Post time: 6:30 p.m. Best bet: Great River Skier (9th race). Best play: 50-cent Pick 4— Race 6, (1,4,5,6,7/3,4,5,8/2,5,6,7,8/2), $50.00.

1 350 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $14,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Corona Rattler (Swiontek, Livingston)124/6-1

2: Ms Kool O Toole (Pinon, Hardy)126/10-1

3: Royal Diamond Cartel (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson)124/5-1

4: Ima Lil Tom Cat (Luark, Olmstead)126/6-1

5: Walkin Thru Ice (Eikleberry, Johnson)124/10-1

6: Cowboy Sexy (S. Smith, Hunt)124/2-1

7: Mr Investment Junior (Torres, Charette-Hill)124/5-2

MR INVESTMENT JUNIOR has been on the bench since April but enters with consecutive bullet drills in the morning. COWBOY SEXY drew away late on the sloppy track while breaking his maiden last out. ROYAL DIAMOND CARTEL settled for second best last out after losing late lead.

2 300 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden. Purse $13,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: King of All Games (Eikleberry, Johnson)124/8-1

2: After All a Blurr (Goodwin, LaVanway)126/8-1

3: Crashed On Corona (Golibrzuch, Miller)124/7-5

4: Ls Little Effort (S. Smith, Johnson)124/5-1

5: Shakemupbayb (Swiontek, Black)124/12-1

6: Well Heeled Magoo (Richard, Fennell)124/10-1

7: Afterallitseasy (Delorme, McKinley)126/7-2

8: Tricky Tip (Luark, McKinley)126/20-1

CRASHED ON CORONA has scored place honors last two efforts. AFTERALLITSEASY is consistent runner who usually gets a share. AFTER ALL A BURR is eligible for improvement after finishing fifth off the three year sabbatical.

3 7½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $20,000. Purse: $14,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: R K’s Afleet (Lopez, Sweere)123/15-1

2: Cernobbio (Eikleberry, Brinson)123/9-2

3: Gray Satellite (Velazquez, Sweere)123/8-1

4: Not Allowed (Keith, McKinley)119/20-1

5: Hartford Road (Richard, McFarlane)119/12-1

6: Crossed Boundary (Escobar, Sweere)123/4-1

7: English Gent (Carreno, Rhone)123/12-1

8: Summer Soldier (Hernandez, Ritter)119/15-1

9: Flying Open (Franco, Keen)123/10-1

10: Bluffs Edge (Butler, Rhone)123/3-1

11: Schindlers Risk (Fackler, Schindler)123/8-1

BLUFFS EDGE should enjoy the cutback in distance while showing early initiative from outside draw, came up tad short two weeks ago with three wide bid. CROSSED BOUNDARY has been training steadily for return to the local track off the 10 month absence, most likely is the pace setter to catch. GRAY SATELLITE is a threat to upset the field if gets ideal trip schlepping behind a quick tempo.

4 7½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming $35,000. Purse $32,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Blues Edge (Butler, Rhone)121/6-1

2: Fiona Cat (Carreno, Bravo)121/12-1

3: Aaron’s Belt (Franco, Weir)123/10-1

4: B J’s Angel (Goncalves, Scherer)119/8-1

5: Zipso Facto (Vergara, Granitz)119/9-2

6: Talkin Bout (Velazquez, Scherer)119/8-1

7: Star’s Woman (Richard, McFarlane)115/12-1

8: Dear Fay (Sanchez, Robertson)119/7-2

9: Enlightened (Eikleberry, Lund)119/10-1

10: Fine Assay (Murphy, Scherer)119/6-1

AARON’S BELT comes off impressive stakes win by flying from the clouds late at 43-1, won’t get those odds today but still should get a nice price. DEAR FAY narrowly missed with her late closing kick and losing the lead late to Aaron’s Belt, overcame adversity with extreme wide trip and appears the one to beat on paper. BLUES EDGE exits same stakes race after dull effort but gets positive jockey switch with Dean Butler at the helm.

