Sorry for the delay in information this morning. I was out of town celebrating a friend’s birthday, and did not have access to realizable internet an WiFi. I will be updating our percentages a bit later, but here is updated information for each race.

Happy Mother’s Day and enjoy one of the most beautiful days of the year.

1st: 6-4-2-3-5-1…

2nd: 2-7-3-4

3rd: 3-4-5-1-6…Belles Orb (3) has run against some tougher customers to date. Drops significantly in company for today’s affair and the workout on May 8 was super nice. I bet the 3 to win/place and then key the 3 over/under all the rest of the numbers listed in the exacta.

4th: 1-2-3-5-8…Paddys Class (1) finished third against similar kind last time out and the trainer feels right at home along this backstretch. May have needed the last race and if she gained some conditioning, she could be tough on the lead at this distance today. Lil Vie (2) goes for the hottest barn in town. Trainer hits with .42% with the blinkers off. Should like the move to the turf here. Soft Cheese (3) nearly won the last time out and the trainer scores with .21% on the sprint to route angle. Doesn’t do as well in the switch from dirt to turf surface switch (.07%), but does get the blinkers for the first time today. I bet the 1-2 across the board; box those two in the exacta; and then key those 2 over the rest in a smaller version.

5th: 3-7-4-2…Cuddle Kitten (3) looks to be a nice claim prospect at the level. Has not been close in the last five outs, but die win here last November. Worth a shot? Medlin (7) was closing with a purpose the last three times out and looks to be the one to beat. Jockey is as cold as they come. As in ever. Ashy Taty (4) has hit the board in 4 of 9 lifetime tries, and figures to be close at the wire. I bet the 3-7 across the board and then box the top 3 numbers in one exacta.

6th: 9-3-5-2-8-7…Lou’s Chardonnay (9) gets stuck wide in this group, but the filly looks to have speed and should be able to get away quickly and move over, especially with the drop in class for this one. Should improve with the second try off a layoff and had a nice work here on May 5. Hot rider aboard. Gate Salvaje (3) ran well on debut, but has faltered against better in the last two. Gets back to this level today with a significant rider switch. Trainer scores with .20% when dropping from MSW to MC levels. Concord Coupe (5) showed speed before tiring in the debut run late March. Should last longer today. I bet the 9-3 across the board and then box those 2 in one exacta; key those 2 over/under all the rest in two smaller versions.

7th: 1-6-3-4-7-9…Power Walker (1) gets a nice class drop for a top barn that hits with .35% when dropping this much. Nice work here on April 11 and had a win over the dirt back in November. Ring Me up (6) gets a nice class drop for this one, as well. Nice work here on April 19. Trainer scores with .45% when making this type of class dump. Kahramani (3) has two thirds in the last three tries and goes for a hot trainer this year. Can’t totally dismiss. I bet the 1-6 across the board and then box those two in one exacta. I key the top 2 numbers over the rest in a smaller version.

8th: 6-4-2-7-4-1…Giant Payday (6) has been on my “Horses to Watch” list for quite some time. Well bred and ran a super nice one in the slop at Keeneland in the last. Should figure very strongly for a top barn, who is having a super good meet with two more wins on Saturday. Nileator (4) won three back over the grass at GP. Has speed but must learn to throttle back to best utilize. I bet the 6 to win/place/show and then key the 6 over/ under all the numbers listed.

9th: 4-7-8-1A-2-1-6-5…Cool Beans (4) goes for the barn of Brad Cox, who is the hottest trainer on the planet this year. This one has a second and a third in the first two career starts and now moves over to the dirt for the first time. Trainer hits with .25% of these kind of surface switchers and had a super nice work here on May 5. Look out here. Auntie’s The One (7) has run two seconds in a row after two wins in a row. Top rider stays aboard and a beaten favorite last time out. Trainer hits with .15% of those returning from that situation. Princessof the Nyl (8) is fully capable of winning this one at ML odds of 6-1. Has hit the board in 6 of 7 lifetime tries and each of the last five outs. Picks up a super aggressive rider in the irons today. Don’t leave out. I bet the 4-8 across the board and then box the top 3 in the exacta.

10th: 6-9-10-8…Baratti (6) will make a return visit to the lawn today after winning last time out. Loses that nice condition and moves up in class as a result, but this one could repeat for a trainer who broke his career maiden earlier this week with one similar to this one. Watch out. Abraham (9) gets back to the lawn after a nice move over the dirt at Keeneland last time out. This one does have 1 win in 4 tries over the sod, and that came against tougher ones down at GP. Trainer is red hot, too. Above the Bar (10) draws a tough post, but does have tactical speed if the rider chooses to use it early. Cut back in distance should not hurt either and has hit the board in 8 of 10 tries over this grass course. I bet the 6 to win/place/show and box the top 3 numbers in one exacta. I key the 6 over/under all the numbers listed in two more, as well.

Good Luck & All the Best