Race 5: More Mischief (#3)
Appeared to dislike the sloppy track in her debut, as she came up totally empty at the quarter pole.
Showed a ton of speed in her Fasig-Tipton sales work earlier this year.
Has reportedly continued to train like a talented runner since the debut.
3-1 on ML
Race 7: Lucky Move (#6)
Switches from a trainer who gets a TimeformUS Trainer Rating of just 39 to Jeremiah Englehart, who gets a rating of 94.
Has faced some pretty strong fields in Kentucky and may be getting some class relief here.
Ran well within the context of the race last time, as she was uncharacteristically close to a pace that collapsed.
4-1 on ML
Race 8: Aveenu Malcainu (#9)
Was against the race flow in the Mike Lee last time, as closers dominated that race.
Reportedly had throat surgery performed following his last effort in an attempt to get him to finish off his races.
Returns to the scene of his two greatest performances last summer.
4-1 on ML
Race 9: Opry (#8)
Ran an encouraging race in his debut, as he rallied well to be third after not breaking well while not appearing to relish the surface.
Is bred to handle turf on both sides of his pedigree.
Reportedly worked very well over the Oklahoma turf course last week.
6-1 on ML