sit off a good pace and be running them down late. 10**-5-3-4

Race 8

$32K maiden claimers travel 1 1/16 miles on the grass. No. 2 Sir Chubby will be on or close to the front end and the price will be right. No. 8 Budget Buster drops and will be very tough at this level with Luis Saez up for Michael Maker. No.10 Boss Life ran a solid second last out. 8-10-2

Race 9

State-bred $16K optional fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 2 Merseyside ran big last out vs. $20K fillies and mares and now gets her second start off the layoff. No. 8 She’s All Woman has been close in all four of her races. 2**-8

Race 10

$20K claimers travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 6 Speed Gracer drops looking for the win in this his third off the layoff. No. 7 Brasstown is the stalemate of Speed Gracer. No. 10 Machiavelli is in tip-top form and the drop to this level makes him tough. 6-7-10

Race 11

$62,500 optional fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 7 Naked Avenger comes off the layoff to make her first start as a 3-year-old, she ran big in all three of her races as a two-year-old at Belmont Park. No. 8 Guacamole is very fast and gets Emisael Jaramillo riding today for trainer Todd Pletcher. 7-8

Race 12

3-year-old $20K claimers travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 3 I’m More Ready drops and the blinkers come off, look for better today. No. 10 Blazing Desire exits the same race. He is the speed and gets jockey Luis Saez in the irons and looks the one to beat. 10**-3

* Denotes Best Bet


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