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Al Cimaglia: Cal Expo Pick 4 Analysis-$25,000 Guaranteed Pool

April 18, 2021 | By Al Cimaglia

The feature at Cal Expo comes in Race 3 when 3-year-old colts and geldings battle for a $15,000 purse in California Sire Stakes action. The 0.20 Pick 4 starts in Race 8. The sequence has a $25,000 guaranteed pool and it will be my focus.

Comments and selections below are based on a fast track.

Race 8

1-Glen (6-1)-Qualified without hopples and drew off in 153.3 with a 27.4 last quarter. Loses Svendsen to #7 but Lackey shouldn't hurt chances. Makes 1st start for new barn and will take a swing the speed will be there tonight.
3-Johnny Ringo (5/2)-Comes off an even effort at 9/5 but might have been handled cautiously due to breaking stride in the previous start. Cutting could be more aggressive here and fits well with this group.
7-Sherwood (9/2)-Steps-up but comes off two big efforts for wins and both were at 1/9. Svendsen sticks and should offer a square price. Could leave and get the top, there isn't much gate speed in this field.

Race 9

1-Trinitysfancyfilly (7/2)-Did leave to get on the engine in last two and the previous start was from post 8. Svendsen should get a good seat and might trip out for a picture.
3-Wizzel Stix (6-1)-Stayed inside in last but rolled home with a .56 back half and could get a cozy trip here. Looks worthy of a swing and might be overlooked at the windows.
4-Street Parade (5/2)-Had a good steer to shake loose off the rail to win last at 14-1. Kerwood could have this mare in striking range again. Needed to race wide down the lane but was still able to carry its speed to the wire.
5-Hi Fidelity (7/2)-Drops and that should help as there is a lot of room to improve with a 1-14 record in 2021. Plano needs to work a good trip and he has options from this post.

Race 10

3-Along Came Jane (3-1)-Has hit the board in 9 of 14 this year and has 2 wins and a pair of 2nd place finishes in the last 4 starts. One move type should be put in play by Cutting. Could follow #5 and look to roll by down the lane.
5-Steady Breeze (7/5)-The morning line choice is looking for 2 straight and should be a player. But doesn't offer any value so will look to others as well.
6-Lickcreek Speedway (9/2)-Slow starter broke stride in last and that happens every now and then. But when this mare minds her manners she is a threat. Has won 4 of 13 this year and the short field won't hurt chances.

Race 11

4-Blue Gem (9/5)-Winner of 4 straight and the last 2 were at this class. Has toyed with the field in the last 2 starts and will be a strong chalk tonight.
7-Future Delight (7/2)-These are $4k claimers and if #4 isn't dialed on high this is the most likely winner. Svendsen should be out and rolling to get on the engine and if he can steal a quarter or 2 an upset is more likely.

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1,3,7/1,3,4,5/3,5,6/4,7
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Jerry Shottenkirk: My Early Pick 4 Ticket Sunday at Golden Gate

April 18, 2021 | By Jerry Shottenkirk

We basically turn the Golden Gate fields upside down this week for the Pick 4 offering on Sunday as the early Pick Four looks like a better target from start to finish than does its late counterpart.

The early offering begins with the second race (4:50 p.m. ET) and ends with the fifth (6:20 p.m. ET). The sequence includes a maiden claiming race, a maiden special event, a claiming race and ends with a group of starter allowance runners.

The suggested $54 Pick Four ticket looks like this:

Race 2 (4:50 p.m. ET, maiden claiming)

IN THE WIND improved to third in her first over the strip and was claimed by Jonathan Wong, who is moving along with a 32-percent success rate in first-after-claim. It was a bargain basement price of $8,000 for a Big Blue Kitten filly that originally sold for $130,000. She’s in good hands when it comes to potential improvement.

NEW WAYS TO DREAM moved up from sixth to third during a six-furlong race last out and she looks ready to stretch out off that last one. Can be in close attendance of the pace throughout.

COLD BREW KELLY is a homebred daughter of the legend California Chrome and has been second and third in her last two. Has never been a mile on the main track and should fit nicely at the distance as well as the class level.

