Timeform's US team pick out three bets from Aqueduct on Friday.
"He should have too much class for this field."
Global Positioning - Aqueduct 18:20
With some trainers a big drop in claiming level can be construed as a negative, but when trainer David Jacobson uses this move that is rarely the case. Global Positioning finished third in a $35k claimer last time, and now takes a big drop in grade. He should have too much class for this field.
Dia de Encanta - Aqueduct 19:59
Dia de Encanta has only made one of her five career starts on the main track, but that was a solid effort when third in a similar to grade to today's contest. Addibel Lightning drops from maiden special weight to maiden claiming level, and is sure to be popular, but the value play looks to be Dia de Encanta
Our Whim - Aqueduct 21:05
With a fast pace on the cards in this claimer, it may be worth forgiving Our Whim's last effort when finishing a disappointing last of six. Dropping in class here, and with several front runners to target, the lightly-raced Our Whim could well get back on track.
Timeform US SmartPlays
(All at Aqueduct)
Back #1 GLOBAL POSITIONING in R1 (18:20 BST)
Back #4 DIA DE ENCANTA in R4 (19:59 BST)
Back #1 OUR WHIM in R6 (21:05 BST)