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We've got three horses for you, all running tomorrow, Monday June 07, 2021, but on three different tracks.
Here's the closer look:
BIG AFFAIR — Monday, June 07, 2021 @ Delaware Park, Race 2.
Post Time is 1:45 PM ET.
Radar Insight: BIG AFFAIR has a win and two seconds at Delaware, drops in class for this spot.
The son of THE BIG BEAST is 4-1 on the morning-line for trainer and owner Greg Compton. He'll break from the two-hole with jockey Skyler Spanabel in the irons, who is at the top of her game right now and having a great year so far, winning at an improved 3% from last year's numbers. BIG AFFAIR has done his best sprinting at Delaware Park when he's up and on the pace. Last time he competed at this track was in August 2020, where he took the field gate to wire. He's no stranger to the five furlong distance and will add half a furlong more for this assignment. He posted a sharp 4F workout back in May, going 49.40 as the 13th fastest of 33 works at that distance.
BASEBALLNBOURBON — Monday, June 07, 2021 @ Finger Lakes, Race 4.
Post Time is 2:31 PM ET.
Radar Insight: BASEBALLNBOURBON missed by a neck as the chalk in his last, trainer Rohena rebounds at a high rate with beaten favorites.
The son of FLASHY BULL is the 9-5 morning-line favorite and breaks from the two-hole for jockey Joel Cruz. The 7-year-old is trained and owned by Rafael Jose Rohena. He comes in with a pair of second place finishes, all from Finger Lakes. In his most recent start, a five furlong sprint over the dirt, he led every step of the way but was caught late and beaten by a neck. It was a good effort considering he had set quick fractions of 22.81 and 46.66, from the rail, while pressed.
CENTRE COURT CHAMP — Monday, June 07, 2021 @ Parx, Race 4.
Post Time is 2:16 PM ET.
Radar Insight: CENTRE COURT CHAMP won her debut by a huge margin while recording the top, last race speed figure, two playable angles.
The filly by DOMINUS breaks from the fifth slot at odds of 3-1 for trainer Robert Mosco and owner Jack J. Armstrong. She seeks her second consecutive victory. and was just fabulous in her debut, winning the six furlong assignment by almost nine lengths, going gate to wire. She now switches to the turf and stretches two furlongs for this contest. She's got 22.26 quarter-mile speed and 45.47 half-mile speed to be competitive with, as she gets jockey Abner Adorno back on the saddle.