Wesley Ward’s Sunshine City is sure to be popular on debut, but both his 2-y-os at the meet so far have been beaten at odds-on, and Special Inclusion is taken to upset the applecart once again. From a barn with outstanding numbers in maiden claimers, Gilberto Zerpa’s filly can run down the Ward speedster in the closing stages.
Bimini has faced some stiff tasks since winning at Gulfstream Park West in October and can take advantage of dropping into a claimer for the first time. Mystic Nile may be the one for the forecast, while Janet B Doesit All is another who is entitled to a second look.
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Fuddled ran a super race when beaten just a neck on debut over this course and distance in March and should have plenty of improvement to come. Tyler Gafflione takes over from Joel Rosario in the plate, and this highly-promising filly is taken to get off the mark at just the second attempt.
The maiden that Fast Magic finished third in on debut at Churchill Downs in November has produced numerous subsequent winners and he can add to that tally with success in this maiden claimer. The layoff since then is a slight concern but Kenny McPeek’s colt appears to be working well for this comeback run.
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