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Breeders' Cup 2013 pre-entries, odds


Video: Breeders' Cup Challenge prep races

Saturday, November 2, 2013 Get Advanced PPs »

Odds and comments by Mike Watchmaker.

Classic »

Purse: $5,000,000, 1 1/4 miles

Game On Dude B. Baffert Been mostly dominant this year, but meets his toughest field since he flopped in this race last year 5-2
Mucho Macho Man K. Ritvo Romped in the local prep, and was a sharp second in this race last year; he clearly loves Santa Anita 5-1
Fort Larned I. Wilkes Won last year's Classic, albeit with the speed bias; last outing was good, and one he can improve on 6-1
Ron the Greek W. Mott Freaked in the J. C. Gold Cup; dangerous if he can duplicate that, with 'if' being the operative word 8-1
Flat Out W. Mott His third in the J. C. Gold Cup was not his best performance; it could be a sign that he's tailing off form 10-1
Palace Malice T. Pletcher Unlucky fourth in the Travers, but can't find an excuse for his soundly beaten second in the Gold Cup 12-1
Will Take Charge D. W. Lukas Improved dramatically over the summer while also taking blinkers off; faces elders for the first time 12-1
Declaration of War A. O'Brien Won two Group 1 races this year in England for sharp barn; dirt ability is obviously the big question 15-1
Graydar T. Pletcher He's a winner, but his easy trip Kelso score was only okay; this 10 furlong distance might be an issue 15-1
Paynter B. Baffert It's remarkable he's with us, but he wasn't in the same league with Mucho Macho Man last time out 15-1
Last Gunfighter C. Brown Hard hitter fits much better in Grade 2 or 3 events than he does at this level; looks overmatched 20-1
Moreno E. Guillot Raised his game with blinkers on, but he was carried by the track when he came close in the Travers 20-1
Planteur M. Botti Dirt isn't the only question for this Euro; it has also been 30 months since he won a Group 1 race 30-1

Mile »

Purse: $2,000,000, 1 mile, turf

Wise Dan C. Lopresti Won this last year, but looked less than invincible when second in the Shadwell on Polytrack he loves 8-5
Olympic Glory R. Hannon Just won the British Champions Mile; would be asked to ship and run back, all in only two weeks 6-1
Silver Max D. Romans Upset Wise Dan in the off-the-turf Shadwell; sharp, but might be compromised early by Obviously 8-1
Bright Thought J. Gutierrez Was an absolute monster at SA early this year; very tough spot to return from a 7 1/2 month layoff 12-1
Obviously M. Mitchell Seems to have tailed off in his last two starts; expect him to send in an attempt to recapture top form 12-1
Toronado R. Hannon His mile form in England was solid before stepping out of his element in last; been away two months 12-1
Flotilla M. Delzangles Won Juvy Fillies Turf last year, the French 1000 Guineas this year; intriguing if you can forgive last two 15-1
He Be Fire N Ice J. Sadler Really raised his game in his last two starts; moving up again, but will get pace to set up his late run 15-1
Magician A. O'Brien The Turf is his first choice even though he won the Irish 2000 Guineas; his last was poor, however 15-1
No Jet Lag S. Callaghan Upset winner of the local prep at the distance over the course should get a favorable pace set up 15-1
Za Approval C. Clement Second to Wise Dan in the Woodbine Mile, though a soundly beaten one; steady vs. lesser company 20-1
Jeranimo M. Pender Will appreciate getting back on turf, but he's never been this good; Turf Sprint is his first preference 30-1
Mshawish M. Delzangles European is ambitiously spotted given his overall record in Group stakes events; looking elsewhere 30-1
Silentio G. Mandella Close third in the Dmr Mile last out was probably his best so far, yet he still must improve significantly 30-1
Also Eligible (in order of preference)
Boat Trip M. Pender Currently in career form, but seems best sprinting; makes sense that the Turf Sprint is his first choice 30-1
Cristoforo Colombo A. O'Brien Far from the best horse this barn has ever pre-entered in the Breeders' Cup; a definite outsider 30-1

Sprint »

