Post time: 4 pm. Best bet: Candy Can Do (5th Race). Best play: 50 cent Pick 4, 4th Race (1,4,7,8/7/1,4,5,7/1,2,3,4,5,6,9(11AE), $56.

1 350 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Optional claiming $7,500. Purse: $14,000.

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1: One Kool Wagon (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson)126/10-1

2: Jess Choo and Me (Frink, Pride)126/8-1

3: Callme Cash (Eikleberry, Harris)126/6-1

4: Eye a Hero (Luark, Blair)124/4-1

5: Jess Thats Blazin (Von Rosen, Svendsen)124/6-1

6: Kittys Gold Medal (Buening, Taylor)126/8-1

7: Pt Feature Dash (Smith, Willis)126/9-2

8: Fast Eddys Eyeyinyou (Shaw, Johnson)126/8-1

9: Eyeofahero (Smith, Blair)124/10-1

10: Nn Absolutley (Goodwin, Hardy)124/10-1

EYE A HERO keeps progressing each race and is coming off a late driving victory. Both JESS CHOO AND ME and ONE KOOL WAGON are exiting races where they lacked response but deserve another chance.

2 440 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Stakes. Purse: $20,000.

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1: Wagon Empire (Goodwin, Hardy)126/9-2

2: Bf Farm Boy (Smith, Harris)126/4-1

3: Streakin Zoomer (Luark, Hardy)126/6-1

4: Painted Lies (Smith, Blair)126/7-2

5: Western Fun (Suarez Ricardo, Clay)126/9-2

6: A Splash of Hell (Eikleberry, Harris)126/3-1

7: Last Loose Perry (Torres, Blair)124/15-1

WAGON EMPIRE rallied late to miss by head length and should enjoy near football length further distance here. A SPLASH OF HELL gained late to get up for place honors at a big price and Eikleberry remains aboard. PAINTED LIES is usually in the mix and is the class of the field in this wide open affair.

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

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1: Dimeonthelime (Rivera, Porter)123/3-1

2: Bad Boy Charlie (Vergara, Biehler)119/9-5

3: Shangrila Bar (Martin, Riecken)119/10-1

4: Schindlers Risk (Eikleberry, Perez)123/10-1

5: Tommyschenanigans (Butler, Bravo)119/4-1

6: Benjur (Velazquez, Scherer)119/6-1

7: Luckys Sweet Dream (Keith, Biehler)123/8-1

DIMEONTHELINE ran wide in holding pattern in first start for show money and followed it up with another show finish in the slop next out. Fast track and rail position might be he answer today. Rival and favorite BAD BOY CHARLIE finished ahead in both races to our top pick for place honors who enjoys sitting off the pace before making final move. BENJUR ships up from the Fair Grounds where he failed to hit the board but might of found the ideal spot here to turn things around.

4 1 mile. fillies and mares. Maiden claiming $15,000. Purse: $12,650.

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1: Corporate Comet (Butler, Rhone)123/9-2

2: Chasen a Star (Canchari, Silva)118/20-1

3: Lovely Hue (Vergara, Lund)118/6-1

4: Lil’ Gizmo (Goodwin, Cole)123/3-1

5: Desert Ballad (Escobar, Rhone)123/15-1

6: Tahkodha Belle (Von Rosen, McFadden)123/6-1

7: Sweet Tango (Martinez, Robertson)118/7-2

8: Not a Girlie Girl (Keith, Hanson)118/4-1

SWEET TANGO drops in class for trainer Robertson stretching out in this unreliable field who failed to fire last out. Has two nice workouts entering today. NOT A GIRLIE GIRL too drops a notch after closing semi-well in debut to get up for third. Positive with Lori Keith remaining aboard and could be the one to catch with no real pace setter in the field. LIL’ GIZMO stretches out after late gain last effort to reach the money board.

5 6 1/2 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $6,250. Purse: $10,000.

