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Saber’s Los Alamitos analysis for Sunday

Race 1 

$20K maidens go six furlongs. The jockeys and trainers in this race have been blanked so far at this meet and look to get a needed winner. No. 6 U S Danger looks much the best vs. this lowly group. He is a lightly raced 3-year-old who just did miss here on June 28th. 6*** 

Race 2 

$6,250 fillies and mares go 5 1/2 furlongs. No. 5 We Will Re Joyce has won five of her six races here. No. 6 C C the Bartender looks live off the layoff in this soft spot. 5-6 

Race 3 

$20K maidens travel a flat mile. No. 4 T Bones Trick is in from Golden Gate and drops from straight maiden races and we love jockey Juan Hernandez riding for trainer Andy Mathis. We will single in the picks. 4 *** 

Race 4 

$30K maiden 3-year-old fillies go 5 1/2 furlongs. No. 3 Canadian Ginger gets her second start off the layoff and second start at the meet. No. 7 Ballet de Cour drops in class and gets off the grass. 7**-3 

Race 5 

$8K claimers go 5 1/2 furlongs. No. 3 Shake N Fries will show all of his early speed with the double drop in class. No. 6 Irish Ballad will be picking up the pieces down the lane. No. 1 War Watch won here on June 28th. 6-1-3 

Race 6 

$25K starter allowance fillies and mares go 5 1/2 furlongs. No. 1 Busy Paynter comes off a good second at Santa Anita on May 29 and owns a big last work. No. 3 Come On Kat exits the same race as Busy Paynter when she beat her that day. No. 5 Seaside Dancer gets jockey Flavien Prat riding for trainer Peter Miller and moves from the turf to dirt. 5**-1-3 

Race 7 

California bred maiden fillies and mares go 5 1/2 furlongs. No. 2 Eddie’s Sister looks very live off the layoff. No. 3 Althea Gibson is a first-time starter and the stablemate of Eddie’s Sister. 2-3 

Race 8 

$8K fillies and mares go five furlongs. No. 5 Real Good Deal drops into a real soft spot as does No. 8 Violent Speed, who exits the same last race. No. 10 Kirsch Truffle went wire-to-wire here on June 26 when breaking her maiden. 5-8-10 

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