Street Band
Street Band upset the 2019 Grade 1 Cotillion Stakes at Parx Racing . Photo by Allison Janezic.

Parx Racing has a 10-race card on tap for this afternoon. Post time for the opener is 12:55p.m., and we’ve got Parx picks.

Carryovers: None

How’d we do last time at Parx?

Race 74-3-6-9Credible return to action last out for #4 Artistic Endeavor (9-2) on the Preakness undercard. Despite traffic troubles, he kept trying to the wire and could be poised to move forward today in his second try of the season and second with Lasix and blinks… #3 Know It Now (4-1) gives the grass a try for the first time. A winner of two straight on the main track, he’s a son of American Pharoah out of a graded stakes-placed Hard Spun mare… #6 Kidnapped (5-1) was third in the Laurel Futurity on the grass last fall and makes his second start of the season.. #9 Bouncing Around (7-2) enters with good main-track form and is a half to a turf winner…
Race 88-3-6-7Good try last out in her first in the Butch Reid barn for #8 Peyton Elizabeth (5-1). The Flatter filly led a long way before settling for second while clear of the rest. She’s never been worse than third in four local outings. With her good gate speed, she should be able to lead or attain a good stalking position… #3 Flight to Shanghai (7-2) ran a good one last out to be second in a Gulfstream Park allowance… When last seen, #6 Hybrid Eclipse (5-2) got throttled in the Weber City Miss at Pimlico. But back in allowance company, she can return to the form that netted her back-to-back wins prior. Jockey Kendrick Carmouche has a couple of mounts on the card, this likely being the one he came for as this miss is Belmont-based with Linda Rice…
Race 95-2-3-4Top choice #5 Did I Stutter (7-2) took a dozen tries to break her maiden but is sure making up for lost time now; the Alternation filly has won five straight while ascending the class ladder for trainer Lou Linder. Last time out she romped against allowance foes… #2 Miss Tap Dance (5-1) hasn’t been seen since running up the track in the March 2020 Beyond the Wire at Laurel Park, but she’d won two of three before that. She looks to have been training well towards her return here and, notably, attracts trainer Ness’s go-to rider, Ruben Silvera… #3 Decoupage (3-1) has won at this level and should appreciate getting back to a sprint distance; gives Ness a chance to run one-two…


1Silvera Ruben126
2Haddock Dexter116
3Laprida Jeremy87
4Pennington Frankie84
5Nunez Anthony Y83
Scores based on wins, win percentage, and wagering ROI for all jockeys with at least one winover the last 15 cards.


1Linder Jr Louis C148
2Ness Jamie127
3Wyner Harold127
4Flores-Coba Felix L116
5Dominguez Mario A112
Scores based on wins, win percentage, and wagering ROI for all trainers with at least one winover the last 15 cards.