This special-weight for 2yos is deep, but if COOL BOBBY runs like he did first out it will take a good colt to beat him. ‘BOBBY rallied from slightly off the pace, missed by a neck and earned one of the year’s top figures for So Cal 2yos (88 Beyer). He worked well since, shortens from six and onehalf furlongs to six, and would be tough to beat if he runs two alike. First-time starters PITINO and KEYSTONE FIELD have shown ability in morning workouts. PITINO is a $950k Union Rags colt with fast drills. Trainer Doug O’Neill and jockey Victor Espinoza teamed this year with three firststart juveniles for owner Zedan Racing. Two won (Gracida, Saudi Chroma), another finished second (Tyfosha). KEYSTONE FIELD is a full brother to G2 winner Candy Boy, who was best around two turns. While a similar comment might apply to KEYSTONE FIELD, he debuts with a rock-solid work pattern. Look for him late. DESTINY AWAITS is a Curlin first-time starter from a stable that fires often with these. Trainer Bob Baffert is 11-for28 this year with 2yo firsters. Based on that stat alone, ‘AWAITS merits respect.