Johnny Love's Friday Canterbury Park line

  • Updated: June 28, 2013 - 1:03 AM

JOHNNY LOVE’S CANTERBURY LINE

Post time: 6:30 p.m. Best bet: Crimsonexpectation (3rd race). Best play: 50 cent Pick 4—Race 3 (2/1,2,3,5,7,(9,10,12)/2,3,5/All), $52.50.

1 330 yards. 2-year-olds. Maiden claiming $7,500. Purse: $7,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: My Streakin Runaway (Buening, Johnson)122/12-1

2: Fastbacbaby (Arroyo, Livingston)122/8-1

3: Made for Romance (Smith, Hunt)122/12-1

4: Miss Jessie Six (Torres, Clevenger)122/10-1

5: Lil Corona Swingin (Luark, Svendsen)122/15-1

6: Rc Fast Dasher (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson)122/7-2

7: Gold Medal Cowgirl (Shaw, Johnson)122/4-1

8: First Royal Tac (Smith, Blair)122/3-1

9: Prayin for Daylight (Ruiz, Sharp)122/5-1

FIRST ROYAL TAC is a candidate to move forward for Blair barn after failing to respond last out. RC FAST DASHER fought bravely in lone start and looks to take another step forward. GOLD MEDAL COWGIRL took a step backward last out but could be tough if regains previous form.

2 330 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $13,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Safari Sunset (Torres, Charette-Hill)126/7-2

2: Bac by Demand (Ruiz, Livingston)124/8-1

3: Eye M a Pistol (Smith, Clevenger)126/5-1

4: Tygers Painted Girl (Smith, Hunt)124/4-1

5: Miss Racy First Down (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson)124/6-1

6: Icebluewave (Luark, Hardy)124/3-1

7: Shining Minute (Hadley, Willis)124/5-1

SAFARI SUNSET gets the nod for hottest trainer/jockey combo of the meet. MISS RACY FIRST DOWN surged late to get up for victory last effort. TYGERS PAINTED GIRL should be in the mix after troubled start last out.

3 5 furlongs. fillies. Maiden special weight. Purse: $30,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Echo Canyon (Shaw, Johnson)118/5-1

2: Crimsonexpectation (Butler, Rengstorf)118/5-2

3: Sophie’s Cupcake (Goodwin, Rengstorf)118/4-1

4: Thunder and Honey (Stevens, Rhone)118/3-1

5: Reckless Rita (Eikleberry, Johnson)118/5-1

6: One Won Eleven (Olesiak, Peters)118/5-1

A few ways to go with this group of first timers. Trainer Rengstorf has a couple of runners entered in CRIMSONEXPECTATION and SOPHIE’S CUPCAKE. Give edge to Crimsonexpectation with Butler at the helm and a bullet drill in training. ECHO CANYON should show early speed off the rail and has some things to like from her training sessions.

4 About 7½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $20,000. Purse: $19,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Gentle as a Breeze (Butler, Rhone)119/3-1

2: Quote to Cash (Canchari, Robertson)123/10-1

3: Corporate Charlie (Stevens, Mankin)123/5-2

4: Victory Sled (Martin, Riecken)123/20-1

5: Mister Bernstein (Bell, Robertson)123/4-1

6: Cash Call Al (Franco, Hanson)119/9-2

7: Noah and O (Eikleberry, Padilla)123/8-1

8: Bill’s Hat Trick (Keith, Rengstorf)123/12-1

MISTER BERNSTEIN won last out when taken off the turf, as was the case two back when missed hitting the board. Would love for race to remain on the grass today where he does best running. GENTLE AS A BREEZE will get ground-saving stalking trip off the rail for dangerous Rhone/Butler team, which has hit the money gimmicks past four starts. TRAGIC MAGIC, EL SOMBRE, and LAYOVER IN SEATTLE are all must use if get in off AE list due to scratches.

5 About 11⁄16 miles. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $27,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Here Comes Henry (Shepherd, Weir)122/12-1

2: Morganouska (Eikleberry, Silva)122/5-1

3: Nolangrant’skitten (Velazquez, Scherer)122/4-1

4: Klipit (Canchari, Scherbenske)122/9-2

5: Al Musaddad (Keith, Biehler)122/3-1

6: Smokem Gray (Goodwin, Scherbenske)122/10-1

7: Policio (Stevens, Mankin)122/8-1

8: Why Frank (Rivera, Oliver)122/5-1

MORGANOUSKA has been a consistent runner on the main track but we could see better on the lawn for the Silva/Eikleberry team. Should managed a forward position to press the pace to be in the mix down the stretch. NOLANGRANT’SKITTEN has won past two on the turf with place/show runners last race both winning next out. Deep closer will be flying late picking up the pieces. AL MUSADDAD is the M/L favorite but think best running is done on the main track, where he is coming off a couple of solid place honors.

