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2016 autumn miss stakes preview entries and odds


´╗┐Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California will be the scene of the G3 Autumn Miss Stakes on Saturday, October 29. Three year old fillies will take to Santa Anita's turf track and run one mile for the winner's portion of the $100,000 purse.

A wide-open field of 10 have been confirmed for the Autumn Miss Stakes - race 8 on Santa Anita's Saturday card. Post time is 4:00 PM. Here is a brief glance into the past performances of all 10 the entries for this G3 stakes.

2016 Autumn Miss Stakes Race Preview at Santa Anita Park

Belvoir Bay - British bred Peter Miller trained filly has five wins and a second place finish in 10 career starts. She made her graded stakes debut July 23 and flopped to a tenth place finish in the G2 San Clemente Stakes at Del Mar but has been impressive since. Last time out was a gate-to-wire win in the minor Unzip Me Stakes on this track October 1 which followed a good win in the G3 Torrey Pines Stakes at Del Mar August 28. She also posted a nice win in the minor Blue Norther Stakes at Santa Anita December 27, a ninth in her North American debut - the minor Chelsey Flower Stakes at Belmont Park in October and a respectable fourth in the Group 3 Prestige Stakes at home before shipping. Belvoir Bay has won three of her last four starts ahead of this weekend and tries for three straight stakes victories from the outside gate 10 with Norberto Arroyo in the reins.

Danilovna - Irish bred filly has four career starts for trainer Graham Motion with two wins. She makes her stakes debut Saturday off an Allowance Optional Claiming score at Belmont Park September 22 - her North American debut. She posted a fourth and a fifth in a pair of Handicap races at home before shipping and also posted a win at first asking in November. Danilovna looked good last time out and hopes to build on that effort in her stakes debut. Flavien Prat has been tabbed to ride from the rail.

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Lady Valeur - Irish bred Patrick Gallagher trained filly has placed in six of nine career starts - two wins and four runner-up finishes. Last time out was a disappointing ninth in the G1 Del Mar Oaks August 20 which followed a respectable second behind Mokat in the G2 San Clemente Stakes at Del Mar July 23, a fifth in the G2 Honeymoon Stakes at Santa Anita June 19, an impressive 1 1/2 length Allowance Optional Claiming score May 20, another fifth in the G3 Providencia Stakes April 9 and a second in the minor China Doll Stakes March. Lady Valeur has been OK at times and searches for her first stakes win Saturday with Rafael Bejarano in the saddle from post 3.

Nodiac - Irish bred Phil D'Amato trained filly has placed in eight of nine career starts - two wins, two seconds and four third place finishes. Last time out was a third behind Belvoir Bay in the minor Unzip Me Stakes on this track October 1 after an Allowance Optional Claiming score at Del Mar August 27, a sixth in the G3 Edgewood Stakes at Churchill Downs May 6 and a pair of thirds in stakes action including the G3 Providencia Stakes here in April. Nodiac has been in every race in her career so far, has a win, a second and a third in three grass starts but has yet to record a stake win. Jockey Santiago Gonzalez will try to change all of that from gate 6 Saturday.

Dreamarcher - has 13 career starts for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer with three wins, a second and three third place finishes. She makes her graded stakes debut Saturday off a fifth in the minor Swingtime Stakes on this track October 8, a fourth in an Allowance Optional Claiming at Del Mar September 1 and a nice win in the minor Wine Country Stakes at Santa Rosa in July. Dreamarcher has placed in just one of her last four starts ahead of this weekend but hopes to make some noise from post 9 Saturday. Mario Gutierrez gets the call.

Barleysugar - Irish bred Edward Freeman trained filly had a win, three seconds and a third place finish in six starts in Europe - she placed second in her last two starts at home before shipping. Barleysugar has three North American starts - the first was a good one - a win in the minor Sandy Blue Handicap at Del Mar July 17. She went on to a sixth in the G1 Del Mar Oaks and was most recently third in an Allowance Optional Claiming on this track October 6. Barleysugar has been decent in her career and will chase a career-defining win from post 5. Gary Stevens rides.

Cover Song - Carla Gaines trained filly has just one win in nine career starts to go along with three third place finishes. Last time out was an unsuccessful stakes debut - a tenth in the minor Unzip Me Stakes on this track October 1. Before that was a third, a fifth and another pair of thirds in Allowance races during the summer. She steps into graded stakes company for the first time in less-than-spectacular form and will have Kent Desormeaux aboard from gate 4.

Sweet Dragon Fly - British bred Paul Cole trained filly has two wins, a second and a third place finish in seven career starts. Last time out was a poor stakes debut at Newmarket - a tenth in the minor EBF Stallions Boadicea Stakes October 8 after a third, a win and a fourth respectively in Handicap races overseas. She makes her North American debut in so-so form and will have Joe Talamo guiding her from gate 8.

Great Page - Irish bred Jerry Hollendorfer trained filly ahs 14 starts already with three wins, two seconds and a third place finish. She won a stakes at Naas in June, 2015 and also posted a terrific win in the Group 3 Longines Prix du Clavados in France in August of last year but has placed in just one of seven starts since. Last time out was an unflattering North American debut in the minor Unzip Me Stakes on this track October 1. Before that was a tenth, a seventh, a third, two more sevenths and a fifth in stakes races in Europe. Great Page hasn't been great lately but hopes to change her fortunes around from gate 2 Saturday. Tiago Josue Pereira rides.

