First Race:1.Hidden Passion 2.Here Comes Bonnie 3.Babyneedsnewshoes
Steep dropper HIDDEN PROMISE is quick enough to clear the field and perhaps be long gone while sliding from N1X
to $12.5k claiming.Trust her? Nope. HERE COMES BONNIE has successive runner-up finishes this summer vs. s i m-
ilar low - l evel claimers. She wil be positioned within striking range of the top choice, and among the first to attack if the
favo rite fa l t e r s. BABYNEEDSNEWSHOES ran like a fil y that needed the start early last month. N ow she has a prep
race under her belt, and meets easier. DYNAMIC DIVA goes route to sprint and wil ral y from the back of the pack .
Second Race:1.Low Gear Power 2.Streets of Heaven 3.Honour Family
L OW GEAR POWER returns to the $8k bot om claiming level and fo l l owing a fo u rth-place finish for $16k, the ve t- e ran gelding should have this cast at his mercy. He raced twice previously at this leve l : runner-up by a neck inMarch at Santa Anita, winner in May 2011 at Hol ywood Pa rk .STREETS OF HEAVEN stretches back to two turn sfirst off the claim. Trainer Julio Canani and jockey Agapito Delgadillo quietly have become a productive combo,winning twice recently with Donato (race-10 entrant) and scoring recently with D'pri n c e s s. HONOUR FA M I LY hasan upset chance with his one-paced style. He was once better than this class leve l .
Third Race:1.A Toe by Three 2.Champions Gate 3.Endless Cruise
After four consecutive third-place finishes vs. N1X company, A TOE BY THREE slides into a $50k claimer for 3yo s. H i s
only previous win was his only previous start on this surfa c e, and he appears to be simply the fastest horse in the field.
CHAMPIONS GATE also meets easier.This is the first time he has raced for a tag; he won his debut last summer on this
t ra ck .ENDLESS CRUISE runs wel fresh (debut winner), and returns from a 10-month layof with a solid wo rkout pat ern .
Fourth Race:1.Quietasacat 2.Anytime 3.Tancred
QU I E TA S AC AT debuts for trainer Carla Gaines with a series of fast wo rks against an apparently modest field of 2 - ye a r - o l d s. Racing five and one-half furlongs with leading rider Rafael Bejarano and a recent bul et drill from thegate in 59 seconds, he should be gone as the card's most probable winner. The past four ye a r s, Gaines andB e j a rano are 5-for-18 with special-weight firsters. ANYTIME looms the upsetter. He flashed improved speed hissecond start, and did not tire until the final eighth. The improving colt has a shot to steal it, or complete the ex a c-t a . TANCRED has been training al summer at Hol ywood with Bob Baffe rt's assistant Mike Marl ow, then shippedto Del Mar for an apparently decent five - f u rlong wo rk on Po l y t ra ck . He was sired by promising first-crop stal ionMajestic Wa r ri o r, who already has six winners. This race is a split of race 6.
Fifth Race:1.Potesta 2.Starlight Magic 3.Warren's Amber
Winner of the G2 Hol ywood Oaks in just her third start, POT E S TA was pointed specifical y to this stakes since
winning the Oaks two months ago. The fil y she beat (Eden's Moon) returned to win the G2 San Clemente; t h i r d
place Via Vil agio returned to place in two graded stakes in the East; fifth place STARLIGHT MAGIC returned to
win a state-bred stake s ; last place Customer Base returned to win a N2X vs. o l d e r. The point is, POT E S TA beat
a good field. She is the controlling speed of this mile race for 3-year-old fillies, and figures to start at a short pri c e.
S TARLIGHT MAGIC stretches back to a route after a good sprint win vs. s t a t e b r e d s ;WARREN'S AMBER finished
second in the same ra c e. KILLER GRAC E S, whose most recent win was December in the G1 Hol ywood Starl e t ,
drops out of a six consecutive graded stakes into a non-graded af a i r. Not sure if she likes this surfa c e, howeve r.
Both Po l y t ra ck starts here last summer were disappointing.
