The Kentucky-bred daughter of Hold for Gold has worked sharply in preparation for the 1 1/16-mile Sharp Cat.
Oro Blanco will face four rivals as she makes her fourth career start in the Sharp Cat, which lines up as follows from the rail out:
Toro Bonito, with David Flores up, carries 117 pounds; Ten Churros, Clinton Potts, 121; Pamona Ball, Rafael Bejarano, 117; Magic Roberta, Joel Rosario, 115, and Oro Blanco, Martin Pedroza, 115. Toro Bonito and Ten Churros will run coupled as a Patti and Hal Earnhardt-owned and Bob Baffert trained entry.
Toro Bonito, third most recently in the Anoakia, finished fifth in the Oak Leaf, while Ten Churros enters following a second-place finish in the Cal Cup Juvenile Fillies. She is the most accomplished filly in the field with two wins in five starts for earnings of $110,567.
Pamona Ball broke her maiden in her most recent start, while Magic Roberta seeks her first win in four starts following an eighth-place finish in the Oak Leaf.
The fourth running of the Sharp Cat is scheduled as the third race on Saturday’s ten-race program at Hollywood Park. First post time is 12:30 p.m.