Race 1: Nueva York (#10)
- Has been steadily improving in recent starts and would be dangerous if he transfers his dirt form to turf.
- Is a full-brother to a turf sprint winner and his second dam was a turf horse.
- DRF Formulator Fact: Over the past 5 years, David Cannizzo is 5 for 26 (19 percent, $4.86 ROI) with horses trying turf for the first time in sprints.
8-1 on ML
Race 4: Elegant Zip (#4)
- Got stymied inside at a critical point last time out and might have won had she found a clear path sooner.
- Should sit a great trip stalking the two speeds, Newly Minted and Cash Offer.
- Has handled longer distances, but should appreciate the slight turnback to 7 furlongs.
8-1 on ML
Race 9: Bankit (#8)
- Appeared to dislike the sloppy racetrack he encountered last time and gets on a fast track on Monday.
- The Pace Projector is predicting that he will get a fast pace to close into.
- Showed plenty of ability in one-turn races as a 2-year-old, so should appreciate another opportunity to sprint.
10-1 on ML
Race 10: Syndergaard (#2)
- Should be more forwardly placed as he stretches out in distance and figures to sit a good stalking trip.
- Found 6 furlongs to be too short for him in each of his last two starts and proved that he can get a mile on Feb. 17.
- Has continued to attack his workouts with great energy coming into this race.
6-1 on ML