Friday's Racing Insights: Babies Take to the Turf at Del Mar

War Front | Claiborne photo


7th-DMR, $55K, Msw, 2yo, f, 5 1/2fT, post time: 8:09 p.m ET
PIZZAZZ (War Front) is the latest to make the races from A Little Bit Sassy (More Than Ready), who carried the silks of this filly's breeder Ramona Bass to a victory over future GISW Istanford (Istan) in the 2014 Edgewood S. and a pair of graded placings, including that year's GII Lake George S. Second dam Miss A. Bomb (Lemon Drop Kid) was a debut winner at Turfway before notching a pair of black-type events on synthetic tracks and a stakes-placing while turf sprinting. Miss Costa Rica (Hit It a Bomb), whose sire has been responsible for GII Best Pal S. winner Weston during the current meet, cost $200K as an OBS March breezer after covering an eighth of a mile in :10 1/5. A half to GSW Gas Station Sushi (Into Mischief), the bay was also a $95K Keeneland September acquisition. She'll need a scratch to draw in, but Freedom Flyer (Constitution#tot">Constitution) is a threat if she does. The March foal was her sire's second most-expensive of 29 2-year-olds in training sold this year, hammering for $450K after drilling a quarter-mile in :20 4/5 at the OBS Spring sale. TJCIS PPs

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