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2016 peter pan stakes preview entries and odds

The Grade 2 Peter Pan Stakes comes our way this Saturday, May 14 from Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. A purse of $200,000 will be on the line when a group of three year olds take to Belmont Park's dirt track and race 1 1/8 miles - a local prep for the Belmont Derby in June.

Eight three year olds have been confirmed for the Peter Pan Stakes - race 9 on Belmont Park's stacked Saturday card. Post time is 5:45 PM. Let's take a peek into the past performances of all eight entries for this competitive Grade 2 stakes.

2016 Peter Pan Stakes Race Preview at Belmont Park

Adventist - Leah Gyarmati trained colt makes his fifth career start (his first four were at Aqueduct) Saturday having posted a win at first asking - by an astounding 11 lengths as favorite December 19 and three straight third place finishes - last time out in the Grade 1 Wood Memorial April 9, in the Grade 3 Gotham Stakes March 5 and in the Grade 3 Withers Stakes January 30. Adventist has been competitive every time out and is expected to be again Saturday. Irad Ortiz has been tabbed to ride from post 3.

Unified - James Jerkens trained colt has just two career starts and two impressive wins. Last time out was a very nice win with an impressive 107 Beyer Speed Figure in the Grade 3 Bay Shore Stakes at Aqueduct April 9 over a pretty good field after a dominant win at first asking at Gulfstream in February - a race he posted a 100 Beyer Speed Figure. Unified looks to build on two terrific efforts and hopes to remain unbeaten from post 7 with Jose Ortiz aboard in Unified's longest race to date.

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Governor Malibu - has placed in all six career starts for trainer Christophe Clement - two wins, three seconds and a third place finish. Last time out was a second after being DQ's from first in the minor Federisco Tesio Stakes at Laurel Park April 9 after a good win in the minor Gander Stakes at Aqueduct in February and a maiden score in November. He has been in every race so far and hopes to make a statement in his step up in competition. Joel Rosario has been tabbed to ride from post 5.

Decorated Soldier - has two wins in three career starts for trainer Todd Pletcher and enters on the heels of a two race win streak - including the minor Northern Spur Stakes at Oaklawn Park April 16, a maiden score by 7 1/2 lengths in March. He had a fourth in his debut in August. Decorated Soldier has been very good in his last two starts and will be out to make some noise in his graded stakes debut - from gate 4 with John Velazquez in the reins from gate 4.

Wild About Deb - Phil D'Amato trained colt has just two career starts with a win and a second place finish. He steps into stakes company for the first time Saturday in decent form having posted a maiden win by six lengths last time out at Santa Anita April 9. Tim McCarthy will be in the saddle from gate 6 Saturday.

Lost Iron - Bill Mott trained colt has a win in three career starts. He finally broke maiden last time out at Aqueduct by two lengths at this distance April 1 after failing to place in his first two career starts. Lost Iron looks to build on a career best effort Saturday in his stakes debut. Junior Alvarado rides from gate 8.

Supah Czech - Michael Gorham trained colt has three career starts with a win and a third place finish - all at Laurel Park. He makes his stakes debut Saturday having finally broken maiden last time out April 2 which followed an ugly seventh March 18 and a third in his debut in February. Supah Czech looks for his second straight win Saturday and to shock the faves when he departs from the rail with Jose Lezcano in the irons.

Singleton - Nick Zito trained colt has yet to post a win in her four race career but does have a second and a third place finish. Last time out was a fourth at Keeneland in April after a second, a third and a sixth respectively to start her career. He arrives at his major step up in competition in so-so form and will have Manuel Franco guiding him from gate 2.

Barbara fritchie handicap 2016 at laurel park

ef="/racetracks/LRL/laurel_park.html" title="Laurel Park">Laurel Park in the great state of Maryland will play host to the Grade 2 Barbara Fritchie Handicap on Saturday, February 13. Fillies and mares four years old and upward will be featured when they take to Laurel Park's dirt track and race seven furlong for the winner's share of the $300,000 purse.

Seven older females will take to the track in the Barbara Fritchie - race 8 on Laurel Park's Saturday schedule. Post time is 3:43 PM. Let's take a peek into the past performances of all seven combatants for this Grade 2 stakes.

