Post time: 12:45 p.m. Best bet: Terice (1st race). Best play: 50-cent Pick 4: (5,6/3,5,6,7,8/1,3,4,6,8/4,6) $50 (1st).

1 5½ furlongs. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $5,000. Purse: $14,,500.

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Wildie (Butler, Donlin) 118 6-1

2: La Torera (Ordaz, Silva) 118 4-1

3: Nokomis (Martin Jr., Scherer) 118 5-1

4: What a Score (Canchari, Lund) 118 5-1

5: My Place Or Yours (Stevens) 120 7-2

6: Terice (Carreno, Kirby) 118 3-1

7: Bells of Concerto (Shepherd, Donlin) 118 6-1

TERICE is a deep closer who should benefit from a expected frantic pace up front rolling late picking off his rivals. MY PLACE OR YOURS will be one of the front runners hooking up to duel shipping up from Chicago circuit. Rough start last out took the filly off her game so expect better break today. LA TORERA will most likely get first ammunition firing on the speedsters up front with middle move; has hit the board in eight of last nine starts.

2 1 mile, 70 yards. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $5,000. Purse: $14,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Black Wing (Martin Jr., Scherer) 119 6-1

2: Drink or Sink (Dieguez, Rarick) 119 8-1

3: Ivory Fudge (Carreno, Diodoro) 119 9-2

4: Seeking the Reward (Martinez, Rengstorf) 121 10-1

5: Laope (Keith, Biehler) 119 6-1

6: Borealis Way (Eikleberry, Lund) 119 7-2

7: Oughterson (Butler, Biehler) 119 9-2

8: Winningcherokee (Canchari, Brinson) 119 4-1

WINNINGCHEROKEE grabs the perfect outside post to hound the pace setters in striking stalking position. Should get first crack to advance when asked by jockey Canchari. BOREALIS WAY enjoys leading the way up front and is coming off a place landing after leading the field before yielding to winner. OUGHTERSON has been facing tougher on the lawn and should enjoy the drop in class on to return dirt. IVORY FUDGE and LAOPE are must use major players in this evenly matched field.

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

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Maggie’s Guy (Ordaz, Silva) 119 5-1

2: Chilean Step (Dieguez, Bethke) 123 12-1

3: Slickrock Road (Goodwin, Riecken) 123 6-1

4: Cherokee Tri (Martin Jr., Heitzmann) 123 7-2

5: Dunoon (Olesiak, Bolinger) 123 5-1

6: Bonita Rock (Eikleberry, Eikleberry) 119 9-2

7: Holiday Flight (Olesiak, Johnson) 123 8-1

8: Qahr (Canchari, Bends) 123 4-1

Veteran jockey Eddie Martin Jr will take CHEROKEE TRI as far as he can, imploring him to hold to the wire as the field closes in. Dropping a notch in class could be the winning answer. BONITA ROCK finished well last out to grab place honors as the favorite and anything close to that effort puts him in the mix. MAGGIE’S GUY usually gets a share and looms the off-the-pace threat when race unfolds down the stretch.

4 6 furlongs. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $6,250. Purse: $12,500.

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Gracen Racen (Canchari, Scherbenske) 123 8-1

2: Our Black Beauty (Ordaz, Silva) 123 6-1

3: Most Darling (Olesiak, Wekseth) 123 5-1

4: Just Have’n Fun (Eikleberry, Wolochuk) 123 6-1

5: Bert’slittlesister (Butler, Rengstorf) 123 6-1

6: Stillwater Storm (Keith, Oliver) 123 7-2

7: Chappy Chick (Canchari, Hartman) 123 4-1

8: Meloveda (Martin Jr., Bends) 123 6-1

With no true speed in the race, JUST HAVE’N FUN might find herself on the lead in the ideal spot to sneak away from the field at a nice price. STILLWATER STORM cuts back in distance and class shipping up from Remington Park for the Oliver barn. Going to have to show early initiative in a expected slow pace sprint. BERT’SLITTLESISTER returns to home track where she has done her best running after a lackluster performance last out at Prairie Meadows.

5 6 furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $25,000. Purse: $30,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Breezy Point (Hamilton, Scherer) 119 7-2

2: Uncle Brent (Eikleberry, Hanson) 119 15-1

3: Quiet Man (Keith, Biehler) 119 4-1

4: Dakota Mac (Canchari, Robertson) 119 5-1

5: Ifoundmy Mojo (Martinez, Tracy Jr.) 123 5-2

6: At My Discretion (Stevens, Lund) 117 6-1

7: Janis’s Joy (Butler, Heitzmann) 114 5-1

IFOUNDMY MOJO closed 4 wide to get up for the win last out at Hawthorne and is talented enough for a repeat performance. QUIET MAN didn’t think much of the sloppy track last effort but expect the cutback in distance, fast track, and encouraging workout to be a confidence builder today. Expect BREEZY POINT to show some late foot with a ground saving rail trip with jockey Hamilton aboard.

