0Post time: 12:45 p.m. Best bet: Mich Gold (10th race). Best play: 50-cent Pick 4 (8th): 1,2,3,4,5,6,9,10/1,4,5,6,7,8 (10)/2/2,8, $48

1 350 yards. Open. 2-year olds. Trials. Purse: $6,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Zooming Okie (Shepherd, Weidner)122/20-1

2: Ts Leaving the Map (Pinon, Campos)122/15-1

3: Master of the Sky (Goodwin, Olmstead)122/9-2

4: Ties and Tacs (Swiontek, Livingston)122/6-1

5: Pretty Fandango (Esqueda, Frey)122/6-1

6: Quintessence (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson)122/3-1

7: One Kool Hero (Smith, Hanson)122/8-1

8: Dickey Bob (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/5-2

DICKEY BOB cruised to an easy win last out and is strictly the one to beat with a reprise of that effort. MASTER OF THE SKY was runnerup last out in a solid effort. TIES AND TACS dueled throughout in lone start, and prevailed in the end.

2 350 yards. Open. 2-year olds. Trials. Purse: $6,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Eagle Deluxe (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/2-1

2: Rg Special Cuz (Esqueda, Willis)122/20-1

3: Eyema Dancer (Delgado, Johnson)122/12-1

4: First of 15 (Goodwin, Olmstead)122/7-2

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

6: Waveing At U (Shepherd, Miller)122/6-1

7: Bodacious Peach (Swiontek, Livingston)122/10-1

8: Tick Tac Tom (Pinon, Campos)122/15-1

FIRST OF 15 looks to get back to form after getting squeezed at the break last out. EAGLE DELUXE broke his maiden last out after many close misses. EYEMA DANCER changes hands after finishing in the top two spots in three races.

3 350 yards. Open. 2-year olds. Trials. Purse: $6,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Jess About Midnight (Smith, Hanson)122/12-1

2: Ms Veronica (Goodwin, Olmstead)122/2-1

3: Ahhhsome (Bachicha Jr., Hunt)122/20-1

4: Ts My Last Dash (Esqueda, Willis)122/12-1

5: Painted Dynasty (Delgado, Olmstead)122/8-1

6: Cappy (Pinon, Black)122/5-2

7: Azoomcherry (Shepherd, Johnson)122/12-1

8: Bobby Elvis (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/3-1

MS VERONICA gave a late bid in high-quality race last out. Top contender in present form. CAPPY didn’t disappoint as the favorite last effort. BOBBY ELVIS has been second on stage in last two starts but gets ideal outside draw to be the King with smooth trip.

4 350 yards. Open. 2-year olds. Trials. Purse: $6,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Jjsir James (Klaiber, Weidner)122/8-1

2: Eagle Beach (Delgado, Olmstead)122/10-1

3: Miss Ivory Hero (Smith, Hanson)122/9-2

4: I Told You Im Fancy (Goodwin, Olmstead)122/2-1

5: Corona a Flyin (Pinon, Campos)122/12-1

6: Im Expecting Cash (Delorme, McKinley)122/15-1

7: Alex Fox Peabody (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/6-1

8: Ikanshakit (Bachicha Jr., Hunt)122/7-2

MISS IVORY could surprise at a price with a clean start. I TOLD YOU IM FANCY just missed the win last out after major issues out of the gate. JJSIR JAMES rallied to an easy victory in lone start.

5 350 yards. Open. 2-year olds. Trials. Purse: $6,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Itinkican Itinkican (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/6-1

2: High Valley Girl (Bachicha Jr., Hunt)122/6-1

3: Phoebes Return (Velazquez, Olmstead)122/12-1

4: Cannalytical (Goodwin, Olmstead)122/8-1

5: Lady Eagle 123 (Delgado, Ramired)122/2-1

6: A Shade of Midnight (Smith, Hanson)122/3-1

7: Ms First Prize Rainy (Flores, Wilson)122/20-1

8: Faster Lika Wind (Esqueda, Johnson)122/15-1

9: Scattered 15 (Pinon, Campos)122/12-1

LADY EAGLE 123 is the most likely winner of the QH races Sunday. A SHADE OF MIDNIGHT appears to be the main threat to the top choice. ITINKICAN ITINKICAN and HIGH VALLEY GIRL are must use, but maybe best used underneath.

6 5½ furlongs. State-bred. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming $50,000. Purse: $23,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Lee’s Tough Guy (Delorme, Donlin Jr.)124/12-1

2: Neymar (Keith, Biehler)120/5-2

3: Luas Brio (Sanchez, Rhone)120/6-1

4: Whoabegone Bakery (Delgado, Rarick)124/8-1

5: Toupp Ouoolee (Loveberry, Rhone)120/2-1

6: Poverty Flats (Mawing, Anderson)124/9-2

7: Not Justa Somerset (Hamilton, Rhone)124/8-1

LUAS BRIO finished fourth behind three next out winners. Freshened up with bullet drill coming in. Stablemate TOUPP QUOOLEE ran a decent runnerup in debut and could improve off that effort. POVERTY FLATS will employ early speed but has a habit of fading late. Could hang on longer if unchallenged early.

