Post time: 5 p.m. Lock of the day: Khaki Jack (7th race). Value play of the day: Golden Eyed Queen (6th race). Big score: 50-cent Pick 5 ticket— Race 4, (1,4,7/1,4,8,9,10/1,3,6/8/5,6), $45.00.

1 About 5 furlongs. Turf. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming: $12,500. Purse: $31,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt./Odds

1: Emerald Princess (Evans, Robertson) 117/6-1

2: Cynical Girl (Chirinos, Robertson) 122/3-1

3: Toreno (Juarez Jr., Cappellucci) 122/2-1

4: Final Form (Haar, Backhaus) 122/9-2

5: Knight's Honor (Eikleberry, Richard) 117/8-1

6: Modern Muse (Lindsay, Lawrence) 122/7-2

TORENO has seven wins in her career. None of those wins were on the turf, but her breeding suggests she should take to it. Cappellucci continues to produce live runners. FINAL FORM likes to win, having won nine of 20 starts. Her 2021 campaign has started a little slowly and was claimed last time out. CYNICAL GIRL broke her maiden at the distance but the maiden score is her only win.

2 1 mile. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $5,000. Purse: $12,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt./Odds

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

2: City Gone Country (Harr, LBackhaus) 122/9-2

3: Twilight Galaxy (Valenzuela, Rosin) 122/7-2

4: Beautiful Babe (Kennedy, Diodoro) 122/4-1

5: Memorable Angel (Hamilton, Rarick) 122/8-1

6: Get One More (Arroyo, Rengstorf) 119/5-1

7: Coco Loco Mama (Juarez Jr., Moreno) 122/10-1

SNEAKY DIANNE gets the rail and Eikleberry. Should be able to sit just off the pacesetters and make a move in the stretch. GET ONE MORE woke up in last winning easily in her first start with Rengstorf. Questioning if she can pair up that last performance. BEAUTIFUL BABE took 13 starts to break her maiden. That win was the first start with the Diodoro barn so maybe he found the key to the turnaround.

3 About 1 mile. Turf. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Starter optional claiming: $5,000. Purse: $17,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt./Odds

1: Papa Rizzo (Hamilton, Roberts) 122/5-1

2: Its a Boy (Fuentes, Richard) 122/7-2

3: Calculated Risker (Eikleberry, Litfin) 122/8-1

4: Norco (Arroyo, Pfeifer) 117/12-1

5: Sierra Hotel (Kennedy, Broberg) 122/6-1

6: Shinny (Wade, Diodoro) 124/2-1

7: Candy Cove (Quinonez, Padilla) 122/9-2

SHINNY is well bred for the lawn and has tactical speed which should allow him to work out a nice trip off the speed horses. SIERRA HOTEL stretches out after trying a turf sprint in his first local start of the season. Did well on the Canterbury grass last summer but might be off form. ITS A BOY will be coming from way out of it but if the early fractions are hot, he'll have a chance.

4 6½ furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming: $20,000. Purse: $32,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt./Odds

1: Astronaut Oscar (Quinonez, Van Winkle) 124/7-2

2: J. E.'s Handmedown (Eikleberry, Flores) 122/5-1

3: Bring Me a Check (Hamilton, Bethke) 122/6-1

4: Big League Benny (Wade, Diodoro) 122/5-2

5: Make Me Blush (Juarez Jr., Rarick) 124/8-1

6: Skol Factor (Evans, Robertson) 122/12-1

7: Cyril's Boy (Canchari, Robertson) 122/9-2

8: Mine My Time (Kennedy, Diodoro) 122/10-1

CYRIL'S BOY has a good tactical running style with a race loaded with early speed. Should sit right behind the leaders and pounce late with the added distance. BIG LEAGUE BENNY is another who will appreciate the pace setup. Had a slower start than usual in his last start which hurt his chances. ASTRONAUT OSCAR is on a roll, having won three of past four wire-to-wire. Will get more pressure up front today.

