06/26/2015 12:00AM

BreezeFigs Quick-Pix for Saturday, June 27th by Bob Fierro and Jay Kilgore


One of our two Pix last week scored, sort of, when our juvenile gimmick play, Cinnamon J P, led wire-to-wire at Lone Star and posted $25—while the coupled entry we favored was off the board. In truth, BreezeFigs juveniles that run in cheap maiden claimers often have advantages even if they are not necessarily “up to Par” because many of them have been training longer and harder than other starters in the same races, so always consider them.  The 3-year-old pick at Canterbury was desultory in a fourth place finish.  It was a bonanza week for BreezeFigs maidens of both ages anyway.  Eight of them won, at Churchill, Gulfstream (two), Parx, Pleasanton, Prairie Meadows, and Woodbine (two). Nine, count’em, nine, juvenile BreezeFigs maidens won, eight of them first-time starters, five of them paying double digits, including Crowd Control,  a $37 number at Belmont who combined with Young Anna Lee for the first juvenile BreezeFigs exacta of the year at $207.  The other winners came at Churchill, Gulfstream (two) Lone Star, Louisiana Downs, Monmouth. Parx, amd Santa Anita. Like last week, we’re going to give you one Pick for each card today, see below. Good luck!