Post time: 6:30 p.m. Best bet: Go Go Eva (Race 8). Best play: 50-cent Pick 4, Race 7, (All/4/1,2,3,6,7/1,6), $60.

1 400 yards. State bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden. Purse: $13,000

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Streak N Azoom (Delgado, Haglund) 124/8-1

2: Pool Part Lilly (Bachicha Jr, Livingston) 124/10-1

3: Td Cartel Express (Delorme, McKinley) 124/12-1

4: Virgil Cole (Klaiber, Livingston) 124/6-1

5: Gramma Alice (Swiontek, Livingston) 124/5-2

6: Bringin Sixy Back (Esqueda, Clay) 124/7-2

7: Shakemupbayb (Johnson, Christenson) 126/7-2

8: Trigger Trash (Flores, LaZarre) 124/15-1

SHAKEMUPBAYB is alert gate breaker and could be long gone if unchallenged from the start. GRAMMA ALICE gets better with each race and comes off career best finish. BRINGIN SIXY BACK is another runner who keeps improving, just hasn’t hit the board yet.

2 300 yards. Open. 2-year-olds. Maiden. Purse: $11,500

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Ahhsome (Goodwin, Hunt) 122/12-1

2: Rolling in Roses (Delorme, Frey) 122/15-1

3: Eye Blue by You (Klaiber, Pride) 122/15-1

4: Marfilmio (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson) 122/3-1

5: Texas Eye (Swiontek, Hanson) 122/4-1

6: Cr Lota Girl (Velazquez, Olmstead) 122/6-1

7: Apollitical Diva (Esqueda, Harris) 122/10-1

8: Change of Heart (Pinon, Hunt) 122/6-1

9: Okey Wind (Bachicha Jr., Johnson) 122/15-1

10: Scf Scharging Traffic (Delgado, Hardy) 122/8-1

11: First Dashin James (Klaiber, Holdaway) 122/6-1

12: Apparent Danger (Swiontek, Swan) 122/20-1

13: Jk Wildcat Red (Esqueda, Laymon) 122/7-2

14: Bottle Up and Go (Delorme, Frey) 122/20-1

15: Ts My Last Dash (Suarez Ricardo, Willis) 122/20-1

MARFILMIO lost his rider out of the gate last out and could prove tough if duo finishes the race together. CR LOTA GIRL was out finished on a muddy track last effort and could move forward on fast surface. TEXAS EYE and CHANGE OF HEART are must use in this wide-open race.

3 1 mile. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $7,500. Purse: $14,500

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Sweet Tango (Ramgeet, Bethke) 120/4-1

2: Roada Wish (Evans, Martin) 120/12-1

3: My Crazy Dayse (Mojica, Riecken) 120/10-1

4: Emma Lea’s Song (Lindsay, Silva) 120/5-2

5: Chub’s Charmer (Mawing, Westermann) 120/8-1

6: Justeveryday (Escobar, Rhone) 120/12-1

7: Tactical Girl (Hernandez, McShane) 120/5-1

8: Klassy Klepper (Velazquez, Berndt) 120/7-2

SWEET TANGO should get ground saving speed trip, departing from the rail with her quick turn of foot. Should control the speed with a group of chasers in pursuit. EMMA LEA’S SONG was second best last out after overcoming some minor traffic troubles. Should be picking them off late. CHUB’S CHARMER gets major class relief and should be plenty fit in this field.

4 1 mile 70 yards. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming: $12,500. Purse: $30,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Handy Candy (Velazquez, Berndt) 120/5-1

2: Carlsbad Mountain (Mojica, Diodoro) 120/6-1

3: Leavinglosangeles (Mawing, Gordon) 122/8-1

4: Valeski (Butler, Riecken) 120/10-1

5: J P of Galilee (Loveberry, Hornsby) 120/9-2

6: Mystorynmstikntoit (Lindsay, Silva) 124/8-1

7: Slick as Ice (Sanchez, Padilla) 115/10-1

8: Two Chance (Delorme, Kirby) 120/12-1

9: Knights Nation (Mawing, House) 120/15-1

10: Moon Track (Goodwin, Scherer) 124/7-2

11: Transformative (Velazquez, Berndt) 120/6-1

12: Handsome Jackson (Hamilton, Oberlander) 120/12-1

13: Why Frank (Ramgeet, Oliver) 120/20-1

MYSTORYNMSTIKNTOIT moved away with every stride to a four length victory last out, and now moves up in class with full of confidence. CARLSBAD MOUNTAIN is all about speed and will be pushed along from the start on the lead, while attempting to protect it to the wire. MOON TRACK got the win last out after stalking the pace before taking over in impressive fashion down payoff alley. Deep field with many ways to go.

5 7½ furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Waiver claiming: $20,000. Purse: $20,000

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Herbie (Butler, Robertson)124/3-1

2: Ready Cat (Ramgeet, Bethke)124/10-1

3: Okie Spats (Delorme, Biehler)124/15-1

4: Carson’s Storm (Canchari, Canchari)124/12-1

5: Paschal (Goodwin, McFarlane)124/6-1

6: Awesome Emmit (Hamilton, Bravo)124/12-1

7: Change Anything (Hernandez, McKinley)124/30-1

8: Ismusbemyluckyday (Keith, Biehler)124/4-1

9: Mr. Arturo (Mojica, Bravo)124/10-1

10: Sitbackrelaxenjoy (Loveberry, Biehler)124/5-1

11: Gray Satellite (Velazquez, Sweere)124/20-1

12: Lootn and Shootn (Mawing, Bolinger)124/15-1

13: Rocket Joe Copper (Hernandez, Greve)124/10-1

14: K Kash (Sanchez, Stuart)119/15-1

HERBIE drops to a cheaper version after settling for the minor awards last two efforts. Probable one to catch to get the win for strong connections. SITBACKRELAXENJOY will uncork one big run and looms the late closing threat, just not sure if he will receive the pace scenario he’ll be looking for to swoop on. ISMUSBEMYLUCKYDAY and READY CAT are obvious dangers and must use on your tickets.

