#7 O Shea Can U See broke
last from the rail in return race from a three-month layoff, then didn’t get
much pace to chase behind a loose wire-to-wire winner getting away with murder
up front. Finished fourth but lost by only a length, and now is a massive
overlay in this race at 12-1 odds on the morning line. Toss out the two-turn loss
when overmatched at Saratoga, and the three most recent one-turn efforts are
Play in exacta box with #9 Regal Quality, who was in good
form in the last two outings for a different trainer with a win and a second in
one-turn routes at Belmont with fast speed figures. Got claimed by Atras, who
owns an exceptional 31% win percentage off the claim.
#5 Hard Place
passed horses for second last time behind only an even-money favorite winner in
solid turf route career debut for Bill Mott. Owns the best turf route speed
figure in this field and will only improve in second lifetime start today.
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