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SANTA ANITA

Race 1

$50k maiden claimers travel a mile on the grass. No. 1 Aussie Fox has had thirteen chances but usually gets a piece. Jockey Agapito Delgadillio got to know him last out when finishing a close second, he will get a perfect rail trip. No. 2 Boru is the speed and the speed has been holding on this turf course. No. 7 Time Is Now drops in from straight maiden races and will wake up in this spot. 1-2-7

Race 2

We get only five $15k fillies and mares going 6-1/2 furlongs. We will take a shot and single No. 2 Red Stitch who just missed at this level in her last start, her first at this level, she will love the extra furlong today.

2**

KEY PLAY

DOUBLE

1ST 1-2-7

2ND 2

Race 3

We get just another five horse field. This time $25k starter allowance runners going 1-1/8 on the grass. No. 1 Tough It Out get the good turf rider Brice Blanc back on for John Sadler. No. 5 Twentytwentyvision drops in class and gets his second start off the Mike Puype claim, he hits at around .30% second off the claim.

1-5

Race 4

We will need to go four deep in this maiden race for 3yo going six furlongs. We will use No. 2 Tilted Towers who owns a big work for his first start; No. 3 Mike Operator who is out of the dam One Pacific Tower who has dropped 6 winners from 6 starters; No. 6 El Vasco with the hot rider combo of Flavien Prat and Richard Mandella and No. 7 Oakland Mills a first time starter out of the dam Natural Glow who has dropped 5 winners from 5 starters. 2-3-6-7

Race 5

No. 1 Rinse and Repeat has been one unlucky horse. He could have won his last two starts but trouble cost him in both. Maybe he’ll have a clean trip today. No. 8 Foster Boi exits the same last race as Rinse and Repeat, he just missed by a neck. 8**-1

WIN AND PLACE 8 AND AN EXACTA BOX 1-8

DOUBLE

4TH 2-3-6-7

5TH 1-8

Race 6

Maiden 3yo travel six furlongs. No. 1 Morning Snow is a $300k Bob Baffert runner out of the dam Latitude Forty who has dropped 4 winners from 4 starters. Joe Talamo rides and he has been a hot rider for Baffert. No. 3 Music to My Ears gets his second start off the layoff and will be a tough runner in here. No. 6 Dinesen comes off the layoff for Philip D’Amato, this colt was last seen running against Omaha Beach at Del Mar last November. 1-3-6

Race 7

THE $150K GRADE III HONEYMOON AT 1-1/8 ON THE GRASS FOR 3YO FILLIES

No. 1 Lady Prancealot just missed in her last two starts, both Grade III races. No. 6 Maxim Rate has done little wrong in her three races with two wins and a second by a nose. Her last win was in the Grade III Senorita when beating Lady Prancealot by a half length. No. 8 Hostess also exits the Senorita, she was a close 4th and now gets Drayden Van Dyke back in the irons, the one time he rode this filly she beat both Lady Prancealot and Maxim Rate. 1-6-8

KEY PLAY

EXACTA BOX 1-6-8

Race 8 

We get only five ladies in the Grade II Santa Maria, so sad. No. 2 Paradise Woods has gotten in mojo back and will be odds on. No. 4 Tapped is the price play. 2-4

Race 9

$75k maiden fillies and mares travel five furlong on the grass. No. 1 Stop Analyzing drops in from a straight maiden race for Peter Miller who is very good with grass sprinters. No. 5 Apples Arch ran good in a five furlong turf sprint at Del Mar last November. No. 10 Pricing gets her second start off a troubled first trip, bet her to cash. 10**-1-5

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