Post time: 12:45 p.m. Best bet: Hot Shot Kid (4th race).

Best play: 50-cent Pick 4 (3rd): 1,2,3,4,6,8,9,11/6/1,4,5/1,4,5,6, $48

1 Merial Canterbury Park Distaff Challenge Stakes. 400 yards. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. G Stakes. Purse: $33,750.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Marys Ice Dancer (Swiontek, Hunt)124/15-1

2: Fast Movin Fire (Smith, Campos)124/30-1

3: Blacks Cartel (Pinon, Black)126/12-1

4: My Girls Toasted (Klaiber, Pride)126/15-1

5: Jr Rock Star (Velazquez, Olmstead)126/6-1

6: Corona Springs (Goodwin, Olmstead)124/12-1

7: Kokko Wagon (Torres, Charette-Hill)126/9-2

8: Thrice Wise (Bachicha, Johnson)126/12-1

9: Stelthy (Baca, Hunt)126/20-1

10: Honeymoon Candy (Delgado, Charette-Hill)126/4-1

11: Bye Bye Birdy (Esqueda, Black)126/5-2

HONEYMOON CANDY is tried-and-true and proven at 400 yards. BYE BYE BIRDY is probably the horse to beat but hasn’t visited the winner’s circle since last summer. JR ROCK STAR is usually in the mix.

2 Bank of America Canterbury Park Championship Challenge Stakes. 440 yards. 3-year-olds and up. G Stakes. Purse: $60,840.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Hastabealeader (Shepherd, Johnson)126/20-1

2: Okeyfreight (Torres, Johnson)126/15-1

3: Eagles Span (Velazquez, Olmstead)126/5-1

4: Fast N Famous Jeans (Pinon, Campos)124/12-1

5: Fowl Play (Bachica, Johnson)126/15-1

6: Dash for Number One (Esqueda, Campos)126/8-1

7: The Fiscal Cliff (Baca, Willis)126/1-2

8: Watch My Wallet Loto (Delgado, Campos)126/12-1

THE FISCAL CLIFF is strictly the one to beat and most logical winner. EAGLES SPAN and HASTABEA­LEADER have a tough assignment to beat the favorite but probably have the best chance to pull off the huge upset.

3 5 furlongs. State-bred. 2-year-olds. Maiden special weight. Purse: $32,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Jack N Charlie (P. Canchari, Oliver)118/7-2

2: Dixie Blues (Sanchez, Broberg)118/5-1

3: Last Minister (Loveberry, Anderson)118/15-1

4: Brysons Confession (Lindsay, Bethke)118/9-2

5: Derbys Moneymaker (Escobar, McFadden)118/15-1

6: Mr Jagermeister (Ramgeet, Lund)118/8-1

7: Hot Houdini (Shepherd, Miller)118/12-1

8: Drama in Danube (Hernandez, Silva)118/10-1

9: Cantoya (Delgado, Silva)118/8-1

10: Nolans Heat (Mojica, Bravo)118/6-1

11: Glitter On Ice (Klaiber, Miller)118/15-1

MR JAGERMEISTER has a shot first time out of the gate for the Lund barn. Possesses three bullet drills in a strong series of works. Trainer Miguel Silva sends out CANTOYA and DRAMA IN DANUBE for their first stop. Both show quick works in the morning. JACK N CHARLIE exits the rail for groundsaving trip. Had a troubled journey in lone start and will look at that race as educational.

4 Victor S. Myers Stakes. 6 furlongs. State-bred. 3-year-olds and up. G Stakes. Purse: $50,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Sphinx (Mawing, Robertson)117/10-1

2: Formidable Force (Delorme, Bravo)122/20-1

3: Fridaynitestar (Velazquez, Berndt)122/6-1

4: Devil’s Teeth (Goodwin, Scherer)122/12-1

5: Fireman Oscar (Loveberry, Van Winkle)122/8-1

6: Hot Shot Kid (A. Canchari, Robertson)122/3-5

7: Mines Made Up (Mojica, Berndt)122/5-1

HOT SHOT KID has a hat trick of a winning streak coming in and is stamped in as top choice to get the job done. FIREMAN OSCAR has been runner-up past two out and will finish with a strong kick when things unfold. MINES MADE UP was a runaway winner last out and will need to duplicate that performance to beat the top pick.

5 1 mile. 3-year-olds and up. Waiver claiming $5,000. Purse: $12,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Tanzen (Mojica, Diodoro)124/5-2

2: Lil’ Apollo (Mawing, Bolinger)124/12-1

3: Midas Dancer (Hamilton, Litfin)124/8-1

4: Alvear (Goodwin, Scherer)124/7-2

5: What’s Up Gus (Lindsay, Silva)124/9-5

6: Demi Blue (Escobar, Rhone)124/20-1

7: Corporate Chapel (Ramgeet, Bethke)124/15-1

8: Raton Pass (Delgado, Rarick)124/10-1

WHAT’S UP GUS always gives a well-meant effort and is as dependable as they come; he is 3-for-7 in starts this year for Silva Racing group. TANZEN is another consistent runner, and is the main threat to What’s Up Gus. Should be on the front end, departing from the rail with groundsaving trip. ALVEAR has been on the shelf since March but has a solid series of works for return. Never shies away from a battle down the stretch.

