1 (1)Half-sister to Kid Kate, won six times between 5f and 1m. An interesting newcomer.
Javier Castellano/Chad Brown
2 (2)Unplaced in all five starts. Beaten 8l behind Abbreviate at 22-1 when eighth of 9 on her latest outing at Belmont Park over 7f (good) in September last year. Her experience should put her in a good position.
John Velazquez/Mark Hennig
3 (3)Half-sister to Currency Swap, won four times at 6f including a Grade 1 race. Has shown promise in the mornings.
Jose Ortiz/Chad Brown
4 (4)Dam won at 1m and 1m 1f. Has not shown too much in the mornings.
Luis Saez/Thomas Albertrani
5 (5)Full sister to Ascot Eye, won at 5f. Best watched.
Joe Bravo/Kiaran McLaughlin
6 (6)Dam won at 1m 1f. May find some of these too good.
Manuel Franco/Michelle Nevin
8 (8)Full sister to Set To Dance, won at 6f. Others make more appeal.
Joel Rosario/Thomas Albertrani
7 (7)Half-sister to Imagining, won six times between 1m and 1m 4f including two Grade 3 races. A well-bred newcomer.
Irad Ortiz Jr/Claude McGaughey Iii
Unnamed 2nd Favourite