ARCADIA, Calif. &ndash; For the foreseeable future, all 2&#45;year&#45;old runners trained by Doug O&rsquo;Neill will be extensively scrutinized by bettors before their first start. Such is life for a stable that won the Kentucky Derby this month with Nyquist.On Friday, O&rsquo;Neill has two runners in a maiden special weight race at 4 1/2 furlongs at Santa Anita &ndash; Mr. Louis and Secret House. While O&rsquo;Neill thinks each is capable of winning Friday, he is more encouraged by their long&#45;term prospects.&ldquo;They look like two&#45;turn horses,&rdquo; O&rsquo;Neill said. &ldquo;I think they&rsquo;re good enough to win first time out.&rdquo;The colts were bought at the 2015 Keeneland September yearling sale. Mr. Louis, by Broken Vow, is owned by Head of Plains Partners and was purchased for $90,000. Secret House, by Tiznow, is owned by Head of Plains Partners and Sheep Pond Partners and was bought for $125,000.They are part of a field of six in Friday&rsquo;s first race, which includes Feisty Anthem, a colt by Unbridled&rsquo;s Song who is trained by John Brocklebank for Dickman Legacy Ranch. Feisty Anthem was offered at the Barretts March sale of 2&#45;year&#45;olds in training at Del Mar but was listed as being bought back for $350,000.Since late April, Feisty Anthem has had three half&#45;mile workouts at Santa Anita.