Race 3 (5:20 p.m. ET, maidens)

GHOSTLY GAL closed to third going two turns on turf and gets back to the main track after showing improvement in all three races. Looks ready for a big effort.

MISCHIEF FREE hasn’t lived up to her original cost of $210K but looks ready to turn a corner here. Moves back to the main track and a gradual rally can put her in a good spot late.

DAMN THE TORPEDOES tried two tough groups of maidens on turf at Santa Anita and should be able to improve in the change in venue and surface.

MOART lands in a good place for her first career start. The Uncle Mo filly will make a run for Michael McCarthy, who is 6 of 13 (48 percent) locally.


Race 4 (5:50 p.m. ET, claiming)

NORTHERN GEM was in the hunt throughout her latest and stayed for fourth. Has been competitive going two turns and gives it a go on turf today. Pedigree says she should be able to handle it.

RIGHTEOUSLY has a nose for the wire and was up in time in her latest. Stretches out and goes onto the grass, and neither of those elements is beyond her reach.

PROOF OF JAZZ will be a headache for any others with designs on getting the early lead since she wired a sprint field in her latest. Tried the distance two back and was fourth. Could be able to carry it on out in this one.

Race 5 (6:20 p.m. ET, starter allowance)

LA VIKINA looked like a winner against similar last time but gave up the lead driving to the wire. Has been right there in all five career starts and it could be detrimental to leave her off your ticket.

JANERO ROSE improved position to third against these last time and is getting better with experience. A quick pace to chase could put her over the top.

CANAM GAL romped over maiden claimers in her debut and can get a perfect stalking trip.

Golden Gate Fields Late Pick 4 on Sunday:
50-cent Late Pick 4:
2) #3 In the Wind, #5 New Ways to Dream, #6 Cold Brew Kelly.
3) #2 Ghostly Gal, #3 Mischief Free, #4 Damn the Torpedoes, #5 Moart.
4) #4 Northern Gem, #5 Righteously, #7 Proof of Jazz.
5) #1 La Vikina, #4 Janero Rose, #6 Canam Gal.
Golden Gate Fields Early Pick 4 (races 2-5):3-5-6 with 2-3-4-5 with 4-5-7 with 1-4-6 ($54).
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Jeff Siegel's Santa Anita Analysis/Wagering Strategies - 4/18/21

April 18, 2021

Specifically designed for the rolling exotic player, Jeff Siegel’s “Daily Analysis and Wagering Strategies” isolates those horses that should be included in daily doubles, pick-3s, pick-4s, pick-5s, and the pick-6.
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The selections are posted at 6:00 a.m. and updated later in the morning to reflect late scratches and changes (approximately 10:30 a.m.).
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Grade Descriptions: Grade A=Highest degree of confidence; Grade B=Solid Play. Grade C=Least preferred or pass; Grade X=probable winner but likely at odds too short to play.


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RACE 1: Post: 1:00 PT Grade: C+
Use: 2-You Wanna Ear Rip; 3-Gotta Be Lucky; 7-Odessa

Forecast: Bottom-rung claiming fillies and mares meet over a mile in the Sunday opener. There are too many question marks to allow for a strong opinion, so we will triple the race in our rolling exotics – you may find the need to go deeper - but otherwise pass. Odessa is a genuine and consistent Bay Area invader from a high percentage outfit that prefers the front end but can stalk and win if the race flow dictates. She missed by a head at 40 cents on the dollar in her only prior race over conventional dirt; all of her other starts came on grass or synthetic. You Wanna Ear Rip, first-off-the-claim for G. Stute, stretches out for the first time and has sprint speed figures that make her competitive. On pedigree, she should be able to handle two turns and projects to be favorably placed saving ground behind the first flight. Gotta Be Lucky just outran a restricted $12,500 field last month and today faces open $10,000 foes in what is arguably a tougher assignment. She got loose on the lead through crawling fractions and held sway but will have no such advantage in this event. On the positive side, she has been first or second in five of 10 career outings over the local main track.
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RACE 2: Post: 1:38 PT Grade: B+
Use: 2-Curvette; 4-Sharapova

