A very weak maiden claimer to kick off the card. Tiagos Song has made the frame in hotter company in recent starts. She takes a drop in class tonight and shouldn’t have to improve much to take this pot.
Lane Luzzi will try to set the pace on Patriot. He won’t want to see Seahawk Wave in his wing mirrors as they turn for home. Seahawk Wave is having his second run for the Diadoro stable and is taken to pick up the pace makers in the straight.
Corky regularly makes the frame and it’d be no surprise to see him getting involved a decent odds. Preference is for the class dropping Past Visions who showed enough on debut to win a race like this.
Similar to the last race we have a regularly placed horse in this race in Euroeast. His last two runs were on sloppy ground and he may be seen to better effect on tonight’s expected fast dirt. Euroeast could represent decent each way value at the likely double-figure odds. The Gambler was a decent winner at Fair Grounds last time out and is sure to attract plenty of interest in the market and is the one to beat.
Hushed makes her race course debut & Scott Garrison’s filly won’t have to be a world beater to win this weak looking maiden claimer. The well named Porsumsugaronme will win a race of this sort soon & is rated the main threat.
Quicksilver was running in much better races than this prior to his recent 11 week break. If all is well on his return to action he should have too much ammunition for tonight’s opposition. Smokin B has let his supporters down lately but we rate him as the main threat. Little Avenger is also respected.
Rebel Rumble showed a decent level of form at Sam Houston on March 7th. The gelding takes a drop in trip for his first try at Will Rogers Downs tonight. Champagne on Ice finished behind our selection that day and we rate him as the main danger.
Inclusively lost his maiden tag on his first run for Scott Young on March 15th. This is a slightly tougher race but the extra furlong here should suit as he’s raced over much further in his earlier career. The in form stable also runs Handsome Traveler and he’s rated the main danger.
Shezahotflash ran away with a maiden claimer on debut on a sloppy surface. Representing the in form stable of Scott Young she could represent decent each value on tonight’s different underfoot conditions. Preference though is for Okie Queen who impressed last time out and is taken to follow up in this open-looking contest.
Far out Kailee is capable of better than recent form lines suggest. Fit from a spin here on March 16th Kari Craddock’s eight-year-old gelding is taken to get back to winning ways in a wide open finale. We also wouldn’t be surprised if Smok’n Policy fell into a place at a double-figure price.
*Prices correct at time of publishig but are subject to change.