6 (6)He has won three times at 4f. Third of 5 behind Blue Plaid beaten 2 1/4l at 15-1 on his latest outing at Charles Town over 4f earlier this month. No surprise if in the shake-up.
Christian Hiraldo/John McKee
1 (1)Successful twice at 4f. Third of 9 behind Dionysus' Chalice beaten 5l at 5-1 on his latest outing at Charles Town over 4f last month. Likely to give another good account.
Wesley Ho/Ralph Comi, Jr
3 (3)Winner of five races from 4f to 7f. Beaten 2l by Blue Plaid when second of 5 at 6-4jt-fav on his latest outing at Charles Town over 4f earlier this month. Another big run looks on the cards.
Victor Rodriguez/Leslie Condon
4 (4)Has won eight races from 4f to 6f. Beaten 7l behind Dionysus' Chalice at 16-1 when seventh of 9 on his latest outing at Charles Town over 4f last month. Bumped in the gate that day and not really a threat thereafter.
Jose Montano/Ronney Brown
5 (5)Winner of five races at 4f. A winner at 15-2 at Charles Town over 4f on his latest outing earlier this month, beating Lil'l Allstar by 2l. Has earned this step up in class with a couple of wins.
Believe The Heat
Maximo Chilo/Christopher Keller
2 (2)Winner of five races from 6f to 7f. Finished 2 3/4l behind Andy's Love when fourth of 8 at 2-1jt-fav on his latest outing at Charles Town over 6f last month. He can usually be relied on to run his race.
J Acosta/Bernard Dunham
7 (7)Successful twice at 6f. Finished behind Trusting Friend when fifth of 6 at 13-5 on his latest outing at Delaware Park over 6f last month. Capable if not consistent.
Sir Paulie Walnuts
Arnaldo Bocachica/Scott Lake
8 (8)Winner of five races from 4f to 7f. Well beaten at 55-1 behind Winplaceorshowono when last of 8 on his latest outing at Delaware Park over 6f in September. Having his first run for a new stable today, previously with Mark Racanelli. Capable when on a going day.
Adrian Flores/Hubert Gaffney
9 (9)Winner of seven races at 4f, but last win was over two years ago. Beaten 5l by Dionysus' Chalice when second of 9 at 17-2 on his latest outing at Charles Town over 4f last month. He can show up well again.
Gerald Almodovar/Anthony Rideoutt