1 400 yards. Open. 3-year-olds. DERBY. Purse: $34,150

1: Painted Dynasty (Eikleberry, Olmstead)124/3-1

2: Minuscule Monster (Swiontek, Goodsell)124/10-1

3: Waveing At U (B. Velazquez, Charette-Hill)124/12-1

4: First of 15 (Esqueda, Olmstead)124/9-2

5: Alex Fox Peabody (Velazquez, Olmstead)124/12-1

6: High Valley Girl (Samuels, Johnson)124/10-1

7: Itinkican Itinkican (Hamilton, Olmstead)124/15-1

8: Marfilmio (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson)124/9-2

9: Who Rah (Torres, Charette-Hill)124/6-1

10: Cr Lota Girl (Ramirez, Olmstead)124/8-1

PAINTED DYNASTY cruised to a easy win last out and goes for her third straight win. FIRST TO WIN shot out of the gate and didn’t look back for the win two weeks back. MARFILMIO also comes off a sharp win as the favorite.

2 About 11⁄16 miles. State bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $30,000. Purse: $19,500

1: Benson Hillbilly (Goncalves, Sweere)124/5-2

2: Familiar Rhythm (Eikleberry, Bravo)118/4-1

3: Bye Bye Bennie (Gonzalez, Merrick)124/8-1

4: Fear Fighter (Hamilton, Silva)124/8-5

5: Tekela’s Glory (Melancon, Rarick)124/6-1

6: Brysons Confession (Lindsay, Bethke)118/10-1

FEAR FIGHTER ran for third money off the layoff and should move forward second time out. FAMILIAR RHYTHM has been chasing better on the dirt and could prove tough if takes a liking to the grass. BENSON HILLBILLY failed to factor on the main track and returns to the lawn in hopes of turning things around.

3 1 mile 70 yards. State bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $34,000

1: Courting Moonlight (Butler, Rhone)118/10-1

2: Wannaplaybigchief (Gonzalez, Diodoro)118/6-1

3: Twoko Bay (Goncalves, Scherer)118/8-1

4: Herbiefullthrottle (Loveberry, Litfin)118/12-1

5: Northernbrilliance (Eikleberry, Rengstorf)118/3-1

6: Bellwood Forever (Hamilton, Riecken)119/4-1

7: Kowboy Henry (Sanchez, Padilla)118/12-1

8: Muscle Man (Velazquez, Berndt)118/9-2

9: A. Lovemaker (Keith, Biehler)118/8-1

MUSCLE MAN stretches out to routing after finishing second to start his 2018 campaign. NORTHERNBRILLANCE takes the blinkers off and gets back to the dirt after failing miserably on the turf last effort. BELLWOOD FOREVER puts the blinkers on and is capable of scoring with this field.

4 About 11⁄16 miles. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $16,000. Purse: $16,000

1: Lady Will Power (Hamilton, Offolter)124/6-1

2: Wilburn’s Angel (Loveberry, Cline)124/12-1

3: Girlswannahavefun (Eikleberry, Bravo)124/7-5

4: Maria (Velazquez, Schindler)124/15-1

5: Ailish’s Buttercup (Goncalves, Rarick)118/6-1

6: Datt Town (Arrieta, Van Winkle)124/10-1

7: Right On By (Butler, Rhone)124/5-2

AILISH’S BUTTERCUP will attempt to lead the field to the wire and might last longer than most think at a price. GIRLSWANNAHAVEFUN is the runner to beat after coming up a length short for her return. RIGHT ON BY will need things to work out perfectly, as she’ll try to catch a late gear closing from the rear.

5 1 mile. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Waiver claiming: $4,000. Purse: $10,000

1: Houdini Hill (Lindsay, Fields)124/8-1

2: Perfect Movement (Butler, Litfin)124/12-1

3: Sky City (Eikleberry, Rarick)124/7-2

4: Sindys Luck (Gonzalez, Diodoro)124/7-5

5: Osage Warrior (Goncalves, Rarick)118/12-1

6: Dually Affirmed (Velazquez, Gordon)124/10-1

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

8: Don’t Claim Me (Melancon, Bolinger)124/6-1

9: Go to the Pulpit (Wolff, Wolff)124/20-1

SINDYS LUCK won two back at today’s distance and deserves much respect with this group. Expect to be involved quickly with ample early speed. HOUDINI HILL will show early speed on the stretch-out, and will be in a good spot from the start, departing from the rail. SKY CITY was runner-up last out as the favorite, but had a troubled trip getting there.

