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Friday’s Santa Anita Pick 6 & Pick 4 Tickets – March 28

Thursday’s Santa Anita Park Recap – March 27

Three sprint wire jobs (5.5f, 6f, 6f) on the fast main track. The turf course yielded a stalk and pounce winner (8f), a flat mile wire job, and a late running winner (8f). The turf rail was set at 30 feet.

Victor Espinoza and apprentice Drayden Van Dyke both booted home a pair. John Sadler saddled three winners and Espinoza rode two.

Using the Budget Ticket-Big Ticket strategy on Thursday, I tabbed three Budget Ticket winners (Do Some Magic, No EZ Money, Putahexonher) and four Big Ticket winners (Do Some Magic, No EZ Money, Putahexonher, Moscato Girl). Missed a Big Ticket conso by a nose.

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