Best Bet: CHORUS LINE (8)
Best Value: MAGSAMELIA (7)
FIRST: Show Giant was a front-running winner in last and projects as the controlling speed once again Night Madam could be ideally positioned in the stalker’s seat; dangerous. Spun Copper was a winner at the 6 1/2-furlong distance two starts back; big-time player.
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SECOND: Hudson River Gal tallied solid final fraction when a hard-charging winner in last; repeats if able to escape AE list. Comet Sixty Two logged four tight works for first start since claimed; owns fast figures on best efforts. Jet Majesty is speedy and will prove very tough on a soft lead. Lady Paradime packs solid late kick on “A” game.
THIRD: Yakov is speedy and makes peak start of form cycle; aggressive ride is the key. One Sided drops and owns fast back numbers; dangerous. Glowing Ember should be aided by return to dirt; don’t ignore.
FOURTH: Rosa Dorata worked three times since non-threatening ninth in debut; big-time improvement predicted. Rare Rose drops and gets favorable cutback to sprint; very dangerous. You Promise was third behind a much-the-best winner in last; don’t ignore.
FIFTH: El Jefe Grande ships in from Maryland and was a fast-figured second on Big A sod last fall; call based on price. Uncle Dave pressed the pace and faded when favored in last; worth long look. St. Louie and Midnight Notes are last-race winners over the Aqueduct grass; both are right in the thick of this.
SIXTH: Dublin Girl tallied swift late-pace number when third in debut; more to come. Mazmania is speedy and bested top selection by a nose on Oct. 22; easily could take this. Luna Rising failed when favored in debut but could recoup losses for potent second-out stable.
SEVENTH: Magsamelia is riding a two-race winning streak and could play out as the controlling speed in bulky field. Paradise Farms Corp entry: Morethanawarning packs strong late wallop on best and mate Weather Girl is 2-for-2 on Big A sod; potent pairing. Bargaining Table owns five wins from seven starts on Aqueduct turf; must respect. Pussy Willow was a clear-cut winner over the course on Nov. 18; don’t ignore.
EIGHTH: Chorus Line kicked away to an 8-length victory in last after breaking maiden by 23 lengths in previous outing; onward and upward. Felini logged 11-length, front-end score to break maiden last time; speedy and very dangerous. Apologynotaccepted fired eye-catching half-mile bullet work on Tuesday; worth long look.
NINTH: Danny’s Rush was a tough-trip third in last; call in wide-open nightcap. There He Goes moves to grass for Danny Gargan after useful seventh in dirt-track debut; improvement expected. Calculated Risker tallied fast figure when a two-move fourth in first grass start; very interesting. Outrageous Bet’s speed gives him a puncher’s chance.