Post time: 6:30 p.m. Best bet: Shaboom (9th race). Best play: 50 cent Pick 4—Race 7 (All/All/7/1,2), $64

1 333 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden claiming. Purse: $7,250.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Three Hot Dreams (Luark, Olmstead)124/5-1

2: Jessie Miss Six (Goodwin, Anderson)124/6-1

3: Unforgottenrareform (Golibrzuch, Miller)124/6-1

4: Intrepid Jess (Richard, LaVanway)124/15-1

5: This Grace a Rocken (Pinon, Sheehan)124/20-1

6: Miss Emma Rose (Torres, Charette-Hill)124/3-1

7: This Dans a Rockin (Delorme, Black)124/20-1

8: Eyes On the Pryze (Smith, Johnson)124/8-1

9: Eyema Game Dealer (Shepherd, Johnson)124/10-1

10: Walley (Swiontek, Berg)124/4-1

11: Unafraid (Richard, McKinley)124/8-1

12: Zoomin Sucess (Torres, RHybsha)124/6-1

13: Minnieapple Lips (Eikleberry, Harris)124/6-1

14: The Secret Toole (Pinon, Hardy)124/4-1

MISS EMMA ROSE drops for over half the price and enters with bullet drill for Canterbury debut. WALLEY has caught a wet track the past two spins and deserves a shot on dry surface. EYES ON THE PRYZE has held for show past two efforts.

2 350 yards. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $14,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Shez Mighty Sweet (Pinon, Charette-Hill)124/3-1

2: Paint Me Furious (Richard, Hybsha)126/6-1

3: Carex (Luark, Olmstead)124/10-1

4: Royal Diamond Cartel (Suarez Ricardo, Hanson)124/4-1

5: Smarties (Golibrzuch, Miller)124/5-1

6: Corona Rattler (Swiontek, CLivingston)124/10-1

7: Sweet Sweet Jane (Torres, Charette-Hill)124/5-2

SWEET SWEET JANE dueled for second last out off the long winter break. SMARTIES too grabbed place honors off the extended layoff. SHEZ MIGHTY SWEET and ROYAL DIAMOND CARTEL both exit victories.

3 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $20,000. Purse: $14,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: L G Suprem (Butler, Fauchald)123/10-1

2: Victory Sled (Lopez,Riecken)123/12-1

3: Sam’s Silver Star (Richard, Rengstorf)123/6-1

4: Sonny Money (Eikleberry,Silva)123/5-2

5: Great River Skier (Goncalves, Amoss)123/8-5

6: Let Da Cowboy Rock (Hernandez, Donlin)123/3-1

GREAT RIVER SKIER could prove tough opponent off the claim for the Amoss barn second off the layoff. Three solid works since purchased. LET DA COWBOY has won minor awards in his past six races and merits respect rolling late. Allowance dropper SONNY MONEY was over his head last out and is a obvious danger moving down in class.

4 About 1 mile, 70 yards. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $28,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Sew What (Escobar, Rhone)118/20-1

2: Capture This Star (Keith, Biehler)118/15-1

3: Disones Pretty (Velazquez, Biehler)118/5-1

4: Andrea’s Josie (Martin, McKinley)123/30-1

5: Justeveryday (Shepherd, Rhone)118/20-1

6: Counterfactual (Goncalves, Amoss)118/7-2

7: Madison Mayhem (Hernandez, Brinson)118/15-1

8: I’m So Fancy (Butler, Robertson)118/5-2

9: Ms Mumba (Carreno, Diodoro)118/6-1

10: Runthespellcheque (Richard, Donlin)123/20-1

11: Scatin Around (Murphy, Ashford)118/20-1

12: Chub’s Charmer (Sanchez, Westermann)118/30-1

13: Miserable Blue (Franco,Rarick)118/10-1

COUNTERFACTUAL could prove tough opponent if race remains on the turf, where she has done her best running. Looms deep danger flying late. I’M SO FANCY might decide to come out firing with lack of true pacesetter in the field with Butler aboard. Could be tough to catch if controls moderate pace. DISONES PRETTY held on for second on the off track last out after taking field as far as she could go.

5 About 1 mile, 70 yards. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $20,000. Purse: $19,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Mutually Exclusive (Canchari, Oliver)123/30-1

2: Eagle of Delight (Martin,Tracy, Jr.)123/15-1

3: Lemonsrgoodongrass (Sanchez, Anderson)123/12-1

4: Gracias a Ti (Vergara, Silva)118/5-1

5: Tenaha (Goncalves, Chambers)123/3-1

6: Subtle Splendor (Velazquez, Berndt)123/10-1

7: Sudden Tempest (Carreno, Sheehan)123/20-1

8: Deemie (Murphy, Litfin)123/20-1

9: Correspondence (Lopez, McFadden)123/30-1

10: Be My Honeycomb (Keith, Rengstorf)123/30-1

11: Katerrific (Eikleberry, Rarick)123/4-1

12: Djimmah (Richard, Rarick)123/8-1

13: Who’s for Glory (Franco, Lund)123/6-1

WHO’S FOR GLORY ran for second last turf effort to next out winner. Will need to get pushed early starting from the far outside out of the chute. TENAHA moves up in class and distance in her first race of the summer meet. DJIMMAH exits troubled race finishing off the board but has been freshened up since.

