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Race 1

$40k optional 3yo fillies travel a mile on the grass. No. 1 Establish Justice drops into a good spot off a nice 4 furlong last work. No. 3 Going to Vegas is perfectly spotted off the big maiden win. We like the hookup of Abel Cedillo for Peter Miller. 1-3

Race 2

$25k starter allowance runners travel 1-1/4 on the main. No. 4 Swamp Souffle is on a win every other race pattern and this is his win race first off the Steve Knapp claim and the move to the dirt. No. 6 French Getaway will sit back behind a field loaded with early speed and make one late run. 4-6



1ST 1-3

2nd 4-6

Race 3

$25k claimers go six furlongs. No. 3 Factorial is in good form and gets a new jock today. No. 5 Camby ran good at this level three races back and owns a big last work. No. 6 Castle Gate comes off the layoff for Jeff Mullins and has some big works leading up to this race. 3-5-6

Race 4

$40k optional claimers go 6-1/2 furlongs. No. 3 Galilean was last seen running in the Grade 1 Arkansas Derby last year, if he is ready its crush time. No. 5 Rogallo is the stablemate of Galiliean and also comes off the layoff for John Sadler. No. 7 Dessman was last seen running at Oaklawn Park last March, he ran second in the Grade 2 San Vincente here last year. 3-5-7

Race 5

Maiden 3yo fillies travel a mile on the grass and we get a full field of eleven fillies, before scratches, going a flat mile on the grass. No. 7 Predictable Tully was on the front end in her first try here going a mile on the grass and in her last race she sat off the pace and ran an even race, she will be on or near the lead again today and my find the pace to her liking. No. 6 Resarcio gets her second start, she ran a better than looked race first out and we think she could be a big price today and can only move forward.




Race 6

Calif. bred maidens go six furlongs. No. 6 Fellow Citizen looks like a short price winner today. He gets off the grass and will show all of his speed with the blinkers going on and Abel Cedillo up for Peter Miller, all systems are a go. Trainer Mike Puype sends out the fast working first time starter No. 4 Luck Is Golden as he looks for the upset. 6-4

Race 7


No. 2 Last Opportunity gets his second start in the states, he looks to turn the tables on No. 6 Smooth Like Strait. No. 9 Hariboux just missed last out at 34-1 in the Eddie Logan. 2-6-9

Race 8

$40k optional fillies and mares travel a mile on the dirt. No. 3 Nobel Contessa looks the speed of the speed. No. 6 Mongolian Humor will be flying late and will get there if we get a pace battle up front. 


Race 9

$62,500 optional claimers travel 1-1/8 on the grass. There is a lot of early speed in this race depending on any late scratches. No. 3 Moody Jim is a closer and comes off the layoff for Mullins, he won in his only start on this course. No. 8 Originaire is a deep closer and the stablemate of Moody Jim. He has finished second in his last two starts but will find this pace perfect for his late running style. 8**-3


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