1 (1)Half-brother to Recepta, won four times at 7f and 1m including a Grade 3 race. Won on his racecourse debut when 11-10fav at Belmont Park over 7f in September, beating Till Then by 1 1/4l. Expensive newcomer who represents a top stable.
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Jose Ortiz/Chad Brown
2 (2)Successful at 5f and 6f. A winner at 3-1 at Philadelphia Park over 6f on his latest outing last month, beating Splicethemainbrace by 6l. Has the experience to get involved once again.
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Frankie Pennington/John Servis
3 (3)Won on his latest outing when 7-10fav at Delaware Park over 5f in September, beating Mercusio by 1 1/4l. Off the mark then and could have more to come.
Luis Saez/Jeremiah Englehart
4 (4)Half-brother to Lucky Bucky, won twice at 6f. A winner at 17-2 at Saratoga over 7f (good) on his debut in August, beating Derby Date by 3l. Appears the stable second string this time.
Javier Castellano/Chad Brown
5 (5)Half-brother to Bloody Point, won three times at 6f. A winner at 13-5 at Belmont Park over 6f on his debut in September, beating Epic Dreamer by 1 3/4l. Has to be respected following that impressive showing.
Manuel Franco/George Weaver
6 (6)Successful at 5f and 6f. Third of 10 behind Complexity beaten 6l at 13-2 on his latest outing in the Grade 1 Champagne Stakes at Belmont Park over 1m last month. Not disgraced that day and foolish to dismiss.
Irad Ortiz Jr/Jason Servis
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