7 (7)Half-brother to Wonitbyland, won at 1m. Top rider in the saddle on debut.
Jose Lezcano/David Cannizzo
1 (5)Full brother to Bliss To You, won at 5f. Place claims if matching his home work.
Jairo Rendon/Russell Cash
3 (2)Full brother to Beaux Arts, won at 5f. Entitled to run well on debut.
Lost In Manhattan
Joel Rosario/Steven Asmussen
4 (3)Half-brother to Carameaway, won seven times between 7f and 1m 1f. May be better over further in time.
Junior Alvarado/Mitchell Friedman
5 (4)Half-brother to Spirit Of Peace, won twice at 1m. Market check may be the best guide this time around.
Greg King Of Kool
Dylan Davis/Michael Miceli
6 (6)Full brother to Funny Surprise, won twice at 6f and 7f. Finished 9l behind Tales Of Chaucer when fourth of 6 at 2-1fav on his racecourse debut at Belmont Park over 5f last month. Leading claims if building on that.
Stop Me If You Can
Jose Ortiz/R Rodriguez
2 (1)Half-brother to M G Baby, won three times at 1m. Interesting newcomer.
Irad Ortiz Jr/Jason Servis
8 (8)Dam won five times at 7f and 1m. Could prove to be a chip off the old block and follow suit.
Luis Saez/Brad Cox
9 (10)Dam won twice at 5f and 1m. Represents a leading team on his racecourse introduction.
John Velazquez/Todd Pletcher
10 (9)Half-brother to Naked Lies, won at 7f. Others make more appeal this time around.
Abel Lezcano/Russell Cash
Unnamed 2nd Favourite