Del Mar, Horse racing

Del Mar selections for Monday, Sept. 7

FIRST RACE: 1. Waymond Boyd, 2. Y’s Passion, 3. Statesman. LONG SHOT: Marvelous Max.
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SECOND RACE: 1. Fancy Shoes, 2. Stenoa, 3. Aaron Again. LONG SHOT: Prodigious.
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THIRD RACE: 1. Golden Atlantic, 2. George Zip, 3. One of the Greats. LONG SHOT: Random Joy.
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FOURTH RACE: 1. Glacken Too, 2. Cherubim, 3. Big Macher. LONG SHOT: Spirit Rules.
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FIFTH RACE: 1. Seeking the West, 2. I’ll Wrap It Up, 3. King of Jazz. LONG SHOT: Nahem.
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SIXTH RACE: 1. C.C. Zipp, 2. Part of the Charm, 3. Swift Lady. LONG SHOT: Seaside Glory.
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SEVENTH RACE: 1. #3 Sassy Ashley (7-2), 2. Always Dangerous, 3. Wishful Winking. LONG SHOT: Aguacate.

This daughter of English Channel has been tearing it up in the mornings and will likely show speed drawing inside on the turf course. Jockey Rafael Bejarano takes the ride for trainer Richard Baltas and they are 29% combination.

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EIGHTH RACE: 1. Nyquist, 2. Mt Veeder, 3. Blameitonthelaw. LONG SHOT: Nightly News.
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NINTH RACE: 1. #1 Gomo (3-1) best bet, 2. Optimism And Hope, 3. Imflatoutsweet. LONG SHOT: Sutton’s Smile.

This daughter of Uncle Mo broke her maiden on the grass and then finished second in the Sorrento Stakes on the dirt. The winner of the Sorrento just finished second in the Del Mar Debutante. Jockey Mario Gutierrez knows her well and will likely have to use a little bit of speed from the inside post not to get buried in the first turn.

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10TH RACE: 1. #11 Black Betsy (12-1), 2. Glory, 3. Sensitively. LONG SHOT: Unforgettable U.

This 3-year-old filly’s last race was just too bad to believe when she showed speed and then finished last. Trainer Richard Baltas puts blinkers on, a move he is 25% with, and he has put two bullet works in her. We’re expecting an improved effort and upset in the Del Mar finale for the summer season.

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