Here's a brave selection - Justify. I'm not concerned about his regression in the Preakness given how that race was run and that he did all the hard work. Three weeks off is going to seem like a vacation to him. Unless they tag team him like they did with Smarty Jones, I think he leads them by open lengths all the way around. As a conspiracy theorist, what if Pletcher sends Noble Indy with him as a rabbit to try to set it up for Vino Rosso? Repole Stable has an interest in both. Like Hofburg to complete the chalk exacta. That said, here comes Commendable...
Other than that, some very interesting races:
3rd race (Ogden Phipps): Liking Unbridled Mo to pull a mild upset over Abel Tasman although if the latter throws her best race it is over.
7th race (Woody Stephens): Thinking, hoping that Promises Fulfilled will run a big one at 12-1 ML. Easy to toss the last two and 5 weeks off will help. Has the speed to stay close and pounce.
9th race (Metropolitan): Love Bee Jersey although I don't think we'll see 5-1. Wondering what Good Samaritan is doing in here. Mott has been hitting with some fairly high prices lately but this horse has not run a one-turn race in at least two years and a mile does not seem up his alley. The old "logic of the illogic".
Otherwise, like everyone else, I'm all over Chad Brown's horses on the turf though I may try to beat a couple.