Lookout Sister - has just two wins in eight career starts for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer and has failed to place in the others. She won the minor Small Wonder Stakes at Delaware Park in September, 2015 but has not looked good since. A seventh last time out in an Allowance Optional Claiming here October 6 followed a tenth in the minor Our Mims Stakes at Delaware Park June 8, a ninth in the minor Hilltop Stakes at Pimlico in May, a sixth in the G3 Bourbonette Oaks in April and a tenth in the G1 Darley Alcibiades October 2, 2015. Lookout Sister hopes to snap an ugly funk when she leaves from post 7 with Martin Pedroza aboard.

2016 del mar mile handicap preview entries and odds


´╗┐The Grade 2 Del Mar Mile Handicap is on tap for this Sunday, April 21 from Del Mar Race Track in Del Mar, California. Horses three years old and upward will give it a go when they arrive on Del Mar's turf track and race one mile for the winner's portion of the $200,000 purse.

A short field of just five will line up in the Del Mar Mile - race 4 on Del Mar's Sunday schedule. Post time is 3:40 PM. Here is a glance into the past performances of all five combatants for this Grade 2 stakes.

2016 Del Mar Mile Handicap Race Preview at Del Mar Race Track

Midnight Storm 4-5 - won the Grade 2 Del Mar Derby in August, 2014 for trainer Phil D'Amato and had a second in the 2015 Shoemaker and has caught fire again in his last two starts overall. Last time was a nice win in the Grade 2 Eddie Read Stakes on this track July 17 after a terrific win in the 2016 Shoemaker Mile at Santa Anita June 4. Before his most recent wins was a seventh in the Grade 1 Woodford Reserve Classic at Churchill Downs May 7, a fourth in the Grade 1 Frank E. Kilroe Mile in March and a nice win in the Grade 2 Seabiscuit Handicap at Del Mar November 27. Midnight Storm now has seven wins and three seconds in 17 career starts and off two straight graded stakes wins should be in the conversation Sunday. He has won four of five career starts on this track and will try to make it five in six from gate 2 with Rafael Bejarano guiding the morning line favorite.

Om 7-2 - has 12 career starts for trainer Dan Hendricks with five wins, a second and three third place finishes. He was last seen way back on March 12 finishing sixth in the Grade 1 Frank E. Kilroe Mile at Santa Anita after he had placed in eight prior races including a third in the Grade 2 Arcadia Stakes here February 13, a nice win in the Grade 2 Mathis Brothers Mile December 26, another third as favorite in the Grade 1 Hollywood Derby here November 28 and two good wins - the Grade 2 Twilight Derby October 24 and in gate-to-wire fashion in the Grade 2 Del Mar Derby September 6. Before that was a second as favorite in the Grade 3 La Jolla Handicap August 9, a third in his graded stakes debut - the Grade 3 Affirmed and a dominating 2 1/4 length Allowance Optional Claiming score at Santa Anita in May. Om is one of two horses to ever beat American Pharoah - by 7 1/4 lengths back last August and has been decent in the lead-up to this race. He tries to bounce back off an uncharacteristic outing Sunday in his first race in five months - from the rail with Gary Stevens aboard the second betting choice./p>

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Ambitious Brew 5-1 - Martin Jones trained gelding was second in the 2014 Grade 3 Eddie D Stakes and followed that with a seventh in the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint that year. He has been decent since - a second in the minor California Dreamin' Stakes on this track July 24 followed a sixth in the Grade 1 Triple Bend Handicap at Santa Anita June 25, a win in the minor Lennyfromalibu Stakes at Santa Anita May 28, a sixth in the minor California Flag Stakes on that track in October and a nice win in the minor EB Johnston Stakes at Los Alamitos in September. He chases his first graded stake score Sunday having placed in three of his last five starts - OK form. Flavien Prat has the mount from post 5.

Ohio 5-1 - Brazilian bred Paulo Lobo trainee has six win and two seconds in 11 career starts - four wins and two seconds in seven starts at home including three of his last four there. He debuted in North America in March and won an Allowance Optional Claiming and went on to a sixth in the Grade 3 American Stakes in May and another Allowance Optional Claiming score June 12 - all three at Santa Anita. Last time out was an eighth in the Grade 2 Eddie Read Stakes on this track July 17. Ohio has been good against lesser company in his career but has struggled in stakes company. He hopes to change all of that Sunday from post 3 with Brice Blanc in the irons.

Little Curlin 6-1 - Jerry Hollendorfer trainee has three wins, two seconds and five third place finishes in 15 career starts and enters in decent form - having placed in his last four starts overall. He enters on the heels of consecutive thirds - the minor Wickerr Stakes on this track July 16 and an Allowance Optional Claiming at Santa Anita June 16, a good second in his only graded stakes action to date - the Grade 3 American Stakes at Santa Anita in May and an Allowance Optional Claiming score on that track in March. Little Curlin has been good lately and will try for his first stakes win from gate 4 Sunday. Santiago Gonzalez gets the call.