Returned from a
4 ½-month layoff with a turf sprint loss, but needed that race and now switches
back to the main track where he previously had reeled off two straight solid in
the money finishes. Has a great chance to knock off the questionable favorite
in this race
#10 Classic Miss
Plus exacta box with #7
#10 Classic Miss takes
the big maiden drop down from special weights in versus maiden claimers for the
first time after exiting a second-place finish at Finger Lakes versus open
company. Goes out for trainer Rudy Rodriguez who is coming off a good Belmont fall
meet. Manny Franco up.
Play in exacta box with #7 Half Birthday, who goes out
for high percentage trainer Brad Cox off of a third-place finish in career
debut, just a nose out of second behind a runaway winner. Cox wins 31% with
maiden second-time starters, and except for Classic Miss there is not a lot to
beat in this field.
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