Best Value: ANDREW’S GOT ZIP (7)

FIRST: Dreamsdocometrue tallied solid final fraction when a clear-cut winner in last; more to come. Here Sir owns speed and will prove very tough on an unchallenged lead. Jrock ships in for top-shelf Kentucky-based barn; more than good enough on ‘A’ game.

SECOND: Indian Soldier has trained strongly since speed and fade in turf debut; improvement predicted. Unstoppable outworked 91 rivals last week; could be the goods. Jet Black compiled sneaky-good work tab; follow the money.

THIRD: Eighty Three notched swift late pace and final numbers when winning last; pairs up. Reverend Green could play out as the speed of the speed. Fortuitous Path consistently logs solid numbers; big-time player.

FOURTH: Black Doblin gets Lasix and fired 5-furlong bullet since flashing early foot in debut; timid call in race that’s loaded with newcomers. Biography is training with a purpose for first start for Mike Hushion; very dangerous. Time Will Tell is another firster that working strongly; stay tuned to the tote.

FIFTH: Wild Zambezi is light on final figs but fired eye-catching 5-furlong work for first start in seven weeks; call based on price potential. Sioux is speedy and owns swift numbers; logical, short-priced player. Changewilldoyagood has never been off the board in three starts on the inner track; must consider.

SIXTH: Wild Impulse regressed in last after fast-figured fourth in prior; rebounds. Hot Squad turns back to 6 furlongs and should pack enhanced late wallop. Malibu Action was an ultra-game second in debut; takes backward step today?

SEVENTH: Andrew’s Got Zip notched improved internal numbers in last and could be sitting on breakthrough effort at generous ticket. Frisky Magician adds blinkers and might play out as the speed of the speed. Thnxtomyuncle could be in the garden spot if pace meltdown ensues.

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EIGHTH: Mylute failed to deliver at 75 cents on the dollar last time but owns solid back numbers and should offer better price. Kid Cruz owns fast figs but has finished second in last four starts; continues trend? Tommy Macho tallied career-best number when winning Discovery Handicap last time; must consider.

NINTH: Fly Ash is lightly raced, drops and adds blinkers; needs scratches to get in. D’bunnyphone owns sprinter’s speed and could capitalize on soft lead. Hollaback makes first start with maiden-claiming tag and could be aided by longer trip. Sheyn Vi Di Levone makes dirt debut; wake-up potential.