Returning from a nine month layoff that started after handling her state bred foes with ease in the Louise Kimball Stakes, Doublicious will be seeking to carry the legacy of her brother, stakes winner Same Day Pleasure. Facing older company for the first time, the Double Honor filly's main competition lies in the #1 Talent N Passion and the #8 La Condesa, both of whom are coming back after running second best efforts in their lasts at this level.
#1 Talent N Passion secures last year's leading rider Tammi Piermarini, who although off to a slow start has been picking up winners recently. The gate post will help immensely as will the evident class drop (coming out of a 16k claimer at Aqueduct).
#8 La Condesa has found a whole new range of talents coming to Suffolk this year, second in her last two after leading all the way to the stretch, she just ran two weeks ago.
#2 Indian Lark is the second longest shot on the board but has nonetheless secured the talent of leading rider Gary Wales, after finishing last at Pimlico just a few months ago. A closer, he could be the one to pick up the pieces.
$2 WPS coting $6 (#1 Talent N Passion)
$1 Superfecta costing $12 (#1, 2, 4 / 1, 2, 8 / 1, 4, 6, 8 / 1, 4, 6, 8)
$1 exactas costing $1 (#1 / 2, 8)