Interesting Del Mar card for Saturday

Two solid stakes races today at Del Mar, including one of the toughest races of the meet to dissect — the Grade II Palomar Handicap for fillies and mares. Good luck picking a winner in that race. I really think six of the 12 horses have a chance, including my selection — the Bobby Frankel-trained Amorama. But it would not surprise me to see one of five other distaffers — Three Degrees, Island Fashion, Sharp Lisa, Shining Energy or Mea Domina — find the winner’s circle. I like Brother Derek in the El Cajon. Dan Hendricks can have him ready to fire off a near four-month layoff. If he’s ready to go, which I think he will be, there’s no horse in the race as good as the Benchmark colt. Alex Solis will have Brother Derek sitting just off the pace-setting Da Stoops and then take charge in the stretch.

Betting-wise, I like Dakota Lass in the third. Blinkers go on and I think Victor Espinoza will be sitting on or very close to the lead. She’s my best bet of the day. I like Lady Truffles in the sixth, with maybe a smaller play on Light and Magic in the same race. Take a long look at Pachiro in the ninth and if you play a late pick four, I think the nightcap is wide open. Better include Tumbaga, Transduction Gold, T. H. Praise, Twice Unbridled and A Big To’do in the 10th.
Good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

8 thoughts on “Interesting Del Mar card for Saturday

  1. I always have a few bucks on horses I like that go off at 34-1 … nothing as good as that running today, though. Oh well. Horse players live to play another day.

  2. It’s absolutly true.but we have to obay or do semhtoig like change or something different like plantation + its daily services (mavjat) , try to avoid use of A.Cs and more as u know

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