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1: Unusual Mystery (Meier, Silva)123/12-1

2: This Guy (Keith, Biehler)123/10-1

3: Union Buster (Vergara, Biehler)119/20-1

4: Barcelona Kid (Canchari, Rengstorf)123/12-1

5: Dakota Council (Shepherd, Berndt)119/6-1

6: Dewberry (Velazquez, Scherer)123/12-1

7: Candy Can Do (Stevens, Chambers)123/4-1

8: Late Developer (Butler, Brueggemann)123/6-1

9: Carmelito’s Cat (Von Rosen, Svendsen)123/15-1

10: Seeking the Reward (Martin, Rengstorf)123/5-1

11: Sun’s Out (Eikleberry, O’Callaghan)123/9-2

CANDY CAN DO ran second and finished ahead of many of today’s rival starting from the 12 hole last out. Should get nice stalking trip sitting in the jet stream for ground-saving trip. SUN’S OUT ran right behind our top pick and gets the far outside post today. Might have to use some early energy to get position and avoid getting hung out to dry. SEEKING THE REWARD gets class relief and jockey switch after being a nonfactor so far this meet.

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

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1: Speakfromyourheart (Keith, Hanson)119/5-1

2: Tez Virat (Goodwin, Brinson)121/6-1

3: Just Jebicah (Rhone, Arterburn)119/8-1

4: Desert Alley (Martinez, Robertson)119/5-2

5: I’ll Show Them (Canchari, Brinson)119/3-1

6: So Shiny (Von Rosen, Laing)119/12-1

7: Jamaican Memories (Rivera, Van Winkle)119/6-1

8: Red Zeus (Meier, McFarlane)115/12-1

I’LL SHOW THEM never really looked comfortable after fading last out in stakes race, but if given a pass, should be within striking range today on the expected hot pace. Speedball DESERT ALLEY is the one to catch, entering with a strong series of works including a bullet drill. SPEAKFROMYOURHEART should enjoy the rail with decent early speed chasing the frontrunner. JAMAICAN MEMORIES is the late closing threat at a price if pace falls apart.

7 About 5 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $34,000.

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1: Hidden Blessing (Meier, Silva)119/8-1

2: Stig’s Deputy (Eikleberry, Perez)119/4-1

3: Careless Hunter (Vergara, Lund)119/8-1

4: Wekiva Wachee (Butler, Dini)119/7-2

5: Heir to Dixie (Shepherd, Berndt)119/5-1

6: Breezy Point (Velazquez, Scherer)119/6-1

7: Satan’s Mistress (Delorme, Miller)114/15-1

8: Cowboy’s Prayer (Bell, Livingston)119/20-1

9: Tequila Factor (Canchari, Wilson)119/8-1

10: Heir Joe (Franco, Van Winkle)119/12-1

11: Take Heart (Martinez, Robertson) 119/5-1

With a ton of pace in this short sprint on the turf, BREEZY POINT could get the perfect stalking trip if able to adjust to surface switch to the lawn. TAKE HEART will be picking them off late coming from the far outside if gets in off the also-eligible list. CARELESS HUNTER, who is all about early spead, will be dueling out front in his turf experiment today. WEKIVA WACHEE, with Butler aboard today, is a consistent turf runner who faced tougher foes in 2012.

8 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $6,250. Purse: $11,000.

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1: Hava Cigar (Von Rosen, Chambers)123/5-1

2: Jimmie the Jet (Eikleberry, Harris)123/15-1

3: Lucky Straw (Keith, Biehler)123/8-1

4: River Dance (Butler, Rhone)123/15-1

5: Yes Sir Officer (Goodwin, Brueggemann)123/6-1

6: Yu Tiger Yu (Escobar, Ibarra)123/15-1

7: Human Eraser (Canchari, Rarick)123/9-2

8: Hard Nosed (Arroyo, Riecken)123/10-1

9: Francis Henry (Luark, Fennell)123/20-1

10: Vic the Kick (Stevens, Bethke)123/10-1

11: Tart N Smart (Martin, Silva)123/4-1

12: Show Off (Meier, Silva)123/15-1

13: Three Buttons Down (Ochoa, McFarlane) 123/15-1

TART N SMART drops in class and distance with good early speed and could be tough to beat if gelding finds the Canterbury track to his liking coming in from Evangeline Downs. HUMAN ERASER surprised most all of us winning last out at 26-1 showing good early foot pressing the pace before dueling and holding on. HAVA CIGAR got off to a slow start but rushed up for late gain to grab runner-up trophy last out.

