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Remington Park Stakes Value Plays for December 18

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December 16th, 2020

A total of six stakes races are on the card at Remington Park on Friday night, led by the $200,000 Springboard Mile. I will shed some light on some live price plays on the undercard events.

She’s All In S.

Seven fillies and mares will contest the two-turn affair. #7 Kim K (5-1) was a smart allowance winner in her first appearance for Asmussen off the long break, and the chestnut looms large with expected improvement. Will Take Charge 4-year-old has big early presence in a field lacking an abundance of pace, and she will get a dream trip throughout under Vazquez.

Jim Thorpe S.

Oklahoma-bred sophomores will go postward in a one-mile test. Second-choice #1 Dont Tell Nobody (3-1) is peaking as of late for Villafranco, led by a stakes victory on the course two back. Cyber Secret gelding has found a home at Remington Park, and his turn of foot will be tough to hold off late after he saves all the ground under Sophie Doyle.

Useeit S.

Sophomore fillies will travel one mile in a competitive affair. #7 She’s All Wolfe (2-1) looks super tough in my opinion, and I will play the morning-line choice on top of #1 Special Treasure (12-1) from the rail. Whitelaw trainee ran the favorite to a neck on the course in September, and the dark bay offers great value with a clean break beneath Sophie Doyle.

Trapeze S.

Juvenile fillies will try one mile in a deep field that drew 11. I expect #7 Tiz Splendid News (5-1) to force the pace early and never look back in the stretch for Wesley Ward. Maclean’s Music filly runs on Lasix for the initial time and simply looks faster than her foes.

Jeffrey A. Hawk Memorial S. 

The finale features a dozen for the two-turn race, and I am expecting a price to close out the card. #10 Summer Revolution (10-1) has won five of seven leading up to this event, led by a powerful allowance tally on the surface most recently. Summer Bird gelding will stalk and pounce to cap a big night for Doyle.

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