The 10TH Race at Hoosier Park on Wednesday is a non-winners of two pacing event at one-mile for fillies and mares. A field of 10 will vie in the $6,500 affair, which is among the best betting races on the card.

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J-S PERFECT CACHE (#4) (9-2) has been saddled with the demanding nine starting position in two straight and will relish a more sensible beginning slot in this affair. The potential horse to beat paced a 1:54 ⅗ mile here in August when going to the front and never looking back, and the bay filly might try the same tactics in this spot. The Jack Myers trainee has been facing a bit better as of late and we think she will shine on this occasion with Alex Udell in the bike.

BROOKLETSFOOLSLUCK (#2) (20-1) broke stride early last time out, but the four-year-old had shown steady improvement in 2019 and looks like a big underlay in this cast. Trained by Gary Wilcox, the Personal Power lass gets a nice draw after being parked wide most recently and improvement is expected for sure in this wide-open test. The Indiana-bred will have Dale Hiteman in the sulky, and the price looks inviting.

TIMELESS VIRGIN (#7) (5-1) lit up the tote board when upsetting similar last time out at whopping 57-1 odds. And what made it all the more surprising and impressive, was that the Always A Virgin sophomore traveled the longest mile while outside for the duration of the race. Trained by driven by Freeman Miller, the three-year-old miss will be tough to deny if she proves that her latest venture was not a fluke.

MISS QUALITY (#8) (7-2) has finished in the money on 12 of 16 occasions in 2019 and is an obvious exotics contender in the cast at the very least. The Walter Haynes, Jr. charge owns a pair of thirds as well as a second-place finish in her last three assignments, for a conditioner who boasts a 13% win rate overall. By Western Quality, the three-year-old has consistency in a field that lacks that trait. Joey Putnam will be in the controls atop the logical contender.

J-S PERFECT CACHE (#4) (9-2) has been saddled with the demanding nine starting position in two straight and will relish a more sensible beginning slot in this affair. Arguably the horse to beat, she paced a 1:54 ⅗ mile here in August when going to the front and never looking back, and the bay filly might try the same tactics in this spot. The Jack Myers trainee has been facing a bit better as of late and we think she will shine on this occasion with Alex Udell in the bike.

BROOKLETSFOOLSLUCK (#2) (20-1) broke stride early last time out, but the four-year-old had shown steady improvement in 2019 and looks like a big underlay in this cast. Trained by Gary Wilcox, the daughter of Personal Power gets a nice draw after being parked wide most recently and improvement expected in this wide-open test. The morning line odds are inviting and the Indiana-bred will have Dale Hiteman in the sulky.

TIMELESS VIRGIN (#7) (5-1) lit up the tote board when upsetting similar last time out at whopping 57-1 odds. To make it all the more surprising and impressive, the Always A Virgin sophomore traveled the longest mile while outside for the duration of the race. Trained by driven by Freeman Miller, the three-year-old miss will be tough to deny if her latest venture was not a fluke.

MISS QUALITY (#8) (7-2) has finished in the money on 12-of-16 occasions in 2019 and must be considered an obvious exotics player at the very least. She owns a pair of thirds as well as a second-place finish in her last three assignments for Walter Haynes Jr., a conditioner who boasts a 13% win rate overall. By Western Quality, Miss Quality has consistency in a field lacking the trait, and Joey Putnam will be in the controls atop the logical contender.

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