7 About 11⁄16 miles on turf. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming $25,000. Purse: $32,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Socialized (Loveberry, Beam)120/4-1

2: Catty N Sassy (Evans, Robertson)120/4-1

3: Royal Temptress (Goodwin, Sterling Jr.)120/3-1

4: Fiona Cat (Canchari, Rengstorf)120/12-1

5: Imagine If (Hamilton, Rhone)120/8-1

6: Housemaker (Velazquez, Van Winkle)120/10-1

7: Irish Beauty (Ramgeet, Oliver)115/10-1

8: Miss Oreo (Mawing, Applegate)120/7-2

ROYAL TEMPTRESS rolled late and swallowed up her opponents for impressive victory at 7½ furlongs last race. Added distance shouldn’t be a problem. SOCIALIZED attempted to go gate-to-wire same race but was overtaken by top choice, settling for the second spot. MISS OREO and CATTY N SASSY exit same race as top two selections, rounding out the top four slots.

8 5½ furlongs. State-bred. Open. 2-year-olds. Maiden special weight. Purse: $32,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Brysons Confession (Lindsay, Bethke)118/3-1

2: Last Minister (Goodwin, Anderson)118/10-1

3: A.J. Lovemaker (Keith, Biehler)118/6-1

4: Brave One (Delorme, Bethke)118/6-1

5: Trading Footnotes (Hernandez, Silva)118/12-1

6: Muscle Man (Velazquez, Berndt)118/4-1

7: Glitter On Ice (Shepherd, Miller)118/20-1

8: Dixie Blues (Canchari, Broberg)118/10-1

9: Nolans Heat (Loveberry, Bravo)118/8-1

10: Water Patrol (Sanchez, Padilla)118/8-1

Wide open maiden race with many directions to go. BRAVE ONE is one of the many first-timers in the field. Love to see two quick bullet drills in his first two training sessions. BRYSONS CONFESSION is lone competitor in the group with two races under his belt. Other new shooters in the group with some fast works are A.J. LOVEMAKER and MUSCLE MAN.

9 About 11⁄16 miles on turf. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming $12,500. Purse: $30,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Union Riches (Loveberry, Rhone)115/7-2

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

3: Slick as Ice (Sanchez, Padilla)115/12-1

4: Two Chance (Delorme, Kirby)120/6-1

5: Rocket Joe Copper (Hernandez, Greve)120/10-1

6: Moon Track (Velazquez, Scherer)122/8-1

7: Alvear (Mawing, Scherer)120/6-1

8: Quality Indeed (Goodwin, Sterling Jr.)120/2-1

9: Heisenberg (Ramgeet, Applegate)120/15-1

10: High Security (Loveberry, Van Winkle)120/8-5

HIGH SECURITY will be the horse to beat if gets in off the also-entered list. Faced much better out of state and now is aggressively dropped with swift frontrunning speed. QUALITY INDEED merits respect, and is your most likely pacesetter. Has two wins in three starts this year. Trainer Gary Scherer sends out ALVEAR and MOON TRACK. Both loom as late closing threats, attending the convoy in midpack before making threatening moves around final turn.

10 5½ furlongs. Open. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $4,000. Purse: $10,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Kiss My Hennessy (Sanchez, Arnett)124/6-1

2: Mich Gold (Loveberry, Biehler)120/3-1

3: Lou’s Delta Blues (Hamilton, Heitzmann)124/4-1

4: Warren’s Dr. Boo (Johnson, Rickert)119/20-1

5: Exponentially (Hernandez, Gordon)124/10-1

6: Jebias (Lindsay, Bethke)124/6-1

7: Tee Tee (Canchari, Litfin)120/12-1

8: Setnmupknocknmdown (Goodwin, Donlin)124/9-2

9: Media’s Delite (Delorme, Rarick)124/15-1

10: Poetic Poser (Mawing, Bolinger)124/15-1

MICH GOLD drops to cheaper version after lackluster performance on the sod last out. Had three wins on the dirt at Will Rogers Downs before shipping up here. JEBIAS could find himself on the lead in a group loaded with pursuers. Price will be right to give a look. SETNMUPKNOCKNMDOWN will come flying late but will need a rapid pace to get up in time.

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

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Maria Who (Lindsay, McFarlane)119/12-1

2: Baby Russ (Canchari, Kenney)119/5-1

3: Bubble Time (Velazquez, Berndt)124/8-1

4: Razipat (Loveberry, Biehler)119/5-2

5: Laura Ray (Hamilton, Hornsby)124/10-1

6: Big Josie (Ramgeet, Lund)119/10-1

7: Tiz the Storm (Evans, Padilla)119/8-1

8: Derby Dance (Sanchez, Rengstorf)119/2-1

DERBY DANCE has been a dollar short past two efforts on the lawn, missing both by less than a neck. Maybe it’s her turn. Look for BABY RUSS to be up front with no true speed in the field. Versatile filly seduces top jock Canchari aboard. RAZIPAT will come rolling late to the party and has been a dependable moneymaker in her brief career.