Say Florida Sandy Heads Philadelphia 'Cap

John Rotella's 6-year-old New York-bred Say Florida Sandy heads a field of 11 older sprinters entered in Saturday's $200,000 Philadelphia Park Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. III). The six-furlong race also features highweight and morning-line favorite Just Call Me Carl and Buckram Oaks Farm's Silver Season.

The field for the Philadelphia Breeders' Cup Handicap -- with jockeys, weights, and morning-line odds -- will consist of:

1--Salty Glance, Marlon St. Julien, 115, 12-1
2--Iron Punch, Carlos Cruz, 114, 10-1
3--Sweep Well, Stewart Elliott, 113, 12-1
4--Loaded Gun, Jose Flores, 115, 12-1
5--Dancin Rahy, no rider named, 113, 15-1
6--Silver Chadra, Roberto Alvarado Jr., 114, 12-1
7--My Problem, Travis Dunkelberger, 113, 12-1
8--Say Florida Sandy, Charles Lopez, 117, 7-2
9--Just Call Me Carl, no rider named, 118, 5-2
10--Silver Season, Eibar Coa, 117, 9-2
11--Sun Bull, Eddie Martin Jr., 114, 8-1

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