Purse: $1,500,000, 6 furlongs

Pointsoffthebench T. Yakteen Sharp win in local prep, improving, always fires; question if he has had enough time since his last start 7-2
Private Zone D. O'Niell Also very sharp now; likes to wait on competition and then beat them, can't mess around with these 5-1
Justin Phillip S. Asmussen Narrowly beaten by Private Zone in the Vosburgh and might be better than ever this year at age 5 6-1
Secret Circle B. Baffert Winner of the defunct Juvy Sprint in 2011 recently scored nicely off a very long absence; intriguing 8-1
Fast Bullet D. W. Lukas Forget his last, it was absolutely the wrong spot for him; highly talented, but wish Baffert still had him 10-1
Reneesgotzip P. Miller Turf Sprint is her first preference, which is good because she's best on either turf or synthetic surfaces 10-1
Gentlemen's Bet R. Moquett Can toss his last two, one on Poly, and the other an early duel he didn't have to be in; matter of class 12-1
Bahamian Squall D. Fawkes He did upset the Smile Sprint three starts back, but his last two outings were not nearly as inspiring 15-1
Trinniberg S. Parbhoo Won this last year with the big help of the speed bias; dismal since, save for his second in the Smile 15-1
Capo Bastone T. Pletcher Away since his shocking King's Bishop upset; deep closer has the Turf Sprint as his first preference 20-1
Sum of the Parts T. Amoss Won the Phoenix in his last, but on Poly over much weaker; fourth in this last year with the speed bias 20-1
The Lumber Guy M. Hushion Decent second in this race last year, but has not run back to it; two efforts off the layoff weren't good 20-1
Wine Police H. Dominguez A very useful horse when suitably spotted; lacks even one race that says he can compete with these 20-1
Laugh Track M. Casse Dirt Mile is his first preference; either way, he must do much better than he did in his one dirt start 30-1
Also Eligible (in order of preference)
Majestic Stride J. Bonde Won decisively in an allowance earlier in the SA meet but is moving way up here; looks overmatched 30-1

Turf »

Purse: $3,000,000, 1 1/2 miles, turf

The Fugue J. Gosden High class Euro filly has won two straight Group 1's, most recently over males; unlucky at SA last year 4-1
Big Blue Kitten C. Brown Might have won the Hirsch were it not for a bit of stretch traffic; has improved, but this is wide open 9-2
Little Mike D. Romans His narrow Hirsch win was his best effort since he won this race last year; notably, he rated in both 5-1
Point of Entry S. McGaughey Was best when second in this last year; out since June due to injury; pretty tough spot for a comeback 6-1
Real Solution C. Brown Made a big wide run in the Hirsch, but hung late; wonder if he might not prefer a shorter distance 6-1
Indy Point R. Mandella Solid rebound win in the prep over the course and now faces better; might wind up a wiseguy pick 8-1
Magician A. O'Brien Did win the Irish 2000 Guineas, but his last start 4 1/2 months ago was poor; never been this distance 12-1
Grandeur J. Noseda Frequent international shipper has run some good races in California; might be a cut below the best 15-1
Twilight Eclipse T. Albertrani Second in a couple of Grade 1's this year, but there's a big difference between that and winning one 20-1
Vagabond Shoes J. Sadler Second to Indy Point in last; he sports decent recent form, just not against the best entered here 20-1
Tale of a Champion K. Mulhall The Whittingham field he beat was soft and his return in the John Henry was not good; overmatched 30-1
Teaks North E. Guillot His best days were a couple of years ago and even back then, he wasn't truly Breeders' Cup-good. 30-1
Skyring D.W. Lukas Did upset the Dixie last May, but dull performances before and since makes that look like a fluke 50-1

Juvenile »

Purse: $2,000,000, 1 1/16 miles

Havana T. Pletcher Yet to go 2 turns, but Champagne winner's two Beyers are higher than anything anyone else here has 5-2
Tap It Rich B. Baffert Only just recently beat maidens in debut, but did it routing over the track, ran fast enough to fit here 5-1
Bond Holder D. O'Neill Got maiden win in the FrontRunner, the local prep at the distance over the track, but in slow time 6-1
Strong Mandate D. W. Lukas As impressive as he was winning the Hopeful was as dull as he was in the Champagne; tricky read 8-1
Dance With Fate P. Eurton Second best in the FrontRunner as the favorite; must do better to hit the board in this tougher spot 10-1
Diamond Bachelor P. Biancone Was part of fast pace, but was odds-on in Zuma Beach and couldn't hold; this is on dirt, and tougher 12-1
New Year's Day B. Baffert Unraced since beating Bond Holder late in Del Mar meet; dirt is a question, but he works well on it 12-1
We Miss Artie T. Pletcher A decisive, if surprising winner of Breeders' Futurity; that was on Poly, though, and a very slow race 12-1
Cleburne D. Romans Upset an Iroquois that was even slower Beyer-wise than the Breeders' Futurity, but it was on dirt 20-1
Medal Count D. Romans Wasn't good enough in the turf-to-Poly Bourbon; hard to envision him being good enough in this 20-1
Mexikoma R. Mettee Even if he got a decent fig for his maiden romp at Delaware, he is still making a massive class jump 20-1
Conquest Titan M. Casse Had a less than ideal trip in the Breeders' Futurity, but still must do way better to contend here 30-1
Rum Point D. O'Neill Was found wanting in the Del Mar and Breeders' Futurities, and dirt ability is unknown, too; next 30-1
Smarty's Echo A. Smith Second in the Breeders' Futurity, which, it bears repeating, was slow; another unknown on dirt 30-1