6 Minnesota Turf Distaff S. About 7½ furlongs. State bred. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. G Stakes. Purse: $50,000

1: Double Bee Sting (Eikleberry, Rengstorf)118/6-1

2: Pinup Girl (Gonzalez, Sweere)124/9-2

3: Lookin Ata Runaway (Arrieta, Rengstorf)120/10-1

4: Some Say So (Goncalves, Becker)118/9-2

5: First Hunter (Loveberry, Robertson)118/7-2

6: Ta Kela Warning (Butler, Rhone)118/12-1

7: Honey’s Sox Appeal (Hamilton, Robertson)118/3-1

8: Shipmate (Sanchez, Richard)118/15-1

9: Cozzy Kinda Love (Bedford, McKinley)118/20-1

PINUP GIRL will try turf after winning by two lengths sprinting on the dirt. Should be in a good spot from the start. SOME SAY SO won this race last year and comes back to defend the title. Had a rough go at the Fair Grounds to start the year. HONEY SOX APPEAL ran third last year in this race, and projects to be the lukewarm favorite at post time. FIRST HUNTER will be a major player if ready to fire off the layoff.

7 Minnesota Turf S. About 7½ furlongs. State bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. G Stakes. Purse: $50,000

1: Hot Shot Kid (Butler, Robertson)118/6-1

2: Chaska (Arrieta, Lund)120/15-1

3: Grand Marais (Velazquez, Scherer)120/6-1

4: Where’s Jordan (Goncalves, Peters)118/7-2

5: The Great Casby (Lindsay, Van Winkle)122/12-1

6: Ragged Edge (Eikleberry, Richard)118/12-1

7: Speed Is Life (Hernandez, Rengstorf)118/15-1

8: A P Is Loose (Loveberry, Robertson)118/5-2

9: Teddy Time (Hamilton, Robertson)118/9-2

10: Plenty of Sun (Gonzalez, Lund)118/10-1

11: Star Spangled (Sanchez, Richard)118/20-1

A wide-open race with many ways to go. HOT SHOT KID doesn’t need the lead but might take it, exiting the rail with ground saving trip with Dean Butler aboard. Ran second to Mr. Jagermeister last out in the 10,000 Lakes Stakes. A P IS LOOSE won this race last year, but will have to pick it up after losing by 16 lengths in the 10,000 Lakes Stakes. WHERE’S JORDAN is a late runner and should get a snappy pace scenario to swoop on. TEDDY TIME is a consistent turf runner and will picking them off late.

8 5½ furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Waiver claiming: $10,000. Purse: $17,000

1: Plaska (Hernandez, Rarick)124/3-1

2: Handsome Roy (Velazquez, Silva)124/15-1

3: Darkhorse Ty (Eikleberry, Silva)124/10-1

4: So Sorry Ruston (Loveberry, Goodsell)124/9-2

5: Reasonable Pride (Clark, Gordon)124/8-1

6: Devil’s Teeth (Hamilton, Broberg)124/8-1

7: Pete’s Slew (Gonzalez, Diodoro)124/5-1

8: Shooters Alley (Butler, Litfin)124/12-1

9: Cupid’s Delight (Goncalves, Heitzmann)124/15-1

10: Monday Confession (Sanchez, Broberg)124/6-1

PLASKA should be in perfect stalking position to pounce with the inside draw, while letting others do the dirty work in front of him. SO SORRY RUSTON usually gets a share but is a stranger to the winner’s circle. Ideal group to find his way back. PETE’S SLEW was unprepared at the start last out and never recovered. Serious threat with clean break.

9 1 mile. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming: $10,000. Purse: $13,500

1: Vested Creek (Goncalves, Litfin)124/12-1

2: Switchback Creek (Arrieta, Litfin)124/10-1

3: Photohound (Hernandez, Davis)124/8-1

4: Cedar Sage (Eikleberry, Bravo)124/7-2

5: K Street (Sanchez, Stuart)124/4-1

6: Williston Dude (Gonzalez, Diodoro)124/8-5

7: Phoenix Bound (Goodwin, Brinson)118/6-1

WILLISTON DUDE faced much better at Santa Anita and is coming off a impressive victory. New acquisition for the Diodoro barn, could be tough to beat in this spot. CEDAR SAGE is all about speed and will be committed for home on the lead. VESTED CREEK won going gate-to-wire sprinting and now stretches out to two turns. Should challenge Cedar Sage from the start.

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

1: Sharkzilla (Swiontek, Goodsell)124/8-1

2: Profound Visionary (Arrieta, Bratcher)124/9-5

3: Drop the Gloves (Eikleberry, Rhone)124/4-1

4: King George (Butler, Donlin)124/12-1

5: Buck Magic (Canchari, Fields)124/15-1

6: Justcallme Charlie (Sanchez, Rengstorf)124/9-2

7: Late Caller (Velazquez, Gordon)124/3-1

DROP THE GLOVES broke slowly last out and never got into contention. Expect better performance with clean start. PROFOUND VISIONARY made it look easy at Turf Paradise before running fourth in his local debut. Looks to get back in the right direction. LATE CALLER will have to run his rivals down rolling late.