Post time: 6:30 p.m. Best bet: Path of Exile (Race 9). Best play: 50-cent Pick 4 ticket — Race 7, (2,3,7,8/All/2/1,3,4,5), $48.

1 350 yards. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming: $20,000. Purse: $10,000

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Okey Wind (Clark, Johnson)124/12-1

2: Fabulously Tempting (Esqueda, Barnes)124/10-1

3: House of Cards B (S. Ricardo, Hanson)124/8-1

4: High On Chablis (Goodwin, Hardy)124/2-1

5: Late N Dirty (Samuels, Johnson)126/5-2

6: One Kool Hero (Swiontek, Hanson)124/6-1

7: Hiclass Return (Velazquez, Swan)124/4-1

LATE N DIRTY deserves another shot after rearing at the start as the favorite last out. HIGH ON CHABLIS lone win is on the Canterbury track. HOUSE OF CARDS B faded late running longer last out. Should appreciate cutting back.

2 250 yards. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming: $20,000. Purse: $10,000

1: Mishtaken (Samuels, Johnson)124/8-1

2: Hail Yez Jess (Goodwin, Hardy)126/6-1

3: Sophies Pockoo (S. Ricardo, Hanson)124/15-1

4: Icanhenryyoutoo (Melancon, McKinley)126/15-1

5: Signs Corona (Velazquez, Charette-Hill)124/6-1

6: Quinttessence (Eikleberry, Hanson)124/4-1

7: Triple Vodka Feature (Esqueda, Olmstead)124/9-2

8: Yes No Yes (Velazquez, Hybsha)124/5-2

YES NO YES is alert gate breaker and draws ideal outside post. QUINTTESSENCE is usually in the mix near the finish line. Maybe today’s the day she earns her diploma. MISHTAKEN ran a solid third effort in lone start.

3 About 1 mile. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Waiver claiming: $20,000. Purse: $20,000

1: Soaring Now (Goncalves, Heitzmann)124/5-1

2: Honor’s Parade (Eikleberry, Sterling Jr.)124/6-1

3: Laura Ray (Loveberry, Hornsby)124/7-2

4: Moon Blossom (Butler, Litfin)124/5-2

5: Moonlight Train (Mojica, Lund)124/7-2

6: Ordinary Love (Arrieta, Foley)124/12-1

7: Kikitoz (Hamilton, Cline)124/10-1

MOONLIGHT TRAIN joins the Valerie Lund barn, after getting purchased in a four-length victory on the main track out-of-state. Could be sharp if she takes to the grass. HONOR’S PARADE exits a nice win on the lawn last out, circling the field 5 wide to get the job done. MOON BLOSSOM comes off-the-bench, and could prove tough opponent if ready to go. Two wins on the local turf last summer. LAURA RAY usually gets in the money gimmicks in her turf efforts.

4 About 7½ furlongs. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming: $12,500. Purse: $30,000

1: Is It Gold (Goncalves, Rarick)120/10-1

2: Housemaker (Arrieta, Van Winkle)120/8-1

3: Superstar Bea (Loveberry, Robertson)120/4-1

4: Peach Time (Lindsay, Bratcher)120/12-1

5: Imsortaspecial (Delorme, Ashford Jr.)120/10-1

6: Double Espresso (Mojica, Diodoro)120/5-2

7: Merri Mesa (Hamilton, Berndt)114/6-1

8: Cause to Wonder (Eikleberry, Sharp)120/7-2

DOUBLE ESPRESSO went gate-to-wire last out and beat a handful of these rivals. Has sneaky speed and could go unchallenged on the lead again. CAUSE TO WONDER and SUPERSTAR BEA look to turn the table on Double Espresso. Off-the-pace runners were very game in defeat.

5 About 5 furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming: $12,500. Purse: $30,000

1: Giant Gamble (Arrieta, Donlin Jr.)120/20-1

2: It’s Mike’s Turn (Gonzalez, Litfin)120/15-1

3: Boston Charley (Mojica, Fields)120/3-1

4: Soul of Discretion (Goodwin, McFarlane)115/12-1

5: Mister Fudge (Butler, Robertson)120/7-2

6: Sophisticatedbling (Eikleberry, Silva)122/12-1

7: Harnersbach (Goncalves, Lund)120/9-2

8: J P Rocker (Hernandez, Rarick)120/10-1

9: Parched (Lindsay, Van Winkle)120/8-1

10: Hotfoot (Sanchez, Broberg)120/6-1

Wide-open race with a ton of speed. HOTFOOT drops in class with the surface switch, and confirmed closer could make some late noise picking up the pieces. Expect BOSTON CHARLEY, MISTER FUDGE, and HARNERSBACH to be knocking heads early on for the lead, in what should be a sizzling pace.