Turf Sprint »

Purse: $1,000,000, about 6 1/2 furlongs, turf

Obviously M. Mitchell Mile is his first preference, but this is an easier spot and it's worth noting his downhill record is okay 3-1
Silver Max D. Romans Mile is also his first preference, and that is where he belongs as he has but one turf start under a mile 5-1
Mizdirection M. Puype Away since June, but won this race last year off a longer layoff and is 5 for 5 on the downhill course 6-1
Reneesgotzip P. Miller Was a good third in this last year in her first and only start on turf; also been away, also runs big fresh 6-1
Chips All In J.  Mullins Prevailed in a blanket finish in the local prep for this; merits respect on his fine downhill course record 12-1
Jeranimo M. Pender Will love getting back on turf as he won a Grade 1 on it three starts back; has no downhill experience 12-1
Unbridled's Note S. Asmussen A narrowly beaten second in this last year as the tepid favorite; eligible to improve on recent return 12-1
Boat Trip M. Pender Ran his best race yet when nosed by Chips All In in the Eddie D.; deep closer would need a good trip 15-1
Capo Bastone T. Pletcher Idle since his shocking King's Bishop upset; has never raced on turf, but won on Polytrack in his debut 20-1
Caracortado M. Machowsky Beaten less than a length when fourth in the Eddie D. off a near 21-month layoff; can improve off that 20-1
Havelock D. Miller Rebounded from unsuccessful trip to England with a decisive Woodford score; added distance helps 20-1
Tightend Touchdown J. Servis Hasn't finished worse than second in seven starts since the claim, but might prefer a shorter distance 20-1
Dimension C. Murphy Overcame a slow start to win a turf sprint stakes at Woodbine two back, but against lesser company 30-1
Spring to the Sky B. Brown A steady sort when properly spotted, but he would be way out of his element in this; no thanks 30-1
Also Eligible (in order of preference)
Cristoforo Colombo A. O'Brien Mile is his first preference; off his form this year, though, he doesn't look like he belongs in either race 30-1
Rock Me Baby C. Dollase Had a tough trip when seventh in the Eddie D., but that hardly means this will automatically be easier 30-1
Handsome Mike D. O'Neill His four starts since his Poly win at Keeneland went from dull to dreadful; way too erratic to endorse 50-1
Tour Guide D. W. Lukas Must have been his no-threat sixth at 58-1 in the Woodford in turf debut that encouraged this entry 50-1

Filly & Mare Sprint »

Purse: $1,000,000, 7 furlongs

Groupie Doll W. Bradley The Groupie Doll of 2012 would be odds on and a mortal lock, but she doesn't seem the same horse 3-1
Dance to Bristol O. Figgins Compromised by a rail bias last time; not as automatic as she appeared during her 7 race win streak 5-1
Book Review B. Baffert Does have an established ceiling, but she can certainly contend against this group on her best effort 6-1
Judy the Beauty W. Ward Stunned Groupie Doll in the TCA last time with her best performance to date; consistently runs well 6-1
Sweet Lulu J. Hollendorfer Like the turnback from a route to the distance at which she won the Test, but 3yo must improve a bit 8-1
Teddy's Promise R. Ellis Won the local prep, again showing her affinity for SA; much more dangerous than she was last year 10-1
Dance Card K. McLaughlin Raced against the grain of the track in her return from a long absence; showed big potential last year 12-1
Summer Applause C. Brown Another who is making an intriguing turnback in distance off a second in the Spinster on Polytrack 12-1
Great Hot A. Avila Improved when second in the L.A. Woman, but was badly outrun in this race last year; inconsistent 20-1
Starship Truffles M. Wolfson Upset the Princess Rooney in July, but defeats in her two starts since don't exactly inspire confidence 20-1
Street Girl M. Azpurua Distaff is her first preference; picked up minor shares at huge prices in her last two; still must improve 20-1
Ismene W. Spawr Has many layoff lines, and it has been almost two years since she ran well on a dirt surface; shaky 30-1
Renee's Titan D. O'Neill Hard to believe she beat Beholder in the Santa Ynez, especially how poor her four starts since were 50-1

