No. 1 Midnight Bandit comes off the layoff for trainer Jack Carava and he will like this six furlong distance, No. 5 Will Dancer drops for trainer Eddie Truman who looks to get off his 0 for 17 mark. No. 7 Vermeer looks the speed. 5-1-7
There is a lot of early speed in this mile turf race so we will go with No. 6 Breezy Bee who is perfectly spotted off the maiden win. 6**
WIN AND PLACE 6
2yo maidens go 4-1/2 furlongs No. 1 Bam Bam Again cost $75k and gets Geovanni Franco for his first start, he will be a good price. No. 3 Fast Enough owns a huge work here on May 18th when best of 83 workers that day going four furlongs. No. 8 Coastline Sermon and No. 5 Include the Tax also look live at first asking.
No. 4 Dallas Skyline gets his second start off the long layoff and a nice second last out. No. 5 Concur looks the speed. No. 6 Rumpus Cat is the colt to beat in this mile turf race. 6**-4-5
No. 1 Kaydetre is beds down in the one horse barn of trainer David Randall. This mare owns a win and a second from two races at the meet. No. 2 Battleground State exits a productive race and gets Flavien Prat.
No. 1 Acclimate exits our HTW list as does No. 2 Georgie Hyphen, both come off troubled last starts. No. 3 Holy Ghost exits the same last race as Acclimate, we will make a three horse exacta box.
EXACTA BOX 1-2-3
No. 1 Nap Lajoie gets blinkers on in this wakeup spot. No. 2 Fire When Ready just missed last out and now gets Rafael Bejarano riding for Robert Hess. 1-2
$30k claimers travel five furlongs on the grass in the last leg of the late pick five and pick four. No. 8 An Ocala Ten was last seen back in 2017 running in the Grade I Best Pal. No. 9 Kris’ Wild Kat owns a win sprinting down the hill, so he is a proven sprinter on the grass. 8-9
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