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Thursday’s Santa Anita Pick 6 & Pick 4 Tickets – Feb. 20

Monday’s Santa Anita Park Recap – Feb. 17

Four wire jobs on the fast main track. Patient runners nabbed both downhill turf sprints, and the lone flat mile turf route was captured by a stalker. The turf rail was down.

Victor Espinoza, Edwin Maldonado, and apprentice Drayden VanDyke each booted home a pair. John Sadler saddled three winners and Maldonado rode two. Peter Miller was responsible for the early double.

Using the Primary/Secondary ticket strategy on Monday, I tabbed three Primary winners (Toledo Eddie, Pontchatrain, Rovenna) and two Secondary winners (Hearitforthegirls, Dixieland Blues). My suggested late Pick 4 tickets yielded two winning combinations @ $233.95 each.

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