I don't think I've ever seen a worst collection of horses in a race there before.
I'm disappointed - for only 5 of the 12 have ever earned a 'zero' Beyer before.
When you start reaching places where none of the starters has ever earned a positive integer then you've seen the light.
As for thoughts, I'm quickly drawn to the rail horse. Pair of next-out winners (albeit slow ones) from his only prior race, and plenty of improvement potential for a lightly-raced runner who may go shooting for the lead in a spot without much early pace to it. Smart morning works since the debut run.
Barn is a robust 47-for-224 with the sprint-to-route move over the past 5 years. (46-for-173 when they're under 10-1)
Barn's last 10 sprint-to-route tries @ Gulfstream when under 10-1 = 3-4-1 results.
In many scenarios this horse would be a long bomb, but potentially not so much so in this field.
If you excuse the debut for the wet surface, then perhaps a main hurdle is the inside draw in this one-turn mile.