Saber’s Santa Anita analysis for Sunday

Saber’s Santa Anita analysis for Sunday

Race 1 

Maiden 3-year-old fillies travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 3 Golden was a good third first out at this mile grass distance and can only move forward off of that effort. No. 6 Ivy League is the stablemate of Golden and the blinkers come off today. 6**-3 

Race 2 

Allowance fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 5 Hotitude had a good last work for this race on the 4th. No. 3 Adorably gets jockey Flavien Prat back and moves back to dirt. 5-3 

Race 3 

Maiden 3-year-old fillies go six furlongs. No. 2 Lady Mystify just missed first out at Los Alamitos TB and now gets Prat in the irons off a big last work for this race. No. 3 Honor America exits the same last race as Lady Mystify and also had a real nice last work. No. 5 Class Reunion is a first-time starter out of the Dam Keep the Peace who has dropped 3 winners from 3 starters and we love those back-to-back five furlong works. 5***-2-3 

Race 4 

$20K maidens go seven furlongs. No. 6 N. K. Rocket Man gets off the grass and drops to the bottom. No. 7 Full Draw missed by a nose here back in October at this level. No. 1 Seiche has not lived up to expectations and makes his second try at this level as the connections look to dump him. 6-7-1 

Race 5 

$62,500 optional fillies and mares go 6 1/2 furlongs on the grass. No. 2 Aqua Seaform Shame has been meeting much stronger. No. 9 An Eddie Surprise is a five-time winner on the Santa Anita grass and now gets her first start off the Peter Miller claim. 2-9 

Race 6 

$40K claimers go six furlongs. No. 6 Italiano just missed last out and owns a real nice last work for this race. No. 3 Self Taught will sit back off a fast early pace looking to sit and pounce. 6-3 

Race 7 

$40K fillies and mares travel a flat mile on the grass. No. 2 Columbian Gold is in top form and looks the one to beat from this cozy post. No. 4 Kittyhawk Lass missed by a half-length last out in October at this level and distance. No. 8 Too Much Heaven looks to turn the hat trick and she beat Columbian Gold by a neck last out. 2**-4-8 

Race 8 

The $75 Kallokan Queen at 6 1/2 furlongs for fillies and mares. No. 3 Qahira lost last out at .70 cents on the dollar when finishing a neck in front of No. 1 Amuse. No. 6 Mo See Cal gets back on her preferred surface. 3-1-6 

Race 9 

$100K optional 3-year-old fillies go six furlongs on the grass. No. 4 Magical Thought will like getting back to a sprint. No. 6 Plum Sexy looks set for this grass sprint. No. 8 Nimbostratus exits the same last race as as Magical Thought. No. 11 Miss Dracarys is in from Aqueduct where she won first out going this six-furlong grass distance. 11-4-8-6 

*Denotes Best Bets 

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