Switched out to the two path leaving the chute soon after the start, Jaywalk tracked in second behind pace-setting Cookie Dough through fractions of :24.21, :47.41, and 1:12, but when called on for run at the quarter pole came up empty.
Cookie Dough, a 13-1 chance, opened up slightly in mid-stretch but was ultimately worn down by outsider Jeltrin, who had began her career in maiden claimers and had entered the Davona Dale off two fourth-place efforts. The winning margin was a head.
Owned by ADR Racing Stable and trained by Alexis Delgado, Jeltrin paid $105 after completing one mile in 1:36.83 over a fast track under Luis Saez. Champagne Anyone, 4 1/2 lengths behind Cookie Dough rallied for third, while Jaywalk retreated to fourth.
As part of the Road to the Kentucky Oaks series, the top four finishers earned Oaks qualifying points of 50-20-10-5. Jeltrin's victory virtually assures her a position in the Kentucky Oaks starting gate on May 3.
Second for a $30,000 tag in her debut and an eight-length winner for a $50,000 claiming price at Gulfstream Park West second out, Jeltrin finished a distant third in an optional claiming/starter allowance in her juvenile finale. This season, the bay finished fourth in both the restricted $75,000 Glitter Woman and Forward Gal (G3). Her record now stands at 6-2-1-1, $158,588.
Bred in Kentucky by Kidder, Cole, Griggs, and Griggs, Jeltrin was a $7,000 Keeneland September yearling. She's by Tapizar and out of Song to the Moon, by Successful Appeal, and is a half-sister to Purple Heaven, who was multiple stakes-placed in Canada.