The Conductor gave you four horses at Gulfstream Sunday and three of them scratched ┬áThe Ductor does take kindly to wasted racing days, especially on the weekends. He’s already preparing for this week. Not a harder worker on the rails. Skip.

Race 5: 1 1/16 Mile. (Turf) Clm 50000n2L

#9 Bailador (8/1) – This 1st time gelding is working well off the bench for a 21% barn off layoffs. He also switches back to turf where he’s only tried once prior. His breeding screams that he wants to mow and he gets a rider upgrade to Gaffalione today. He looks to get a favorable trip up close or setting a slow pace.

 Race 7: 6 Furlongs. F.S.OC 20000n1x

#3 Shes All Woman (4/1) – This mare made a strong wide move on the turn vs open company at Gulfstream last time. Now 2nd off the layoff, dropping in class and shortening a furlong, she should beat this field.

#5 Brittiz (10/1) – She’s the longshot that interests the Ductor. She’s been close to the pace routing on turf and synthetic for 6 starts and they finally cut her back to a dirt sprint. Brittiz began her career with a 2nd and a win sprinting on the dirt. She’ll be finishing strong late and can inject value into this race.

Race 8: 1 1/16 Mile. (Turf) OClm 35000

*Gullet Shot of the Day #1 Shankar (4/1) – This gelding was impressive breaking his maiden in his first start on turf last time. He was bumped repeatedly going into the first turn and then traveled 3-wide and uncovered the entire way. You don’t see many horses win on turf with that type of trip. He gets a nice rail draw today and the Ductor will lean on him in a race that looks wide open on paper.


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