Ponies

The Conductor’s Sunday Plays at Belmont Park

Race 1: 1 1/16 Mile. (Turf) F.Mdn 62k

#6 Amos (3/1) – She loves this distance.

Race 2: 6½ Furlongs. F.Clm 14000n3L

*Gullet Shot of the Day #2 Evan’s Nice Now (6/1) – This filly is dropping in class and has an early pace edge over this group. Gate to wire.

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Race 3: 1 ¼ Mile. (Turf) OC 62500n2x

#5 Red Right Hand (5/2) – This gelding has been very good in his last two blowout wins. The Conductor will take a swing against Chad Brown.

Race 4: 1 Mile. (Turf) S.OC 40000n2x

#8 Ides of March (15/1) – This gelding ran a strong late pace figure behind a slow pace last time. Making his 4th start of the form cycle, he shortens back to his best distance and can hit the board at a big number.

Race 5: 6½ Furlongs. F.S.MC 50000

#4 Broadway Angel (7/2) – You can’t like anyone with experience in here. This filly will be ready to run.

Race 6: 6 Furlongs. F.Mdn 75k

#4 Good Shabbos (10/1) – This filly has faced tougher fields in her first three starts and has still run well. The Conductor would love anything close to that price.

Race 7: 6 Furlongs. (Turf) G3 Futurity Stakes

#5 Another Miracle (5/2) – This colt caught the Conductor’s eye with his two wins at Saratoga on dirt and turf.

Race 8: 1 ¼ Mile. (Turf) F.G1 Flower Bowl Stakes

#2 Sistercharlie (1/5) – They can’t touch her.

Race 9: 1 Mile. F.G1 Frizette Stakes

#1 Quality Response (7/2) – When Baffert ships east, you best pay attention.

Race 10: 7 Furlongs. (Turf) S.MC 40000

#3 Disciplanarian (12/1) – This gelding has turf in his pedigree and can take a step forward on the lawn. The Conductor likes that Irad hops aboard.

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