Gervinho, winner of the first division of the Oceanside Stake on
opening day of the meeting, and Eastern shipper Infinite Magic were the
morning line choices for oddsmaker Russ Hudak for the divisions of the
$250,000 Grade II Del Mar Derby on Sunday.
The first division, which goes as the sixth on an 11-race card, from the rail out is:
Say Ow (Saul Arias, 20-1), Si Sage (Edwin Maldonado, 20-1), Outside
Nashville (Alonso Quinonez, 15-1), Rising Legend (Julien Leparoux, 9-2),
Procurement (Gary Stevens, 5-1), Pure Loyalty (Corey Nakatani, 8-1),
Gabriel Charles (Mike Smith, 7-2), Gervinho (Rafael Bejarano, 3-1),
Redwood Kitten (Victor Espinoza, 12-1), Chief Havoc (Garrett Gomez,
5-1). Also eligibles: Tom’s Tribute (David Flores, 10-1), Layton
Register (Corey Nakatani, 20-1).
The second division, which goes as the ninth race, from the rail out
is: Ethnic Dance (Edwin Maldonado, 12-1), Play It Loud (Gary Stevens,
6-1), Infinite Magic (Joe Talamo, 7-2), Den’s Legacy (Corey Nakatani,
6-1), General Election (Julien Leparoux, 8-1), Olympic Blue (Agapito
Delgadillo, 15-1), Dry Summer (Mike Smith, 8-1), Kid Dreams (Victor
Espinoza, 8-1), Dice Flavor (Garrett Gomez, 9-2), Dorsett (Rafael
Bejarano, 6-1). Also eligibles: Examen (Gary Stevens, 15-1), No Jet Lag
(Corey Nakatani, 5-1).
Ten Entered For Yellow Ribbon
A field of 10 was entered Friday for the $150,000 Grade II Yellow
Ribbon Handicap on Monday, September 2. The horses entered for the 1
1/16 mile run on the Jimmy Durante Turf Course are: Halo Dolly, Closing
Range, My Gigi, Quiet Oasis, A Jealous Woman, Customer Base, In The
Stars, Appealing, Egg Drop and Royal Empress.