Oaklawn P4 Analysis- March 12th 2021- By Spencer Luginbuhl

Race 2

#3 Elitch: In starter allowance races, I always try to find horses that run well above the race’s claiming level, and this gelding fits the bill. First, off the claim for Asmussen, he ran a good 2nd for 10K with a high Beyer, and he had trouble to boot. The only reason I’m going deep to start is there are a couple of others who ran well for 7.5K last time out.

Race 3
Stomping Hotrod: We had a winner just like this yesterday, so why not go back to the well. He had good early speed and faded halfway through for me showing speed and fading against better is fine for a debut. Mason Ingrid does well in limited 2nd-time starters 20% or
2-10 over ten starts.


Race 4
#5 All Shacked Up: Toss the last race in the mud as he never had the affinity for that surface. Now Hartman cuts this gelding back to a sprint where he ran so well first off the layoff.


Race 5
#9 Areemaa: This filly is the only one who has yet to lose at the 10K level. Her last two starts on dirt were far and above the Beyer par. There’s also a considerable jockey upgrade to Arrieta, 31% for this barn with a 3$ ROI.


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