INGLEWOOD’ Calif. (AP) /Trainer John ShirreffsNereid as well as Jeff Bonde’s Cambina ended in a dead-heat tie meant for victory in the Grade 1, $250,000 American Oaks lying on Saturday at Hollywood commons.Ridden by Joe Talamo in addition to making her stakes first appearance, Nereid went straight to the show the way in the turf lengthy for 3-year-old fillies and held on keen on the stretch, but Cambina in addition to jockey Martin Garcia fixed her at the wire and compulsory the draw in a wild finish with less than a length unscrambling the primary five finishers.‘She be able to do anything,” Talamo said of Nereid. “She didn’t even start organization today until she got toward the sixteenth pole. When she felt them approaching, she really kicked on. She’s got a incredibly, very bright expectations.’It was the opening dead heat in a Hollywood Park stakes since 2002, and the original in a Grade 1 at the way since 1990.Star Billing was a cranium back in third, extensive shot Entrustment was a new head back in fourth in addition to Bizzy Caroline was a half-length at the rear her in fifth after stalking Nereid within second for most of the competition.Nereid covered 1¼ miles in 2:01.46 in addition to paid $5.40, $5 and $3.20. Cambina, who took her third stakes excluding earned her first Grade 1 win through the dead-heat finish, remunerated $4.60, $3.80 and $2.80. Star Billing rewarded $3.40 to show.Later inside the $200,000 A Gleam Handicap, Garcia led teacher Bob Baffert‘s mare Irish Gypsy to a gate-to-wire succeed in another stretched finish, holding on to win via a slight nose as much loved Ultra Blend rallied from ninth in addition to last but came up just petite.through the win, Irish Gypsy, owned via frequent Baffert partner Mike Pegram, earned a spot during the Breeders’ Cup Filly as well as Mare Turf during November at Churchill Downs.She covered seven furlongs on the main pathway in 1:22.44 and compensated $12, $5.60 and $3.60. Ultra Blend paid $4.80 and $2.80. Tanda compensated $3.80 to show.And earlier within the Landaluce Stakes designed for 2-year-old females, Killer Graces by Talamo in the saddle rallied designed for a half-length victory over extensive shot early leader Mighty Caroline, organization six furlongs in 1:11.23 and paying $6.60, $4.20 as well as $3. Mighty Caroline paid $13 in addition to $5.60. Stayclassysandiego was a muzzle reverse in third and returned $4.40.The beloved, Woebegon, was for a split second second but faded toward fourth.