6 5 furlongs. 2-year-olds. Maiden special weight. Purse: $25,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Loadherupletherrip (Eikleberry, Rengstorf)118/9-2

2: Sweet Sammie (Butler, Bravo)118/5-1

3: War Memories (Shepherd, Rengstorf)118/8-1

4: Designer Legs (Velazquez, Scherer)118/6-1

5: Omega Mason (Vergara, Biehler)118/5-1

6: Enact (Meier, Schnell)118/7-2

7: Nothing But Me (Keith, Biehler)118/3-1

Looks like Race 2 except for two second time starters. SWEET SAMMIE lone start looked to be a educational one and should move forward off that effort. ENACT chased the pace in holding pattern remaining second the entire trip to the wire. Fractions were not the quickest for 5 furlongs. LOADHERUPLETHERIP and WAR MEMORIES are the two first timers I’m using on tickets for the Rengstorf stable.

7 1 mile 70 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $6,250. Purse: $10,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Rivalry (Eikleberry, Rengstorf)118/2-1

2: T. Thomas (Butler, Rengstorf)123/5-2

3: Fermin Es Elegante (Meier, Silva)118/8-5

4: City Delivery (Canchari, Bethke)123/8-1

5: Brassy Cash (Escobar, Ibarra)118/12-1

6: Chatty Lou (Canchari, Canchari)123/15-1

Three deep to start the featured Late Pick 4. FERMIN Es ELEGANTE could be the one to catch controlling the speed up front and is coming off place honors after being in the lead early on. T. THOMAS should enjoy class relief and would love nothing more than to view a pace battle up front with his late closing kick. RIVALRY will be rolling late as well with a inside trip.

8 6 furlongs. open. Claiming $7,500. Purse: $10,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Wintpay (Butler, Rhone)123/7-2

2: Cheap Chocolate (Stevens, McShane)123/6-1

3: Appeals the Deal (Keith, Biehler)123/4-1

4: Bold Raider (Escobar, Cole)123/6-1

5: Hes a Preacher (Olesiak, Wekseth)119/2-1

6: Prairie Appeal (Delorme, Danger)123/15-1

7: Maharaja (Ochoa, Brinson)123/6-1

HES A PREACHER won easily last out as lone speed while drawing away to 7 length victory. Looks to be the one to catch once again. MAHARAJA won two back pressing the pace before taking over in wide margin victory. That victory was followed up with a dull effort running at today’s distance but would be tough to beat with reprise of that winning performance. WINTPAY has been on the shelf since last August, and he paid dividends in last four outings.

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

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Duke Deluxe (Goodwin, Donlin)123/7-2

2: Sunset Kid (Shaw, McFadden)123/20-1

3: Erv the Banker (Stevens, Rengstorf)123/6-1

4: King of Rhythm (Eikleberry, Donlin)123/10-1

5: Redneck Richie (Keith, Biehler)123/3-1

6: Yes He’s a Pistol (Meier, McFarlane)123/20-1

7: Charging Home (Canchari, Brinson)123/6-1

8: I’m the Gold (Martin, Litfin)123/12-1

9: Tymaker (Bell, Lund)123/8-1

10: Sweetest Rhythm (Escobar, Brueggemann)123/8-1

REDNECK RICHIE could steal this race up front as lone speed and will enjoy cutting back in distance after finishing second as the chalk. DUKE DELUXE should make a late inside bid coming off the rail who should be sitting closer up front before making final move. Had three victories in four attempts here last summer. CHARGING HOME drops in class and distance coming off the turf and has tactical speed to possibly press the pace and attack if ready to fire.

10 1 mile 70 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $12,500. Purse: $11,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: De Bala (Bell, McKenzie)123/6-1

2: Faceted Storm (Meier, Rengstorf)118/12-1

3: Luxury and Glitter (Velazquez, Sweere)123/9-2

4: Sal’z Romeo (Martin, Troche)118/4-1

5: Dunoon (Butler, Bolinger)123/10-1

6: Smart Masterpiece (P/Canchari, L.Canchari)123/12-1

7: Slew City Sin (Rhone, Arterburn)123/7-2

8: Brassy’s Blessing (Escobar, Ibarra)123/3-1

BRASSY’S BLESSING ran a hard-fought second last out on the drop after a slow start and should have a nice pace battle up front for late closing kick. LUXURY AND GLITTER plunges in class with early speed and might of found the ideal spot to get the long-awaited first victory. SLEW CITY SIN had brief late lead before weakening to fourth as the favorite last out against some of today’s foes.

For more on Love’s picks follow him at www.exoticplays.com or @StribLove on Twitter.

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