Forecast: Sharapova ran extremely well when pressing the pace and then staying on well to be third in a competitive event in her debut over this track and distance last month. The daughter of Outwork has been impressive in the morning since that race and can be expected to produce a significant forward move with that bit of experience behind her. Additionally, the P. Eurton barn has terrific stats with the second time starter angle. Curvette is a debuting daughter of Curlin from the B. Baffert barn with a series of sharp drills on her resume. The stable hits at an amazing 30% with its first timers so we expect her to be live and well-meant. Both should be included in rolling exotic play with preference on top to very promising Sharapova.
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RACE 3: Post: 2:12 PT Grade: B-
Use: 3-Tizamagician; 5-Zestful

Forecast: This year’s renewal of the 12-furlong, main track Tokyo City Cup-G3 attracted just five starters, two of which can be regarded as the main players. Zestful is as committed front runner and surely will try gate-to-wire tactics while Tizamagican has on occasion shown a willingness to settle behind a front-runner and then rally, so that is how we expect this race to unfold. Tizamagician exits better races and was second – albeit a distant second – in this race last year behind a better horse (Cupid’s Claws) than Zestful so we will put him on top. Zestful has proven to be more comfortable on grass or synthetic but if he is left alone, he may never look back. Both should be included in rolling exotic play.
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RACE 4: Post: 2:45 PT Grade: B
Use: 2-Jazzique; 6-Rakassah

Forecast: Rakassah got hooked into a speed duel in her recent comeback, disposed of her pace rival entering the lane, but then paid the price for her early efforts and wound up second in a sharp try over this course last month in a similar event. She has trained well since, so we are expecting a forward move from the Irish-bred filly, especially if she can settle off the pace and then produce a late run. Jazzique, away since last July, makes her California debut for new trainer M. McCarthy and we know she can fire fresh (she won her debut), and we know she can sprint on turf (she is 1-for-1 under these conditions). The daughter of Kingman has been given a solid foundation in the morning to be fit and ready and will be running on strongly late. These are the two we will be using in our rolling exotics with Rakassah receiving top billing.
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RACE 5: Post: 3:17 PT Grade: B
Use: 1-Alcools; 2-Promise Nothing; 5-Rebel Way

Forecast: Rebel Way looks properly spotted in this extended sprint for restricted (nw-3) $20,000 older claimers. He is making his second start off a long layoff for a barn that has solid stats with this angle, and after finishing second while almost four lengths clear of the rest the son of In Summation can outrun this field if he can produce a similar performance. With six weeks in between races he has likely had sufficient rest to repeat that effort. Alcools has the blinkers off maneuver that we like and goes for the always-lethal P. Miller/F. Prat trainer/jockey team (35%), so he is a major player on these two angles alone. Also, he is turning back from a two-turn event and just earned a career top speed figure when third at this level last month. Promise Nothing drops to a realistic level after failing to be competitive in a starter’s allowance race in his first start off a claim last month. Though he is one above his conditions (he’s only won once) the D. Azcarate-trained gelding is a fit on numbers and will be running on late.
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RACE 6: Post: 3:49 PT Grade: B
Use: 2-Mr. Impossible; 3-Cali Bay; 7-Myopic

Forecast: Cali Bay makes his U.S. debut in this better-than-par maiden turf sprint for 3-year-olds and has trained like the goods for a barn that excels with European imports. Fourth of 14 in his only outing in Ireland last fall, the Irish-bred colt lands F. Prat and looks extremely well-meant based on the ability he is displayed when outworking older quality horses leading up to this race. Mr. Impossible has shown good dirt form in a series of hot races, but with Shamardal on the bottom side of his pedigree he has every right to be just as good if not better on grass. Today we will find out is turf, indeed, is his preferred surface. Myopic is a fast-working first-timer from the B. Baffert barn with a good enough foundation to be ready for a major effort. The son of Candy Ride has plenty of early speed but can finish as well based on what he has shown in the morning. It will be interesting to see if he is sent or grabbed at the start, but in any case, he is a “must use.”
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RACE 7: Post: 4:21 PT Grade: C+
Use: 1-Mucho Del Oro; 2-Bob Daniels; 3-Rookie Year; 7-K P Silver Bullet

