07/22/2008 11:00PM

Spa Babies for 7/24

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Welcome to Spa Babies! I'll break down the statistics for every juvenile contest at the meet. Hopefully, we'll end up with a tidy profit.

Wednesday's results:
Race 2: Pious David was scratched; second choice Brave Victory finished second.
Race 5: Teapot Dome was scratched; second choice Fiddlers Afleet finished second
Race 8: Ocean Colors finished ninth

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Race 2
5 Furlongs
Maiden Special Weight (New York Breds)
2-year-old fillies
Purse $56,000

1. Not a Peep (Successful Appeal - Silence Please, by Quiet American)
Trainer: Thomas Bush
- Foaled January 28, 2006
- $75,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Select August 2007)
- sire was a multiple Grade 2 winner (22-8-2-4, $654,681, 3-6 at two, 7-13 in main track sprints)
- sire is 78-354 (22%) with juvenile runners
- Successful Appeal - Quiet American 'nick' has produced multiple Grade 3 juvenile winner Lunarpal (6-4-0-0, $284,677, 4-5 at two, all races in main track sprints)
- dam was unraced
- this is dam's first runner
- dam a half-sister to juvenile stakes-winning sprinter Give Notice (20-4-2-3, $107,402, 3-7 at two, 4-17 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to Grade 3-placed sprinter Royal Ruby (64-5-9-14, $270,363, 1-6 at two, 5-60 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to stakes-placed sprinter Look Upon (14-3-6-0, $144,960, unraced at two, 3-14 in main track sprints)
- trainer is 7-38 (18%, $2.57 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juveniles
- trainer is 1-8 (13%, $1.57 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juveniles at Saratoga

2. Tough But Fair (Good and Tough - My Fair Lexy, by Sea Salute)
Trainer: Scott Schwartz
- Foaled May 12, 2006
- sire was a Grade 2 sprint winner (23-9-5-2, $809,341, unraced at two, 9-21 in main track sprints)
- sire is 12-86 (14%) with juvenile debut runners
- sire is 3-19 (16%, $2.49 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (all older winners)
- dam was placed sprinting (8-0-4-0, $36,490, 0-4 at two, all races in main track sprints, cost $21,000 as a yearling)
- dam has one runner, one winner, one juvenile runner, no juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to multiple stakes-winner (Peru) Palema
- trainer is 3-39 (8%, $1.34 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 2-14 (14%, $2.31 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners at Saratoga
- trainer was 2-12 (17%, $3.75 ROI) with all debut runners in 2007 (both juveniles with Lasix and blinkers, one at Saratoga, one for this owner)
- June 28, July 4, July 12 workouts match barn's juvenile Scooty the Pro (finished sixth in career debut at Saratoga on July 23 with 13 Beyer)
- July 17 workout went .01 slower than Scooty the Pro

3. Stunning Electra (Catienus - Rebecca's Wish, by Devongate)
Trainer: Steven Asmussen
- Foaled January 21, 2006
- $22,000 yearling (OBS Open August 2007)
- $40,000 juvenile (OBS Spring April 2008)
- sire was a stakes-winning router (22-5-5-2, $370,386, 2-4 at two in England, unraced in main track sprints)
- sire is 82-545 (15%) with juvenile runners
- dam was unraced (cost $9,000 as a juvenile)
- this is dam's first runner
- trainer is 136-521 (26%) over the past five years with second-time juveniles
- trainer is 7-20 (35%) over the past five years with second-time juveniles at Saratoga (one at this meet)
- worked two furlongs in 21.80 prior to the April sale

