Saber’s Santa Anita analysis for Monday

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Saber’s Santa Anita analysis for Monday​

Race 1 

California-bred $50K optional 3-year-old fillies go six furlongs on the grass. No. 5 Big Stretch ran OK at Del Mar routing on the grass and should take to this trip. No. 6 Big Mama Sue will like the move to a grass sprint. 5-6 

Race 2 

$50K optional claimers travel a flat mile. No. 1 Mastering looks set to take on winners off his big maiden win last out at this mile distance. No. 5 Nolo Contesto has finished second in four straight and now jockey Joel Rosario gets his shot. 1-5 

Race 3 

$25K fillies and mares go six furlongs on the grass. No. 10 Capital Heat will look to go wire to wire carrying the light weight. Trainer Peter Miller sends out the uncoupled entry of No. 2 Jumping Jill Flash and No. 1 Invincebella. 10-2-1 

Race 4 

$20K maidens go 6 1/2 furlongs. No. 1 Jungle Roar and No. 2 Hollywood Gift both drop a notch into a very soft field. No. 3 Flying Charlie drops from a straight maiden grass race and the blinkers go on. 1-2-3 

Race 5 

$50K maiden fillies and mares go six furlongs on the grass. No. 4 Predictable Tully ran well both times she was in for a price sprinting on the grass. No. 8 Bristol Bayou gets her second try at this level and now she moves to a sprint. 4-8 

Race 6 

$25K claimers go six furlongs. No. 4 Horse Greedy drops back to the level of his last win and will be our key runner in here. No. 5 Cartellate drops in class and the blinkers go on. No. 7 Octopus just beat a group of $25K claimers here on December 27th. 4*-5-7 

Race 7 

The $100K Grade 3 Megahertz for fillies and mares traveling a flat mile on the grass. No. 4 Mucho Unusual just won a Grade 3 here on Dec. 27. No. 2 Colonial Creed exits the same last race as Mucho Unusual and is the price play. 4-2 

Race 8 

$16K claimers travel a flat mile. No. 2 Tejon gets off the grass and takes a big drop in class. No. 9 Bam Bam Again fits in here with the light weight. 2-9 

Race 9 

$50K maiden 3-year-olds travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 2 El Joy just missed last out at Del Mar at this mile distance. No. 3 Zoffa looks live on the drop in class. No. 4 Labor Union exits the same last race as El Joy. 2-3-4 

*Denotes Best Bets 

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