5 5 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $12,500. Purse $11,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Unobtainium (Carreno, Diodoro)123/6-1

2: My Stone (Eikleberry, Chambers)123/2-1

3: Timetogivein (Delorme, McFarlane)119/5-1

4: Kon Rasy (Canchari, Berndt)119/9-2

5: Yes by Gold (Goodwin, Sheehan)119/8-1

6: Discreet Prince (Vergara, Diodoro)119/5-2

MY STONE ran a strong second off the two year layoff and could be tough up front second time out with the cutback in distance. TIMETOGIVEIN should get the perfect setup for first attack shadowing the expected pace battle in front of him. UNOBTAINIUM looms the late closing threat while gathering momentum with ground saving rail trip.

6 5½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $10,000. Purse: $17,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Just Have’n Fun (Eikleberry, Diodoro)119/5-1

2: To B a Noitted (Franco, Rarick)119/10-1

3: My Crazy Dayse (Carreno, Riecken)119/15-1

4: Distinctly Mine (Goncalves, Amoss)119/5-2

5: Faith Rising (Butler, McShane)119/6-1

6: Wonder About Lola (Sanchez, Robertson)121/7-2

7: Pukaberry (Keith, Harris)119/9-2

8: My Funny Gal (Reid, McFarlane)115/10-1

WONDER ABOUT LOLA splashed her way to the lead and held on in the slop last out, freshened up with five works since. DISTINCTLY MINE chased but gave way in her Canterbury debut as the heavily bet favorite last effort, seasoned veteran should be ready to rebound. PUKABERRY is strictly the one to catch coming off a gate to wire win last out.

7 1 mile, 70 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $5,000. Purse: $12,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Tensaw (Richard, Donlin)119/6-1

2: Hitchismyname (Velazquez, Bends)121/8-1

3: Steep Paladin (Goncalves, Amoss)119/9-2

4: Grand Avenue (Franco, Shaw)119/5-2

5: Bixley (Vergara, Diodoro)119/5-1

6: Silver Halo (Escobar, Troche)119/15-1

7: Distort This (Hernandez, LaVanway)119/20-1

8: Raton Pass (Eikleberry, Rarick)119/3-1

RATON PASS steps up a notch after 11 length victory last out after dueling for most the way, doesn’t need the lead but might as well grab it with lack of field speed. GRAND AVENUE returns to the main track where he boasts consecutive wins at two turns, talented enough to return to the winner’s circle. BIXLEY stumbled out of the gate but regain composure and picked off his rivals one by one to a eight length victory.

8 5½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse $30,000

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Sunday Prohibition (Sanchez, Rengstorf)117/10-1

2: Fusaichi Kid (Butler, Rhone)121/6-1

3: Nesterenko Ridge (Carreno, Rhone)121/8-1

4: Ceeya Tuesday (Goncalves, McShane)121/8-1

5: Let Da Cowboy Rock (Richard, Donlin)123/6-1

6: Paradise Rock (Franco, Lund)121/3-1

7: Flying Frank (Murphy, Padilla)117/7-2

8: Smoltz (Velazquez, Berndt)117/6-1

9: Deal Master (P.Canchari, L.Canchari)121/20-1

PARADISE ROCK is always in the hunt from start to finish but has been second best in all three starts this summer, looks to rebound for first win of the year. LET DA COWBOY ROCK enters with consecutive victories while holding on stubbornly to the wire, merits respect to get the triple. FLYING FRANK will be flying late and should benefit from contested fractions up front. SMOLTZ could prove tough in the scramble for the lead if regains form from two back where he won in front running fashion.

9 6½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $10,000. Purse $11,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Lookin At Larry (Murphy, Kane)123/6-1

2: Great River Skier (Goncalves, Amoss)123/2-1

3: Sam’s Silver Star (Richard, Rengstorf)123/3-1

4: L G Suprem (Butler, Fauchald)123/10-1

5: Regards (Joubert, Hanson)123/4-1

6: Royal Tramp (Keith, Biehler)123/7-2

GREAT RIVER SKIER drops for half the price with quick early foot and showing encouraging workouts coming in. SAM’S SILVER STAR is allowance dropper who will be rolling late unleashing a strong stretch run. REGARDS appears to be the one to catch in this small field but ability to get the distance is the question.