Filly and Mare Turf »

Purse: $2,000,000, 1 1/4 miles, turf

The Fugue J. Gosden Unlucky when third in this last year; has won two straight Group 1's; Turf vs. males is her first choice 2-1
Dank M. Stoute Was not a star in Europe, yet came here and dominated in the Beverly D.; can she repeat that effort? 7-2
Marketing Mix T. Proctor Willing to forgive her Beverly D. loss, but had no excuse when nipped last time in the Rodeo Drive 6-1
Tiz Flirtatious M. Jones Got up to win the Rodeo Drive at this distance over this course, and is in the best form of her career 6-1
Laughing A. Goldberg Won four stakes from as many starts this year and has also never been better, but has had great trips 10-1
Alterite C. Brown Both of her U.S. performances were solid; taking on better older opponents this time, however 15-1
Emollient B. Mott Spinster win over moderate elders was her third Gr. 1 win this year, but she faces much tougher here 15-1
Kitten's Dumplings M. Maker Also tackling older horses for the first time, but she has a pretty strong late kick when she gets pace 15-1
Romantica A. Fabre Won an iffy Group 1 two starts back, but otherwise, she sports steady Group 2 to Group 3 form 20-1
Lady of Shamrock J. Sadler After a very good campaign last year at 3, she never really took another step forward this season 30-1
Qushchi H.G. Motion Wasn't good enough when fourth in the Flower Bowl, and her Beyers suggest her form has plateaued 30-1
Vionnet R. Mandella Was a huge surprise when a close third in the Rodeo Drive; must prove that outing wasn't a fluke 30-1

Juvenile Fillies »

Purse: $2,000,000, 1 1/16 miles

Sweet Reason L. Gyarmati Handled dry track when a much-the-best second in the Frizette; two turns the main question for her 3-1
Artemis Agrotera M. Hushion Capitalized on Sweet Reason's trouble in the Frizette, but was good enough to do so; first route try 5-1
My Conquestadory M. Casse Won turf and Poly stakes in her two starts, over iffy competition; Juvy Fillies Turf is first preference 6-1
Untapable S. Asmussen Liked how she successfully stretched out from 5.5 to 8.5 furlongs in Pocahontas off 2 1/2 month layoff 6-1
Secret Compass B. Baffert Was a surprise when she won the Chandelier over the track, but that was not a quickly run race 8-1
She's a Tiger J. Bonde Tried to break the Chandelier open on the far turn, only to be narrowly beaten; yet to run a bad one 8-1
Scandalous Act K. O'Connell Queen of Calder swept the Florida Stallion Series; steps into an entirely different league here, though 10-1
Concave D. O'Neill Won the Sorrento over She's a Tiger; her form is okay, but she will have to raise her game Beyer-wise 15-1
Rosalind K. McPeek Though second to My Conquestadory in the Alcibiades and third in the Pocahontas, she's a cut below 15-1
Dancing House K. McLaughlin Juvenile Fillies Turf is her first preference; beaten a ton by Sweet Reason when third in the Spinaway 20-1
Designer Legs D. Stewart Soundly beaten in her last two after getting the Adirondack on a disqualification; Beyers are very low 30-1
Ria Antonia J. Englehart Made no impact in the Frizette, yet that was a Beyer improvement off the barn and surface change 30-1


Friday, November 1, 2012 Get Advanced PPs »

Odds and comments by Brad Free.


