Saber’s Santa Anita analysis for Sunday

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Saber’s Santa Anita analysis for Sunday

Race 1 

California-bred maiden fillies and mares go six furlongs on the turf. No. 3 Bella D is on the improve and finds a soft group on the turn back in distance. No. 8 Summer Rose had her race so beware. No. 10 Rockie Causeway has been close in her mile grass races and the move to a grass sprint could be the answer. 3-8-10 

Race 2 

$10K fillies and mares travel 1 1/16 miles. No. 2 Lulumaru just missed by a nose here on the 1st when traveling a flat mile.  No. 3 Destiny’s Journey is the speed and she just did hold off Lulumaru last out. 2***-3 

Race 3 

$50K optional claimers go six furlongs on the turf. No. 1 Rager drops in class and jockey Flavien Prat jumps on today. No. 2 Bench Judge ran second last out at Del Mar going a flat mile on the grass. No. 7 Best Chance will look to sit and pounce down the lane. 1-2-7 

Race 4 

$40K maiden 3-year-olds travel a flat mile. No. 4 Kennebec drops from straight maiden races into this wakeup spot. No. 8 Short Rib had a big last work for this and gets in with light weight. 4-8 

Race 5 

California-bred maiden 3-year-old fillies go six furlongs on the grass. No. 2 Big Clare is a first-time starter with big time grass breeding as does first-time starter No. 6 Big Beauty. No. 9 Delta Wind had a big last work for this race here on the 9th. 2-6-9 

Race 6 

$50K optional 3-year-olds go 6 1/2 furlongs. No. 2 Uncle Boogie drops back into a more reasonable spot. No. 7 Hung Jury is in from Woodbine where he won first out. He lands in the barn of Phil D’Amato and gets jockey Flavien Prat riding. 7-2 

Race 7 

$100K Grade 3 Astra traveling 1 1/2 miles on the grass for fillies and mares. No. 5 Hermaphrodite ran good at this distance in France and will try and turn the tables on No. 1 Avenue de France who beat her last out. No. 8 Quick looks the one to beat off her good effort in the Red Carpet at Del Mar. No. 9 Ms Peintour exits the same last race as Quick and she won this race last year. 8-9-5-1 

Race 8 

Allowance fillies and mares travel a flat mile. No. 4 This Tea looks to break her maiden in this spot against winners and we think she can. No. 5 As Time Goes By stretches out off a big win and had back-to-back works that say she is on go! 5**-4 

Race 9 

$50K maidens travel a flat mile on the grass. We will take our shot here and single No. 3 Commanding Chief who drops looking for the win. 3*** 

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