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Gulfstream Rainbow Pick 6 

Race 7 

Maiden fillies and mares travel a flat mile. No. 2 Token has been well-bet in all three of her starts. She gets back to a flat mile after traveling 1 1/16 last out and finished second in both of her routes. Tyler Gaffalione gets aboard for trainer Bill Mott off a bullet last work on the 28th of April. Irad Ortiz Jr. gets on No.6 Guazza on the stretch out, she also owns a bullet work. 2-6 

Race 8 

$12,500 fillies and mares  non winners of two lifetime traveling 1 1/16 miles. No. 5 Henny’s Treasure drops a notch and gets Paco Lopez in the saddle. She was good third here back in March. No. 6 Moon Eyes stretches out and gets Irad Ortiz Jr. Look for the send. No. 4 Cassidy’s Smile also drops a notch and is the stablemate of Henny’s Treasure. 5-6-4 

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Race 9 

Allowance 3-year-old fillies go 6 1/2 furlongs. Jockey Tyler Gaffalione and trainer Bill Mott hook up again, this time with No. 1 Vast who was last seen at Aqueduct last November in the $150K Tempted Stakes. No. 2 Sweet Mia has run four times with two wins, a second and a third, Irad will ride. No. 3 Spanish Point won the $75K Home Party here last November. She looks ready to roll off the layoff. 1**-2-3 

Race 10 

$20K non-winners of 3 travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 2 Super Courage is in top form and owns a nice last work. No. 3 Devoted Kitten exits the same race as Super Courage, finishing just a length behind that one. No. 7 Gins and Tins also exits the race finishing a head behind Devoted Kitten. We like Paco riding today. No. 9 Stocktrade was sent off as the 5-2 chalk here last out on April 25 vs. $35K runners. He is back on a quick turnaround and Irad Ortiz Jr. rides for trainer Bill Mott. 2-3-7-9 

Race 11 

Allowance fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 1 Aurelia Garland was last seen winning at .75 on the dollar first out at Belmont Park last May. She could be this good off the layoff. Trainer Saffie Joseph sends out the uncoupled entry of No. 2 Midtown Rose with Tyler Gaffalione riding and No. 5 Moon Stone with Paco Lopez riding. 1-2-5 

Race 12 

$16K claimers travel 1 1/8 miles on the grass. No. 4 Solar Warming owns good early speed in a race with little in it. No. 6 Donji won by a neck vs. $30K runners back in March. He drops but the good thing is that Luis Saez sticks. No. 10 Bourbon in May drops in class for trainer Todd Pletcher and gets Irad Ortiz Jr. He is the one to beat. 10**-4-6 

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