4. Tomorrows Roses (Tomorrows Cat - Images in Jade, by Jade Hunter)
Trainer: Robert Barbara
- Foaled May 6, 2006
- sire was a Grade 2 route winner (15-4-4-2, $516,090, 1-4 at two, 1-6 in main track sprints)
- sire is 14-126 (11%) with juvenile debut runners
- sire is 1-26 (4%, $0.27 ROI) with all debut runners in 2007 (juvenile debut winner)
- dam was a sprint winner (32-5-3-4, $118,535, 0-3 at two, 5-26 in main track sprints, cost $3,200 as a weanling, and $7,500 as a yearling)
- dam has two runners, two winners, one juvenile runner, one juvenile winner
- dam a half-sister to stakes-placed juvenile Capel (7-1-2-0, $45,700, 1-3 at two, won debut, 1-4 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to stakes-winner Platinum Princess (20-5-7-4, $131,526, 1-3 at two, 4-14 in main track sprints)
- Jade Hunter is 1-21 (5%, $0.45 ROI) as the broodmare sire of debut runners in 2008 (older debut winner)
- trainer is 3-43 (7%, $0.83 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 0-13 over the past five years with juvenile debut runners at Saratoga
- trainer was 1-12 (8%, $2.63 ROI) with all debut runners in 2007 (older debut runner with Lasix, front wraps, and Jose Espinoza aboard for this owner)

5. Red Seven (Gold Token - Mon Baiser, by Slew City Slew)
Trainer: Anthony Dutrow
- Foaled March 25, 2006
- $3,000 short yearling (Keeneland January 2007)
- $50,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Select October 2007)
- sire was a multiple stakes-winner (26-7-6-2, $320,368, unraced at two, 5-18 in main track sprints)
- sire is 16-179 (9%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a stakes-placed sprinter (62-12-9-13, $328,778, 0-1 at two, 12-55 in main track sprints)
-dam has two runners, one winner, one juvenile runner, no juvenile winners
-trainer is 95-386 (25%, $1.43 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile runners
- trainer is 1-13 (8%, $0.88 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile runners at Saratoga

6. Dorothy's Essense (Essence of Dubai - Leedle Dee, by Distinctive Pro)
Trainer: Gary Contessa
- Foaled March 3, 2006
- $35,000 yearling (OBS Select August 2007)
- sire was a multiple Grade/Group 2 (USA/Dubai) winner (13-5-1-2, $2,001,058, 2-4 at two, 1-2 in main track sprints)
- sire is 8-95 (8%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a stakes-winning router at two (17-3-4-1, $157,224, 2-7 at two, 0-4 in main track sprints, cost $30,000 as a yearling)
- this is dam's first runner
- dam a half-sister to juvenile stakes-placed sprinter Lunatrick (7-1-2-1, $51,764, all races at two, 1-6 in main track sprints)
- trainer is 71-511 (14%, $1.41 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile runners
- trainer is 7-91 (8%, $0.92 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile runners at Saratoga

7. Imthequeenofqueens (More Than Ready - Solid Claim, by Mining)
Trainer: Thomas Albertrani
- Foaled April 11, 2006
- half-brother to Grade 1-placed (Puerto Rico) Argent Lady (33-3-2-5, $33,669, 0-2 at two, 3-27 in main track sprints)
- half-brother to Group 1-placed (Trinidad and Tobago) Bold as Brass (8-3-2-1, $3,747, 1-2 at two)
- half-brother to multiple stakes-placed juvenile Solid Strike (15-3-2-2, $152,418, 1-5 at two, won debut, 1-6 in main track sprints)
- $80,000 yearling (Keeneland September 2007)
- sire was a Grade 1 sprint winner (17-7-4-1, $1,026,229, 5-7 at two, won debut, 7-9 in main track sprints)
-sire is 22-169 (13%) with juvenile debut runners
- sire is 5-37 (14%, $1.42 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (one juvenile debut winner)
- dam was unraced
-dam has six runners, six winners, five juvenile runners, two juvenile winners, one juvenile debut winner
- dam a half-sister to stakes-winner Louie the Lucky (54-14-7-5, $258,016, unraced at two, 12-46 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to Grade 2 route winner Euchre (28-6-6-3, $894,920, unraced at two, 0-1 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to stakes-winner C. C. On Ice (30-5-5-3, $207,819, 0-1 at two, 2-9 in main track sprints)
- Mining is 3-26 (12%, $1.48 ROI) as the broodmare sire of debut runners in 2008 (one juvenile debut winner)
-trainer is 4-54 (7%, $1.19 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 1-19 (5%, $0.36 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners at Saratoga
- trainer is 2-20 (10%, $1.77 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (both older winners, one with Lasix)
- July 10 workout went .05 faster than barn's five-year-old mare Trouble Maker (unraced on dirt, 95 Beyer top on turf)