5 6 furlongs. State-bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $35,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Roverton (R. Fuentes, Rengstorf) 119/15-1

2: Heavenly Gazebo (Arroyo, Tranquilino) 114/9-2

3: A P Gunner (Negron, Donlin) 119/15-1

4: Mynameis Prince (Juarez Jr., Rarick) 124/3-1

5: Itwasthedevilsidea (Harr, Stuart) 124/12-1

6: Jeromieo (Vega, Riecken) 119/10-1

7: Holdentight (L. Fuentes, Bethke) 119/15-1

8: Bayou Benny (Quinonez, Rengstorf) 119/4-1

9: Johnny Up (Chirinos, Robertson) 119/6-1

10: Getcha (Hamilton, Berndt) 119/5-1

JOHNNY UP is bred to be a sprinter. His damn has produced a handful of nice sprinters and the sire's first-time starters win at 14%. Could be fast on debut. BAYOU BENNY is another well-bred first-time starter but might prefer two turns to sprinting. ROVERTON encountered an outside post and a muddy track in first start as a three-year-old. Gets rail and probably hoping for a fast track today.

6 About 5 furlongs. Turf. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $30,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt./Odds

1: Faded Memories (Eikleberry, Flores) 119/3-1

2: Fortheloveoflydia (Negron, Robertson) 119/10-1

3: Golden Eyed Queen (Chirinos, Lund) 124/6-1

4: Church Service (Harr, Cline) 119/2-1

5: Flatteringapplause (Quinonez, Heitzmann) 119/4-1

6: Peak of Chic (Canchari, Robertson) 119/5-1

7: Includeanattitude (Valenzuela, Litfin) 119/15-1

GOLDEN EYED QUEEN tries the turf for the first time after drawing the rail in her first two races of her career. Her speed is a plus and Lund excels in turf sprints. FADED MEMORIES has had many chances but experience might be beneficial in this field full of inexperience. PEAK OF CHIC makes her second start for Robertson and switches surfaces. Could see improved effort.

7 6 furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $10,000. Purse: $13,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt./Odds

1: One Tough Charlie (Negron, Hutchinson) 124/6-1

2: Prince Leo (Lindsay, Van Winkle) 124/8-1

3: Demigod (Arroyo, Rengstorf) 119/15-1

4: Jimmy's Marco (Haar, Backhaus) 124/9-2

5: Holy Muchacho (L. Fuentes, Flores) 124/3-1

6: Silver Dash (Mawing, Sterling, Jr.) 124/10-1

7: Waco Kid (R. Fuentes, Litfin) 119/12-1

8: Khaki Jack (Eikleberry, Broberg) 119/9-5

KHAKI JACK drops in half in claiming price for Broberg who wins at 31% with this move. Has tactical speed and should be able to adjust to the pace scenario. ONE TOUGH CHARLIE showed speed in his races last year but hasn't returned in 2021 with the same early foot. If he breaks on top , he could get brave like he did in his maiden win. HOLY MUCHACHO has raced against better in the past and keeps dropping in class. May have found his ideal level.

8 About 7½ furlongs. Turf. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming: $25,000. Purse: $19,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt./Odds

1: Platinum Hallway (Negron, Cappellucci) 119/10-1

2: Timber Lady (Arroyo, Bedford) 119/15-1

3: Baildon (Mawing, Litfin) 124/12-1

4: Note Pad (Eikleberry, Berndt) 124/6-1

5: Majestic Ice (R. Fuentes, Lund) 124/9-2

6: Daigle (Wade, Rengstorf) 124/5-2

7: Kissmelips (Lindsay, Van Winkle) 119/5-1

8: She's Xtremely Hot (Quinonez, Robertson) 124/4-1

9: Danzig Star (Canchari, Litfin) 124/15-1

MAJESTIC ICE has been sprinting on the turf with some success. Tries two turns for the second time but breeding screams, "no problem." DAIGLE won easily last time out on the turf but was disqualified due to an incident on the turn. Moves up in class in return. KISSMELIPS raced against softer in first two starts of her career but is bred to like the turf. Improvement is not out of the question.