Post time: 6:30 p.m. Best bet: Jack’s Tiger (6th Race). Best play: 50 cent-Pick 4, Race 5, (1,3,4,5,6,8/1/All/4,6), $60.

1 5½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $6,250. Purse: $10,500.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Ready River (A. Canchari, Martin)123/3-1

2: Sweet G (Butler, Donlin)119/2-1

3: Mizermize (Carreno, McKinley)123/6-1

4: Lady Vronsky (Franco, Diodoro)123/9-2

5: Loadherupletherrip (Escobar, Rengstorf)119/4-1

6: Chachatowin (Brown, Lavanway)119/20-1

7: Goldie’s Gal (Bell, Natale)119/12-1

SWEET G is a unreliable closer who has been a money maker for the second spot, might of found the right field to break maiden in 20th attempt. READY RIVER comes up from Iowa for first appearance with ability to show decent speed on the front end. LOADERUPLETHERIP will be pressing the expected early speed from a few rivals for first attack.

2 1 mile, 70 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $20,000. Purse: $20,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Mancala (Escobar, McFarlane)123/6-1

2: Driven Force (Eikleberry, Wolochuk)123/8-1

3: Kenalantic (Bell, Robertson)123/6-1

4: Indy Racer (A. Canchari, Lund)123/5-1

5: Francis Henry (Carreno, McKinley)123/5-1

6: Citron Kid (Martin, Chambers)123/5-2

7: Brenda’s Bar (Franco, Diodoro)123/9-2

8: Just Sir Prize Me (Butler, McShane)123/15-1

CITRON KID failed as the chalk last out with troubled trip, obvious danger with clear sailing closing on strong pace. BRENDA’S BAR will come flying late chasing the field, still looking for first career win on local track. FRANCIS HENRY just missed last out losing by a neck after lacking room around final turn.

3 11⁄16 miles. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $27,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Afleet’s Hot Copy (Shino, Pearson)118/15-1

2: L’ s Imprint (Franco, Lund)118/20-1

3: Johnny Football (Martin, Wolochuk)118/10-1

4: Wildcard (Escobar, Riecken)123/6-1

5: Castlederg (A. Canchari, Scherer)118/10-1

6: Oak Tie (Rivera, Porter)123/12-1

7: Tundra Leap (Ordaz, Silva)118/4-1

8: Kite (Butler, Harty)118/9-2

9: Crossed Boundary (Carreno, Mankin)118/10-1

10: Fair Trade (Martinez, Rengstorf)123/6-1

11: Stealthy Traveler (Bell, Peters)118/6-1

KITE steps down in class shipping up from Arlington Park in this wide open affair. Has good tactical speed and lures top jockey Butler aboard. STEALTHY TRAVELER has ran third in last three outings and should appreciate added distance tonight. TUNDRA LEAP merits respect as deserving M/L favorite after running for place honors last two efforts. CROSSED BOUNDARY appears the one to catch as possible lone front runner in the group.

4 6½ furlongs. open. Claiming $10,000. Purse: $11,500.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Lookin At Larry (Eikleberry, Kane)123/3-1

2: Northern Champ (Bell, Robertson)123/2-1

3: Sugar Business (Martinez, Rengstorf)123/10-1

4: Supremo Struckgold (Goodwin, Scherer)123/8-1

5: L G Suprem (Butler, Fauchald)123/4-1

6: Know No Somerset (Carreno, Donlin)123/10-1

7: Blumin Lucky (Dieguez, Pfeifer)123/5-1

LOOKIN AT LARRY missed the break last out but managed to rush up strong clearing the field by two lengths, drop from allowance and added furlong makes him strictly the one to beat. BLUMIN LUCKY too drops in from allowance after running third last out at huge price. NORTHERN CHAMP circled the field last out for first win since winning in debut 14 starts back.

5 5½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $10,000. Purse: $17,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Stephen’s Pride (P. Canchari, Silva)119/5-1

2: Mr. Shorty (Dieguez, Goodsell)119/10-1

3: Unlawful Detainer (Ordaz, Silva)119/10-1

4: Bolting Brown (A. Canchari, Tracy)119/6-1

5: Jackie Blu (Martin, Martin)119/6-1

6: Get Back Man (Velazquez, Rarick)121/3-1

7: Rockin Afleet (Hernandez, Bolinger)119/5-1

8: Genuine Cowboy (Brown, McFarlane)121/7-2

JACKIE BLU is the class of the field with decent tracking speed and could prove tough at a square price in first local appearance. GENUINE COWBOY has been on the shelf since June after scoring three straight wins, has worked well getting ready for return. STEPHEN’S PRIDE continues to improve and comes off career best effort last out.

6 6 furlongs. Open. Allowance. Purse: $35,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Jack’s Tiger (Eikleberry, Scherbenske)121/2-1

2: Bold Raider (Hernandez, Cole)121/5-1

3: Benny’s Glory (Martin, Rarick)119/7-2

4: Ceeya Tuesday (Keith, McShane)121/4-1

5: Waverly Charmer (Velazquez, Kane)121/10-1

6: Great River Skier (Butler, Bravo)121/9-2

7: Prince Demidoff (Delorme, Flores)121/15-1

JACK’S TIGER failed as favorite last out while rallying late for place landing, should have stronger pace scenario tonight gathering late momentum. BENNY’S GLORY and CEEYA TUESDAY are expected to scrap from the get-go in all out bids toward the wire. GREAT RIVER SKIER will be rolling late and could prove tough if set to go.

7 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $4,000. Purse: $9,500.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Wild Wings (Swiontek, McFarlane)118/9-2

2: Rocky Tiger (Dieguez, Bolinger)123/12-1

3: Gadsden Purchase (P. Canchari, Oliver)123/5-1

4: Patriate (Rivera, Parker)123/6-1

5: Timber Hills (Hernandez, Brinson)123/15-1

6: Jets to Brazil (Ordaz, Silva)123/6-1

7: Schillerthekiller (Velazquez, Rarick)123/4-1

8: Blind Magic (Goodwin, Torevell)123/6-1

9: Brooke’s Gold (Bell, Natale)123/15-1

10: Stormin River (A. Canchari, Martin)123/8-1

Deep field with many ways to go. SCHILLERTHEKILLER ran best race of the season last out and can keep improving off that place effort. JETS TO BRAZIL jumps off the turf with slight drop in class, bullet drill for the freshening. STORMIN RIVER should be plenty fit shipping up from Prairie Meadows after 8 races from the summer meet.

8 1 mile, 70 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $6,250. Purse: $10,500.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Frazier’s Pegasus (Velazquez, Scherer)118/4-1

2: Lady Angel (Martinez, Tracy)123/5-1

3: Mutually Exclusive (P. Canchari, Oliver)123/8-1

4: Silver Drop (Martin, Hemba)118/8-1

5: Emerald Point (Carreno, Groen)123/8-1

6: Amica (A. Canchari, Scherer)118/9-2

7: Impeachments Storm (Eikleberry, Ashford)123/10-1

8: Bourbonology (Butler, Rhone)123/7-2

9: Out of Hock (Shino, Holder)123/12-1

AMICA has faced much tougher and drops to lowest level of brief career, won two back at this distance. SILVER DROP comes off sharp gate-to-wire win last effort out of town and appears to be lone speed here, could lull field asleep if not taken seriously up front. FRAZIER’S PEGASUS, LADY ANGEL, and BOURBONOLOGY will be arriving to the scene late picking up the pieces.

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