Today’s feature, a preliminary allowances for fillies and mares on the inner turf course at a mile and a sixteenth, is an interesting one despite the relatively small size of the field. Three felines look best in here, from the insider, out; Fee Fi Fo Fum (4-1), Queens Full (5-2) and Value Stream (2-1).

Fee Fi Fo Fum ran her lifetime best at today’s distance when third under these conditions at Gulfstream early this year. Now making her second start off a brief layup and returning to her optimal distance, she looks set for an outfit having a strong meet. Trainer Jimmy Jerkens makes the switch to Edgar Prado. She found herself on the lead after getting blinkers last out and appears as if she prefers a target.

Queens Full is making her third start following a layup, a 30 percent proposition for Christophe Clement, who may be having what appears to be a career meet. Four-year-old Indian Charlie filly had an extremely difficulty trip last out, losing much ground at a critical juncture. Her late-run style will find her in those positions more often than not but today’s added distance and short field likely helps in that regard, as does the switch to Alan Garcia, who’s certainly having a career stand.

Value Stream is a deserving favorite, having done her best running on the turf in her four-race career. She broke her maiden on this course, at this distance, and now returns to that scenario beneath Javier Castellano, who was aboard for that maiden score. She’s worked three times since her last race, two of the bullet variety, and showed some tactical ability despite a tough trip in the maiden win.

But we’ll take whatever value is offered on Queens Full to win, at 2-1 or greater, keying her first and second in exactas and trifectas with her main rivals here, adding High Draw (20-1) to the trifecta mix.

Running Totals: (235) 74-49-27. Total Dollar Return: $452.90 [win selections only] {Wednesday’s results not included}