Sixth Race:1.Uno Dos Adios 2.Procurement 3.Wild Dude
The well-regarded City Zip colt UNO DOS ADIOS debuts with sharp wo rks for trainer Bil Spaw r. The chestnut is
b e l i eved quick enough to flee the rail, bred for speed, and has trained like the real deal. He is "live" first out. P RO-
CUREMEWILD DUDEn ex p e rience edge over the top choice. He broke slow from the rail in his Arlington debu t ,
ral ied wide into the lane, then flat ened out late in a promising start to his career. With a race under his belt, mov-
ing inside to outside, he should move up a ton. W I L D C AT DUDE is a first-time starter by the high-percent debu t
sire Wildcat Heir. Good wo rk s, good stabl e. This race is a split of race 4.
Seventh Race:1.Briecat 2.Miss Mittagong 3.Cathy's Crunches
The 10-for-36 ve t e ran mare BRIECAT wil try to win the $85k Adoration for a second time. She won this restri c t-
ed stakes three summers ago in 2009. She has been banging heads with graded stakes company most of the
ye a r, and remains in sharp fo rm . She missed by less than a length in her most recent start late Ju l y. MISS MIT-
TAGONG returns from a layof of more than five months. Last seen finishing in the money in G2-G1 stakes in win-
ter at Santa Anita, she hasn't run a bad race on the main tra ck in the U. S. C ATHY'S CRUNCHES will rol late. H e r
recent fo rm in Nort h e rn Califo rnia is sharp, she likes this ra c e t ra ck .
Eighth Race:1.Scarlet Strike 2.Sheaparoux 3.Majestic Minister
SCARLET STRIKE is ready to stretch out and win. Third in her debut at five furl o n g s, she improved a ton sec- ond out with a runner-up finish at six furl o n g s. N ow the 2-year-old filly gets to do what she wa n t s. That is, run twot u rn s. The well-regarded daughter of Smart Stri ke has a solid wo rk recent pattern for trainer Jerry Hol endorfe r.
An impressive winner of this maiden race could jump into the (fo rmer) G1 Oak Leaf Stakes on Sept. 29 at SantaA n i t a . The Oak Leaf was renamed the Chandelier Stake s. S H E A PA ROUX, third in her debut while finishing onlya head behind the top choice, can improve at this longer distance with a race under her belt. MAJESTIC MINIS-TER trained like she wanted to run a route prior to her sixth-place sprint debu t . She stretches out for a tra i n e rwhose maidens usual y run a lot better second time out.
Ninth Race:1.Smart Ellis 2. Power Foot 3.Brother Francis
An evenly matched field entered the G2 Del Mar Derby. It is a spot for al owance winner SMART ELLIS to sur-
p ri s e. He is two - fo r - t wo on the DMR turf, overcame a slow pace to win his comeback with a big late kick, and wil
fly late. Is he good enough? Not yet, but the lightly raced (six starts) and wel -bred colt continues to train with gusto
and wil finish fast at a big pri c e. P OWER FOOT also merits longshot considera t i o n . Compromised by the "ra c e
shape" in the Oceanside, he ral ied strongly into tepid splits and ran better than his fo u rth-place finish suggests. I t
has been a big summer for jockey Edwin Maldonado, and if the colt continues his improving pat ern for tra i n e r
Declan Ja ckson he should outrun his odds. B ROTHER FRANCIS scored a blazing comeback victory, wining a
m a i n - t ra ck sprint by six lengths.Tough possibly best as a late-running spri n t e r, he does have a touch of class and
is making only his second start since spri n g .
Tenth Race:1.Donato 2.Killer Bear 3.Megastar
A l s o - e l i g i ble DONATO won two straight set ing blazing fra c t i o n s. The speed of the speed, color him gone if he scratches in.
KILLER BEAR was re-claimed by Jef Mul ins and wil raly late, while MEGASTAR drops in class seeking his proper leve l .
Eleventh Race:1.Maurie's Tizzy 2.Three Blondes 3.Miss Well Molded
M AURIE'S TIZZY wo rked wel into her debut, but had trouble and finished midpack in that six-furlong spri n t .She stretch- es to a mile, is bred for the tri p, and could start at a big nu m b e r. THREE BLONDES is a logical contender based on herrunner-up finish three weeks ago vs. s i m i l a r. MISS WELL MOLDED figures of her runner-up try two starts back, whileROMANCE IS ROMAN should love gra s s. She is a ful sister to 2001 Del Mar Derby winner Romanceishope.


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