Post time: 1:30 p.m. Best bet: Cody’s Cupcake (5th race). Best play: 50-cent Pick 4 (7th): 3,4,6,9,10/2,6,8,10/5,6,8/1,8, $60

1 300 yards. Fillies. 2-year-olds. Maiden. Purse: $11,500

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Eagle Beach (Packer, Olmstead)122/6-1

2: Ts Leaving the Map (S. Ricardo, Campos)122/15-1

3: Aubreys Dream (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/5-1

4: Boogie Wagon (Pinon, Campos)122/15-1

5: Lota Tricks (Delorme, Hybsha)122/6-1

6: Synn (Delgado, Frey)122/4-1

7: Apollitical Diva (Klaiber, Harris)122/10-1

8: Mt First Streak (Swiontek, Hunt)122/7-2

9: Pollitical Brim (Bachicha, Jr., Hunt)122/12-1

10: Ima Lil Storm Cat (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/10-1

SYNN has had a couple of rough starts and could pull the upset with clean break. IMA LIL STORM CAT faces new group after losing to the same winner in back-to-back races. MT FIRST STREAK makes local debut after facing tougher at Remington Park.

2 300 yards. Open. 2-year-olds. Maiden. Purse: $11,500

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: High Flyin Amati (Esqueda, Hardy)122/12-1

2: Pure Favorite (Packer, Olmstead)122/20-1

3: Rolling in Roses (Delorme, Frey)122/20-1

4: Kant Katch Me (Pinon, Campos)122/6-1

5: Koko Taylor (Bachicha, Jr., Willis)122/10-1

6: Apollitical Valor (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/9-2

7: Tohottwotouch (Delgado, Hardy)122/3-1

8: Gees Louise (Suarez Ricardo, Black)122/6-1

9: First Dashin James (Klaiber, Holdaway)122/7-2

10: Dacall (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/20-1

FIRST DASHIN JAMES is alert gate-breaker and just missed last two out. TOHOTTWOTOUCH hasn’t disgraced himself in both starts and is the one to beat. APOLLITICAL VALOR showed promise last out on a muddy track.

3 6½ furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Starter optional claiming: $5,000. Purse: $14,500

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Duke of Luke (Delorme, Bethke)124/3-1

2: All Aboard (Hamilton, Riecken)124/6-1

3: Sea Treaty (Sanchez, Schindler)124/7-2

4: Guska Mon Shoes (Loveberry, Hornsby)124/9-5

5: Spanish Jazz (Mojica, Bolinger)124/5-1

6: Leavinglosangeles (Hernandez, Gordon)124/10-1

GUSKA MON SHOES hasn’t run a bad race this summer but has been short in the win category. Added half-furlong might be the answer. DUKE OF LUKE is the likely pacesetter, while departing from the rail in a field with no speed. Comes in with consecutive wins. ALL ABOARD and SEA TREATY are must use in this closely matched group.

4 About 7½ furlongs on turf. Fillies and Mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $20,000. Purse: $20,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Asdrubal (Ramgeet, Diodoro)124/6-1

2: Sassy Prance (Sanchez, Broberg)124/6-1

3: Muster In (Lopez, Jr., Canchari)124/15-1

4: Nelyn’s Flyer (Bedford, Bends)119/10-1

5: Hello Everybody (Velazquez, Berndt)124/5-1

6: Imsortaspecial (Loveberry, Stuart)119/9-5

7: First Embrace (Mojica, Sterling, Jr.)124/5-2

IMSORTASPECIAL was a two-back winner at this level and distance by over five lengths. Reprise of that effort makes her a strong contender. FIRST EMBRACE has mirror races past two turf efforts as runner-up. Small barn has been having a solid meet. ASDRUBAL tries the turf for first time and should be on or near the lead with her quick turn of foot. SASSY PRANCE looms a late closing threat.

5 6 furlongs. Fillies and Mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $4,000. Purse: $10,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Pink Lipgloss (Escobar, McFadden)124/20-1

2: Wrap It Up (Mawing, Berndt)120/9-2

3: Stella’s Princess (Delorme, Bravo)124/10-1

4: Codys Cupcake (Sanchez, Anderson)124/8-5

5: Funny Smoke (Evans, Schindler)124/10-1

6: Queen Otaheite (Lopez, Jr., Donlin)124/5-1

7: Im a Southern Diva (Loveberry, Walker)124/12-1

8: Elli Mae Win (Hernandez, Rengstorf)124/12-1

9: Shoot the Bullet (Bedford, LaZarre)119/20-1

10: Se Fue (Lindsay, Gordon)120/8-1

CODYS CUPCAKE ships up from Prairie Meadows, with speed numbers towering. Strictly the one to beat if she takes a liking to Canterbury. QUEEN OTAHEITE rolled to a win last out against much softer, but win looks better because place runner came right back to win. WRAP IT UP takes huge drop in class after last dud but could fire at this bottom level.

