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Wide Open Del Mar 'Cap Lures Ten

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Four graduates of Hollywood Park's 1 1/2-mile Sunset Handicap are set to tackle the 71st running of the Del Mar Handicap at 1 3/8 miles on the Jimmy Durante Turf Course Sunday.

 

Riding in from the Sunset will be runner-up Champ Pegasus; third-place finisher Unusual Suspect; Dynamic Range, fourth, and Buenos Dias, fifth. Unusual Suspect, who finished second in Del Mar's Cougar II Handicap in his last start, is entered in Saturday's Pacific Classic -- Presented by TVG and trainer Barry Abrams will make a decision in the next day or so.

 

Here's the lineup from the rail, with weights and riders: Falcon Rock, 114, Alonso Quinonez; Sporting Art, 115, Mike Smith; Megastar, 115, Victor Espinoza; Soul Candy, 114, Corey Nakatani; Buenos Dias, 116, Brice Blanc; Dynamic Range, 114, Martin Garcia; Champ Pegasus, 114, Joel Rosario; Worth Repeating, 114, Rafael Bejarano; Red Eye Express, 115, Patrick Valenzuela, and Unusual Suspect, 118, Martin Pedroza. 

 

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