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Santa Anita Handicap Day Pick 6 Tickets – March 8

Santa Anita Park - Benoit Photo.

Friday’s Santa Anita Park Recap – March 7

Edge to early-pressing types (1 wire job @ 8.5f) on the fast main track. A patient type (8f), a wire job (8f), and another wire job (6.5f) made up the three turf winners (rail at 30 feet).

Rafael Bejarano and Edwin Maldonado both booted home a pair.

Using the Primary-Secondary Ticket strategy on Friday, I tabbed two Primary winners (Rhagori, Kathleen Rose) and three Secondary winners (Too Fast To Pass, Heavens Stairway, Old Pueblo).

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Older Comments about Santa Anita Handicap Day Pick 6 Tickets – March 8...

I'm sitting out the P6. Late P4...1,4,5,9 w 2,7,8 w 3,9 w 4,5,6,11...$48
the wishful thinking bogus part(s) to equate all races at all distances on all surfaces to some commonaility that is only a figment of imagination...Surface changes alone account for almost 180 degree differences in winning running style
the fallacious part
What part of Recap don't YOU understand? >> Rail at 0' today, jarrod, Good Luck
the PACE pressure make up of any two races on a program are never the same. You cannot say presser types can win all day with varying distances and surfaces. Ridiculous

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