Post time: 6:30 p.m. Best bet: Stone Crazy (4th race). Best play: 50 Cent Pick 4 - Race 7 (1,3,4,5,7,8/1,3,5,6,8/3/1,2,3,5,7), $75.

1 300 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $5,000. Purse: $8,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Very Special Chic (Fennell, Miller)124/8-1

2: Quick and Sweet (Wellington, Sharp)126/5-2

3: Eye a Hero (Luark, Blair)124/3-1

4: Quiet Groom (Von Rosen, Clevenger)126/6-1

5: Kenzies Ketel One (Eikleberry, Harris)124/5-1

6: Volcom Rose (Torres, Hardy)124/9-2

7: Dakota Big Time (Buening, Livingston)124/8-1

VERY SPECIAL CHIC missed hitting the board last out but is candidate to move forward for trainer who is off to fast start. KENZIES KETEL ONE showed little last race as favorite but encouraging to see Eikleberry returning for the ride. EYE A HERO weakened late last two efforts at Remington but fits well with this field.

2 300 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $7,500. Purse: $7,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Bye Bye First Bird (Buening, Livingston)124/12-1

2: Show Me the Corona (Luark, Blair)124/10-1

3: Eye for Azoom (Shaw, Svendsen)124/8-1

4: Harry T Hayes (Frink, Pride)124/20-1

5: Eyesa Lajolla (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson)124/2-1

6: Down to My Chickies (Ruiz, Johnson)124/7-2

7: Teller Jazz (Torres, Blair)124/6-1

8: Cayuga Kid (Wellington, Sharp)124/8-1

9: Brass for Cash (Goodwin, Ibarra)124/15-1

10: Papa Wheely (Von Rosen, Clevenger)126/12-1

EYESA LAJOLLA just missed with late rush last out and now gets jockey switch to Suarez who is having a terrific meet. EYE FOR AZOOM exits a couple of place honors in game efforts and now gets new barn for Canterbury debut. TELLER JAZZ was a nonfactor last out but must be viewed as a contender for the Blair barn, which is due to start rolling out winners.

3 About 1 mile 70 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $25,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Parris Island Babe (Franco, Silva)118/15-1

2: Prairie Lake (Goodwin, Donlin)118/15-1

3: Rock Hard Legacy (Canchari, Berndt)118/6-1

4: Chasen a Star (Goodwin, Silva)118/20-1

5: Velvet Kay (Ochoa, Berndt)118/15-1

6: Frangelica (Vergara, Lund)118/3-1

7: Biloxi Lion Tamer (Martin, Burgess)123/7-2

8: Bitter Tears (Rhone, Arterburn)123/5-2

9: Box Office Appeal (Keith, Riecken)118/8-1

BITTER TEARS will try to take them as far as she can go but should expect company up front to battle with. Give filly the nod on class edge. BOX OFFICE APPEAL and FRANGELICA both try the lawn experiment and are entitled to move forward after numerous efforts on dirt. Frangelica ran best speed figure last out to get in the money. BILOXI LION TAMER comes off the sidelines with over a year layoff but training well for return.

4 About 1 mile 70 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $25,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Assembly Hall (Canchari, Porter)118/10-1

2: Double Zap (Vergara, Lund)118/5-1

3: Lethal Strike (Fennell, Canchari)123/30-1

4: Amen (Eikleberry, Padilla)123/6-1

5: Hawkeye Jimmie (Ochoa, Brinson)118/12-1

6: Overstock Alert (Martin, Berndt)118/10-1

7: Shock the Clock (Stevens, Lund)118/12-1

8: Stone Crazy (Goodwin, Robertson)118/2-1

9: Heshoots Hescores (Butler, Berndt)118/9-2

10: Growler (Rivera, Scherer)118/12-1

STONE CRAZY speed figures tower the field who is bred well for the turf, making the colt strictly the one to beat. DOUBLE ZAP got off slowly last out in dirt sprint but fought way back for show money. Tries turf for first time in third career start. AMEN and HESHOOTS HESCORES ran well on the lawn last season in a couple starts for each. Amen is the deep closing threat while Heshoots Hescores will be forwardly place and could inherit the lead.

5 About 7½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $7,500. Purse: $14,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Diamond City (Canchari, Canchari)119/30-1

2: Alexassilvercharm (Olesiak, Smith)119/10-1

3: Hakuchi (ARG) (Stevens, Diodoro)119/3-1

4: Monstrip (Rhone, Arterburn)119/10-1

5: Scrabblecat (Butler, Rhone)119/12-1

6: Foolish Temper (Vergara, Silva)119/10-1

7: One More Palo (Delorme, Martinez)119/15-1

8: Moonshine Promise (Canchari, Rarick)119/6-1

9: Static Charge (Goodwin, Scherer)121/9-2

10: Oh Gee She’s Gold (Franco, Sheehan)119/10-1

11: Bert’slittlesister (Martin, Rengstorf)119/5-1

12: Cin Mission (Rivera, Oberlander)119/4-1

BERT’SLITTLESISTER showed early speed to grab the lead before fading to third last out in route race so should enjoy cutting back in distance to fend off challengers down the stretch. STATIC CHARGE finished two positions behind our top pick after pressing the pace who too should enjoy distance relief. HAKUCHI is a consistent turf runner who ships up from Turf Paradise and reunites with Scott Stevens, who won as a team three starts back in career best race on the grass.

