$200,000 Carl G. Rose Classic (Race 12, 5:19 ET), Florida bred 3 & up, 1 1/8 mile
PP. Horse, Wgt., Jockey
1. Best of the Rest, 121, Eibar Coa
2. Dancing Guy, 114, Roger I. Velez
3. The Judge Sez Who, 115, Jerry D. Bailey
4. Tour of the Cat, 117, Abad Cabassa, Jr.
5. Longford Arms, 111, Gary BoulangerSmok'n Frolic Heads Elmer Heubeck Field
Dogwood Farm's 4-year-old filly Smok'n Frolic, a highly accomplished invader ridden by John Velazquez, must break from the far outside post in the field of 11 entered in the $200,000 Elmer Heubeck Distaff Handicap for fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles.A roan/gray daughter of Smoke Glacken, Smok'n Frolic is trained by Todd Pletcher and shows career earnings of $1.27 million.
$200,000 Elmer Huebeck Distaff Handicap (Race 11, 4:52), Florida bred fillies & mares, 3 & up, 1 1/16 mile
1. Secret Request, 112, Eddie Castro
2. Ms Brookski, 113, Paul R. Toscano
3. Redoubled Miss, 117, Manoel R. Cruz
4. Sierra Lady, 112, Carlos Alberto Hernandez
5. Gentille Alouette, 115, Roger I. Velez
6. Barbara O'Brien, 113, Eibar Coa
7. Scapade, 113, Julio A. Garcia
8. So Welcome, 112, Elvis Trujillo
9. Crimson and Roses, 112, Horacio Karamanos
10. Due to Win (FL), 113, Gary Boulanger
11. Smok'n Frolic, 122, John R. VelazquezClement Team to Beat in Bonnie Heath Turf Cup
Trainer Christophe Clement saddles a pair of veteran grass stakes performers in the $150,000 Bonnie Heath Turf Cup. Bailey takes the call on Robert Kaufman's Proud Man and Coa is named on JEB Racing's Sir Brian's Sword.Sir Brian's Sword was beaten a head in the Bonnie Heath last year, but may not be as heavily backed in the field of eight as Proud Man, whose recent form is better. Proud Man, a 5-year-old by Manlove, lost a nose decision last out in the Kelso Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. IIT) at Belmont in early October under Bailey.
$150,000 Bonnie Heath Turf Cup (Race 5, 2:10 p.m.), Florida bred 3 & up, 1 1/8 mile on turf
1. Sea Pleasure, 113, Eddie Castro
2. Orchard Park, 118, Manoel R. Cruz
3. Proud Man, 118, Jerry D. Bailey
4. Stower, 111, Horacio Karamanos
5. Military Man, 113, Phillip A. Teator
6. Music's Storm, 115, John R. Velazquez
7. Sir Brian's Sword, 116, Eibar Coa
8. Stormy Roman, 113, Manuel AguilarBuilt Up Among Top Choices in Jack Dudley Sprint
Raymond Susi's 5-year-old Built Up has been among the leading sprinters in Florida for the past two seasons and will be the one to beat in a wide-open field of eight 3-year-olds and entered for the $150,000 Jack Dudley Sprint at six furlongs.Trained by Enrique Alonso, the Homebuilder gelding finished third in this race last year and has piled up earnings of more than $500,000. Coa has the mount as Bailey takes the ride on Double S Stable and Ed Wachtel's Sing Me Back Home for trainer Allen Iwinski.
$150,000 Jack Dudley Sprint Handicap (Race 9, 3:58 p.m.), Florida breds 3 & up, 6 furlongs
1. Love That Moon, 118, Manoel R. Cruz
2. Handsome Smile, 112, Aurelio Toribio, Jr.
3. Model Home, 114, Luis E. Arango
4. Built Up, 119, Eibar Coa
5. Pick'em, 114, John R. Velazquez
6. Showmeitall, 113, Eddie Castro
7. Sing Me Back Home, 117, Jerry D. Bailey
8. Scrubs, 112, Horacio KaramanosUnbeaten Sir Oscar, Wynn Dot Comma Clash in Jack Price Juvenile
Oscar Novo's homebred Sir Oscar and Martin Cherry's Wynn Dot Comma, both undefeated, will meet for the first time in a highly-anticipated running of the $150,000 Jack Price Juvenile at seven furlongs.Sir Oscar is a colt by Halo's Image trained by veteran horseman Manny Azpurua and is five-for-five after capturing the $400,000 In Reality Division of the Florida Stallion Stakes to complete a series sweep. Regular rider Julio Garcia gets the return call.Developing with less attention over the summer was Wynn Dot Comma, undefeated in four starts, including the six-furlong Birdonthewire Stakes the same afternoon (Oct. 11) Sir Oscar won the In Reality.
$150,000 Jack Price Juvenile (Race 10, 4:25 p.m.), Flordia bred 2-year-olds, 7 furlongs
1. Ice Wynnd Fire, 115, John R. Velazquez
2. Hopefortheroses, 115, Phillip A. Teator
3. Stolen Time, 120, Gary Boulanger
4. Wynn Dot Comma, 117, Jerry D. Bailey
5. Sir Oscar, 120, Julio A. Garcia
6. Sir Louie, 115, Horacio Karamanos
7. Cheetah Speed, 113, Eibar Coa
8. Twice as Bad, 115, Manuel Aguilar
9. Misguided Left, 115, Manoel R. CruzChatter Chatter Odds-On in Joe O'Farrell Juvenile Fillies
Almost certainly the shortest priced favorite on the card will be John Franks' brilliant 2-year-old filly Chatter Chatter in the $150,000 Joe O'Farrell Juvenile Fillies at seven furlongs with Bailey aboard in a field of seven.A homebred daughter of Lost Soldier, Chatter Chatter has emerged as one of the most exciting 2-year-old prospects developed at Calder in recent years after capturing the $400,000 My Dear Girl Division of the FSS by 19 ½ lengths with Bailey aboard for the first time. Trained by Marty Wolfson, Chatter Chatter won her previous start by more than 23 lengths after finishing second in the Susan's Girl Division of the Florida Stallion Stakes won by French Village. Trainer Bill White had both fillies in his care early this summer, but Franks elected to move Chatter Chatter when French Village was undefeated at the time.
Joe O'Farrell Juvenile Fillies (Race 7, 3:04 p.m.), Florida bred 2-year-old fillies, 7 furlongs
1. Freedom's Forum, 114, Cecilio Penalba
2. Usual Manner, 114, Manoel R. Cruz
3. Potion, 114, Horacio Karamanos
4. You Are Stormy,