$50k 3yo fillies go down the hill. No. 4 An Eddie Surprise is proven on this course with a win and two second from her three runs down the hill. No. 5 Neon Gypsy exits the same race as Eddie and gets Kent D in this her 3rd start off the layoff, she will go great today. No. 8 Mraseel drops and will be making a late run. 4-5-8
$20k maidens go six furlongs. No. 2 Lucky Sun takes the big class drop and gets the bug boy Ceballos as trainer Miyadi goes all out for the maiden breaker. No. 3 Captain N. Barron showed improved early speed when dropped to this level last out and Talamo will be gunning from the bell. No. 7 Chiksika comes off the layoff and also takes a big drop in class. 2***-3*-7
$20k maidens go six furlongs. No. 1 Fender Bender looks like a very live Turf Paradise shipper with Franco Geovanni on for Molly Pearson. No. 8 Bless His Heart takes his first start for Palma, this 3yo is not a proven loser like most of these and could pop at a nice price. 1-8
THE $100K GRADE III SANTA BARBARA AT 1-1/2 ON THE GRASS
No. 1 Lucy De gets Kent D back on and this mare is in top form and on a win every other race pattern and this is her win race. No. 6 Plein Air went wire-to-wire at this distance in her first start in the country for Baffert. 1**-6
THE $200K GRADE II CALIFORNIAN AT 1-1/8 ON THE DIRT
No. 4 Dr. Dorr has gotten very good and is the one to beat, we will take our shot and single in the pick five. No. 4***
Optional $40k runners go 1-1/4 on the grass. No. 1 Oscar Dominguez gets Kent back on and he was a good 3rd at this distance one race back when Kent rode him. No. 6 Hootie went wire-to-wire at this distance last out when Mike Smith rode him, he stays on today. 1-6
$12,500 claimers 4yo and up go a mile on the main. No. 1 Liberty Jack is wheeled back in just 7 days off a narrow loss going six furlongs, he may try and take them wire-to-wire from the cozy rail. No. 3 Pappou takes the big class drop, he could wake up. No. 4 Dad’s a Gambler exits the same race as Jack and is a must use. 1-4-3
Maiden’s go down the hill. No. 3 Captain Buzzkill was well thought of last year as they tossed him in the Del Mar Juvenile turf vs. the likes of My Boy Jack, he makes his 3yo debut off a bullet last work. No. 7 Fire Rooster is a first time starter by the good turf sire English Channel, he could be live. No. 8 RUMPUS CAT is the one to beat off his near miss on this course last out and we like Nakatani on today. No. 9 Englander is the stablemate of Fire Rooster and is also by English Channel and will love this course, he gets his second start. 3-7-8-9
Cal bred maiden fillies and mares go 5-1/2 furlongs. No. 5 Miss Ricochet has run three times and finished second in all three, her last work was a doozy. No. 7 Loving Lynda exits our HTW list off a big second first out of the box. 7*-5
$12,500 fillies and mares go 5-1/2 furlongs. No. 1 Reckless Charm has finished second in her last two starts both at this level, No. 6 Duranga gets off the grass, takes dip in class and owns a big last work. No. 7 Estherfourfourteen drops a notch and is a good fit with these. 1-6-7
$20k claimers 4yo and up go down the hill, trainer Jacobson has been getting hot and he drops No. 9 Skelton Pass to his lowest level looking for the win, after him this one is wide open to say the least.
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