Season 32 Race Preview Classic Championship 2 YO Filly Final the world’s best virtual horse racing game on the internet proudly presents the Juvenile Filly Champ Classic Finals!

The big money classic finals are finally here! We have a dozen 2 YO fillies set to battle for 9F for the ultimate prize. The winner will get the lion’s share of 240,000Kc. It was a long journey for these 2 YOs to get the necessary points to make it into the big money finals. Amazing job by the connections to get to this point. Let’s take a look at the field.



Has been a “cold one” on the toteboard of late only finishing ITM in 2 of her last 7 runs against much softer foes. She did show some ability early on this season, but the declining form and speed figures make her hard to back in this race. Get’s the fence tonight, but needs others to falter.


Graduated at first-asking in maiden voyage against this group and looked impressive wiring them with journeyman jock Lopez aboard. She earned an impressive 98 speed figure for that race and didn’t seem to be asked yet for her best. She draws closer to the fence now and should be able to outrun her stablemate to the lead. Get’s stiffer test tonight, but could get brave again if left to her own devices.


Lightly raced juvenile stalwart has been amazing this season racking up 4 wins in just 5 tries this season and boasting a career 98 speed figure. She didn’t make the Sprint Final because of a lack of points, but handled conso foes with ease, stalking the pace in her last and kicking away in the late stages. Her lone classic try against this level was a superb wire-to-wire open length victory tripping the clock in 1:34.78 for 8 panels. She ventures a bit farther and will have more company in front if she chooses to run forwardly again. Strong win contender if she’s not hampered with early.


Was a smart private purchase for her new connections based on her early triumphs in the qualifiers. She’s been a little shaky coming into tonight’s finals since being ridden off the lead where she doesn’t have as strong of a closing kick as others. She still fits with this group, however, and 9 panels appears to be her best distance. She draws inside tonight, but she does have two foes to her inside that likely will go forward again probably denying her preferred running style. Her last out closing finish to get 4th was encouraging, but she’ll need to have a bit more to be on the board tonight.


Lightly raced juvenile has been dominate this season scoring in 3 of her 4 starts by open lengths. Most impressive was her two-back romp racing further off the pace than usual to stalk the early leaders, then tipping out in the late stages and powering home to win going away by 2 lengths. It was a nice professional effort from her and showed she’s not just a one trick pony upfront. Should be tough again if she can run back to that race.


Been on the podium in all but 3 races in 14 starts, she’s built quite the professional resume for her first season. The silver medalist in the G1 Fountain of Youth stakes she raises her game when on the biggest stage. While I like her hard-hat lunch pail type approach to each race, her speed figures aren’t as impressive as others and for that reason I’m thinking she’s going to be battling others for the minors.


Still a maiden after 5 runs, she’s shown some ability in each race having hit the board in all but one start. While she did finish 3rd to this group in the one of two qualifiers she raced in, it was a distant 3rd and she benefited from a stronger than usual pace. Unlikely to graduate against this field and may be asking a little too much at this stage of her career.


Narrowly beaten for top honors in last weekend’s Sprint Champ final, she made another strong run from mid-pack to just miss by a long neck. She’s strung together a few good ones of late and will have to go a lot further tonight to win her first championship. She does own a win against this level at 8F it was a short field of 4 and the speed figure wasn’t as strong as others have run this season. Will get a strong pace to run down and has the class to be a part of this late.


Was a smart investment for her new connections getting this juvenile runner in last weeks auction for a modest price tag. While she doesn’t have the flashy resume as others in this group have, she does have some ability having won 3 times in 9 starts. She’s only been able to manage a distant 4th with this level before and will need a bit of racing luck if she’s to equal that effort against a full field.


Has only been able to manage 4th against these foes in two tries this season. This looks to be her ideal distance having already won at 9F before. She’s a little bit light in the speed figure department and should have her hands full negotiating the outside trip.


Veteran conditioner Star of the Desert looks for his first Championship win with his high quality homebred filly. She’s been most impressive in the Champ route series this season, but has also scored against these going shorter. While that race came back slow on the number, she’s razor sharp right now and is as talented as these. Burky’s first championship might have to wait another week, but I think she’s more than able to hit the ticket with her best.


Has never missed the board in 7 starts, but is still eligible for the N2L condition. While picking up paychecks for her connections this season, she’s failed to make a real threat for win honors having finished well back in 2nd or 3rd in most of her races. She finally draws poorly tonight after drawing the rail in 4 straight. Seems to be a bit over matched at this distance.


Picks: 3, 5, 11