8. Lilly of Paradise (Desert Warrior - Via Mizner, by Forty Niner)
Trainer: Dominick Schettino
- Foaled April 16, 2006
- $20,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Preferred August 2007)
- sire was multiple Grade 3-placed (16-4-1-2, $171,783, 2-8 at two, 4-11 in main track sprints)
- sire is 8-63 (13%) with juvenile runners
- dam was placed routing in the mud (5-0-0-1, $1,594, unraced at two, 0-2 in main track sprints)
- dam has six runners, four winners, two juvenile runners, one juvenile winner
- second dam is juvenile Grade 3 route winner Worth Avenue (10-2-0-2, $2-5 at two, 0-3 in main track sprints)
- trainer is 1-2 (50%, $14.50 ROI) over the past five years with newly-acquired two-year-olds off 61-180 day layoffs
- trainer is 0-1 over the past five years at Saratoga with newly-acquired two-year-olds off 61-180 day layoffs

Analysis:
DOROTHY'S ESSENSE did not break well last time out, then was forced to do too much late over a speed-favoring Belmont strip. She rallied past some tired horses nicely for fourth money, and can be a strong factor with a more alert break.
NOT A PEEP raced greenly in her debut, and now must deal with the often-intimidating inside post position. Hopefully, she learned some valuable lessons at Belmont, and can be expected to show better speed here.
STUNNING ELECTRA finished ahead of the top pick in her debut, and Asmussen must always be respected with juvenile runners.
RED SEVEN blew what looked to be an insurmountable lead in her debut, then flopped badly at 7-10 last time. She'll be a pace factor at the very least. LILLY OF PARADISE adds Lasix for the second start - a powerful angle in maiden races. TOUGH BUT FAIR's workouts fail to excite. TOMORROWS ROSES shows a pair of bullet works for underrated abarn. IMTHEQUEENOFQUEENS has a solid pedigree. Early tote action may tell if this one is live.

Selections:
1. Dorothy's Essense
2. Not a Peep
3. Stunning Electra

The Play: Dorothy's Essense to Win and Place at 4-1 odds or more

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Race 5
5 1/2 Furlongs
Maiden Special Weight
2-year-old fillies
Purse $62,000

1. Market At Midday (Yonaguska - Noon Time Dancer, by Afternoon Deelites)
Trainer: Todd Pletcher
- Foaled January 17, 2006 in Florida
- $17,000 weanling (OBS Fall October 2006)
- $37,000 yearling (OBS Select August 2007)
-$350,000 juvenile (OBS Open March 2008)
- sire was a Grade 1 sprint winner at two (18-6-1-5, $536,355, 3-7 at two, 6-15 in main track sprints)
- sire is 62-403 (15%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a winner (13-4-2-0, $53,290, 0-1 at two, 2-8 in main track sprints, cost $45,000 as a weanling)
- this is dam's first runner
- dam a half-sister to stakes-winner Indian War Dance (32-12-1-2, $322,764, 1-5 at two, 2-13 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to stakes-winner Bare Dancer (16-2-2-2, $98,720, 1-5 at two, 0-4 in main track sprints)
- trainer is 76-300 (25%, $1.49 ROI) over the past five years with second-time uvenile starters
- trainer is 15-67 (22%, $1.40 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juvenile starters at Saratoga
- worked two furlongs in 20.80 prior to the March sale

