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The Grade 3 Poker Stakes comes our way this Saturday, June 18 from Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. Horses four years old and upward will be featured when they take to Belmont Park's turf track and race one mile for the winner's share of the $300,000 purse.

A solid field of six have been confirmed for the Poker Stakes - race 4 on Belmont Park's Saturday schedule. Post time is 3:04 PM. Here is a peek into the past performances of all six combatants for this Grade 3 stakes.

2016 Poker Stakes Race Preview at Belmont Park

Obviously 9-5 - multiple Grade 1 winner, Irish bred gelding enters this week on the heels of good runner-up finishes - the Grade 2 Arcadia Stakes last time out at Santa Anita February 13 and as favorite with a 104 Beyer Speed Figure in the Grade 2 San Gabriel Stakes on that track January 2. Before that was a ninth in the Breeders' Cup Mile, an OK third in the Grade 1 Woodbine Mile September 13 and 10 months away. Before the layoff was a fifth in the 2014 Breeders' Cup Mile, a fourth in the Grade 2 Del Mar Handicap in August, 2014 and two straight graded stakes scores - the Grade 1 Shoemaker Mile in June, 2014 and the Grade 3 American Stakes in May of that year - he won both of those races two straight years. Obviously now has 26 career starts with 11 wins, six seconds and three third place finishes and will look for his first win in 24 months. He has placed in three of his last four starts overall since his return to the track against some top older competition as well and should be in the mix Saturday. Jose Lezcano has been tabbed to ride the morning line favorite from post 3.

Grand Arch 7-2 - finished eleventh in the 2013 Breeders' Cup Mile and was third behind Tepin in the 2015 edition of the BC Mile. He has just one start since that race which resulted in a third in the Grade 2 Dixie Stakes at Pimlico May 21. Grand Arch posted a win in the Grade 1 Shadwell Turf Mile October 3 and in the Grade 2 Fourstardave Handicap in August but hasn't been afraid to deliver a dud in there as well. That said Grand Arch now has seven wins, six seconds and eight third place finishes in 25 career starts, has placed in four straight races ahead of this week and is certainly in decent form for this race. Luis Saez will be in the saddle of the second betting choice from the rail Saturday hoping to keep the streak going.

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Takeover Target 4-1 - Chad Brown trained colt makes his twelfth career start Saturday having recorded five wins and two second place finishes so far. He made his graded stakes debut last July and finished a somewhat disappointing fifth in the Grade 1 Belmont Stakes Invitational and followed that with a good win in the Grade 2 National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame Stakes in August, a sixth in the Grade 3 Saranac Stakes in September, a nice 1 3/4 length win in the Grade 3 Hill Prince Stakes at Belmont Park October 3 and a troubled fifth in the Grade 2 Ft. Lauderdale Stakes January 9. Takeover Target produced a career best win last time out in the Grade 2 Dixie Stakes at Pimlico May 21 after a second in the minor Danger's Hour Stakes at Aqueduct April 10 and a fourth in the Grade 1 Gulfstream Park Turf in February. He has been a tad inconsistent but has produced three wins and a runner-up finish in five starts on this track. He looks for his second straight graded stakes win Saturday on his favorite course and leaves from the outside post 6 with Joel Rosario in the irons.

Force the Pass 5-1 - has four wins, two seconds and three third place finishes in nine career starts for trainer Alan Goldberg and enters off three straight third place finishes - the Grade 3 Appleton Stakes last time out April 2, the Grade 2 Commonwealth Derby in September and the Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes in August. Before that were good wins in the Grade 1 Belmont Derby Invitational in July and in his graded stakes debut - the $500,000 Grade 3 Penn Mile May 30. Force the Pass has been a factor in every race he's entered so far and should be again Saturday from gate 2 with Jose Ortiz in the reins.

Offering Plan 6-1 - Chad Brown trained colt finished thirteenth in the 2014 Breeders' Cup Juvenile and was out of racing for nine months. He returned August 9 and won an Allowance score and followed that with a fifth in the minor Better Talk Now Stakes August 31 and a nice win in the minor English Channel Stakes on this track October 25. Offering Plan enters off an Allowance Optional Claiming score here May 15 which followed a fifth in the Grade 1 Hollywood Derby November 28. He chases his first stakes score Saturday from gate 4 with Javier Castellano guiding him.

King Kreesa 10-1 - eight time stakes winner and defending champion in this race (he also won the Poker in 2013) had a two race win streak this past summer - the minor Forbidden Apple Stakes July 11 and the 2015 Poker Stakes which followed a pair of thirds and a disappointing sixth in minor stakes action to start his year. He has been just OK recently - a second last time out in the minor Kingston Stakes here May 30 followed a fourth in the minor Elusive Quality Stakes on this track April 30, a second in the minor West Point Stakes August 28 and a fourth in the Grade 2 Foustardave Handicap August 15. King Kreesa looked terrific at this time last year but has placed in just one of his last three starts overall. He chases his first win in a year Saturday from post 5 with Irad Ortiz guiding him.

