First three horses listed in each race in order of predicted finish. May 24 First race: 6:45 p.m. 1 5 ½ furlongs, purse $5,350, 3-year-olds...
First three horses listed in each
race in order of predicted finish.
First race: 6:45 p.m.
|1 5 ½ furlongs, purse $5,350, 3-year-olds and up, maiden claiming $5,000|
|3||Big Fat Storm||D Hoonan||9-5||118|
|4||Mister Q. P.||R Bowen||3-1||124|
|2||Cadehill Slew||C Doll||8-1||124|
|6||Peakaboot Postette||N Chaves||10-1||124|
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Austincitynights showed some ability last year and drops in class for his first start of 2013. Big Fat Storm put up a nice speed figure while finishing second in his career debut a couple of weeks ago. Mr. Q. P. was a flop as the favorite in his last race.
|2 5 ½ furlongs, purse $4,725, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $2,500|
|1||Cresent McGain||D Hoonan||7-2||124|
|3||Havin a Good Day||R Richard||5-1||124|
|9||Willie the Fox||J Matias||3-1||124|
|2||Be There Joe||J Whitaker||6-1||124|
|4||Sharper Knight||R Bowen||10-1||124|
|5||Adriatic Princ||M Hagerty||15-1||124|
|7||Tanya’s Toad||C Doll||10-1||124|
Crescent McGain has won six times in 16 starts at Emerald, and he could turn around his recent poor form with the drop in class. Havin a Good Day has won nine times (with 21 in-the-money finishes) in 34 starts at Emerald. Willie the Fox drops in class.
|3 6 furlongs, purse $4,400, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $2,500|
|6||All My Friends||D Lopez||2-1||121|
|7||Mo’em Down||I Enriquez||5-2||121|
|3||Run Atom||J Whitaker||6-1||121|
|1||Ima Royal Prince||C Papineau||5-1||115|
|5||G Ten||E Kubinova||8-1||121|
All My Friends should lead gate to wire against this group. Mo’em Down lost by a neck as the 1-2 favorite two weeks ago. Run Atom can fill out the trifecta.
|4 5 ½ furlongs, purse $5,675, 3-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, claiming $4,000|
|7||Carrow the Sparrow||D Lopez||5-2||123|
|5||Peakaboot Turn||I Enriquez||8-1||123|
|2||Zaiah’s Gold||J Matias||10-1||117|
|3||Tesio’s Theory||R Bowen||8-1||123|
|6||Yo Syd||M Hardison||20-1||118|
|8||Reliable Ema||N Chaves||15-1||123|
Carrow the Sparrow lost by a head at this level two weeks ago, and a similar effort should win this. Royal Cantu drops in class and fits well with this group. Peakaboot Turn can be competitive with a good start.
|5 6 furlongs, purse $7,450, 3-year-old, fillies, claiming $7,500|
|3||Hot Date||D Lopez||9-5||121|
|2||Kissing Ruby||I Enriquez||3-1||121|
|4||Our Little Hen||Camacho-Flrs||8-1||121|
|5||My Friend Billye||R Richard||10-1||121|
|7||Mrs. Corcoran||D Hoonan||5-1||121|
Hot Date takes a big drop in class after failing to get the early lead in what was a very fast pace. She should be leading early and will be tough to catch. She’sontopyodeling was second at this level in her last race and has the leading jockey aboard. Midnight Maggie can improve with the drop in class.
|6 6 ½ furlongs, purse $13,750, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $17,500/$15,000|
|4||Our Eagle Boy||J Gutierrez||5-2||120|
|5||Dare Me Devil||R Bowen||5-1||117|
|6||Go With Gusto||E Kubinova||7-2||120|
Leading jockey Juan Gutierrez sticks with Our Eagle Boy after a poor start doomed his chances last month. Ugottabcatty has finished second 11 times in 25 starts at Emerald. Wasserman will be rallying late.
|7 6 ½ furlongs, purse $4,725, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $2,500|
|5||Royal Shrine||J Gutierrez||5-2||124|
|9||Intentional Foul||E Kubinova||6-1||124|
|2||Hip Hop City||R Bowen||4-1||124|
|1||Who’s Your Next Ex||D Hoonan||10-1||124|
|3||Our Marshal Cahill||Camacho-Flrs||15-1||124|
|6||Win Photos Will Do||I Enriquez||7-2||124|
|7||Disco D||L Gonzalez||12-1||124|
|8||It’s Our Pleasure||J Whitaker||5-1||124|
Royal Shrine should improve in his second start after a long layoff. This should be a good distance for Intentional Foul. Hip Hop City will be rallying late.
Best bet: All My Friends