10/29/2010 10:46PM

Oak Tree: Rosario's smooth move


Saravas Wild Again ($8) won Friday's fourth race for 3-year-old $50,000 claimers over 1 1-16 miles on turf, and it was a move by jockey Joel Rosario on the first turn that played a major impact in the outcome.

Rosario zoomed through a gap on the rail to take Saravas Wild Again to the lead going into the backstretch. Saravas Wild Again led comfortably on the backstretch and held off a late threat from Keen Bidder to win by a length.

Saravas Wild Again won the second leg of the pick six, which is being swept by Rosario, at least so far. He won the first leg on It's Not Unusual ($3.60).

Saravas Wild Again is owned by Legacy Ranch, which could be in for a big night. In the ninth race at Los Alamitos, at approximately 10:50 p.m., Legacy Ranch's Flying Fig is favored to win the $1.2 million Golden State Million Futurity for Quarter Horses.