Del Mar, Horse racing

Del Mar selections for Sunday, Sept. 4

Preview: Final weekend of the meet and might be the best cards of the meet with all of the horses entered before the start of the Los Alamitos meet..

Race 1: 1. #3 Lucky Dolly (4-1), 2. Laura’s Babydoll, 3. So Heres the Thing. LONG SHOT: Coco Smooches.
Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens doesn’t need this mount but he’s on this filly for trainer Molly Pearson. The 2-year-old had a decent race run in first race and now ships to Del Mar. Pearson is 30% first time in a maiden claimer.

Race 2: 1. Newsman, 2. Zinvor, 3. Reflected Star. LONG SHOT: He Will.

Race 3: 1. One More Roll, 2. Eddie’s First, 3. Too Fast to Pass. LONG SHOT: Malibu Mogul.

Race 4: 1. Star at the Bar, 2. G Q Covergirl, 3. Sid the Squid. LONG SHOT: Time for Ebby.

Race 5: 1. Nazareth, 2. Stand by for News, 3. Holidayincambodia. LONG SHOT: Angel Lane.

Race 6: 1. #3 Elektrum (4-1) BEST BET, 2. Sobradora Inc, 3. Personal Diary. LONG SHOT: Gloryzapper.
This mare just missed in the Osunitas and she won here last year. She has a big work showing since the race and jockey Victor Espinoza could have ridden another in here but sticks with this one. Espinoza is 20% with trainer John Sadler and an inside post is the place to be on this turf course.

Race 7: 1. Roosevelt, 2. Red Kite, 3. Wheresthemoneyjack. LONG SHOT: Rock On Dude.

Race 8: 1. #1 Gold Rush Dancer (8-1), 2. Monster Bea, 3. Trojan Nation. LONG SHOT: Free Rose.
You can never go wrong with jockey Flavie Prat on the turf and this 3-year-old is the X factor in here. He won a Cal-bred stakes and now returns to the grass where he is a pefect 2-for-2. Prat is 22% with trainer Vann Belvoir and you can bet Prat will stick to the inside all the way around.

Race 9: 1. Papa Papa Papa, 2. Ten Blessings, 3. Pulmarack. LONG SHOT: Blameitonthelaw.

Race 10: 1. #2 The Spiral Jetter (7-2), 2. Cuddle Alert, 3. Mai Tai. LONG SHOT: Kennedie Sky.
This filly just gave an even effort last time on the dirt. Trainer Andy Mathis goes to the turf and jockey Rafael Bejarano sticks. Mathis is 24% when taking blinkers off and he’s 2-of-r7 with Bejarano.

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