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Hollywood Park Closing Day Pick 6 - December 19th

Sunday’s closing day pick six from Hollywood Park includes a mandatory payout. The feature race is the On Trust Handicap for state bred or sired 3-year-olds and up traveling seven and one-half furlongs on Cushion Track. Morning line favorite Earnednevergiven exits a sharp local Optional Claiming wire job but he will not get loose in here with A Lil Dumaani and Amazombi breaking on both sides of him. The weather forecast calls for rain and wind with a high temperature of 61...
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you should ADD the mission of reviewing the part of the equation few (other than Pizzolla, Michell and Fiero cover) understand and even fewer practice: evaluating the MARKET OFFERED and wager creation based upon the reaction to that evaluation., MOST flounder of years spending an iordinate amount of time languishing on splitting hairs when it is a game of INVESTING right there in front of them and they never spend the time to evaluate it profitably. It is the LOST ART of the game that really differentiates the rookie from the pro,,,,
NO ONE can make even a short term profit without a huge bankroll in the pick six NO ONE
Our mission is to provide handicapping insights for those interested in playing the Pick Six. We leave the size of the bank roll up to the horse player.
Pick Six...How many of you acutally have the bankroll to cover that adequately? EVERY successful Pick Six winner I have known was in a syndicate so that they were capitalized adeq,uately.
I am knocking on the door with three straight conso's. Let's finish off the pick six on closing day.

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