1A: Smarty Marty (Smarty Jones - Frozen Rope, by Clever Trick)
Trainer: Todd Pletcher
- Foaled January 25, 2006 in Kentucky
- half-sister to stakes-winning sprinter Knot So Clever (22-5-3-4, $155,206, 1-6 at two, won debut, 5-20 in main track sprints)
- half-sister to stakes-placed sprinter Ashley Anne's Wish (16-2-1-4, $84,080, 1-4 at two, 2-14 in main track sprints
- half-sister to juvenile stakes-placed sprinter My Heart's Deelite (13-4-1-3, $128,657, 1-5 at two, 4-11 in main track sprints)
$85,000 RNA yearling (Keeneland September 2007)
-first-crop sire was a multiple Grade 1 route winner (9-8-1-0, $7,613,155, 2-2 at two, 2-2 in main track sprints)
- sire is 1-2 (50%, $2.50 ROI) with juvenile debut runners
- dam was multiple stakes-placed (22-4-3-2, $83,389, 2-9 at two, 3-18 in main track sprints)
- dam has foaled seven runners, seven winners, six juvenile runners, four juvenile winners, one juvenile debut winner
- Clever Trick is 4-68 (6%, $1.09 ROI) as the broodmare sire of all debut runners in 2008 (two juvenile debut winners)
- dam a half-sister to stakes-placed juvenile Megee (16-1-3-0, $42,480, 1-6 at two, 1-11 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to multiple stakes-winner (Puerto Rico) Shooped (18-3-2-2, $79,889)
- dam a half-sister to stakes-winning sprinter Albrannon (99-15-18-16, $287,603, unraced at two, all wins in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to multiple stakes-winner Lorie Darlin (12-4-1-1, $259,509, 2-4 at two, 3-5 in main track sprints)
- trainer is 97-446 (22%, $1.56 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners- trainer is 22-105 (21%, $1.43 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners at Saratoga
- trainer is 14-73 (19%, $1.56 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (all with Lasix, one with blinkers, seven juvenile debut runners)

2. Venado (Unbridled's Song - Swearingen, by Deposit Ticket)
Trainer: John Kimmel
- Foaled March 21, 2006 in Kentucky
- $150,000 yearling (Keeneland September 2007)
- sire was a multiple Grade 1 route winner (12-5-4-0, $1,311,800, 2-3 at two, won debut, 2-4 in main track sprints)
- sire is 26-194 (13%) with juvenile debut runners
- sire is 8-32 (25%, $2.22 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (all older winners)
- dam was a multiple stakes-winner on turf (37-9-4-7, $673,233, 3-6 at two, 0-2 in main track sprints, cost $32,000 as a yearling, and $95,000 as a juvenile)
- dam has foaled two runners, one winner, no juvenile runners
- Deposit Ticket is 1-13 (8%, $1.12 ROI) as the broodmare sire of all debut runners in 2008 (older winner)
- dam a half-sister to stakes-placed turf runner Other (36-6-9-2, $97,570, unraced at two, 0-4 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to Grade 3-placed sprinter Firey Jennifer (49-4-5-4, $153,115, unraced at two, 4-43 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to Grade 3-placed juvenile sprinter Adage (9-1-3-0, $72,391, 1-6 at two, all races in main track sprints)
- trainer is 16-94 (17%, $3.12 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 4-30 (13%, $2.87 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners at Saratoga
- trainer is 3-20 (15%, $2.12 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (all with Lasix, one with blinkers, two juvenile debut winners, one with Alan Garcia aboard, one for this owner)
- July 12 workout matches barn's juvenile Break Water Edison (won career debut on July 17 at Belmont with 80 Beyer)

3. Selective (Tapit - Wednesday's Child, by Storm Cat)
Trainer: Steven Asmussen
- Foaled February 17, 2006 in Kentucky
- $170,000 weanling (Keeneland November 2006)
- first-crop sire was a Grade 1 route winner (6-3-0-0, $557,300, 2-2 at two, unraced in main track sprints)
- sire is 1-13 (8%, $0.60 ROI) with juvenile debut runners
- dam was a juvenile sprint winner (4-1-1-1, $27,512, 1-2 at two, won debut, all races in main track sprints)
- dam has foaled two runners, one winner, two juvenile runners, no juvenile winners
- Storm Cat is 5-57 (9%, $2.54 ROI) as the broodmare sire of all debut runners in 2008 (all older runners)
- dam a full sister to juvenile stakes-winning sprinter Saturday's Child (5-2-0-0, $34,920, 2-3 at two, all races in main track sprints)
- trainer is 133-667 (20%, $1.88 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 7-31 (23%, $1.45 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners at Saratoga
- trainer is 35-169 (21%, $1.69 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (34 with Lasix, 25 juvenile debut winners, 14 with Shaun Bridgmohan aboard, three for this owner)
- June 24 workout matches barn's juvenile filly Gold Plated (finished sixth in career debut at Presque Isle Downs on July 11 in a maiden special weight with a 34 Beyer)
- July 8 workout matches barn's three-year-old Icetate (finished third in 'n1x' optional claimer at Saratoga on July 23 with 79 Beyer)

