In the 6th, the G3 Beaugay (which now seems certain to be run on the turf on what is a spectacularly sunny day despite the dour forecasts), Gitchee Goomie (3-1) ships up from Gulfstream for trainer Richard Violette Jr. Last fall, this daughter of City Zip stepped up from entry-level state-bred company to the G1 Garden City for three-year old fillies on this course, and held for a close third at 21-1. She then confirmed that effort with a win in an open company overnight stakes. Love to see a filly like this return in the pink as this one did last month at GP; exploding through the stretch after a wide rally on the turn, and holding off Blue Angel, a sharp Euro import for Clement who had the benefit of a winning effort over the track a few weeks earlier. The result chart says that Gitchee Goomie was "all out" at the end, but what race was this guy watching? You really gotta see these races for yourself sometimes. Garcia had put the whip away, and just flashed it out to give his filly a look and a reminder as they approached the wire. Alex Solis rides today. Maram (8-5), the 2008 Juvie Fillies Turf winner, last ran in August at Saratoga, and seeks her first graded stakes win since the Miss Grillo in her two-year old year. Always fires fresh, and is the obvious horse to beat. But will be bet amply for Chad Brown (28% with 180+ returnees); no value here. Best of luck and have a great day.