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Dennis Miller's racing picks for July 3

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Here are the picks for today's start of horse racing at the Alameda County Fair for Thursday, July 3.

1. Love That Dream...Trainer having solid meet. Lucas Czech...Another from strong barn. Amber Bock...Has hit the board.

2. Asuddengift Mhf...Third here first week. Perfect Sense...Jock switch will help. My Kaliber...Could be a force if ready.

3. Josephine's Moment...Love the works and form. Two Pump...Could come out and fire fresh. Whodoo Pirate...Deserves a strong look.

4. Crestatorre...Just beat similar here first week. Lookout Scout...Jochchange may put over top. Beertalk...Ran well here as longshot.

5. Germany Bay...Just think too much for these. Deception Free...Bullets in the holster. Valid Sale...Can't leave out of the mix.

6. Amber Moon...A lot to like about last start. My Lady's Holiday...Could shake loose out front. Chimichanga...May be pushing the pace.

7. Handfull...The one to beat. No Tricks for Jack...Drew off first week here. Top Tizzy...The other Hollendorfer horse.

8. Tough Toy...Graduation Day. Tavern Law...Gets Baze, has chance. Highly Cynical...Does like to hit board.

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