9 About 1 1/16 miles. fillies and mares. Stakes. Purse: $50,000.

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1: Happy Hour Honey (Butler, Rhone)116/4-1

2: Morgans a Blumin (Bell, Robertson)118/5-1

3: It’s Tamareno (Canchari, Scherbenske)116/6-1

4: Bert’slittlesister (Keith, Rengstorf)116/12-1

5: Keewatin Ice (Rivera, Scherer)118/6-1

6: Talkin Bout (Velazquez, Scherer)123/8-1

7: Congrats and Roses (Eikleberry, Robertson)118/8-1

8: Sasha’s Fierce (Martin, Brueggemann)118/10-1

9: Grace of Greatness (Martinez, Robertson)116/7-2

I think the race sets up perfectly for a closer, and the Robertson barn has two late kickers who I’m leaning toward in the Princess Elaine Stakes. MORGAN’S A BLUMIN gets the edge over GRACE OF GREATNESS, who stretches out after coming up short with late interest in missing the money at 7½ furlongs last out. Grace of Greatness ran third last year as the favorite in this race. IT’S TAMARENO shows a lot of class and won a dirt sprint last out in first race of the meet.

10 About 1 1/16 miles. Open stakes. Purse: $50,000.

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1: Ghost Dance (Canchari, Porter)118/10-1

2: Bobble Doit (Butler, Rhone)118/10-1

3: Mack’s Tiger Paw (Vergara, Biehler)116/15-1

4: Bigdaddywarbucks (Rivera, Van Winkle)116/15-1

5: Eurasian (Franco, Oliver)116/12-1

6: Jaival (Martin, Lund)116/6-1

7: Freedom First (Goodwin, Donlin)116/12-1

8: Mack’s Blackhawk (Keith, Biehler)118/4-1

9: Tubby Time (Bell, Robertson)118/7-2

10: Wolsfeld Woods (Luark, Ranwick)116/30-1

11: Coconino Slim (Martinez, Robertson)123/4-1

TUBBY TIME is the defending champ once again in the Blair’s Cove Stakes and will seek his third straight title with his late flying run. A lackluster performance last out on soft footing shouldn’t be a concern today. MACK’S BLACKHAWK was way over his head last out in Grade 3 race at Churchill Downs and should enjoy reuniting with today’s local company sitting off the pace for first attack. COCONINO SLIM has good early speed but will have to break alertly and get out quickly starting from the far outside to get the anticipated lead.

11 1 mile 70 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $4,000. Purse: $9,000.

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1: Cachemassa Creek (Butler, Donlin)123/9-2

2: Dontmesroundwitjim (Martin, Silva)123/6-1

3: Mischief Mo (Delorme, Pfeifer)123/15-1

4: Mr. Rancho Vista (Canchari, Martinez)123/4-1

5: Magnet Cove (Franco, Tracy)123/10-1

6: The Quinnster (Meier, Donlin)123/5-1

7: Jersey Devil (Stevens, Rhone)123/15-1

8: Winningcherokee (Goodwin, Brinson)123/6-1

9: Dean Doesn’t Know (Luark, Bolinger)123/15-1

10: Timber Hills (Shaw, Sheehan)123/20-1

11: Jack and Max (Velazquez, Scherer)123/12-1

12: Ballet Way (Shepherd, Danger)123/20-1

13: Last Tribute (Rivera, Bolinger) 123/15-1

Wide open nightcap but siding with DONTMESROUNDWITJIM will need a short memory coming off his worst race of his career last out in the slop. Previous speed figures tower over the field so look for improved effort on fast track. MR. RANCHO VISTA took the lead but was caught late last out and will attempt the same running style once again but should expect company up front. WINNINGCHEROKEE and CACHEMASSA CREEK are major players who have the ability to swoop by pacesetters.

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