The feature for us on the Sunday card is a maiden allowances for two year olds going two turn on Tapeta track.
Three horses catch the eye: Papalote (7-2) makes his second start for Armando De La Cerda who is a profitable 18% in that scenario. And generally means business when he reaches out for Edwin Perez.
Freedom Principle (5-2) has an experience edge over most two two lifetime runs, finished second on both occasions, earning good figures in the process and now gets blinkers for a barn whose horses improve with racing.
But this appears like a spot in which you should get paid if you’re right, and Grand Tower (8-1) fits that bill. Victor Barboza is 21% effective with second-time starters and adds blinkers, a 25% profitable move for this outfit.
But the clincher is the fact that after having some issues at the gate and forced to press the pace thereafter, the eyewear will have him sharper today, as his half-mile in 48-flat shows.
The move was 12th fastest of 119 peers to work the week of SEP 30. Further, the barn is profitable when giving a leg up to Edwin Gonzalez.
We’re taking Grand Tower to win at 9-2 or greater and key-boxing exactas with his rivals above.