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

Sunday

First race: 2 p.m.

1 4 furlongs, purse $4,400, 3-year-olds and up, Allowance
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
4 Eyes Movin R Richard 3 125
2 Rf Pistol Pete L Camacho-Flores 5/2 125
1 Lucky Some Beach J Matias 7/2 125
3 Mr Easy Okie C Doll 12 125
5 Patty Okey L Gonzalez 9/2 123
6 Just a Rumor J Zunino 4 125

Eyes Movin can improve with a better trip. Rf Pistol Pete has won five of nine starts at Emerald Downs. Lucky Some Beach has won four straight races.

2 1 mile, purse $10,300, 3-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, claiming $12,500/$10,000
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
5 Lasting Rose E Kubinova 2 119
1 Cheese J Gutierrez 7/2 119
2 Diner’s Diva L Mawing 5/2 123
3 Merry Sherry J Zunino 5 120
4 Lumen Took It R Bowen 3 119

Lasting Rose has had success at this distance (a win and a third in two starts). Cheese runs in a route race for the first time and will likely get the early lead. Diner’s Diva is coming off a win and was second in both races at this distance last summer at Emerald.

3 1 mile, purse $17,850, 3-year-olds and up, maiden optional claiming $30,000
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
1 Thanks a Million L Mawing 7/2 124
5 Calculated Chaos A Sanguinetti 2 124
2 Royal Tale D Lopez 5/2 118
3 Brilliant Thought R Richard 10 113
4 Inviting Roman I Enriquez 10 113
6 Grinder Sparksaglo J Gutierrez 3 118

Thanks a Million should like stretching out to a mile. Calculated Chaos is an improving horse. Royal Tale will likely try to lead from gate to wire.

4 6 furlongs, purse $5,500, 3-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, maiden claiming $5,000
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
1 She’s My Favorite E Kubinova 6 123
4 Featherlite R Bowen 8 117
6 Country Grind G Mitchell 5 117
2 Mia Sorella I Enriquez 8 123
3 On Line Sweetie J Zunino 20 123
5 You Send Me J Whitaker 20 123
7 Papa’s Grandkids D Lopez 10 117
8 Musical Delight L Camacho-Flores 9/2 117
9 Lahaina Rose J Gutierrez 5/2 117
10 Nothin Like a Dame L Gonzalez 15 123
11 Grantbobbiawish A Sanguinetti 15 123

SCRATCHED: Wemissstacy.

She’s My Favorite drops in class to the level she nearly won at two races ago, finishing second and losing by a half length. Featherlite, making her career debut, wouldn’t have to be great to beat this weak field. Country Grind was third in her debut two weeks ago.

5 6 furlongs, purse $6,200, 3-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, claiming $3,500
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
6 Wedge of Gold G Mitchell 3 123
4 Seattle Game R Bowen 5/2 123
5 Sun City I Enriquez 7/2 123
1 Grand Baylee L Mawing 6 120
2 Have’n a Wild Time R Richard 8 123
3 Port Wakefield J Whitaker 6 120
7 Kilauea D Lopez 6 123

Wedge of Gold returns to a sprint after fading at a mile. Seattle Game returns nine days after a rare poor effort at this track. Sun City is still going strong at age 10.

6 11/16 miles, purse $6,200, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $3,500
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
1 Corner Office L Mawing 4 121
3 Our Eagle Boy R Bowen 6 121
4 Showmethemoneyjim R Richard 3 121
2 Jade Road J Whitaker 8 124
5 Mr Shane the Pain E Kubinova 15 121
6 Barton Hill A Sanguinetti 5 124
7 Sammartino J Zunino 12 121
8 Over and Under L Camacho-Flores 15 121
9 Cane Seeker D Lopez 7/2 124

Corner Office is better than his last race indicates and is now racing for trainer Joe Toye, who is on a roll. Our Eagle Boy is not real consistent but has a good chance if this is a day he feels like running. Showmethemoneyjim takes a slight drop in class and will be rallying late.

7 6 furlongs, purse $20,475, 3-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, claiming $50,000/$40,000
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
2 Finding More E Kubinova 9/2 119
4 Kind of Naughty I Enriquez 2 119
1 Tabled With Gold G Mitchell 5/2 120
3 Havasu Falls J Gutierrez 10 119
5 Hetty R Bowen 5 119
6 Smokin’ Grey L Mawing 4 119

Finding More runs for a claiming price for the first time since her career debut two years ago. Kind of Naughty was competitive in stakes races at Turf Paradise in Phoenix over the winter. Tabled With Gold tries hard every time.

8 1 mile, purse $5,900, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $4,000
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
1 Big Black Cat D Lopez 5/2 121
3 Brother Greg E Kubinova 7/2 121
4 Big Question J Gutierrez 6 124
2 Epic Electorate R Richard 4 121
5 Just Like Uptown L Mawing 3 124
6 Shuddle L Camacho-Flores 5 124

Big Black Cat lost by a neck in a similar race as the favorite two weeks ago. Brother Greg had a tough trip in his last race. Big Question drops in class.

9 1 mile, C and G (colts and geldings), purse $50,000, 3-year-old, Coca-Cola Handicap
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
3 Noosito L Mawing 9/5 121
8 Del Rio Harbor G Mitchell 3 121
9 Slice of Red J Gutierrez 10 114
1 Mebossman D Lopez 8 117
2 Trick Or Retreat I Enriquez 10 114
4 Redsolocup A Sanguinetti 15 115
5 He’s Zuberrific E Kubinova 20 116
6 Charlie Thomas F Valdez 5 116
7 Kenai King R Bowen 6 117

Noosito looked awesome winning last month’s Auburn Handicap. His stablmate, Del Rio Harbor, was favored in that race and could rebound after being a well-beaten third. Slice of Red showed some talent in two races at Hastings in Vancouver, B.C.

10 1 mile, purse $5,300, 3-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, claiming $2,500
PP Horse Jockey Line Wt.
2 Nobluffjustgo R Bowen 7/2 123
4 Sydney On My Mind E Kubinova 9/2 120
5 The Doll Room D Lopez 5/2 120
1 Jo B With Thee J Whitaker 8 120
3 Penngrove R Richard 10 120
6 Chips Indy Salsa L Gonzalez 6 120
7 Come On Cozzene L Mawing 3s 123

Nobluffjustgo and Sydney On My Mind were second and third in their last starts, their first tries in a route race. The Doll Room is usually in the money.

BEST BET: Wedge of Gold.