Post time: 1:30 p.m. Best bet: Giacomo Girl (10th race). Best play: 50-center Pick 4 (7th race): 2,5,6,7/2,4,5,6,8,10/1,2,3,6,8/7, $60.00.

1 110 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Purse: $15,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Red Hot Zoomer (Luark, Hardy)126/9-2

2: Ja Joanies Fly Boy (Wellington, Willis)124/4-1

3: Runaway With Cartel (Ricardo, Hanson)126/10-1

4: Jess Do It Girl (Von Rosen, Hanson)124/12-1

5: Trs Dashin Rona (Buening, Sayre)126/8-1

6: Safari Sunset (S. Smith, Charette-Hill)126/5-1

7: Stone Cottrell (Torres, Charette-Hill)126/7-2

8: Seis Got Zoom (Shaw, Weidner)124/20-1

9: Trs a Classy Dash (Canchari, Sayre)126/12-1

10: Eye M a Pistol (Eikleberry, Clevenger)126/12-1

Tough to go against the two Charette-Hill runners in SAFARI SUNSET and STONE COTTRELL. I'll put Safari Sunset on top for better payout but stablemate is strictly the one to beat. JA JOANIES FLY BOY will be the biggest threat to the top two but will need to break alertly in this 110-yard sprint.

2 220 yards. 2-year-olds. Maiden. Purse: $11,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Beattie Feathers (Wellington, Willis)122/2-1

2: Impeccable Ivory (Luark, Hunt)122/10-1

3: Sucha Heroine (Eikleberry, Blair)122/10-1

4: Pyc Investment (Torres, Charette-Hill)122/7-2

5: Burnt Ivory (Ricardo, Hanson)122/5-1

6: Guess Who Drew (Bell, Wessels)122/6-1

7: Separate Fantasy (Buening, Johnson)122/10-1

8: For Your First Lady (S. Smith, Hunt)122/8-1

PSY INVESTMENT displays the best numbers in the field and could well be the second part to the Charette-Hill Daily Double to start the card. BEATTIE FEATHERS could prove tough if regains form from two back, where he led early before holding on to second. BURNT IVORY and GUESS WHO DREW are major players and must-use on tickets.

3 About 5 furlongs. Turf. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $20,000. Purse: $18,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Pomerosa Prospect (Shepherd, Silva)123/6-1

2: John Galt (Butler, Domenosky)123/2-1

3: Diamond Okie (Eikleberry, Oberlander)123/3-1

4: Policio (Stevens, Mankin)123/4-1

5: Karber (A. Canchari, Litfin)119/8-1

6: K Court (Martin, Green)119/15-1

7: Successful Touch (Bell, Asmussen)119/10-1

8: The M Is Silent (Von Rosen, Martinez)119/20-1

DIAMOND OKIE could be tough to beat and catch if he can transfer form and speed in his first attempt on the turf. POMEROSA PROSPECT should make up ground starting off the rail after failing to bid with usual late close versus tougher in allowance race. JOHN GALT ran in holding pattern for the most part at this distance last out. Gets positive jockey switch to Butler today.

4 5½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $4,000. Purse: $9,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Tymaker (Escobar, Lund)123/15-1

2: Great Bam (A. Canchari, Brinson)123/4-1

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

4: Aurorin Shot (Stevens, Johnson)123/10-1

5: Hidden Blessing (Eikleberry, Silva)123/3-1

6: Schillerthekiller (S. Smith, Rarick)123/7-2

7: Douglass (Ochoa, Schnell)119/15-1

8: Sugardazzle (Olesiak, Wekseth)123/20-1

9: Covert Mission (Hernandez, Perez)118/30-1

10: Yes Sir Officer (Goodwin, Brueggemann)123/8-1

11: Musical Deputy (Von Rosen, Lund)123/10-1

HIDDEN BLESSING plunges in class off the turf and should be tough if returns to form from this past spring at Santa Anita. SCHILLERTHEKILLER was a well-bet disappointment last out as the chalk finishing off the board. Hopefully gets back in the picture today. GREAT BAM also finished out of the money as the favorite. Needs to regain form from the winter Hawthorne meet; could put this field away if does.

5 6 furlongs. State-bred. Fillies and mares. Maiden claiming $15,000. Purse: $12,650.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Connie Lee (Escobar, Bethke)119/10-1

2: Need a Bailout (Olesiak, C. Smith)123/5-2

3: Nix Twilite Star (Brown, Backhaus)123/15-1

4: Holy White Socks (Swiontek, Weir)118/8-1

5: Demi'suptowngirl (Martin, Rampadarat)119/8-1

6: Temporary High (Vergara, Lund)119/6-1

7: Shal Pal's Castle (Hernandez, Fauchald)114/3-1

8: Docs Miss Victory (A. Canchari, Rarick)123/4-1

NEED A BAILOUT has four solid works coming into this head-scratcher of a race. Looks to be the one to catch. SHAL PAL'S CASTLE ran a distant second in lone start this year at a huge price at this level. HOLY WHITE SOCKS and TEMPORARY HIGH take massive class drops after being in way over their heads in maiden special weight last out.