6 7½ furlongs. Turf. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $20,000. Purse: $14,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Man of the Sword (Goodwin, McFarlane)124/9-2

2: Thriller (Mojica, Biehler)119/8-1

3: Bluffs Edge (Sanchez, Rhone)124/15-1

4: Kilarney Blarney (Evans, McFadden)124/20-1

5: Girondin (Hamilton, Kenney)124/2-1

6: Copper Munn (A. Canchari, Robertson)119/3-1

7: True Power (Loveberry, Geiner)119/15-1

8: Railway Express (Delorme, Brinson)119/10-1

9: Stormfighter Gold (Johnson, Swan)114/15-1

10: Charlie Hoss (Mawing, House)119/20-1

MAN OF THE SWORD should be on or near the lead in a field with a lot of questions. Drops in for cheaper version after prompting the pace last out before fading late. GIRONDIN is probable horse to beat with figures towering the rest of the group on the grass. Trust factor isn’t there to put on top, with only one work since last running in April at Turf Paradise. KILARNEY BLARNEY will be in the front from the start and will try to shed the maiden tag in gate-to-wire fashion.

7 Frances Genter Stakes. 6 furlongs. State-bred. Fillies. 3-year-olds. G Stakes. Purse: $50,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Pinup Girl (Loveberry, Sweere)122/7-2

2: Lookin Ata Runaway (Mawing, Rengstorf)122/12-1

3: Double Bee Sting (Mojica, Rengstorf)122/6-1

4: Xerxes Avenue (Goodwin, Scherer)122/4-1

5: Ryan and Madison (Hamilton, Scherer)122/8-1

6: Java Chick (Keith, Biehler)122/5-1

7: Seynatawnee (Delorme, Bravo)122/10-1

8: Shipmate (Sanchez, Broberg)122/7-2

XERXES AVENUE comes off best effort of brief career, breaking her maiden in frontrunning fashion. Reprise of that performance will give her consecutive victories. PINUP GIRL goes for the trifecta in the win category with Loveberry at the wheel. Freshened up with scalding bullet drill last work. SHIPMATE comes off the bench with encouraging workouts and was 3-for-4 on the local track last year.

8 1 mile. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $4,000. Purse: $10,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Dakota Peach Pie (Hamilton, Rickert)124/12-1

2: Lady Brighton (Loveberry, Rhone)124/5-2

3: Pink Lipgloss (Evans, Silva)124/12-1

4: Iknowsheknowsiknow (Delgado, Silva)124/6-1

5: Sajara (Hernandez, Westermann)124/3-1

6: Sangria Wine (Lindsay, House)124/10-1

7: Tahkodha Red (Mawing, Sheehan)124/8-1

8: Rodeoactive (Sanchez, Broberg)124/4-1

LADY BRIGHTON takes another drop while jumping off the turf, failing to lead the field to the wire as the favorite. Should improve second off the layoff. Both SAJARA and IKNOWSHEKNOWSIKNOW stretch out to two turns with favorable speed figures. Expect to be battling for the lead from the get-go. RODEOACTIVE is allowance dropper and also stretching out to a mile.

9 1 mile. Turf. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $20,000. Purse: $25,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

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

2: Bear’s Big Boy (Mojica, Riecken)120/15-1

3: Bourbon Happens (Delgado, Rarick)120/9-2

4: Jam N Addy (Ramgett, Diodoro)120/4-1

5: Moon Track (Goodwin, Scherer)120/5-1

6: High Side (Sanchez, Rhone)120/7-2

7: Two Chance (Delorme, Kirby)120/10-1

8: Born Force (Lindsay, Donlin)120/15-1

9: Sweet Stuff (Hamilton, Donlin Jr.)120/8-1

10: Leavinglosangeles (Mawing, Gordon)122/6-1

BOURBON HAPPENS steps up in class after finishing strong to a two-length victory last out as the favorite. Expect to be sitting off the heels of the pacesetters, ready to pounce. JAM N ADDY’s frontrunning style is no secret. One to catch to get the win. HIGH SIDE and MOON TRACK will be sitting in the basement before rolling late, trying to give the knockout punch at square prices.

10 6½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $6,250. Purse: $10,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Shared Vision (Hamilton, Kenney)124/2-1

2: Wild Monkey (Hernandez, Silva)120/10-1

3: The Checotah Kid (Mawing, Riecken)124/7-2

4: Man U (Keith, Biehler)120/8-1

5: Logistical (Goodwin, Sharp)120/6-1

6: Go Lock It Up (Delorme, Brinson)124/3-1

7: St Alfonzo (Klaiber, Litfin)124/10-1

GO LOCK IT UP faced tougher out of state and could prove tough to fend off down the stretch if ready to run for new barn. SHARED VISION fits right in with this group and should get ground-saving trip with the inside draw. THE CHECOTAH KID will try to break his maiden in his 28th start. Maybe best used underneath.