Daisycutter Handicap Well Covered with Harris Farms Connections

In the Friday feature at Del Mar three mares with Harris Farms connections try for the win in the $75,000 Daisycutter Handicap.

Long Hot Summer is by Street Boss, out of the Stormy Atlantic mare Hotlantic, was bred by Harris Farms & Donald Valpredo. She is owned by Fanticola or Scardino and is trained by Phil D’Amato. She is a stakes winner and has five wins in 15 starts, earnings of $349,134. She was third in this race last year.

Bad Ju Ju is by Desert Code, out of the Snow Ridge mare Ju Ju Baby, was foaled at Harris Farms for her breeders Lo Hi Racing Stable and Dick Barton. She is owned by Rockingham Ranch and trained by Peter Miller. She is a stakes winner and has seven wins in 18 starts, earnings of $309,731 and is making her first start since a fifth in the Jan. 21 Santa Monica.

Desert Steel is also by Desert Code, out of the Cozzene mare Lujien Lujien, was bred by Harris Farms, is owned by Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, Bamford or House and is trained by Simon Callaghan. She is stakes placed multiple times and has five wins in 19 starts, earnings of $342,264.