The lock of the day kept us alive, but the Conductor has had enough of these tracks not named Santa Anita. Yes, his lock of the day wins every day, but we want prices! Let’s go Conductor, Let’s Ride.
Race 1: 1 Mile. (Turf) S.Alw 57000n1x
#4 Lil Milo (5/1) – An impressive winner last start, he’s shown versatility winning on dirt and turf in his young career. The stretch out in distance wouldn’t be a problem.
Race 2: 7 Furlongs. MC 25000
#1 Victor’s Show (4/1) – He ran a good 4th at this level off a layoff last start. He’s steadily progressing and Rafa is hot in the irons.
Race 3: 1 Mile. (Turf) F.MC 50000
*Gullet Shot of the Day #4 Super Good (15/1) – She’s dropping to her lowest level off the layoff and showed talent early in her career. At a monster number, the Conductor will key her in the trifecta.
Race 4: 1 Mile. F.OClm 50000
#1 Equal Measure (7/2) – This filly is going two sprints to a route and should get an uncontested lead. She can take them all the way around.
Race 5: 1 1/8 Mile. (Turf) ) OC 40000n2x
#8 Shaky Alibi (4/1) – This is a tough group, but the Conductor liked his last race best. Rosario has been money on the turf in California.
Race 6: 1 Mile. F.OC 62500n2x
*Never a Doubt Ski Trip Lock of the Day #2 Secret Spice (5/2) – She became a different animal last year when she stretched out to a mile. In her last blow-out win she ran a crazy high figure.
Race 7: 1 Mile. Clm 12500n2L
#8 All I Can Say (9/2) – He takes a big drop in class and that may be all it takes in this evenly matched group. Trainer Val Brinkerhoff is 4/12 with a +$1.47 ROI dropping horse 2+ class levels this year.
Race 8: 1 Mile. (Turf) MC 50000
#1 Lil Sydney (8/1) – This colt didn’t do much running in his debut, but he adds blinkers, stretches out for the 1st time, and Prat intriguingly hops aboard.