6 6 furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $4,000. Purse: $10,000

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Tripmeister (Lindsay, Anderson)124/8-1

2: Eddie Would Go (Mawing, Gordon)124/4-1

3: Flasha (Goodwin, Brinson)124/5-1

4: Corporate Charlie (Johnson, Bethke)119/20-1

5: Be My Shadow (Sanchez, Anderson)124/3-1

6: You Be Gator Bait (Delorme, Westermann)124/10-1

7: Redneck Richie (Lopez Jr., Cole)124/5-1

8: My Tip (Hernandez, Westermann)124/15-1

9: Benny’s Glory (Delgado, Rarick)124/8-1

10: Shogun Rua (Klaiber, Pfeifer)124/20-1

REDNECK RICHIE could prove tough if runs back to speed figures of last summer. Tough read with only four mediocre works for return race, but worth a look at a price. BENNY’S GLORY returns to the local track where he does his best running. Would benefit from contested fractions to descend on. BE MY SHADOW is your lukewarm M/L favorite, but prefer others after throwing in the towel last week for return race. FLASHA showed brief speed before fading badly last out and now drops to lowest level.

7 6 furlongs. State bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming: $10,000. Purse: $11,500

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Alittlebittwisted (Hamilton, Robertson)120/9-2

2: Sweet Spring (Mawing, Peters)120/12-1

3: Supermans Bodgit (Shepherd, Wiley)120/20-1

4: Brave Honor (Delorme, Pfeifer)120/15-1

5: Dark Captain (Loveberry, Wiley)124/6-1

6: Big Boy Sam (Goodwin, Olmstead)120/12-1

7: Taz Warrior (Escobar, Danger)124/20-1

8: Cats Stormy Native (Lindsay, Bethke)120/8-1

9: Rino Boy (Velazquez, Sweere)124/5-1

10: Bumper’s Eleven (Bedford, Anderson)119/15-1

11: Duoos’ Wild (Hernandez, Silva)120/7-2

12: Logan’s Story (Williams, Becker)120/10-1

CATS STORMY NATIVE has speed numbers that keep improving each race and now drops for half the price. DUOOS’ WILD had to steady early in debut but showed some fight, getting up late for place honors. DARK CAPTAIN exits a runner-up effort and top jockey Loveberry remains aboard, showing faith in the gelding. Most wide open race of the night.

8 6½ furlongs. State bred. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden Claiming: $50,000. Purse: $23,000

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Morning Report (Hernandez, Westermann)120/5-1

2: Desert Lioness (Delorme, Rhone)120/12-1

3: Fair Lady Miss (Mojica, Bravo)120/4-1

4: Go Go Eva (Loveberry, Sheehan)120/2-1

5: Tahkodha Princes (Hamilton, Walker)124/10-1

6: Sheezaleader (Mawing, Rengstorf)120/8-1

7: Start a Ruckus (Butler, Rhone)120/3-1

GO GO EVA cuts back to sprinting after some minor award efforts routing. Should be on or near the pace in a group lacking speed. START A RUCKUS was in the mix last out, but gave way down the stretch, finishing off the board. Trainer Rhone gets his favorite jockey to ride, in hopes of turning the corner. MORNING REPORT will get ground saving rail trip when she comes rolling late to the dance.

9 1 mile. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $6,250. Purse: $12,500

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Rob’s Pal (Lindsay, Metz)124/3-1

2: At My Discretion (Mawing, Lund)124/2-1

3: Hansboro (Velazquez, Sweere)124/8-1

4: The Third Ace (Delorme, Riecken)124/5-1

5: Evening Concerto (Hernandez, Silva)124/10-1

6: Sam’s Silver Star (Loveberry, Rengstorf)124/12-1

7: Sheer Trick (Goodwin, Sheehan)124/4-1

ROB’S PAL went gate-to-wire last out after drawing the one post, why jump off the band wagon now. One to catch to get your picture taken. AT MY DISCRETION should appreciate stretching out to two turns where I think he does his best running. Seconditis last two races as the favorite, makes it tough for me to put on top. SHEER TRICK takes significant class drop off the turf.

10 5½ furlongs. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming: $6,250. Purse: $10,500

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: My Mel Mar (Mojica, Diodoro)120/8-5

2: Creative Doux (Sanchez, Metz)120/5-1

3: Dakota Chrome (Mawing, Sweere)120/15-1

4: Tiza Western Dream (Butler, Bravo)120/12-1

5: Sacey Bow (Ramgeet, Lund)124/6-1

6: Bubble Time (Velazquez, Berndt)124/2-1

7: Lils Diamond Diva (Lopez Jr.,Cole)124/10-1

Robertino Diodoro is tough to beat first off the claim. His new purchase MY MEL MAR, has been facing tougher at Santa Anita, and appears the one to beat on paper. Should show decent early speed out of the one hole. BUBBLE TIME set the pace in her two starts this summer as the chalk, but was corralled late in both. Find her on the lead again, trying to hold on. SACEY BOW and CREATIVE DOUX are the best options for the upset over the top two choices.