Post time: 12:45 p.m. Best bet: Diamondmaze (7th race). Best play: 50-cent Pick 4 (6th), 1,2,3,7/9/All/4,9, $32

1 350 yards. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $12,500. Purse: $9,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Tellerita (Bachicha, Miller)124/12-1

2: Deceiving Woman (Swiontek, Livingston)124/15-1

3: Pee Why See (Shepherd, Hardy)124/10-1

4: Vixens Ivory Hero (Pinon, Hanson)124/3-1

5: Bringin Sixy Back (Delorme, Clay)124/15-1

6: Patriots Primrose (Delgado, Hardy)124/6-1

7: Valiant Dreams V (Velazquez, Olmstead)124/7-2

8: Sassi Chassis (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson)124/12-1

9: Haulin Freight (Klaiber, Pride)124/8-1

10: Global Warning (Goodwin, Olmstead)124/5-1

VIXENS IVORY HERO dueled from start to finish in second career start, but came up a neck shy of getting the win. Trainer Ed Hardy sends in barnmates PATRIOTS PRIMOSE and PEE WHY SEE. Both have flashed ability and among several here with a chance.

2 350 yards. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Optional claiming $16,000. Purse: $16,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Jess Great (Delorme, Flores)126/10-1

2: Blue Eyed Andy (Shepherd, Hybsha)126/6-1

3: Okeyfreight (Pinon, Johnson)126/9-2

4: Ms Dynasty (Velazquez, Olmstead)126/8-1

5: Lota James (Goodwin, Hybsha)126/3-1

6: My Girls Toasted (Klaiber, Pride)126/6-1

7: Eagles Span (Velazquez, Olmstead)126/5-2

8: Nightlinger Blurr (Swiontek, Livingston)126/12-1

OKEYFREIGHT has been a consistent moneymaker and is a obvious threat for a mild upset. MY GIRLS TOASTED received proceeds in all six starts last year and looks to keep moving forward. EAGLES SPAN takes steep drop in hopes of returning to winning ways.

3 4½ furlongs. Open. 2-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $28,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Shane Doan (Acosta, Diodoro)118/5-2

2: Magic Cowboy (Delorme, Bethke)118/10-1

3: Lucky Penny (Shepherd, Harris)115/10-1

4: Canyon Breeze (Canchari, Oliver)118/3-1

5: Heart of David (Evans, Fields)118/8-1

6: Famously (Lindsay, McFarlane)115/6-1

7: Primo Touch (Goodwin, McFarlane)118/3-1

CANYON BREEZE ended his training sessions with a blazing bullet drill in preparation for his two year old debut. SHANE DOAN gets the ideal inside draw for the 4½-furlong sprint and could be tough to catch if he can get off the rail quickly. PRIMO TOUCH has experience edge as lone runner in field with two races. Must improve on getting his hoofs moving early to catch the front runners.

4 6 furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $10,000. Purse: $17,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Don't Claim Me (Mawing, Bolinger)120/8-1

2: Call Me Bubba (Delorme, Kirby)120/8-1

3: Doinmysongndance (Sanchez, Padilla)120/2-1

4: Guska Mon Shoes (Loveberry, Hornsby)120/5-2

5: Strut N Swagger (Butler, Hornsby)120/4-1

6: All Aboard (Shepherd, Riecken)120/9-2

Trainer Tammy Hornsby sends in the top two choices GUSKA MON SHOES and STRUT N SWAGGER. Give Guska Mon Shoes the slight edge, with his tactical speed to be near the predictable moderate pace to pounce first. Strut N Swagger cuts back in distance and class with Butler aboard. Will be lagging behind for one final kick. ALL ABOARD is allowance dropper and is your most likely pace setter.

5 About 7½ furlongs on turf. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Waiver claiming $10,000. Purse: $17,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

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

2: Klassy Klepper (Velazquez, Berndt)120/5-1

3: Caviar Kitty (Loveberry, Smith)120/4-1

4: Sweetedge (Butler, Anderson)120/12-1

5: La Petite Chen (Sanchez, Rengstorf)120/12-1

6: Nelyn's Flyer (Hernandez, Bends)120/15-1

7: Bear Facts (Ramgett, Lund)120/3-1

8: Passing the Grade (Shepherd, House)120/8-1

9: Seamstress (Mojica, Martin)120/8-1

CAVIAR KITTY moves down in class and back to the lawn where she runs her best efforts. Favorable speed numbers puts her right in the mix in this closely matched field. KLASSY KLEPPER gets class relief after tiring badly last out to start her 2017 campaign at Hawthorne. BEAR FACTS won her last race at Turf Paradise with a strong finish as the favorite.