2016 Barbara Fritchie Handicap Race Preview

Hot City Girl - made her graded stakes debut July 27 and finished fifth in the Grade 1 Mother Goose Stakes for trainer Linda Rice. Before that was seven career starts with two wins and two second place finishes. She has found her groove lately and enters on the heels of a good second in the Grade 1 La Brea Stakes at Santa Anita December 26. That followed a three race win streak - the $100,000 minor Safely Kept Stakes by an impressive 8 1/4 lengths at Laurel Park November 13, an Allowance Optional Claiming at Belmont Park October 29 and a career defining score by 2 1/2 lengths in the Grade 3 Charles Town Oaks in September. Hot City Girl has been as Hot as they come and hopes to continue that trend from post 3 Saturday with Jose Ortiz in the irons.

Lady Sabelia - defending champion in this race, Robin Graham trained mare has an impressive 10 wins, three seconds and three third place finishes in 18 career starts. She enters on the heels of a two race win streak - the minor Willa On the Move Stakes by 1 3/4 lengths here December 5 and the minor Pumpkin Pie Stakes by 7 1/4 lengths in November. Before that was a second in the minor Skipat Stakes May 15, a disappointing sixth in the Grade 1 Madison Stakes April 4 and a four race win streak including last year's version of this race. Lady Sabelia has been as competitive every time out and shoots for her third straight stakes score and eighth win in 13 starts on this track - from post 5. Horacio Karamanos gets the call.

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Princess Violet - Michael Hushion trained mare finished second in this race last year and went on to a good win in the Grade 1 Madison Stakes at Keeneland in April and another second in the Grade 2 Ruffian Stakes at Belmont Park in May. She has been a tad disappointing in three starts since - a fourth last time out in the minor Interborough Stakes at Aqueduct January 9 followed a second in the minor Garland of Roses Stakes December 5 and a fifth in the Grade 1 Ogden Phipps Stakes in June. Princess Violet now has five wins and six seconds in 14 career starts and hopes to get back to the form she had a year ago. Trevor McCarthy rides from gate 4.

Dancing House - has placed in nine of 10 career starts for trainer Kiaran McLaughlin - four wins, two seconds and three third place finishes. Last time out was a runner-up finish behind the great La Verdad in the minor Interborough Stakes at Aqueduct January 9 which followed nine months away from the track and two straight Allowance Optional Claiming scores at this time last year. She had third place finishes in her other three career stakes tries including two graded stakes races in 2013. Dancing House looks for her first stakes score in her second start in 10 months when she leaves from gate 6 with Kendrick Carmouche guiding her.

Clothes Fall Off - has placed in eight of nine career starts for trainer Kiaran McLaughlin - three wins and five runner-up finishes. Last time out was an Allowance Optional Claiming score in track record time at Aqueduct January 14 after consecutive seconds - an Allowance Optional Claiming December 17 and the minor Fort Spring Stakes at Keeneland October 31 and an Allowance score October 4. She has just one graded stakes start - a seventh in the Grade 2 Prioress Stakes in September but heads into this week in very good form. Clothes Falls Off chases her first stakes win Saturday from gate 2 with Jevian Toledo aboard.

Wonder Gal - Leah Gyarmati trained filly has two wins, two seconds and five third place finishes in 11 career starts. Last time out was a third in the Ladies Handicap at Aqueduct January 10 after another third in the Grade 3 Comely Stakes November 28, a good win in the minor Empire Distaff Handicap in October, an uncharacteristic eighth in the Grade 1 Test Stakes and a second in the Grade 2 Mother Goose Stakes in June. She also had a third in the 2014 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies, a second in the 2014 Grade 1 Frizette Stakes and a third in the 2015 Grade 1 Acorn Stakes. Wonder Gal has been in there with some top field and has fared well. She looks for her first graded stakes score however - from the outside post 7 with Irad Ortiz in the reins.

Sweet On Smokey - Claudio Gonzalez trained filly has seven wins, four seconds and four third place finishes in 23 career starts and enters having placed in her last six starts overall. Last time out was a win in the minor What A Summer Stakes January 2 after an Allowance Optional Claiming score December 20, a second and a third respectively in a pair of Allowance Optional Claiming races and a Claiming score in October - all results on this track. She has one graded stakes start under her belt - a ninth in the Grade 3 Bourbonette Oaks last March but tries graded stakes company again in career-best form. Sweet On Smokey looks for her third straight win and leaves from the rail with Victor Carrasco in the saddle.