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Trainer Peter Miller is 4-for the past three years with turf sprinters off six months or more. Only one of the 20 was a favorite; none of the four winners was a favorite. Nat's Nation wheels back 16 days after a dominating Cal-bred maiden win. He is eligible to this starter allowance because he ran for a tag in February.
The gelding has a forwardly placed running style adaptable to any pace scenario. Dream Police moves up in class while returning from a brief freshening. He ran okay both starts on this downhill course in fall Maiden Special Weight Race 9 Purse: Westfest improved a ton second out, runner-up in a six-furlong sprint that was run at a solid clip. Westfest earned a number 82 Beyer good enough to win many special-weight sprints; he has three short works since and shortens to five and one-half furlongs.
He is the obvious choice, with uncertain value. He was favored his first two starts, and likely to be favored again. Horse Greedy ran big in his second start, a runner-up finish while more than five lengths clear of third. Subsequently sidelined with a minor setback, he returns with a solid work pattern and speed to stay within contact. He might be overlooked in the betting. Americanize, stablemate of the top choice, debuts with a series of fast works.
Sired by Concord Point, he was produced by a dam that won her debut and is a sibling to G1 winner Seventh Street. The point is, Americanize has pedigree and, based on his works, ability.
Right Wing debuts with a solid work pattern; Jaw Dropper did not break well from the rail in his debut, and finished fifth. He is the third Bob Baffert-trained entrant, with a right to improve going inside to outside.
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