Post time: 12:30 pm. Best bet: Buymeabond (4th race). Best play: 50-cent Pick 4 ticket— Race 3, (1,3,5/7/3,4,6,7/All), $54.

1 300 Yards. State bred. Open. 2-year-olds. Maiden. Purse: $13,500

1: Fly With a Buzz (Clark, McKinley)122/8-1

2: One Red Eye (Frink, McKinley)122/6-1

3: Eos Tyrone (Packer, Hardy)122/5-1

4: Raging Thunder Cat (Swiontek, Weidner)122/10-1

5: Diamonds On the Dirt (Torres, C.-Hill)122/5-2

6: Trs Boy Named Sue (Canchari, Livingston)122/4-1

7: Ali Returns (Goodwin, Hardy)122/3-1

DIAMONDS ON THE DIRT has only two works under his belt to begin his racing career, but one is a blazing bullet drill. TRS BOY NAMED SUE got up for third after a bobbled start last out. ALI RETURNS gets ideal outside draw with hot jockey.

2 250 Yards. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming: $6,250. Purse: $7,500

1: Hail Yez Jess (Packer, Hardy)126/7-2

2: Ts One Hot Chick (Serrano, Campos)124/15-1

3: Krash for Kash (Canchari, Livingston)124/10-1

4: Sheza Beautifuleagle (Clark, Hybsha)124/12-1

5: Mr Special Wagon (Velazquez, Campos)126/8-1

6: Fabulously Tempting (Frink, Barnes)124/20-1

7: Featured Follies (Torres, Charette-Hill)124/2-1

8: Drt Dynasty (Suarez Ricardo, Charette-Hill)124/4-1

9: Bodacious Peach (Velazquez, Livingston)124/12-1

FEATURED FOLIES invades from Remington Park with some minor paychecks. KRASH FOR KASH cuts back 50 yards after weakening late last race. DRT DYNASTY failed as the favorite last out facing better.

3 1 Mile. State bred. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $7,500. Purse: $11,500

1: Miss Brookside (Goncalves, Scherer)124/6-5

2: Dakota Mar Lou (Lindsay, Van Winkle)124/12-1

3: Start a Ruckus (Butler, Rhone)124/6-1

4: Tahkodha Princes (Goodwin, Bolinger)124/15-1

5: Go Go Eva (Loveberry, Biehler)124/9-5

6: Rhythm Dancer (Arrieta, Bethke)119/8-1

GO GO EVA can be trouble-prone but could pull off the minor upset with a clean start and traffic-free journey. MISS BROOKSIDE stretches out to two turns with ample early speed. Runner-up last two out. START A RUCKUS drops to lowest level of her career after failing to rally last out sprinting.

4 About 1 Mile. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $7,500. Purse: $14,500

1: Empire Knight (Lindsay, McFarlane)124/9-2

2: Sweeping Edge (Eikleberry, Rhone)124/12-1

3: Sir Matador (Goncalves, Gordon)124/8-1

4: Why Frank (Mojica, Diodoro)124/3-1

5: Ismusbemyluckyday (Mawing, Rarick)124/15-1

6: Bluegale (Escobar, Rickert)124/20-1

7: Buymeabond (Arrieta, Diodoro)124/4-1

8: Christmas Caballo (Hernandez, Rarick)124/5-1

9: Pennant Fever (Hamilton, Hanson)124/15-1

10: Ya Antabttsy (Clark, Kumke)124/12-1

BUYMEABOND has been resting since being acquired by the Diodoro barn at Santa Anita. Could fire well fresh for top-notch barn and new surroundings. Stablemate WHY FRANK is a confirmed closer but was a well-bet disappointment last out. You’re going to have to forgive that effort to have a shot. EMPIRE KNIGHT will attempt to ration his front-running speed with jockey Lindsay as the pilot.

5 1 Mile. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $10,000. Purse: $13,500

1: Samurai Mike (Mojica, Litfin)119/10-1

2: Switchback Creek (Mawing, Litfin)124/12-1

3: Clifden (Sanchez, Padilla)124/6-1

4: Reigning Warrior (Hamilton, Scherer)124/3-1

5: Jerf (Lindsay, Donlin, Jr.)124/15-1

6: Golden Afleet (Loveberry, Padilla)119/4-1

7: Cedar Sage (Eikleberry, Bravo)124/8-5

GOLDEN AFLEET switches surfaces after failing to factor last two races on the sod. Winner two back on the main track facing tougher. CEDAR SAGE has been second best past two efforts. Speedster will be last one in and first one out. REIGNING WARRIOR is stretching out with the big class drop.