Purse: $2,000,000, 1 1/8 miles

Royal Delta B. Mott Queen of division seeks third Distaff/Ladies Classic, Mott tightening screws since Beldame defeat 2-1
Princess of Sylmar T. Pletcher Star filly clinched 3yo championship winning Beldame, trained super since, supplemented for $100k 5-2
Beholder R. Mandella Undefeated two-turn races at Santa Anita, though unlikely for same soft trip as in final prep race 3-1
Authenticity T. Pletcher Deceptively good runner-up finish first start over the track, knocking on door all season, upsetter? 5-1
Close Hatches B. Mott Only filly to defeat Princess of Sylmar this year, solid comeback win Cotillion, faces older for first time 6-1
Street Girl M. Azupura Stumbled at start of Cotillion, finished third possibly better than looked, can hit board if others misfire 20-1


Purse: $500,000, 1 3/4 miles

Worldly B. Walsh Winless since July 2011, consistent recent form makes him tepid chalk in inscrutable dirt marathons 4-1
Indian Jones P. Aristone Began career in California before becoming allowance-caliber veteran East Coast, he will stay the trip 9-2
Suns Out Guns Out D. Romans Stretches out following blowout win at PRX versus N2X allowance foes while earning creditable 94 Beyer 5-1
Ever Rider (Arg) M. Munoz So. American import Calidoscopio won this race 2012, his form was far better than this Argentina upsetter 6-1
Old Time Hockey T. Proctor Jumped into the race late, for good reason, turf horse will never get easier chance to run for $500k 8-1
Cease D. Jacobson Might turn out to be profitable claim three back for $100k, won sprint last out but also can stay distance 8-1
London Bridge J. Hughes Low-level turf stayer in Europe will be making U.S. debut in race that is begging for upset winner 10-1
Blueskiesnrainbows J. Hollendorfer Fresno debacle odds-on was merely prep for this, won richest stakes at Los Angeles County Fair two back 10-1
Pool Play M. Casse Field's lone millionaire occasionally pops at a price, but four futile SA starts nothing to brag about 12-1
Commander T. Taylor Win type wired mile-and-three-eighths marathon last out Hastings Park, 12-for-32 overall 12-1

Juvenile Turf »

Purse: $1,000,000, 1 miles, turf

Bobby's Kitten C. Brown Powered home like something special, crushed BEL G3 more than six, name honors late/great Bobby Frankel 5-2
Bashart T. Pletcher Got collared wet-weather off-turf G3 KEE, returns to surface on which won SAR G2/MSW, obvious player 4-1
Giovanni Boldini A. O'Brien Improving form Ireland includes G1 third/synthetic stakes win, trainer won this race 2011 and 2012 6-1
Wilshire Boulevard A. O'Brien European import G3 winner unproven beyond 6f, unproven around a turn, vulnerable if he ships 8-1
Diamond Bachelor P. Biancone No-excuse runner-up odds-on favorite turf stakes, War Front colt's first preference main-track BC Juvenile 8-1
Outstrip (GB) C. Appleby UK-based colt won 2 of 4 including Group 2, is first foal produced by G1 Spinster winner Asi Siempre 10-1
Antearoa L. Powell Owner won $130k pick six Oct. 14 SA, spent $100k making colt BC eligible, won stakes over this course 12-1
Arpinati (GB) A. Kitchingman G3 winner, G1-placed Italy, purchased privately and making U.S. debut in competitive BC stakes 12-1
Poker Player W. Catalano Low-rated turf outings at AP and KD, then produced surprise longshot win on chaotic KEE Polytrack 20-1
Shamshon (IRE) A. Kitchingman Foiled as favorite against G3 company UK, this seems like a reach for colt unproven beyond 5f 20-1
We Miss Artie T. Pletcher Turf form was hardly impressive, he improved on KEE Polytrack to win G1 going away 20-1
Smarty's Echo A. Smith Finished third only start on turf, first preference is main-track BC Juvenile 30-1
Bon Accord A. Sano Finished only a nose behind Bashart, scored 46-1 turf sprint shocker two back 30-1
Dance with Fate P. Eurton Distance limitations coming to light, first preference main-track BC Juvenile 30-1
Also Eligibles (in order of preference)
Got Shades D. Pish Lost punch late finishing third initial start California, $100k nomination fee to be eligible 15-1
Home School (IRE) D. O'Neill Two starts in U.S. were undistinguished third and fourth, would be taking moon shot 30-1
Ontology A. Sano Though his best recent race was turf, surface-switcher still maiden after five starts 30-1
All Cash D.W. Lukas Had trouble in off-turf stakes, Hall of Fame trainer still has a few tricks up sleeve 30-1