4. Siren Serenade (Unbridled's Song - Versailles Treaty, by Danzig)
Trainer: Claude McGaughey III
- Foaled February 15, 2006 in Kentucky
- three-quarter sister to Grade 2 juvenile route winner Saarland (21-5-5-1, $595,250, 2-5 at two, 0-1 in main track sprints)
- out juvenile (Keeneland April 2008)
- sire was a multiple Grade 1 route winner (12-5-4-0, $1,311,800, 2-3 at two, won debut, 2-4 in main track sprints)
- sire is 26-194 (13%) with juvenile debut runners
- sire is 8-32 (25%, $2.22 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (all older winners)
- Unbridled's Song - Danzig 'nick' has produced multiple stakes-winner Unbridled Sidney (23-8-4-3, $680,380, unraced at two, 1-7 in main track sprints)
- dam was a multiple Grade 1 winner (20-9-9-2, $1,271,154, 1-1 at two, 4-7 in main track sprints)
- dam has foaled four runners, three winners, three juvenile runners, one juvenile winner
- Danzig is 5-48 (10%, $2.60 ROI) as the broodmare sire of debut runners in 2008 (two juvenile debut winners)
- dam a half-sister to Grade 1-placed juvenile Arabian Dancer (3-2-1-0, $51,377)
- dam a half-sister to multiple stakes-winner On Retainer (60-11-8-6, $205,729, 0-2 at two, 5-31 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to Grade 3 winner For Kicks (16-5-2-2, $121,940, unraced at two, 2-4 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to multiple stakes-placed Wikki Up (10-3-2-3, $94,069, unraced at two, 0-1 in main track sprints)
- trainer is 5-63 (8%, $1.27 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 2-27 (7%, $1.90 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners at Saratoga
- trainer is 2-16 (13%, $1.50 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (both older debut winners with Lasix for this owner)
- June 13, July 9, July 18 workouts match barn's juvenile Gone Astray (finished third in career debut on July 23 at Saratoga with 67 Beyer)

5. Imandra (Menifee - Lady Quatorze, by Louis Quatorze)
Trainer: William Badgett Jr.
- Foaled April 28, 2006 in Kentucky
- withdrawn yearling (Keeneland September 2007)
- out juvenile (OBS Spring April 2008)
- sire was a multiple Grade 1 route winner (11-5-4-1, $1,732,000, 2-2 at two, 3-3 in main track sprints)
- sire is 18-132 (14%) with juvenile debut runners
- sire is 2-16 (12%, $5.10 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (both older debut winners)
- dam was unplaced (4-0-0-0, $2,490, 0-3 at two, 0-2 in main track sprints, cost $27,000 as a weanling, $26,000 as a yearling, and $220,000 as a juvenile)
- dam has foaled two runners, 2 winners, two juvenile runners, one juvenile winner, one juvenile debut winner
- Louis Quatorze was 2-14 (14%, $3.49 ROI) as the broodmare sire of debut runners in 2007 (both juvenile debut winners)
- second dam is juvenile stakes-winning sprinter Princess J V (14-4-2-1, $113,147, 3-5 at two, 4-13 in main track sprints)
- trainer is 1-10 (10%, $0.94 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 0-2 over the past five years with juvenile debut runners at Saratoga
- trainer is 1-7 (14%, $1.34 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (juvenile debut winner with Lasix)
- July 19 workout matches barn's juvenile filly Beboblues Art (48 Beyer top)

