There’s nothing like a limit field of turf runners to examine and nothing like the opportunity to seek legitimate value. Pallotta Sisters (6-1) provides that chance in Thursday’s sixth at 7-1/2 furlongs.
If it weren’t for bad luck… well, you know the rest. Meanwhile see for yourself her latest try in the G3 Jimmy Durante: DEL MAR, DEC 3, Race 7. In short, she never had a chance.
She now returns to East for Graham Motion, dropping to her appropriate level, and goes postward reuniting with Lasix here. Her lone score came with the diuretic two back following prior troubled trips.
Today’s shorter trip should aid her late run, as does the switch to Jose Ortiz who can take advantage of the versatility the filly has displayed thus far. She’s worked twice returning to her PMM base.
We’re taking Pallotta Sisters to win at 7-2 or greater.
Further, we’re key-boxing exactas with Mark Casse’s Scottish Symphony (4-1), profitable going synth to turf, and price shot Maroon Bells (12-1), who has nature and nurture in her corner, stretching out for Tom Proctor.