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

1: Two Steps Before (Escobar, Rhone)124/5-1

2: Curlin’s Kid (Canchari, Bethke)124/8-1

3: Greek Week (Melancon, Bethke)124/4-1

4: Lootn and Shootn (Goncalves, Bolinger)124/6-1

5: Prayintheprairie (Lindsay, Van Winkle)124/2-1

6: Perfect Majestic (Eikleberry, Fields)124/3-1

PRAYINTHEPRAIRIE should sit in perfect stalking position, bidding his time to pounce with Lindsay aboard. Always a threat, but hasn’t won since 2015. PERFECT MAJESTIC should come out firing with Ry Eikleberry as the pilot. Aimed too high last out in turf sprint. TWO STEPS BEFORE was sent clear last out at a huge price, but gave way late. Plenty of room to last longer, especially with ground saving rail trip.

7 5½ furlongs. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Waiver claiming: $5,000. Purse: $12,500

1: Wrap It Up (Hernandez, Berndt)124/10-1

2: Lasoeurcadetecheri (Butler, Robertson)124/6-1

3: Unbridled Mayhem (Hamilton, Robertson)124/5-2

4: Rosebud’s Tiger (Goncalves, Rhone)124/15-1

5: Mia’s Gusto (Sanchez, Padilla)124/12-1

6: Wonder About Lola (Loveberry, Fields)124/8-1

7: Diva of Disaster (K. Bedford, Riecken)119/4-1

8: Starship Impulse (Eikleberry, Litfin)124/3-1

STARSHIP IMPULSE will be searching for her third straight win, hustling out of the gate with top jock for the ride. Expect to be involved tom the bell. UNBRIDLED MAYHEM has upbeat workouts coming in for her return. Can see her coming in ready for respected connections. LASOEURCADETECHERI suffered through a wide journey to get up for the third spot last out. Could be new ballgame with cleaner trip.

8 6 furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming: $5,000. Purse: $10,000

1: Samurai Mike (Mojica, Litfin)119/2-1

2: Twin Cities Magic (Melancon, Scherer)119/10-1

3: Ain’tseentheball (Goncalves, Pfeifer)119/5-1

4: Fine Cat (De’Oliveira, Foley)124/10-1

5: Midnight Zither (Gonzalez, Lund)119/3-1

6: Lamar (Eikleberry, Silva)124/8-1

7: Trip Back Home (Loveberry, Robertson)119/5-1

SAMURAI MIKE plunges in class, after dropping the anchor at the half way mark while routing last out. The gelding should rebound with the cutback in distance. MIDNIGHT ZITHER was all about speed last out, but was collared right before the wire. Speed makes him big threat. AIN’TSEENBALL and LAMAR, both had troubled starts last efforts, and look to bounce back with clean breaks.

9 6 furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $5,000. Purse: $11,500

1: Magic Cowboy (Melancon, Bethke)119/10-1

2: Path of Exile (Arrieta, Diodoro)124/1-1

3: The Checotah Kid (Goncalves, Riecken)124/6-1

4: Alvin’s Touch (Mojica, Diodoro)124/7-2

5: Wajna Surprise (Hamilton, Hanson)124/8-1

6: Bold Charmant (Hernandez, Davis)119/5-1

PATH OF EXILE returns to sprinting on the main track, after a dull effort on the turf last out. Won by over eight lengths two back leading the field to the wire. ALVIN’S TOUCH will be tracking stablemate Path Of Exile, and there to pick up the pieces if the speedster gets in a heated pace duel. MAGIC COWBOY drops for over half the price and to the lowest of his career.

10 1 mile. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $10,000. Purse: $13,500

1: Roseau (Hernandez, Silva)124/7-2

2: Rhythm Dancer (Arrieta, Bethke)118/8-1

3: Queen Sammy (Velazquez, Rarick)124/9-2

4: Strike Perfection (Loveberry, Litfin)124/5-1

5: Spicy Suprise (Eikleberry, Bravo)118/8-5

6: Elevenpoint River (Hamilton, Hornsby)124/6-1

SPICY SURPRISE ships up from Will Rogers Downs, where the filly ran a couple of third efforts in allowance races. Doesn’t hurt to seduce Eikleberry. ROSEAU got the win at this distance on opening night in gate-to-wire fashion. STRIKE PERFECTION looms the late closing threat, but needs swift fractions to zoom on.