Race 1: Up the Ante (#9)
Ran better than it appears in his debut last season after encountering traffic at the top of the stretch.
Has a right to improve on his juvenile form in his first turf start as a three-year-old.
Christophe Clement gets a 100 Trainer Rating with horses switching from dirt to turf.
8-1 on ML
Race 4: Peculiar Sensation (#12)
The Pace Projector is predicting a situation favoring horses on or near the lead and he figures to be forwardly placed.
Ran some of the best dirt races of his career this winter, and now gets back to his preferred surface.
Had excuses in a few of his starts last fall, but is good enough to be competitive here.
12-1 on ML
Race 6: Spring Drama (#3)
Kiaran McLaughlin gets a 92 Trainer Rating with horses making their first starts off a trainer switch.
Ran some competitive races against open company and now faces New York-breds for the first time.
Drew an advantageous inside post position going this distance.
3-1 on ML