6 About 7½ Furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming: $12,500. Purse: $30,000

1: True West (Eikleberry, Robertson)120/6-1

2: Herbie (Loveberry, Robertson)120/5-2

3: Greyflower (Velazquez, Biehler)117/9-2

4: Cole Camp (Mawing, Nolen)122/15-1

5: Factored In (Arrieta, McFarlane)120/8-1

6: Chaska (Mojica, Lund)122/12-1

7: Sword of David (Evans, Robertson)120/10-1

8: Prince Arlo (Eikleberry, Lund)120/10-1

9: Hotfoot (Butler, Broberg)120/6-1

10: Musical America (Goncalves, House)120/5-1

MUSICAL AMERICA ran against much better out of state last year and could prove tough if regains his turf form. HERBIE is a consistent money-maker and the one to beat to get the prize. Will make strong middle move when things unfold. FACTORED IN and GREYFLOWER are too sharp to leave off the ticket.

7 5 Furlongs. State bred. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming: $40,000. Purse: $23,000

1: Scrumpy Town (Butler, Rhone)124/2-1

2: Stacys Luck (Clark, Weidner)124/15-1

3: Creative Xpression (Goodwin, Brinson)120/9-5

4: Icy Hot Miss (Goncalves, Bravo)120/10-1

5: Carriage (Eikleberry, Richard)120/8-1

6: Super Silent (Mojica, Pfeifer)120/15-1

7: Miss Jane (Sanchez, Van Winkle)124/12-1

8: Blues Touch (Velazquez, Rhone)120/12-1

9: Marley Be Good (Lindsay, Fields)120/15-1

MARLEY BE GOOD has some quick works coming in and will try to stir it up as a first-time starter at a huge price. CREATIVE XPRESSION will keep the front-runners honest and is coming off her best finish with her third career start. SCRUMPY TOWN has been on the shelf since last September but shows signs she could be live with a steady stream of works.

8 1 Mile. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $4,000. Purse: $10,000

1: Unbridled Mayhem (Loveberry, Robertson)124/3-1

2: Web of Demons (Arrieta, Diodoro)124/2-1

3: One Simple Rule (Lindsay, Kumke)124/8-1

4: Tiz a First Lady (Eikleberry, Bravo)124/4-1

5: Racing for Chasen (Goncalves, Gordon)124/8-1

6: Smooth as Bourbon (Hamilton, Offolter)124/6-1

7: Racinrosemary (Sanchez, Padilla)124/10-1

RACINROSEMARY has exhibited some bad gate habits but could pull off the mild upset with a clean break. WEB OF DEMONS plunges in class after fading badly last out. Easier field could be what the doctor ordered. UNBRIDLED MAYHEM and TIZ A FIRST LADY are major players in this wide-open race.

9 About 5 Furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $7,500. Purse: $14,500

1: Pete’s Slew (Mojica, Diodoro)124/4-1

2: Swiss Wager (Eikleberry, Silva)120/5-1

3: Two Chance (Loveberry, Kretzler, Jr.)120/10-1

4: Alpha and Omega (Eikleberry, Stuart)122/2-1

5: Star Spangled (Sanchez, Richard)120/10-1

6: The Bull (Velazquez, Berndt)120/8-1

7: Six Ninety One (Hamilton, Hanson)122/7-2

8: At Bat (Butler, Broberg)120/6-1

APLHA AND OMEGA suffered through a wide journey last out and looks to rebound to his effort two back, when he won at this level and distance. SIX NINETY ONE deserves another chance after a contaminated start last out. Could be the horse to beat if rain changes the race to the main track. PETE’S SLEW hasn’t run on the grass in two years, but connections are too strong to leave off.

10 1 Mile. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $5,000. Purse: $11,500

1: Sin City (Arrieta, Biehler)119/8-1

2: Choral Song (Goncalves, Pfeifer)124/3-1

3: Flowers for Teagan (Loveberry, Robertson)124/2-1

4: Una Brujita (Butler, Bravo)119/8-1

5: Pray Anyway (Eikleberry, Silva)124/5-2

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

FLOWERS FOR TEAGAN caught a muddy track first off the layoff and should improve with a dry surface on the stretch-out. CHORAL SONG should enjoy the added distance after pulling away from the field sprinting last out. PRAY ANYWAY tries the Midwest circuit for the first time, as a new acquisition from the West Coast for the Silva stable.