6 6½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $6,250. Purse: $10,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Sun's Out (Bell, O'Callaghan)123/6-1

2: Brother Dr. Bob (Velazquez, Scherer)119/8-1

3: Unusual Mystery (Eikleberry, Silva)123/6-1

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

5: Barcelona Kid (A. Canchari, Rengstorf)123/4-1

6: Bad Boy Charlie (Keith, Biehler)119/9-2

7: Blothefeld Away (Escobar, Robertson)119/12-1

8: Holiday Flight (Stevens, Johnson)119/5-1

9: Cheap Chocolate (Shepherd, McShane)123/12-1

BAD BOY CHARLIE made up ground winning last out in with plenty left in the tank, so extra half-furlong today shouldn't be a issue. BARCELONA KID surprised everyone by running second at over 50-1 last out with the cutback in distance; might have turned the corner with that effort. HOLIDAY FLIGHT should find himself on the lead with lack of group speed and could be tough to catch if able to ration early speed.

7 About 7½ furlongs. Turf. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $34,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Show Off (Hernandez, Silva)114/20-1

2: National (Stevens, Silva)121/6-1

3: Ol Winedrinker Who (Eikleberry, Ashford)119/6-1

4: Just Jebicah (Rhone, Arterburn)119/5-1

5: I Stand Alone (Franco, Ashford)115/4-1

6: Breezy Point (Velazquez, Scherer)119/7-2

7: Heliskier (Bell, Robertson)119/2-1

HELISKIER returns for first time since his stumble out of the gate in first career loss. Not bred well for the turf but gets top billing for class superiority over the others. I STAND ALONE's only turf start was a strong-finishing silver medal after a walk out of the gate. Has two bullet works entering today. NATIONAL is a money-making machine. Has won five of his past six but none came on the turf.

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

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Mischief Mo (Goodwin, Pfeifer)123/20-1

2: Morganouska (Eikleberry, Silva)123/7-2

3: Last Tribute (A. Canchari, Bolinger)123/15-1

4: Lexington Park (Bell, Rarick)123/8-1

5: Seven Torrents (Vergara, Lund)123/6-1

6: Backtrack (Velazquez, Scherer)123/5-1

7: Blumin Won (Olesiak, Wekseth)123/8-1

8: Jaco Red (Stevens, Ashford)123/6-1

9: Thunderdo (Franco, Rhone)123/12-1

10: Miles Heir (Martin, Litfin)123/9-2

MORGANOUSKA should be tough with the class relief coming off a fourth-place finish running wide in allowance race. JACO RED gets back on the turf, where he has done his best running in tougher fields on the West Coast; attracts Stevens as the pilot. LEXINGTON PARK was usually in the hunt at Turf Paradise but never able to finish the job. Change of scenery with Bell aboard could change that today.

9 About 1⅜ miles. Turf. 3-year-olds and up. Starter optional claiming. Purse: $17,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Waronthehomefront (Keith, Biehler)121/2-1

2: Nolangrant'skitten (Velazquez, Scherer)119/9-2

3: Grizzled Robert (Franco, Robertson)119/6-1

4: Vini Vidi Vinci (Goodwin, Sweere)119/10-1

5: Nic a Jack (Shepherd, Litfin)119/6-1

6: Porfido (Stevens, McFarlane)119/5-1

7: Jix (Rivera, Pfeifer)119/15-1

8: Chisenau (Eikleberry, Silva)121/5-1

WARONTHEHOMEFRONT has won six of past seven with only loss coming by a nose. Has had numerous jockeys and barn exchanges during this period, which makes this versatile gelding something special. NOLANGRANT'SKITTEN is a reliable late closer who has three wins in past five efforts and narrowly missed last out flying late. CHISNEAU failed to respond last out after consecutive late closing victories, but should enjoy the added distance today if ready.

10 5½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $4,000. Purse: $9,000.

#/Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Boot N It (Canchari, Martinez)123/9-2

2: Doc's Fu Peg (Von Rosen, Diodoro)123/12-1

3: Blue Ra Ra (Hernandez, Svendsen)118/7-2

4: A J Tango (Escobar, Lund)123/8-1

5: Momentime (Canchari, L. Canchari)123/10-1

6: Ryan's Miracle (Swiontek, Lund)118/15-1

7: Giacomo Girl (Stevens, Rarick)123/3-1

8: Strategic Star (Arroyo, Riecken)123/12-1

9: Dusty's Wonder (Shepherd, Wilson)119/5-1

GIACOMO GIRL ran wide last out; expect better trip today with Stevens remaining aboard on the class drop. Shows the most consistent speed figures in this unreliable field. BLUE RA RA ran well last out and just missed hitting the board after some dull performances in previous three starts. BOOT N IT does have two victories in past five starts but against much weaker fields at Turf Paradise.

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