An interesting, wide open overnight handicap to conclude the racing week in Hallandale is a 5 furlong sprint on Tapeta Track in which half the field has shown an affinity for the Gulfstream synth.
Among them, the stats and the performance figures surrounding them make a compelling case for Six Feet Apart (5-1). There’s much going on here.
The four-year-old, in with 116 pounds and getting a significant break from two of the major contenders, is making her first for Jose D’Angelo, who has won with five of his last 13 starters and is an otherworldly 38% effective first time off the claim.
A The Factor filly, she is 2-for-2 over this grounds, owns a career synthetic slate of (3) 2-1-0, and her sire is 16% successful with his synthetic starters.
Correctly and confidently placed at this level off a game Woodbine score, her lifetime best figure came on the South Florida synth, she’s well posted outside with tactical speed and Emisael Jaramillo gets the call.
Check out her last and see if you agree. WO, JUN 18, RACE 3. We’ve seen enough.
Taking Six Feet Apart to win at 3-1 or greater and keying quinellas with the freshened Running Memories (2-1) and price shot, surface-handling Quinoa Tifah (8-1).