10/11/2007 11:00PM

BreezeFigs Quick-Pix, Saturday, October 13th

EmailDespite the fact that we weren’t exactly spot-on with our Pix last week (which only proves we’re human), there were 20 BreezeFigs “qualified” winners across the country during the week, including every race with a BreezeFigs horse carded at Keeneland, Delaware and Bay Meadows on Sunday (5 races) and every race with a BreezeFigs horse carded at Delaware, Mountaineer and Philadelphia on Tuesday (another five races).

Remember, our rules still hold about BreezeFigs “qualified” runners: You can get a good idea of what “qualified” BreezeFigs horses are by clicking on BreezeFigs Information underneath the two BreezeFigs links in the DRF-PLUS box in the right hand column on the home page and downloading files there. Remember, keep stride length (SL) in mind when handicapping from the BreezeFigs sheet and take advantage of all the tips that we provide on those sheets as well.

This weekend there are two completely inscrutable races at Oak Tree, so we thought we’d give them a shot. Good luck!

Oak Tree, , Maiden Special, 6 Furlongs

Well, here she is, folks—Patricia’s Gem, a $1,750,000 sale-topper at KEEAPR who scorched the clock at KEEAPR in a record 9.6 seconds for 1/8 mile, but on a decidedly pavement-like Polytrack surface that, when adjusted by BreezeFigs’ internals, still gave her a seven-over-Par Group 2 BreezeFig. She ought to go off heavy favorite here, but there is another firster to check out for gimmick plays. That would be Shy Baby, who had two Group 2 works at FTFFEB, and increased her SL by a foot when stretched out from 1/8 to ¼ mile.

Oak Tree, , Maiden Special, 6 ½ Furlongs, Turf (Downhill)

This race has seven BreezeFigs starters, and even though a couple have sub-Par Figs, they all come out of pricey and very competitive sales. Still, Indian Sun looks very good—a Group I colt at BARMAR with a four-over-Par BreezeFig and a very good SL of 25ft. plus. Bred for turf, Catastaire had a solid Group 2 Fig at KEEAPR but with a shorter SL than average—still, downhill may not hurt him. Of the others Sing Me a Psalm breezed at BARMAR with a SL of 25.4 ft, but was just below Par and was also a 120k RNA—he might be able to make a case here because BARMAR has turned out to be a good sale. Another RNA, at 120k, Sky Patriot was a Group 2 at FTFFEB but had a below-average SL that also might not hinder him going downhill.