First three horses listed in each race in order of predicted finish.

June 20

First race: 6:45 p.m.

1 41/2 furlongs, purse $8,925, 2-year-old, maiden claiming $12,500
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
4 Quack of Lightning R Richard 5-2 118
1 Gavinator J Matias 3-1 118
5 Badrock Canyon J Gutierrez 6-1 118
2 Recon Patrol J Zunino 5-1 118
3 Trygve’s Besst L Mawing 6-1 118
6 Market’s Trickey D Lopez 8-1 118
7 Trick Silver F Valdez 10-1 118
8 Boss Talk J Rosales 12-1 118

Quack of Lightning can improve a lot after having issues at the gate in his career debut. Gavinator showed some early speed before fading in his debut. Badrock Canyon can fill out the trifecta.

2 5 furlongs, purse $5,500, 3-year-olds and up, maiden claiming $5,000
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
5 The Prime Mover D Lopez 5-2 118
2 Stealth Fighter A Sanguinetti 2-1 124
6 Red Rainier I Enriquez 3-1 118
1 One Cheezy Dude J Zunino 8-1 118
3 Passion Cat 15-1J Rosales 118
SCR Shadow Code Scratched - -
4 Sociable Gold E Kubinova 12-1 118
7 Killian’s Red L Gonzalez 8-1 118
SCR Sir Riley Scratched - -

The Prime Mover can improve with a cleaner trip in his second start at Emerald Downs. Stealth Fighter has been facing better horses in Southern California. Red Rainier might have good early speed based on his very fast 3-furlong workout on Saturday.

3 11/16 miles, purse $5,600, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $2,500
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
7 Bird Colonel J Zunino 9-2 121
2 Gold Tie Please L Mawing 5-2 124
4 Play Hard to Win J Rosales 6-1 121
1 Duke Street King I Enriquez 7-2 124
3 Joel N Jill J Matias 9-2 115
5 Salsa Boy R Richard 4-1 121
6 Niccolo’s Dancer D Lopez 15-1 121

Bird Colonel has been in the money in four of five starts at this distance. Gold Tie Please is a question mark at this distance but is at the proper level after winning for the first time in his last race. Play Hard to Win should improve in his second start at Emerald Downs.

4 61/2 furlongs, purse $5,800, 3-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, claiming $4,000
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
1 Claudia’s Cahill I Enriquez 7-2 123
7 Promiscuous Harbor R Bowen 5-2 120
5 Miss Fast Eddie D Lopez 9-2 117
2 Tribal Valentine R Richard 8-1 123
3 Silly Streak C Doll 20-1 120
4 Crush On You E Kubinova 5-1 117
6 Kandra F Valdez 4-1 120
8 Katsthoughts G Mitchell 15-1 117

Claudia’s Cahill lost by a head in her last race, but a similar effort might be good enough to win this race. Promiscuous Harbor has been second in three straight races. Miss Fast Eddie has had tough trips in her past two races.

5 61/2 furlongs, purse $9,300, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $7,500
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
3 Rainier Ice G Mitchell 5-2 120
4 Surprise Sale I Enriquez 3-1 122
1 War Wizard L Gonzalez 7-2 120
2 Chu and I D Lopez 4-1 120
5 Whiskeyonthehouse J Gutierrez 6-1 120
6 Carl Command L Camacho-Flores 6-1 124

Rainier Ice drops in class to a level where he should be tough to beat. Surprise Sale has won seven of 13 career starts. War Wizard jumps up in class after a nice win.

6 6 furlongs, purse $14,800, 3-year-old, fillies, claiming $20,000/$18,000
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
1 See My Tail Lites E Kubinova 3-1 117
2 Point Da Harbor G Mitchell 7-2 114
4 Forever a Fan L Mawing 5-2 117
3 Seadrifter D Lopez 5-1 117
5 K K’s Wonderwoman J Gutierrez 5-1 117
6 Knight Club I Enriquez 9-2 117

See My Tail Lites is improving each race. Point Da Harbor has won three of her past four races but is jumping up in class. Forever a Fan has been racing decently on the synthetic surface at Golden Gate in Northern California, and has a good chance if she likes running on real dirt.

7 6 furlongs, purse $5,300, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $2,500
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
7 Premium Quality A Sanguinetti 2-1 121
3 Expenses Paid R Richard 7-2 124
6 Sam Jam I Enriquez 4-1 121
1 Cat Mon Blue R Bowen 5-1 121
2 Lots of Prayers J Matias 8-1 124
4 Decisive Fact L Gonzalez 15-1 121
5 State Capital L Mawing 5-1 121
SCR Epic Electorate Scratched - -

Premium Quality makes his first start at Emerald Downs, but he has a speed-figure advantage. Expenses Paid won for the first time in two years in his last race. Sam Jam is better than his last race indicates.

Best bet: Rainier Ice.