6 5½ furlongs. State-bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $20,000. Purse: $13,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Best of the Bleu's (Acosta, Sharp)124/4-1

2: Kela Brew (Loveberry, Robertson)124/3-1

3: Back Alley Warrior (Mawing, Biehler)119/5-1

4: Hatties Cab (Hernandez, McShane)119/8-1

5: Sweet Pitch (Mojica, Walker)124/5-1

6: Holy Brass (Evans, Weir)124/10-1

7: Fear Fighter (Velazquez, Robertson)124/7-2

FEAR FIGHTER looms the late closing threat if ready to go off a six-month layoff for Mac Robertson. Lone win was on a sloppy track, so rate higher with rain coming down. Stablemate KELA BREW, too will be coming from off the pace and has been working nicely for Mac. BEST OF THE BLEU'S comes off a 11-length maiden breaking win vs. a softer group. Strictly the one to catch but will have to step it up groove to get the job done.

7 About 7½ furlongs on turf. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $28,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: PR Trumps Gold (Acosta, Litfin)118/20-1

2: Snoose Sasa (Butler, Robertson)124/5-1

3: Bluffs Edge (Delorme, Rhone)124/10-1

4: Man of the Sword (Goodwin, McFarlane)124/8-1

5: Slick as Ice (Sanchez, Padilla)118/10-1

6: Tequila Ley (Ramgeet, Lund)118/12-1

7: Cape Rosso (Mojica, Heitzmann)124/4-1

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

9: Diamondmaze (Velazquez, Berndt)118/3-1

10: Bar Trick (Hernandez, Bolinger)118/15-1

11: Cozy Owen (Loveberry, Padilla)118/15-1

12: Stormfighter Gold (Mawing, Swan)118/12-1

DIAMONDMAZE takes steep drop for his Canterbury debut, shipping up from Kentucky. Attempted front running style win on last turf race at Keeneland before fading late. Should appreciate class and distance relief. SNOOSE SASA tries the turf in his second passage to racing. The Butler/Robertson duo will draw money at the window. CAPE ROSSO ran a strong third in turf experiment last August on the local course. The four year old colt appears to have a lot of upswing entering and might be your favorite if race is taken off the grass.

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: Fair Lady Miss (Mojica, Bravo)119/9-2

2: Wild Ale (Butler, Bravo)119/4-1

3: Anniesfirstdance (Bedford, McKinley)119/8-1

4: Tahkodha Dutchess (Loveberry, Walker)124/7-2

5: Morning Report (Hernandez, Westermann)119/5-2

6: Dot's Vow (Escobar, Danger)124/10-1

7: Lil' Red Devil (Goodwin, Pfeifer)119/15-1

8: Tahkodha Star (Mawing, Sweere)124/12-1

Head scratcher of a maiden race. Maybe ANNIESFIRSTDANCE can last longer on the lead than what she is use to doing. If she can ration her speed and milk out a soft pace, possibly she can run out the clock at a big price. MORNING REPORT will be your lukewarm favorite at post, with some solid works coming in. Tough to put on top after the three mundane performances last season. First time starters LIL' RED DEVIL and TAHKODHA STAR, might of found the ideal group to get a win right out of the gate.

9 About 7½ furlongs on turf. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Waiver claiming $16,000. Purse: $16,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Picaresque (Velazquez, Scherer)118/6-1

2: Atilla Katie (Delorme, Pride)124/8-1

3: Maria (Goodwin, Berndt)118/6-1

4: Red Hot Cherry (Mojica, Heitzmann)124/2-1

5: Blushing Bella (Mawing, Hornsby)124/12-1

6: Tahkodha Belle (Evans, McFadden)124/20-1

7: Angel of Dreams (Loveberry, Oberlander)124/10-1

8: Kissin Katy (Sanchez, Walker)124/15-1

9: Top Hat Wildcat (Smith, McFarlane)118/3-1

TOP HAT WILDCAT has got up for the second and third spots last two races after some bumpy starts out of the gate. Class edge and clean start, could put her in winner's circle. RED HOT CHERRY had some minor traffic issues on the rail last out as the favorite and had to settle for place honors. One to beat with clean trip. PICARESQUE speed numbers match up well with top two choices.