Dennis Miller's racing picks for Oak Tree horse racing today at Alameda County Fair

Oak Tree horse racing today at Alameda County Fair

Here are the picks for the horse races at the Alameda County Fair today, June 26.

1. Perfecta…Finished strong last week here Bizmo…Scored big upset win last week. Image of Tomahawk…Loves to run second/third.

2. Letithappen…Appears to be better of two Bonde horses Tribal Zen…Trainers brings them ready.

Spanish Sunset…Been working hard over track.

3. Monstro Ness…Winning shipping formula. Romancemediscretly…Might get the easy lead. Jalapenobusiness…Should be pushing the pace.

4. Line Leader…Should set the pace. Toomuchisnotenough…Should sit right off the pace.

Distinctive Yolie…Will find pace to liking.

5. Crystalize…Might be the one to beat. Bella Angelina…Figures to be tough here. Forbidden City…Hard to read, could be tough.

6. Declared Innocents…Jock lost whip during last start. Down the Fairway…Should be charging late.

Tanned Mistress…Will set the pace.

7. Blu Jon…A lot to like here. Jakob's Magic…Real solid entry. See Zo Go…Been solid vs. similar.

8. Makoo…Should appreciate the distance. Whyugottabesomean…Has to be the one to beat. Panshir…Has the speed to contend.

9. Saint Prado…Former stakes winner returns. Come Away Home…Will have speed to run at Pecos Bud…Should be very comfortable.

10. Feisty's Cause…If the track is fast, look out. Tony Tequila…Should be right there. Mira Este…Should be a threat.


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