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2016 seandntilde;orita stakes preview entries and odds


The Grade 3 Señorita Stakes is on tap for this Saturday, May 7 from Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California. Three year old fillies will be featured when they take to Santa Anita's turf track and race one mile for the winner's share of the $100,000 purse.

A wide open field of nine will give it a go in the Señorita Stakes - race 9 on Santa Anita' Saturday card. Post time is 4:30 PM. Here is a peek into the past performances of all nine combatants for this Grade 3 stakes.

2016 Señorita Stakes Race Preview at Santa Anita Park

Decked Out 5-2 - Keith Desormeaux trained filly has two wins, a second and three third place finishes in 10 career starts. She enters of a career best effort - a 2 3/4 length win after racing in last in the Grade 3 Providencia Stakes here April 9. Before that was a fifth in the minor China Doll Stakes and consecutive thirds including the minor Sweet Life Stakes here February 14. Decked out had four graded stakes starts earlier in her career - a seventh in the Grade 2 Santa Ynez Stakes in January, a fifth in the Grade 2 Pocahontas Stakes in September, a fourth in the Grade 2 Adirondack Stakes in August and a third in the Grade 3 Schuylerville Stakes in July. She is the most experienced entry in the field and off a career-defining win has to be in the conversation this week. Edwin Maldonado has been tabbed to ride from post 3.

Swift Lady 3-1 - has three wins and a second place finish in four career starts for trainer Bob Baffert and enters on a three race win streak - ahead of Decked Out in the minor Sweet Life Stakes by 2 1/4 lengths here February 14, an Allowance Optional Claiming on this track January 15 and a maiden score at Los Alamitos in December. She makes her graded stakes debut Saturday in fine form and looks to keep an impressive roll going from gate 6. Rafael Bejarano has the mount.

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Stays in Vegas 7-2 - has four wins and a second place finish in six career starts for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer - all of the wins coming in minor stakes races. Last time out was a close second in the Grade 1 Starlet Stakes at Los Alamitos December 12. That followed a win in the Pike Place Dancer Stakes at Golden Gate November 1, a victory in the Surer Girl Stakes at Santa Anita October 10 (both of those wins coming on turf), a fifth behind Songbird and Pretty N Cool in the Grade 1 Del Mar Debutante in September and wins in the Wine Country Debutante in August and the Juan Gonzalez Memorial at first asking in July. Stays in Vegas hopes for her first graded stakes score Saturday on her seventh different track so far and is 2-for-2 at this distance on turf. Alex Solis has been tabbed with accomplishing that goal from the outside post 9.

Be Mine 7-2 - has two career starts for trainer Phil D'Amato and two wins. She makes her stakes debut Saturday off a Starter Allowance score on this track April 1 after a Maiden Claiming win at Tampa Bay in her debut. Be Mine hasn't been touched so far and hopes to maintain that trend in her huge step up in competition. Tyler Baze will try to make it 3-for-3 when Be Mile leaves from post 7.

Mirage 12-1 - Irish bred Simon Callahan trained filly has eight career starts with three wins and a third place finish. She finished eighth in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf and went on to a fourth in the Grade 3 Jimmy Durante Stakes in November and a sixth in the minor Blue Norther Stakes here in December. Mirage won her next two starts, the best of which was the minor China Doll Stakes on this track March 12 but most recently fell back with a sixth place finish in the Grade 3 Providencia Stakes here April 9. She has been a tad up and down but has shown form in the past. Alonso Quinonez will be in the saddle from gate 2.

Sheeza Milky Way 12-1 - Peter Eurton trained filly has two wins, a second and a third place finish in nine career starts. She enters off a fourth in the Grade 3 Providencia Stakes here April 9 after an Allowance Optional Claiming score on this track March 18 and a second in a similar race also here in February. Her other graded stakes races resulted in a fifth in the Grade 3 Jimmy Durante Stakes in November and a seventh in the Grade 1 Chandelier Stakes in September. Sheeza Milky Way has been OK but will be after a huge breakthrough effort from post 5 Saturday. Santiago Gonzalez gets the call.

Four Watch 12-1 - has two career starts for trainer Carla Gaines with a win and a third place finish. She makes her stakes debut Saturday off a third place finish in an Allowance Optional Claiming March 18 and a maiden score at first asking February 6 - both results on this track. Four Watch takes an enormous step up in competition from the rail with Joe Talamo in the irons.

Kiss N Scat 15-1 - Jerry Hollendorfer trained filly won the minor California Oaks at Golden Gate in February but has struggled in two starts since. Last time out was an eighth in the Grade 3 Providencia Stakes here April 9 which followed a ninth in the minor China Doll Stakes on this track March 12. Kiss N Scat now has three wins and a second place finish in seven career starts and will be out to end an ugly two race losing streak from gate 4. Martin Garcia rides.

Compel 20-1 - French bred Richard Baltas trained filly had two wins and a second place finish at home including a win in her last start in Britain October 20. She has three starts in North America - sixth place finishes in Allowance Optional Claiming races in her first two were followed by a Claiming score last time out - April 1 on this track. Compel hadn't looked great before last time out and shoots for her first stakes score from gate 8 Saturday. Brice Blanc rides.

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