Last Updated Aug 30, 2021, 14:01 PM
BC - Juvenile Fillies Turf
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Distance: 1 mile (T)
Purse: $1 million
Date: Friday, November 2
Time: 4:00 p.m. ET
Created in 2008, a year after the Juvenile Turf where fillies were forced to face colts, there isn’t much. Flotilla and Chriselliam won consecutive runnings of this in 2012 and 2013 for Europe after the U.S. won the first four runnings.
Favorites: 1 for 10 (10%)
Shortest: $6.80 (Lady Eli, 2014)
Highest: $29.20 (More Than Real, 2010)
U.S based: 8/Foreign based: 2
We ditch the traditional format for alphabetical order due to the mix of U.S. and Euro runners as well as age and lack of experience.
Belle Laura won second out at a mile over the course before closing the grab the show-dough in the G2 Jessamine last 48-1 last out.
Concrete Rose broke her maiden sprinting at Saratoga over a good course before tripping out to win the Jessamine by a drawing-away three lengths.
East is perfect in two starts across the pond, both sprinting. She broke her maiden over soft ground.
Just Wonderful has won half of her six starts, her debut, and a pair of graded stakes, including the Rockfel at Newmarket, five weeks ago.
Lady Prancealot broke her maiden over a synthetic surface in Europe where she made her first five starts before finishing second in the Juvenile Fillies Turf at Del Mar and Surfer Girl at Santa Anita, both at this trip.
La Pelosa was winless in four tries after breaking her maiden on debut in Europe before shipping over to win the G1 Natalma at Woodbine when racing on Lasix for the first time.
Lily’s Candle has won three of five overseas, including a G1 on the Arc undercard at Longchamp a little less than a month ago at this distance.
My Gal Betty won the Catch a Glimpse at Woodbine over yielding ground before coming up a length short as the Natalma favorite.
Newspaperofrecord has been sensational in two starts, her maiden win in Saratoga and the G2 at Belmont last out, winning each over yielding ground, by over six lengths and going a sixteenth of a mile more than this trip.
Pahket broke her maiden over yielding ground at Belmont second out before racing evenly in the stretch when second in the Jessamine.
Stellar Agent took her debut sprinting at the Spa but was beaten over eight lengths when she managed to get third in the Miss Grillo.
Summering looked goof winning her first two starts at Del Mar, including their JFT, before getting a bad trip in the Surfer Girl when third at odds of 2-5.
The Mackem Bullet finished second in the G2 Lowther and G1 Cheveley Park in her last two starts. She’s won just once from six tries.
Varenka finished second in the P.G. Johnson at Saratoga over yielding ground and in the Miss Grillo. She’s still looking for her first career win.
If I’m Right…
Newspaperofrecord is simply too much for these to handle.
Belle Laura was flying at the end of the Jessamine from her post 13 draw. She gets some post relief and should be 25-1.