6 6 furlongs. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming. Purse:$34,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Be Proud (Franco, McFarlane)119/8-1

2: Polar Plunge (Velazquez, Scherer)121/9-2

3: Bella Ann (Butler, Robertson)123/9-5

4: Somerset Swinger (Carreno, Robertson)119/5-1

5: Ciaran’s Prize (Martin, Berndt)123/2-1

6: Dolly Peach (Goncalves, Scherbenske)119/10-1

CIARAN’S PRIZE made it look easy last out circling the field and drawing away to large margin victory with a lot left in the tank. BELLA ANN comes out of a couple of live heats as the winner and expects to be dueling from the start. POLAR PLUNGE and SOMERSET SWINGER are major players who have been facing much tougher in their glorious careers. Will be arriving late to the show with their late kick.

7 5½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Maiden special weight. Purse: $28,000

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: All American Man (Eikleberry, Scherbenske)119/8-1

2: Purimeter (Butler, Perez)119/6-1

3: Sir Munnings (Franco, Rarick)119/10-1

4: Smoltz (Velazquez, JBerndt)119/8-1

5: Sammy’s Mineshaft (Sanchez, Padilla)119/9-2

6: Sassy Moe (EMartin,Brinson)119/5-1

7: Delayed (Vergara, Diodoro)123/5-2

8: Loyal Warrior (Hernandez, McFarlane)119/6-1

SAMMY’S MINESHAFT ran career-best last out on muddy track chasing the pace before fading late. Cut back in distance and dry surface could change results. DELAYED ran a well-meant second effort off the 2½-year absence and probably needed that race to loosen up his legs. SASSY MOE and SMOLTZ must be respected in this closely matched group.

8 5½ furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance optional claiming. Purse: $32,000.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Gratzie (Goncalves, Robertson)119/5-1

2: Queen Kate (Franco, Lund)121/4-1

3: Gypsy Melody (Carreno, Robertson)119/6-1

4: Makinmymark (Eikleberry, Lund)119/10-1

5: Platinum Lady (Martin, Heitzmann)119/6-1

6: Sky and Sea (Butler, Rhone)119/7-2

7: Small Moves (Vergara, Diodoro)121/3-1

8: It’s Amore (Goodwin, Riecken)119/20-1

Let’s give SKY AND SEA one more shot with the cutback in distance and class. Love to see she had a couple of nice works after the Lady Slipper Stakes. GYPSY MELODY came late to the scene while settling for second against tougher last out. Should benefit with expected pace battle up front. SMALL MOVES will keep Sky and Sea company from the start with quick early speed, won two back while being ridden out.

9 6 furlongs. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Allowance. Purse: $36,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: Naomi Ridge Esq. (Goncalves, Robertson)121/3-1

2: Hoist Her Demi (Canchari, Canchari)121/20-1

3: Adorkable (Murphy, Hanson)121/12-1

4: Tapitintime (Escobar, Rhone)121/8-1

5: Gold Cup Skier (Carreno, Bravo)117/5-2

6: Kati Can (Franco, Padilla)121/15-1

7: Shaboom (Butler, Robertson)119/7-5

SHABOOM was much the best in first appearance as the favorite with seven-length margin victory. Should be plenty fit to get consecutive wins. GOLD CUP SKIER will be the one to catch to get the win. Won two back in gate to wire win. NAOMI RIDGE ESQ. enters with a solid work tab off the 9-month layoff.

10 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming $6,250. Purse: $12,500.

#: Horse, Jockey, TrainerWt./Odds

1: George Ray (Sanchez, Padilla)123/7-2

2: W W Concerto (Franco, Lund)123/5-2

3: Command the Land (Butler, Rhone)123/8-1

4: Steel Guitar (Carreno, Diodoro)123/5-1

5: Cole Cole (Goncalves, Silva)123/9-2

6: Two Left Shoes (Velazquez, Scherer)123/5-1

7: Deadly Black Eagle (Delorme, McFarlane)123/8-1

CONCERTO should appreciate getting back to natural soil after dull effort on the synthetic last out. Most likely lone pacesetter as the one to catch. Eleven-year-old GEORGE RAY, still has it after winning last out with four-wide driving effort. COMMAND THE LAND plunges in class as a contender for win honors.