6. Foxy Bailey (Ocean Terrace - House Dressing, by Conquistador Cielo)
Trainer: Dale Romans
- Foaled February 19, 2006 in Kentucky
- half-sister to multiple stakes-winning juvenile Taos (24-2-7-4, $184,019, 2-9 at two, 1-17 in main track sprints)
- half-sister to Grade 1-placed (Mexico) Sonora Cat (13-3-7-1, 1-5 at two)
- half-sister to stakes-winning router Park Avenue Prince (17-4-4-1, $159,291, 2-5 at two, 0-1 in main track sprints)
- $30,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Summer July 2007)
- $50,000 RNA juvenile (OBS Select February 2008)
- out juvenile (Keeneland April 2008)
- first-crop sire was a Grade 3 winner (5-3-0-0, $160,400, 1-1 at two, 2-2 in main track sprints)
- sire is 0-4 with juvenile runners
- dam was unplaced (4-0-0-0, $610, all races at two, 0-1 in main track sprints, cost $115,000 as a juvenile)
- dam has seven runners, four winners, six juvenile runners, three juvenile winners
- dam a full sister to stakes-winning juvenile House Wine (18-3-1-3, $71,548, 3-9 at two, 2-11 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to Grade 2 juvenile winner Lea Lucinda (19-3-1-4, $511,775, 3-9 at two, 1-4 in main track sprints)
- dam a half-sister to Grade 3 route winner Power Lunch (18-5-3-3, $238,144, 0-3 at two, unraced in main track sprints)
- trainer is 20-142 (14%, $1.03 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juvenile starters
- trainer is 0-16 over the past five years with second-time juvenile starters at Saratoga
- twice worked a furlong in 10.20 prior to the February sale

7. Cats (Storm Cat - Blissful, by Mr. Prospector)
Trainer: D. Wayne Lukas
- Foaled April 11, 2006 in Kentucky
- full sister to Group 3-placed (Dubai)
Where's That Tiger (6-1-2-0, $100,310, 1-3 at two)
- full sister to multiple Group 2-placed (England) juvenile One Great Cat (9-2-1-3, $86,721, 1-4 at two)
- $875,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Select August 2007)
- out yearling (Keeneland September 2007)
- sire was a Grade 1 route winner at two (8-4-3-0, $570,610, 3-6 at two, 3-4 in main track sprints)
- sire is 72-363 (20%) with juvenile debut runners
- sire is 2-16 (12%, $0.59 ROI) with all debut runners in 2008 (one juvenile debut winner)
- Storm Cat - Mr. Prospector 'nick' has produced One Cool Cat (champion three-year-old in Ireland)
- Storm Cat - Mr. Prospector 'nick' has produced Denebola (champion two-year-old filly in France)
- Storm Cat - Mr. Prospector 'nick' has produced multiple Grade 1 winner Finder's Fee (27-7-4-5, $708,128, 3-8 at two, won debut, 5-17 in main track sprints)
- Storm Cat - Mr. Prospector 'nick' has produced juvenile stakes-winner (Ireland) Shimah (2-2-0-0, all starts at two on grass)
- dam was unplaced (3-0-0-0, $3,240, all races sprinting on the main track at two, cost $1,000,000 as a weanling)
- dam has three runners, two winners, two juvenile runners, two juvenile winners
- Mr. Prospector is 4-30 (13%, $1.09 ROI) as the broodmare sire of debut runners in 2008 (all older debut winners)
- dam a full sister to Grade 1 route winner Fusaichi Pegasus (9-6-2-0, $1,994,400, 0-1 at two, 1-2 in main track sprints
- trainer is 10-182 (5%, $0.76 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 0-43 over the past five years with juvenile debut runners at Saratoga
- trainer was 1-39 (3%, $0.47 ROI) with all debut runners in 2007 (juvenile debut winner with Lasix and blinkers)
- April 10, April 17 workouts match barn's juvenile Ninth Client (finished seventh in career debut at Belmont in maiden special weight on July 17 with 35 Beyer)
- May 5 workout matches barn's juvenile Buzzin and Dreamin (finished eighth in career debut in maiden special weight on June 25 at Churchill with 37 Beyer)
- May 13, May 19, June 10 workouts match barn's juvenile filly Danceyoursocksoff (finished seventh in career debut in maiden special weight on July 6 at Churchill with 51 Beyer)
- May 25 workout matches barn's three-year-old filly Color Me Up (finished sixth in a maiden special weight at Churchill on June 7 with a 54 Beyer)
- May 25 workout matches barn's three-year-old filly Carnival City (finished ninth in 'n1x' allowance at Churchill on June 14 with 60 Beyer)
- June 10 workout matches barn's juvenile Luv Gov (finished fifth in career debut in maiden special weight on June 27 with 39 Beyer)
- July 17 workout went .05 seconds slower than barn's three-year-old Red Sandy (77 Beyer top)

