Competitive finale for three-year-old platers going one mile on the Hallandale green.
Echo Lane (2-1) is a logical and deserved favorite as he broke maiden in his first start going long for new trainer Rohan Crichton after adding Lasix.
The clincher for his supporters is the fact that Crichton is 30% effective with his last 33 second-Lasix runners.
However, we’ll take a minor upset chance in Hot N Lucky (5-2) who makes his first start for Saffie Joseph.
He too is a recent maiden-claiming breaker but ran faster, the barn is 27% first off the barn change and Saffie’s given him get-acquainted time for this.
Taking Hot N Lucky to win at 5-2 or greater, key-boxing exotics with Echo Lane, best-figure Tapit Three Times (3-1) with Paco Lopez, and well-posted price shot Summer Storm Stric (15-1).