Forecast: This maiden-claiming six furlong sprint featuring several class droppers and is a messy affair requiring heavy usage in rolling exotic play. Mucho Del Oro was virtually eased in his debut two-turning against a tough maiden special weight field, but he has retuned to work extremely well from the gate, so we are willing to give him another chance. The turn back in trip combined with the class drop could make all the difference in the world, so we will make him a gamble at 10-1 on the morning line. Bob Daniels is another showing the always-dangerous maiden to maiden claiming class drop and has speed figures that make him a solid fit in this league. We will consider the break in the weights with the switch to bug girl E. Ellingwood a plus as well. K P Silver Bullet has trained okay for his debut and “okay” makes him a threat at this level. Based on what we have seen of him in the morning, the J. Mullins-trained sophomore will be doing his best work late. Rookie Year is yet another showing up in a seller for the first time and is a first-time gelding as well. The P. Miller-trained son of Tapit was out of his element when facing Bezos and others last time out over a mile but this group and this distance should be well within his capabilities, so at 6-1 on the morning line he is worth including as well.
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RACE 8: Post: 4:53 PT Grade: X
Single: 4-Brickyard Ride

Forecast: Brickyard Ride is listed as the 3/5 morning line favorite in this year’s four-runner Konda Gold S.-G3 over six and one-half furlongs. On paper, he deserves to be an even shorter price. The son of Clubhouse Ride has won four of his last five starts and five of six career outings over the Santa Anita main track. Additionally, he is easily the controlling speed from a cozy outside draw and based on pure numbers he should dominate as a no-value, rolling exotic single.
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RACE 9: Post: 5:25 PT Grade: B
Use: 3-Miss Dracarys; 5-Frazzled; 6-Equilove

Forecast: Equilove scored nicely over this course and distance in her U.S. debut last month, has worked well since, and looks capable of scoring right back despite the class hike. The Irish-bred filly overcame a slow start to produce a furious late rally to get up in time, and with a better break today the P. D’Amato-trained filly will be difficult to contain late. Miss Dracarys is lightly-raced with room to improve. Freshened since mid-January, the N. Drysdale-trained filly can be a factor with a repeat of her debut maiden grass sprint win at Aqueduct late last year. Frazzled adds Lasix in her first start since September and shows a recent work tab that should have her plenty fit. She is another that can be expected to be heard from late and at 20-1 on the morning line offers good long shot value in both the horizontal and vertical exotics.
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Brian W. Spencer's Daily Picks

Santa Anita - Race #3
Picks Notes
#5 Zesftul Forward player should be able to play a spying game with Tizamagician near the top, and this guy has a little bit of distance class to him.
#3 Tizamagician Dropper comes out of the Santa Anita Handicap, and he was a distant second in this race last year, so the distance isn't any cause for concern. Should be there.
#1 Multiplier Grinding type has form that's all over the place right now, but he's capable of something that would keep him in the picture here. Move back to the main helps.
Race Summary Zestful has good pace and should be able to sit just off Tizamagician in the early stages, and this one seems attractive at anything better than 2/1.

Santa Anita - Race #7
Picks Notes
#8 Careless Kitten He took a step forward in that last one when trying this level for the first time, and he's right there if he's able to bring something similar again today.
#2 Bob Daniels He gets into a maiden claiming spot for the first time, giving him some room to move forward, but he has given away ground late in all three career starts and is probably overbet with these.
#7 K P Silver Bullet Debuter doesn't meet a particularly deep field at first asking, and he seems reasonably placed for the first trip to post. Not out of the question.
Race Summary Careless Kitten will need to avoid taking a step back off an improved effort last out, but that uncertainty might lead to him offering a playable enough price on the board.

