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Courtly Flyer looking for a turf sprint win

11/23/2012 11:26 AM
Author:
Amount Bet:
$96.00
Amount Cashed:
$0.00

 

 Fridays 5th race from Churchill Downs (2:35 eastern post time) is a $40,000 claimer for Fillies and Mares going 5 F on the turf. My top choice here is the #8 -Courtly Flyer {7/2} coming off a 2 month layoff but has been working regularly and is in good form. The outside post bothers me a bit here and a slight upgrade in class also. The other 2 main contenders in here I like is the #7-Tweedy{4-1} with 2 starts in the US and has had 1 start in the last 7 months at the end of October. I also like the #9-Donna Getyourgun{6-1} coming off a couple of good grass efforts and a synthetic track start at Keeneland and will be closing late.

 My plays: $1.00 tri- 789/14789/14789 for $36.00

 and #8-Courtly Flyer - $30.00 win /$30.00 place   

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Older Comments about Courtly Flyer looking for a turf sprint win...

Two trifectas figured out
It came in 7/9/4 for a $2.00 trifecta payoff of $207.40 of which I collected half of that or $103.70 for a modest gain .My top pick ran 5th. The Irish strike again as the #7 was an Irish bred mare.
7 9 8 6 but odds may tell which way to go here 4 and 6 may run away for a long while