6 5½ furlongs. State-bred. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $31,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Mattie’s Vow (Canchari, Robertson) 123 4-1

2: Crimsonexpectation (Hernandez, Rengstorf) 119 8-1

3: Reggae Runner (Canchari, Oliver) 119 8-1

4: Stellabrini (Eikleberry, Donlin) 119 10-1

5: Sassy Prince (Stevens, Rhone) 119 10-1

6: Sophie’s Cupcake (Martinez, Rengstorf) 119 6-1

7: Kati Can (Hamilton, Padilla) 123 10-1

8: Breeze of Dubai (Dieguez, Bethke) 119 15-1

9: Melissa’s Shadow (Rivera, Van Winkle) 119 6-1

10: Naomi Ridge Esq. (Martin Jr., Scherer) 123 7-2

Fairly wide open first leg to start the late Pick 4. First time starter REGGAE RUNNER has a couple of speedy drills coming in for a trainer that likes to win first time out. STELLABRINI is another beginner with a encouraging work tab including a bullet drill with Ry Eikleberry aboard. Tepid favorite NAOMI RIDGE ESQ, ran for a couple of show honors last season here and has a solid work tab entering today.

7 5½ furlongs. State-bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $35,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Evert (Martin Jr., Scherer) 121 4-1

2: Dalbo (Shaw, Berg) 121 15-1

3: Orange Thunder (Hamilton, Biehler) 117 5-1

4: Bold Raider (Hernandez, Cole) 121 12-1

5: You Be Gator Bait (Canchari, Robertson) 117 3-1

6: RU Joshin Me (Castro, Rengstorf) 121 15-1

7: Blumin Lucky (Dieguez, Pfeifer) 121 8-1

8: Command the Land (Eikleberry, Domenosky) 121 9-2

9: Jantzesfancyfriend (Rivera, Van Winkle) 121 6-1

COMMAND THE LAND usually gets in the money gimmicks and now gets new trainer who excels sending her draft choices out first time. YOU BE GATOR BAIT will be closing late off the pace as the favorite but might need a race after being on the shelf for 8 months. EVERT figures to be in the hunt down the stretch who too likes to come off the pace for a final run but is talented enough to sit closer to pace.

8 Lady Slipper Stakes. 6 furlongs. State-bred. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Purse: $60,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Gypsy Melody (Hamilton, Robertson) 118 7-2

2: Sputey’s Cabin (Eikleberry, Padilla) 118 10-1

3: Amazingly Karen (Shaw, Berg) 116 15-1

4: Somerset Swinger (Canchari, Robertson) 120 5-1

5: Polar Plunge (Martin Jr., Scherer) 120 2-1

6: Happy Hour Honey (Martinez, Robertson) 116 6-1

7: Blues Edge (Butler, Rhone) 116 6-1

8: Badge of Glory (Stevens, Rhone) 123 10-1

POLAR PLUNGE returns to defend her title in the Lady Slippers Stakes after failing to fire last out in route race at Hawthorne. Realistic assignment of regaining her belt with the cutback to sprinting. GYPSY MELODY ran a decent second at Arlington Park for her 2014 return. Has ability to fight for the lead if so chooses. SOMERSET SWINGER won her last effort of 2013 closing from far back and is a logical threat if ready to roll off the long layoff.

9 5½ furlongs. State-bred. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Purse: $31,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Connie Lee (Carreno, Bethke) 123 8-1

2: Shadow Ridge (Hamilton, Rhone) 119 9-2

3: Baby Pickles (Swiontek, Oliver) 118 8-1

4: Thunder and Honey (Stevens, Robertson) 119 4-1

5: Mimi’s Obsession (Butler, Rengstorf) 123 7-2

6: Kato Miss (Lopez, Hanson) 119 15-1

7: Pounce (Martin Jr., Becker) 119 5-1

8: Appealing Dancer (Keith, Bravo) 123 8-1

9: Elegant Flyer (Eikleberry, Biehler) 119 10-1

APPEALING DANCER gets new barn to start the year and trainer Bravo excels at this angle. Candidate to score at a nice price in this undependable field. MIMI’S OBSESSION is the lukewarm favorite after ending last year’s season with a couple of place earnings. Would of liked to see more than a couple of works entering. BABY PICKLES and THUNDER AND HONEY are must use who could accelerate to the front early.

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