OffTrackBetting.com - The G1 14 Hands Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies will be run this Saturday, November 4 at Del Mar racetrack in Del Mar, California. A purse of $2 million will be on the line for two year old fillies who are willing to race 1 1/16 miles on Del Mar's dirt track.
A field of 13 will give it a go in the BC Juvenile Fillies - race 4 on Del Mar's impressive Breeders' Cup Saturday card. Post time is 3:00 PM. Here is a look into the past performances of all 13 entries for the first G1 stakes on Del Mar's Saturday schedule.
2017 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Field & Odds at Del Mar
Moonshine Memories 7-2
Simon Callaghan trained filly will race for the fourth time Saturday looking to remain undefeated. She won her first career start by one length here August 19 and followed that with a terrific eye-opening wire-to-wire win in the G1 Del Mar Debutante Stakes September 2. Last time out was another impressive win - the G1 Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita September 30 Moonshine Memories hasn't been touched so far and looks for a third straight G1 score Saturday from post 7.
Will race for the fourth time for trainer Chad Brown having posted two wins and a third-place finish so far. Last time out was a nice win in the G1 Frizette Stakes at Belmont Park October 8 after a third behind Lady Ivanka and Maya Malibu in the G1 Spinaway Stakes at Saratoga September 2 and an eye-opening 11 3/4 length maiden score with an 86 Beyer Speed Figure at Saratoga July 30. Separationofpowers has been training well and shoots for a second straight graded stakes score Saturday from the outside post 13.
Heavenly Love 9-2
Mark Casse trained filly has two wins and a second-place finish in her three career starts. She stepped into stakes company for the first time last time out and recorded a good win in the G1 Darley Alcibiades Stakes at Keeneland October 6 after an impressive five length maiden score at Kentucky Downs September 7 and a third in her debut at Gulfstream Park June 24. Heavenly Love has shown improvement so far, has been tearing it up in training, and tries to keep it going Saturday.
Alluring Star 6-1
Bob Baffert trained filly has two career starts. Her first was a good one - a 2 1/2 length maiden score here September 3 and her second was a respectable second behind Moonshine Memories in the G1 Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita September 30. Alluring Star has been a factor every time out and hopes to post a career-defining win Saturday from the rail.
Wonder Gadot 8-1
Highly regarded filly will hit the track for the fourth time for trainer Mark Casse having posted two wins and a second-place finish so far - all at Woodbine. Her first career start resulted in an Allowance score by four lengths, her second was an OK third in the G1 Natalma Stakes September 17 and her third was a breakthrough win in the G3 Mazarine Stakes October 7. Wonder Gadot has been competitive indeed and hopes to be again Saturday from post 11.
Princess Warrior 12-1
Will hit the track for the third time for trainer Kenneth McPeek having posted a win and a second-place finish so far. Her first start was a good maiden score with a 94 BRIS Speed Rating at Churchill Downs September 16 and her second was a runner-up finish behind Heavenly Love in the G1 Darley Alcibiades Stakes at Keeneland October 6. Princess Warrior has been good so far and hopes for a first stakes win Saturday from post 3.
Piedi Bianchi 15-1
Doug O'Neill trained filly has a win and two seconds and a third-place finish in her four career starts. She made her stakes debut September 2 and finished a decent second at 18-1 behind Moonshine Memories in the G1 Del Mar Debutante Stakes September 2 and followed that with a third last time out behind Moonshine Memories and Alluring Star in the G1 Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita September 30. Before that was a 1 1/4 length maiden score at Del Mar August 12 and a second in her debut at Los Alamitos July 6. Piedi Bianchi has been in the mix every time out and will be in search of her first stakes score Saturday from gate 8.
Caledonia Road 15-1
Ralph Nicks trained filly has two career starts - a maiden score at first asking at Saratoga September 3 and a second last time out behind Separationofpowers in the G1 Frizette Stakes at Belmont Park October 8. Caledonia Road has been decent so far in her career and hopes for a career-best result from gate 12.
Gio Game 15-1
Mark Casse trained filly has a win and a pair of runner-up finishes in three career starts. Her first two career starts were seconds in MSW races at Saratoga and her third was a victory in a MSW at Keeneland October 6. Gio Game steps up into stakes company for the first time having shown improvement so far from gate 4.
Maya Malibu 20-1
Graham Motion trained filly will race for the four time on Sunday having posted a nice win in her first career start by six lengths at Delaware Park August 5 and finishing a decent second two starts back in the G1 Spinaway Stakes at Saratoga September 2 and recording an OK third in the G1 Frizette Stakes last time out at Belmont Park October 8. Maya Malibu has been competitive so far and will look for a first stakes win Saturday from gate 10.
Blonde Bomber 20-1
Stanley Cold trained filly has five career starts and has placed in five - two wins, two seconds and a third-place finish - all at Gulfstream Park. She makes her graded stakes debut on a nice two-race win streak - the minor Our Dear Peggy Stakes September 30 and a MSW September 2. She posted a third and consecutive seconds in a trio of MSW races before that. Blonde Bomber steps up in pretty good form and hopes to make the most of her graded stakes bow from post 5.
Todd Pletcher trained filly has a win, a second and a third-place finish in her four career starts. She won her debut at Gulfstream Park May 29 and followed that with an OK third in the G3 Schuylerville Stakes at Saratoga July 21 and a fourth in the G2 Adirondack Stakes on that track August 12. Last time out was a respectable runner-up finish in the G3 Jessamine Stakes at Keeneland October 11. Stainless has some experience against top fields where she been OK and hopes for a first stakes score Saturday from gate 6.
Tell Your Mama 30-1
Robert Hess trained filly has two career starts with just one third-place finish to show for it. That third came last time out in a MSW at Keeneland October 13 after a fourth in her debut at Churchill Downs September 16. Tell Your Mama looks as though she will be in over her head and will be out to break her maiden Saturday from gate 2.
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