Post time: 6:30 p.m. Best bet: Miss My Sis (6th Race). Best play: 50 cent-Pick 4, Race 5 (All/3/1,3,4,6/4,6,7,8), $56.

1 1⅛ Miles. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $5,000. Purse: $12,500

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Bear’s Accountant (A. Ramgeet, T. Ramgeet)119/3-1

2: Sonicvelocity (Coddington, Fields)119/8-1

3: Zero X Zero (Vergara, Diodoro)119/4-1

4: Big Man Stan (Butler, Bravo)119/6-1

5: Foolhardy (Delorme, Donlin, Jr.)119/5-1

6: Otto Shootie (Hernandez, Rengstorf)119/2-1

ZERO X ZERO pulled up last out at Prairie Meadows but has been freshened since. Take a shot on the drop. BEAR’S ACCOUNTANT in right spot to roll late with speed-favoring pace. OTTIE SHOOTIE is lukewarm morning line favorite after winning last out on wet surface by three lengths. Might have been compromised by muddy track.

2 5½ Furlongs. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $4,000. Purse: $10,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Princess Gina (A. Canchari, Padilla)123/2-1

2: Hide Kellys Koppy (Stevens, Spencer)123/20-1

3: Gold Cup Skier (Butler, Bravo)123/3-1

4: Im a Southern Diva (Velazquez, Walker)123/10-1

5: Ranger’s Dream (Goodwin, Rhone)123/8-1

6: Spell Winder (Delorme, Donlin)123/6-1

7: La Reina de Iowa (Hernandez, McShane)123/20-1

8: She’s a Corker (Mojica, Litfin)123/5-1

GOLD CUP SKIER is a tough one to figure, but if she runs back to two back, she blows this field away. Never raced this cheap and exits a contaminated break last out. PRINCESS GINA shook clear from the field last out and comes in with belief as the favorite. SPELL WINDER has yet to make a dent but does have swift early speed to be in the hunt from the start.

3 About 7½ Furlongs. Fillies. 2-year-olds. Maiden special weight. Purse: $28,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Blanco Brush (A. Canchari, Robertson)118/9-2

2: Scat Scratch Fever (Rosier, Heitzmann)118/5-1

3: Cindication Boss (Velazquez, Berndt)118/9-2

4: Razipat (Mojica, Biehler)118/8-1

5: Bullseye Bobbie (Coddington, Hartman)118/12-1

6: Alexis Jo (Hernandez, Spencer)118/15-1

7: Eppur Si Muove (Butler, Robertson)118/3-1

8: Yankee Pride (Goodwin, Joe Sharp)118/4-1

Let’s go with three first-time starters to fill in the trifecta ticket. Joe Sharp brings in YANKEE PRIDE with strong turf pedigree. Mac Robertson brings in newbies BLANCO BRUSH and EPPUR SI MOUVE. Both have encouraging workouts and are the pricey purchases of the field.

4 1 Mile. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $6,250. Purse: $12,500

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Sunday Prohibition (Mojica, Rengstorf)123/12-1

2: Street Fighting (Butler, Rhone)123/8-1

3: Hope He Can Run (Delorme, McShane)123/20-1

4: Sheer Trick (Hernandez, Sheehan)123/6-1

5: Corporate Chapel (Velazquez, Bethke)123/5-1

6: General Election (Stevens, Litfin)123/12-1

7: Word Racer (Canchari, Robertson)123/8-1

8: Malacrianza (Goodwin, Sharp)123/7-2

9: Los Bambinos (Ramgeet, Diodoro)123/4-1

10: Bluegale (Nolan, Rickert)123/10-1

LOS BAMBINOS should improve second off the bench for top-notch barn. Came up empty in return but capable of step forward if uncovers last year’s form. CORPORATE CHAPEL returns to the main track after humdrum effort on the lawn. WORD RACER comes off the extended layoff with strong works for return. Sharp barn and connections add appeal.

5 About 7½ Furlongs. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional Claiming: $25,000. Purse: $32,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Lamazone (Hernandez, McFarlane)119/10-1

2: Catty N Sassy (A. Canchari, Robertson)119/8-1

3: Discreetly Grand (Nolan, Heitzmann)119/6-1

4: Hey Didjanotis (Ramgeet, Van Winkle)119/8-1

5: Betsy Boots (Stevens, Broberg)119/7-2

6: Dear Fay (Butler, Robertson)119/7-2

7: Arabian Queen (Velazquez, Johns)123/5-2

8: Hip Ninety Three (Delorme, McFarlane)119/5-1

ARABIAN QUEEN will seek her third straight win flying from the rear of the pack. Hotter the splits, the better for her. DEAR FAY has class edge, and now gets Butler as the pilot. BETSY BOOTS and HEY DIDJANOTIS are legit players.

6 5½ Furlongs. State bred. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $32,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Foxy Felicity (Goodwin, Rengstorf)123/8-1

2: Notorious Miss (Stevens, Silva)119/9-2

3: Miss My Sis (Castro, Riecken)123/6-5

4: Caballo River (Hernandez, Donlin, Jr.)119/15-1

5: Follow the Spiders (Butler, Rhone)119/4-1

6: Choral Song (Canchari, Pfeifer)119/20-1

7: Sue Dancer (Becerra, Backhaus)119/20-1

8: Classy Star (Shaw, McFarlane)119/12-1

9: Ooga Ooga Mooska (Delorme, Litfin)119/15-1

MISS MY SIS is a speedball and could be tough to catch if she can ration her speed. FOLLOW THE SPIDERS would love nothing more than spirited fractions in her view. CLASSY STAR could challenge top selection early but will have to take a huge step forward to make it to finish line first.

7 About 1 Mile 70 Yards. State bred. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $33,000

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Moonlight Basin (Canchari, Tracy, Jr.)118/9-2

2: Dusty Princess (Delorme, Turco)118/12-1

3: Precious Passion (Castro, Riecken)123/10-1

4: Da Kleinen Schatzi (Butler, Rengstorf)118/6-1

5: More Mona More (Ramgeet, Thompson)123/15-1

6: Some Say So (Velazquez, Litfin)118/3-1

7: Love Fire (Becerra, Backhaus)118/20-1

8: Rudys Cabello (Hernandez, McShane)118/8-1

9: Il Brigante (Nolan, Sweere)118/15-1

10: Sassy Prance (Mojica, Rengstorf)123/7-2

SOME SAY SO gets back to the turf where she gives her best performances. MOONLIGHT BASIN is holding the rail with good early speed and might grab the lead with Canchari pushing the pedal. DA KLEINEN SCHATZI tries the turf experiment today and could hook up early with Moonlight Basin. Can’t take lightly.

8 1 Mile. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $6,250. Purse: $10,500

#/Horse, Jockey, Trainer Wt. Odds

1: Winter Wally (Stevens, McKinley)123/12-1

2: Twooliversanatwist (A. Ramgeet, Oliver)123/6-1

3: Wildcard (Goodwin, Riecken)123/10-1

4: Parlay Ponti (Velazquez, Brinson)118/4-1

5: Great Googamooga (Nolan, Keller)118/15-1

6: English Town (Butler, Rhone)118/7-2

7: Bellamy Boy (A. Canchari, Tracy, Jr.)118/8-1

8: First to Fight (Hernandez, Silva)123/3-1

9: Tis Summer (Shaw, Knox)123/20-1

FIRST TO FIGHT is allowance dropper who caught a muddy track last out. Exits best speed figure number at this level and distance two back on dry surface. PARLAY PONTI drops for half the price off the sod and should be showing better strides late. ENGLISH TOWN and BELLAMY BOY loom late closing threats.