Santa Anita - Race #9
Picks Notes
#9 Bleu Ballon She didn't stay going a mile with stakes company last out, but now she's back around one turn with a good draw to press the splits early on. Back to what she does best.
#8 Majestic Steps Beat the top choice when they met in maiden company back in January, but her form has not held through a couple starts -- one with stakes company. Cutback may do the trick.
#2 Isn't She Lovely Tactical type moved up in a big way when getting on the turf last out with Lasix and blinkers for the first time, and she should be able to land a nice trip spying the pace early on.
Race Summary Bleu Ballon tried a stakes mile last out and wasn't up to the task in the stretch, but she draws ideally to prompt the issue early on while getting back around one turn.
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Santa Anita - Race #8
Picks Notes
#1 Cezanne Takes on more experienced foes and hasn't been out since last August, but it's hard to imagine a horse working any better and he'll be in close attendance early. Expect a big one in his first off the shelf.
#4 Brickyard Ride Cruised to an easy win in the G2 San Carlos and could get more pressure today; has one way of doing things, and that's on the front end.
#3 Ax Man Won going a mile last time and should benefit from running that distance; should be rolling at this 6.5-furlong distance.
Race Summary Cezanne has worked well, looks ready for his return and can be a success in his first off a layoff.

Santa Anita - Race #3
Picks Notes
#4 Lure Him In Takes a step up in class and moves over from the turf; long before all of his recent past performances, he was three of five on dirt. He comes off a 1.5-mile turf race n which he was second. Has the best closing move and has a good chance at an upset.
#3 Tizamagician Has the speed to determine how this develops and will be heavily favored off of recent graded stakes efforts; he was second in this race a year ago.
#5 Zestful Likes to be on the front end and could apply pressure to the favorite; just missed in his latest.
Race Summary Lure Him In likes to run long and can pick up the pieces if the front runners falter; couldn't ask for a better pace setup.

Santa Anita - Race #4
Picks Notes
#1 Nu Pi Lambda Was third in a good allowance race last out and can get a good stalking trip under Hall of Famer Mike Smith, who was aboard when she broke her maiden.
#2 Jazzique Has a win and three seconds in fourth starts and has had a spread-out career. She hasn't raced since July 2020, when she was third in an allowance at Saratoga. Moves over to the Michael McCarthy barn after racing for Chad Brown.
#5 Lofty Very rapid and could get clear; won three straight here last year and hasn't raced in 11 months.
Race Summary Nu Phi Lambda has been out three times this year, giving her a fitness edge over contenders coming off long layoffs; has a good kick and can benefit from following a rapid pace.
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Aqueduct 4th race post time 2:53

#3 Jen’s Battle-has a win from just two starts over this course and was taking on tougher last year. She came off a 2 month break, shipped to Santa Anita and showed speed while breaking from the #10 post before tiring in her first race with blinkers on last our. She is back on her favorite course, removes the blinkers, gets a better post, get I.Oritz and we will try to beat the 7-5 favorite.

#6 Wicked Amber-drops in class for a trainer with whom I have had zero luck and for that reason we will try to beat him.

#1 Positive Skew- rallied to get the score on the turf at GP two starts back then rallied last out to miss by only 2 lengths. She is improving and could run into the payoffs.
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Aqueduct - Race 7

Exacta, Trifecta (.50), Super (.10), Pick 3 Races (7-9), Double Wagers


Stakes • 6 1/2 Furlongs • Dirt • Age 3 • CR: 90 • Purse: $200,000 • Post: 4:34P
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Race Type: Fast-paced Race. There are many horses that could vie for the early lead. Check on scratches of any of the Front-runners. * KEY ANGLES * LAOBANONAPRAYER: Horse had a bullet workout within the last seven days. Horse has the highest Tra ckMaster Power Rating. SHAKER SHACK: Horse has run a Good Race within the last 30 days. Horse ranks in the top three in TrackMaster Power Rating. SHESADIRTYDANCER: Horse has run a Good Race within the last 30 days. Horse ranks in the top three in average Equibase Class Rating at the distance/surface. LAURA'S BELLAMY: Horse's win percentage at today's distance(sprint or route)/surface (dirt or turf) is at least 50. Horse ranks in the top three in TrackMaster Power Rating.
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