The 4/1 Lock of the day bailed the Conductor out in the finale at Parx yesterday. No matter if he has 6 winners or a goose egg, the Conductor’s lock of the day continues to be the best bet in life. Parx is closed today due to inclement weather (weak), so the Conductor will keep the train in the station. Lol, what a silly statement that was, this train doesn’t stop. If there are ponies running, the Conductor will find them. Off to Turf Paradise we go! Let’s Ride.
Race 1: 4 ½ Furlongs. MC 5000
#2 Bltzing Mario (5/1) – He caught a sloppy track last start, but the Conductor likes his early pace figures. He’s run 2nd at this level twice and this group is weaker than normal.
Race 2: 4 ½ Furlongs. Clm 3000n2L
#6 Perfect Majestic (10/1) – This old man has found his form and a repeat effort of his win last race would beat this field as well.
Race 3: 6 Furlongs. Clm 4000
#5 Grand Palais (3/1) – Dropping in class and drawn to the outside of the speed, he should get a perfect pressing trip.
Race 4: 1 Mile. (Turf) F.Clm 8500n2L
#1 Paco Suenos (9/2) – She gets back to her preferred grass surface today and has the highest numbers on the lawn in this group. She’s had bad trips in her last few.
Race 5: 1 Mile. F.Clm 3000b
*Never a Doubt Electric Bill Lock of the Day #1 Cup of Soup (9/5) – This mare will get the lone lead by default in here and take them all the way around.
Race 6: 6 ½ Furlongs. Clm 8500n2L
#4 I B Ez (5/1) – He was very game last race, fighting for the lead the entire time and was beaten by less than two lengths. He’s steadily progressing for top connections.
Race 7: 1 Mile. F.MC 5000
#9 Windi’s Moment (10/1) – In her 1st start routing on dirt last race, she ran 3rd against much tougher and a figure that would give her every chance today.
Race 8: 6 Furlongs. F.Clm 3500n2L
*Gullet Shot of the Day #1 Sister Sienna (12/1) – She has a significant pace advantage over this Turf Paradise field and the Conductor can feel a gate to wire gut job coming.