6 About 7½ furlongs on turf. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $30,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Plenty of Sun (Mojica, Lund)124/12-1

2: Rocket Joe Copper (Hernandez, Greve)124/6-1

3: Threescore (Mojica Jr., Stuart)119/12-1

4: Chicory Blue (Canchari, Robertson)124/6-1

5: Handy Candy (Velazquez, Berndt)124/5-1

6: Slick as Ice (Sanchez, Schindler)119/15-1

7: Red Corvette (Mawing, Scherer)119/6-1

8: Herbie (Hamilton, Robertson)124/8-1

9: Union Riches (Delorme, Rhone)119/12-1

10: Giant Gamble (Ramgeet, Donlin Jr.)124/15-1

11: Heat Flash (Loveberry, Broberg)124/7-2

HEAT FLASH won his Canterbury debut last out in impressive fashion off the extended layoff. Moves up in class full of confidence. CHICORY BLUE comes in from Illinois for strong connections and should fire well fresh. ROCKET JOE COPPER and HERBIE come in with wins under their belts last efforts. Good betting race.

7 5½ Furlongs. Fillies. 2-year-olds. Maiden special weight. Purse: $28,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Lucky Penny (P. Canchari, Harris)118/20-1

2: Mighty Ghostly (Velazquez, Van Winkle)118/8-1

3: Dandy Deen (Sanchez, Rhone)118/5-1

4: Upsidedwnpineapple (Ramgeet, Diodoro)118/9-2

5: Spicy Suprise (Mojica, Bravo)118/12-1

6: Flyin Falynn (Loveberry, Swan)118/4-1

7: Nohemi (Klaiber, Swan)118/15-1

8: Artitude (Hernandez, Westermann)118/12-1

9: Glamorized (Hamilton, Robertson)118/3-1

10: Freshman Tap (Canchari, Heitzmann)118/10-1

FLYIN FALYNN ran a well-meant effort in debut. Expect her to muscle her way to the lead with Loveberry aboard. DANDY DEEN finished right behind Flyin Falynn for the third spot. Good to see a spruced up morning work coming in. UPSIDEDWNPINEAPPLE, GLAMORIZED and FRESHMAN TAP are the new shooters with the best chance to win first time out.

8 About 5 furlongs on turf. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming: $25,000. Purse: $32,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Modern Medicine (Mawing, Scherer)120/6-1

2: Chestnut Johnny (Velazquez, Biehler)124/7-2

3: Six Ninety One (Sanchez, Van Winkle)120/15-1

4: Superstar Leo (Canchari, Robertson)120/3-1

5: John’s Luck (Mojica, Heitzmann)120/12-1

6: Wildfire Kid (Lindsay, Diodoro)120/5-2

7: P Club (Ramgeet, Kenney)120/10-1

8: Sir Navigator (Hamilton, Robertson)122/9-2

9: Warrior’s Kid (Loveberry, Heitzmann)116/10-1

10: Bushrod (Canchari, Robertson)120/8-1

WILDFIRE KID has been second best last three out, including two back in stakes race. Winner of that race won this week in turf sprint at Saratoga. CHESTNUT JOHNNY has two wins in past three starts and is a strong contender to win. Expect to chase the pace from the start. BUSHROD is strictly the one to catch with top jock aboard.

9 6 furlongs. State bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $10,000. Purse: $10,500

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Shady Shadow (Delorme, Turco)124/20-1

2: Proxima (P. Canchari, McKinley)124/20-1

3: Pitch Perfection (Mojica, Jr., Rhone)124/15-1

4: Dark Captain (Loveberry, Wiley)124/12-1

5: Dakotaroan (Ramgeet, Lund)124/3-1

6: Darkhorse Ty (Mawing, Silva)124/7-2

7: Hatties Cab (Mojica, Bethke)120/6-1

8: Archarchmonarch (Lindsay, Diodoro)124/2-1

9: Captain of Summer (Evans, Wiley)124/15-1

DAKOTAROAN is the one to catch to get the win and could prove tough if left alone on the lead at first quarter-mile. ARCHARCHMONARCH was purchased by a high-percentage barn after falling apart in allowance race last out. Been freshened up and might have found a favorable spot. DARKHORSE TY too drops from the allowance ranks, in hopes of turning things around.

10 6 furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming: $6,250. Purse: $10,500

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Our Ty (Keith, Biehler)120/5-2

2: Kilroy (Hamilton, Litfin)124/9-2

3: Logistical (Williams, Sharp)120/10-1

4: Typha (Mawing, Biehler)124/12-1

5: Tequila Ley (Ramgeet, Lund)120/12-1

6: Shared Vision (Canchari, Kenney)124/6-1

7: Thriller (Loveberry, Biehler)120/15-1

8: Vidaks Back (Mojica, Diodoro)120/2-1

VIDAKS BACK ships in for the Diodoro barn as a new acquisition. Faced much stronger at Santa Anita. OUR TY attempted to go gate-to-wire in his debut but gave way late. Should appreciate cutting back a half-furlong. SHARED VISION is a consistent minor awards winner. Best used underneath.