8. Mine All Mine (Belong to Me - Pulcinella, by Unbridled)
Trainer: Wesley Ward
- Foaled May 18, 2006 in Kentucky
- $65,000 RNA weanling (Keeneland November 2006)
- $50,000 RNA yearling (Keeneland September 2007)
- sire was a multiple Grade 3 sprint winner (16-7-3-2, $261,166, 1-3 at two, 7-14 in main track sprints)
- sire is 139-876 (16%) with juvenile runners
- dam was unraced
- dam has two runners, no winners, two juvenile runners
- dam a half-sister to stakes-placed turf runner Soul of the Cat (5-1-0-1, $30,681, 0-1 at two, 1-2 in main track sprints)
- trainer is 11-42 (26%, $1.55 ROI) over the past five years with juveniles returning from 31-60 day layoffs
- trainer is 0-1 over the past five years with juveniles retuning from 31-60 day layoffs at Saratoga

Analysis:
MARKET AT MIDDAY dueled hard with Collegiate (finished fourth in the Schuylerville on Opening Day) before packing it in during the stretch run. She worked very quickly prior to being sold for $350,000 in March, then showed good speed in her debut. She may be the quickest of these from the gate, and should be forwardly-placed when they swing into the stretch.
MINE ALL MINE showed speed on a closer-friendly track at Churchill Downs last time out, and has enough zip to press Market At Midday if jockey Elvis Trujillo decides to go that route. Wesley Ward has impressive stats with juvenile performers, and this filly shows a bullet work over the Saratoga main track.
VENADO goes out for a barn that bears watching at this meet. The July 12 workout matches up exactly with John Kimmel's Break Water Edison, a sharp debut winner at Belmont.
SMARTY MARTY is one of the highly-anticipated first crop of Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Smarty Jones, and debuts for Pletcher with a solid work tab. FOXY BAILEY showed good speed at Churchill Downs for owners that love to win at the Spa. She may face more early pressure in this spot. SIREN SERENADE, a three-quarter sister to Remsen winner Saarland, shared the work tab with Gone Astray (finished third for McGaughey on Opening Day) on three occasions. The regally-bred filly presumably attracted John Velazquez off the Pletcher-trained entry. SELECTIVE is from the first-crop of Wood Memorial winner Tapit, and trainer Asmussen won with both juveniles on Opening Day. The work tab only gives out mixed feelings. CATS is a daughter of Storm Cat out of a full to Fusaichi Pegasus, but the morning trials fail to excite. IMANDRA catches a tough field for her debut.

Selections:
1. Market At Midday
2. Mine All Mine
3. Venado

The Play:
Market At Midday - Mine All Mine exacta;
Market At Midday - Venado exacta

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Race 9
6 Furlongs
Sanford Stakes
2-year-olds
Purse $150,000

Analysis:
NOTONTHESAMEPAGE earned a 104 Beyer Speed Figure second-time out at Churchill Downs, and the race was validated somewhat when two of his opponents that day returned to win their maidens. Wesley Ward is a wizard with juvenile runners, and his charge may be the main speed in the Sanford. Unfortunately, he spiked a temperature the day before the race, and may be scratched.
VINEYARD HAVEN beat a pair of next-out winners in his career debut at Calder, and the son of Lido Palace was privately-purchased by Bobby Frankel after the race. He showed good stalking ability in South Florida, and may sit a nice trip rating just outside of the pacesetters.
DAGNABIT is the field's only two-time winner, but the New York-bred won a slow edition of the Tremont, and may be facing a bit tougher here. He should get solid fractions to rally into, however, and you can't discount anything from the Dutrow barn.
OFFICER IPOD was bet off the board for his debut at Delaware, and didn't disappoint his many backers. He needs to hustle from the rail, and will likely face more early pressure in this spot. BULLION CACHE improved second-out at Churchill, and should offer value from the Pletcher barn. DESERT PARTY, a $2.1M juvenile purchase, was very visually impressive winning his debut at Arlington. Don't be surprised if he improves off that 71 Beyer by leaps and bounds. PHOSPHORESCENT stalked and pounced his way to victory at Churchill, but these are likely tougher.

Selections:
1. Vineyard Haven
2. Dagnabit
3. Officer Ipod

The play:
Vineyard Haven to Win at 3-1 or more

Meet record based on starts, wins, top pick (after scratches) in the money, and profit/loss of that day's play ($2 wager): 3-0-2 (- $2)