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Race 1

Straight maidens going a flat mile on the grass, No. 3 Rahbadabadou is a first time starter for trainer Neil Drysdale whose Dam has dropped two winners from three starters and both were turf winners, No. 7 Fashion Trend looks best of the ones that have run. 3-7

Race 2

No. 4 Shine’n Time draws jockey Bejarano who is in a dog fight with Joel Rosario for the riding championship, No. 7 Missoula and No. 8 Pretty Kinzie round out the opposition.


Race 3

We will stick with the Bejarano/Rosario scenario as they both are sitting on live animals, Bejarano rides No. 2 Scratchthemoon and Rosario is aboard No. 6 Ida Of March and both horses are coming off nice wins. 2-6

Race 4

No. 3 Rock Solid Charm could be set for his best; No. 4 Diplo will try and give trainer Doug O’Neill his first win off his suspension. 3-4

Key Play

$1 pick four

1st 3-7

2nd 4-7-8

3rd 2-6

4th 3-4 for $24

Race 5

No. 3 Alley Hondro gets his second start off the layoff and second start off the Ron Ellis claim and he also will run with statebreds for the first time, No. 4 Big Burly Boy gets a major jockey upgrade. 3-4

Race 6

No. 7 Luv Dragon has hit the board just one time in his five race career and that was his maiden breaker here at Hollywood at this distance, he gets off the grass and takes a drop in class. 7

Race 7

2yo going five furlongs, the first thing we do is look for the red hot Baffert and there he is sending out No. 9 Smash whose Dam has dropped six winners from six starters including one stakes winner, No. 6 Devour was bet like a good thing in his first start going off at even money. 6-9

Key Play

$2 exacta box 6-9 for $4

Race 8

No. 1 The Bat Signal just did miss in his first two comeback races and now looks set for the win, No. 6 Scofield Barracks exits our HTW list and looks to be the main danger. 1-6

Race 9

In the Grade 3 Sunset going a 1½ on the grass we will go with No. 3 Dynamic Range who trainer Mike Mitchell claimed for 40k pointing for this race and he exits our HTW list. 3

Key Play

$10 win and place 3 for $20

Race 10

If jockey Joel Rosario needs a win in the last race he could get it aboard No. 7 Make It Mine, No. 11 Lady Derby is the only first time starter in the race, if he pops the tote will blow up, No. 14 Joint Adventure looks right there. 7-11-14

Key play

$1 pick four

7th 6-9

8th 1-6

9th 3

10th 7-11-14 for $12




Race 3

There is speed, speed and more speed; in here the best of the speed is No. 2 There Goes Kevin and No. 3 Willycan, No. 5 Emeralds Boy could sit and pounce. 2-3-5

Race 4

No. 1 Jumpin Janet gets back sprinting and she has never been off the board at this distance and has won here on this dirt, No. 4 Dream Spotter will be the one to catch. 1-4

Race 5

No. 10 Twins Pression ran his best race on the Pleasanton dirt; he could pop at a huge price. 10

Key Play

$6 win and place 10 for $12

Race 6

No. 4 Check Out The Cat just did miss last time out on the Stockton dirt and now gets a big rider switch. No. 8 Clare’s Top Choice looks like the main danger on the drop. 4-8

Race 7

No. 2 F J’s Appeal was at one time a win machine but this 8yo gelding has lost his punch but could wake up in this spot, No. 6 Made The Finals has big speed and a win on the course, No. 10 Little Duanie has done his best running on the dirt. 2-6-10

Race 8

No. 3 Capalatte drops and gets off the grass, this 3yo filly should love the dirt, No. 4 Fancy Reader looks perfectly spotted off the maiden breaker. 3-4

Race 9

No. 2 Chief Inspector looks spotted for action by trainer Morey off the layoff, No. 6 Saxman won by nine on the Pleasanton dirt at .60 cents on the dollar. 2-6

Key Play

$1 Pick four

6th 4-8

7th 2-6-10

8th 3-4

9th 2-6 for $24




Hollywood Park
Race 1 we ran second
Race 2 we lost
Race 3 we ran second and third
Race 4 we lost
Race 5 we ran one two
Race 6 our single won and paid $8.
Race 7 we had the winner
Race 8 we ran one two
Race 9 we lost
Race 10 we had the winner

Sacramento Fair
Race 3 we had the winner
Race 4 we had the winner
Race 5 our long shot play was a close 4th at 34/1
Race 6 we had the winner
Race 7 we had the winner
Race 8 we ran second
Race 9 we lost



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