Santa Anita Race 2: Post: 1:33
The veteran son of Goldencents was 80-1 in a recent turf sprint vs. much tougher starter $25,000 foes 13 days ago and actually didn’t run badly when fifth after leaving a step slowly. Against this group from his cozy outside draw, he projects to enjoy an ideal pace-stalking trip, and in a race without much speed should find himself right where he needs to be. There’s plenty of value to be found at his morning line of 8-1, if you can get it.
Santa Anita Race 8: Post: 4:46 PT
6-Song of Fire (7/5)
Finished a willing second under similar conditions last month and not much more will be needed to beat this field. The John Sadler-trained filly shows four solid workouts since raced, so she could be set for significant forward move. Let’s make her a win play and rolling exotic single.