6 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $20,000. Purse: $14,000.

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1: Citations Honor (Rhone, Arterburn)123/10-1

2: Luckys Sweet Dream (Keith, Biehler)123/6-1

3: Schindlers Risk (Eikleberry, Perez)123/12-1

4: Khaled Again (Bell, Robertson)119/5-1

5: Bad Boy Charlie (Vergara, Biehler)119/7-2

6: Champagnebythesea (Escobar, Bethke)123/15-1

7: Pure Kisses (Canchari, Porter)119/20-1

8: Artistic Design (Franco, Diodoro)123/3-1

9: Dimeonthelime (Rivera, Porter)123/9-2

Top jockey Lori Keith hops on LUCKYS SWEET DREAM who hasn’t raced since last fall after a less than thrilling performance. The 4-year-old gelding has been training sharply in return for trainer Biehler. Intriguing move by Keith to jump off stablemate BAD BOY CHARLIE, who could end up as post time favorite coming off a second place finish. ARTISTIC DESIGN and DIMEONTHELIME will be in the mix with anything close to last efforts.

7 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $6,250. Purse: $10,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Fiskey (Rivera, Scherer)119/6-1

2: Itza Twister (Escobar, Kirby)123/15-1

3: Proud Bull (Meier, Silva)119/2-1

4: Indy N Mission (Butler, Fauchald)123/10-1

5: Fair Trade (Martin, Rengstorf)123/8-1

6: Port Hrishi (Eikleberry, Van Winkle)123/15-1

7: Mr. Hollywood (Canchari, Berndt)119/10-1

8: Jog (Keith, Biehler)119/3-1

9: Holiday Flight (Trimble, Johnson)119/8-1

PROUD BELL looks the best on paper in this struggling maiden field after decent second running last out in Canterbury unveiling for trainer Silva. JOG was checked at the start and finished two positions behind Proud Bull and posses main threat to reverse the decision tonight. MR HOLLYWOOD has good early speed and cuts back in distance after a bumpy stretch run last out finishing third.

8 6½ furlongs. Open. Claiming $15,000. Purse: $14,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Arvindra (Goodwin, Brinson)123/4-1

2: Super Doctor (Von Rosen, Livingston)123/10-1

3: Know No Somerset (Eikleberry, Donlin)123/5-2

4: Jackraymondjames (Meier, Bethke)123/12-1

5: Ghost Skier (Butler, Bravo)123/3-1

6: Nice to Meet Me (Rivera, Scherer)123/9-2

7: Musical Deputy (Vergara, Lund)123/15-1

8: Bold Raider (Escobar, Cole)123/10-1

ARVINDA closed well on the inside to get up for victory and merits respect once again with the added half-furlong distance. KNOW NO SOMERSET is a deep closer who overcame rough start to rush up late closing five wide for silver who too should enjoy added distance. BOLD RAIDER looks to be the one to catch but will have to get out quickly starting from the far outside hole.

9 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming $25,000. Purse: $29,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: La Pinot (Franco, Diodoro)119/10-1

2: Somerset Swinger (Stevens, Robertson)119/15-1

3: Polar Plunge (Rivera, Scherer)121/5-2

4: Jills Summer Raine (Vergara, Oliver)119/15-1

5: Do Dat Blues (Martin, Scherer)121/5-1

6: Hidden Gold (Butler, Bravo)119/9-2

7: Bless My Halo (Keith, Biehler)119/6-1

8: Pink Leninade (Canchari, Shryock)123/5-1

9: Gypsy Melody (Bell, Robertson)119/8-1

POLAR PLUNGE won the Lady Slippers Stakes for this year’s return closing four wide from mid-pack as the favorite who has never been out of the money. Rival HIDDEN GOLD closed well to be second best behind Polar Plunge and should get nice pace set-up again for late closing kick. DO DAT BLUES will be one of the speedsters up front who won last out at Churchill Downs in allowance race as the field leader to the finish.

10 1 mile 70 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $5,000. Purse: $12,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Rita’s Cheetah (Keith, Biehler)123/8-1

2: Red Headed Woman (Ochoa, Sheehan)123/6-1

3: Sam’s Grindstone (Butler, Rengstorf)123/9-2

4: Sunny Silver (Goodwin, Ibarra)123/15-1

5: Stillwater Storm (Rivera, Oliver)123/6-1

6: Blue Moon High (Franco, Oliver)123/8-1

7: Bloomtown Baby (Olesiak, Smith)123/2-1

8: Via Di Roma (Escobar, Riecken)123/4-1

RITA’S CHEETAH has shown little in both starts in this year’s campaign but could prove tough if regains last year’s form on the stretch-out to tonight’s route race. BLOOMTOWN BABY set fast fractions before fading to second six lengths back but finishing ahead of a few of tonight’s rivals. SAM’S GRINDSTONE was one of the runner’s who finished behind Bloomtown Baby lacking late response but still has opportunity to win with a step forward in this unreliable field.