Las Vegas, NV - The Grade 3 Prevue Stakes is on tap for this Thursday, November 22 from Betfair Hollywood Park. Some of the best two year olds in the land will go seven furlongs on Hollywood Park's all weather track as they chase their portion of the $100,000 purse.
The Prevue has drawn a very small field of five for race 1 on Hollywood Park's Thursday Schedule - four of which are Bob Baffert pupils, a five-time winner of this race! Post time is 11:00 AM. Here is a brief glimpse into the past performances of all five combatants ahead of this holiday Thursday Grade 3 race.
2012 Hollywood Prevue Stakes Race Favorites
Super Ninety Nine - Bob Baffert trained colt was very impressive in her one and only career race - a Maiden Special Weight score October 7. She was supposed to run the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Sprint and good things were expected but she was scratched prior to that outing. He is Baffert's best in this race and will hope to repeat for his trainer in the Prevue.
Shakin It Up - Another Bob Baffert pupil has a win and a second in her two Maiden Special Weight races in his career - the win coming by an impressive 4 1/2 lengths October 27 at Santa Anita after a second to Super Ninety Nine in his debut.
Hollywood Prevue Stakes 2012 | Remaining Field Entries
Heir Kitty - Peter Miller trained filly will be looking to become the first female to win this race. She was very impressive in her debut, finished second in the Grade 2 Best Pal Stakes on August 5 but fell of a tad last time out finishing fifth in the Grade 1 Del Mar Debutante behind Executiveprivilege and Beholder - the top 2 finishers at the Breeders' Cup Juvenile.
Hollywood Prevue Stakes betting at Hollywood Park with OffTrackBetting.com
Z Big Apple - has just one career start but that was an impressive win at Santa Anita October 20 by 3 3/4 lengths as 6-5 favorite. Z Big Apple is an interesting entry - nobody would be shocked to see him prevail.
Really Mr Greely - finished fourth in the race that Z Big Apple win October 20 but bounced back last time out with a win in a Maiden Claiming at Santa Anita November 4 for trainer Bob Baffert.