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Saber’s Santa Anita analysis for Sunday

Race 1

California-bred allowance runners travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 7 Carmelita’s Man has really upped his game and is looking for his third straight win routing on the grass. No. 4 Clayton Delaney is the speed. No. 9 Tropical Terror exits the same last race as Clayton Delaney. 7-4-9

Race 2

$50K optional maiden fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 2 Pharaoh’s Heart had a big last work for this her debut as did No. 4 Bye Bye Miss Pie. 2-4

Race 3

$50K claimers travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 6 Shadow Sphinx is a win machine winning five of his last seven races. No. 7 Vegas Kitten is on a win every other race pattern and this is his win race. No. 2 Maestro Dearte exits the same last race as Shadow Sphinx. 6-7-2

Race 4

$10K claimers go six furlongs. No. 2 Shane Zain gets jockey Joel Rosario riding as trainer Richard Baltas drops looking for the win. No. 12 Flip the Coin Jan also drops and gets a big jockey upgrade to Flavien Prat. 2**-12

Race 5

$35K fillies and mares travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 1 Lucky Peridot drops into a live spot. No. 2 Jen’s Battle is in from New York and her last win came when jockey Joel Rosario was riding and he is on her today. No. 7 A G Indy looks the controlling speed. 1-2-7

Race 6

Maiden 3-year-olds travel 1 1/16 miles. Trainer Bob Baffert sends out a three-horse uncoupled entry of No. 2 Du Jour who was a solid second first out going a mile on the grass and looks the one to beat. His other two runners are No. 5 Roman Centurian who stretches out in this his second start and is bred to go long and No. 8 Editor in Chief who was also second first out. 2**-5-8

Race 7

Maiden fillies and mares travel 1 1/8 miles on the grass. No. 5 Shes’a Perfectlady is a lightly raced filly who just may take to this distance. No. 6 England’s Rose was sent off as the favorite last out against Shes’a Perfectlady. No. 8 Wind and Hope will get first jump. 5-6-8

Race 8

The $200K Grade 2 Santa Ynez for 3-year-old fillies going seven furlongs. No. 6 Frosteria has finished second in three straight and now jockey Mike Smith will try to get her home on top. No. 5 Varda just won the Grade 1 Starlet when finishing in front of No. 7 Kalypso as these three make up a super tough three horse uncoupled entry for trainer Bob Baffert. 5**-6-7

Race 9

Allowance fillies and mares go 6 1/2 furlongs on the grass. No. 7 Althea Gibson looks the speed and has been doing great sprinting on the grass. No. 11 Dolce will love getting back to a grass sprint. No. 12 Miss Lucy is the price play off the layoff. 7-11-12

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