Dirt Mile

Purse: $1,000,000, 1 mile

Graydar T. Pletcher Expected to run BC Classic instead, lightly raced colt 3-for-3 this year graded stakes GP, FG, BEL 1 5-2
Goldencents D. O'Neill Runner-up three straight graded sprints as favorite, stretching out again on track where he won SA Derby 3-1
Verrazano T. Pletcher Top colt when fires, won 6 of 8, does not always show up on big-race days such as Travers/Kentucky Derby 7-2
Brujo de Olleros R. Mettee Uraguayan star needed one year to acclimate North America, improving sort gave Graydar a tussle in last 6-1
Golden Ticket K. McPeek Flattened out eighth pole in mile-and-eighth G1, shortens up one furlong, looms upsetter from behind 8-1
Pants on Fire K. Breen Millioniare veteran has won two turns, though seems prefer one-turn miles, recently popped 107 Beyer 10-1
Taptowne T. Glyshaw Consistent gelding scored career-best victories Mountaineer Park and Hawthorne, the numbers say he fits 12-1
Hymn Book S. McGaughey Come-from-behind gelding praying for fast pace to flatter his rally, chances are that he will get it 12-1
Fed Biz B. Baffert His best races have been on Polytrack at Del Mar, though he did win soft G2 for 4yos on SA dirt 12-1
Alpha K. McLaughlin Seems odd two-time G1 winner (Woodward, Travers) ranked this far down, prefers wet, no rain forecast 12-1
Centralintelligence R. Ellis Difficult to like off disappointing sprint comeback, unproven two turns, G1 sprint winner on synthetic 15-1
Broadway Empire R. Diodoro Well-managed gelding 4 for 6 lesser tracks, crushed Departing in G3 OK Derby at Remington 15-1
Also Eligibles (in order of preference)
Holy Lute J. Cassidy Lightly raced listed stakes winner has bright future, but seems over his head fifth career start 30-1
Easter Gift C. Brown Minor stakes winner has earned speed figures that suggest he belongs, up to now has been G3 caliber 12-1
Laugh Track M. Casse Synthetic specialist finished up track only start on dirt, difficult to endorse on handicapping fundamentals 30-1

Juvenile Fillies Turf »

Purse: $1,000,000, 1 mile, turf

Clenor (IRE) D. O'Neill Undefeated three California starts since arriving from Ireland, quality of recent foes perhaps dubious 4-1
Vorda (FR) P. Sogorb Outstanding form in France includes G1 win, 4-for-5 record, European import likely to vie for favoritism 9-2
My Conquestadory M. Casse Recent G1 win KEE Poly more hype than substance, but smashing debut two back G2 WO was very special 5-1
Chriselliam (IRE) C. Hills Scored upset G1 Newmarket, import with proper credentials, Europeans hold strong hand this field 6-1
Testa Rossi (FR) C. Brown Blasted home to score big victory U.S. debut G3 BEL, four-race win streak the longest in the field 8-1
Al Thakhira (GB) M. Botti Both starts UK emphatic victories including G2 crusher Newmarket, top UK trainer 3 wins 6 starts U.S. 10-1
Kitten Kaboodle C. Brown Put it all together third career start, won G3 KEE by nearly five lengths, another Kitten's Joy success story 12-1
Sky Painter K. McLaughlin Lightly raced filly followed maiden victory with creditable runner-up finish behind Testa Rossi BEL 15-1
Nesso V. Belvoir Learning game, improved each start, responded new strategy rallying from behind in last, distance too far? 15-1
Granny Mc's Kitten C. Brown Bombed as favorite G3 BEL, although stakes victory two starts back SAR was creditable 20-1
Ready to Act C. Brown Was on her way to victory G3 WO, then took left-hand turn at furlong pole and unseated rider 20-1
Flying Jib (GB) D. Weld First foal from Frankel-trained GSW Jibboom won maiden on synthetic, won UK stakes on turf 20-1
Rosalind K. McPeek In money all three starts Kentucky, first preference Juvenile Fillies on main track 30-1
Dancing House K. McLaughlin Tapit filly best foal out of California-based G1 winner Tout Charmant, distant third G3 BEL 30-1
Also Eligibles (in order of preference)
Street Sailing R. Mettee Recently purchased from breeder, she improved on turf as do many Street Boss progeny 30-1
Colonel Joan E. Harty Three-start filly improving each race, will roll late, third-best grass filly in California 30-1
Ria Antonia J. Englehart Up against it based on fifth-place G1 BEL, first preference main-track Juvenile Fillies 30-1