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Outlaw Kelly back at Presque Isle

7/10/2012 3:43 PM
Author:
Amount Bet:
$30.00
Amount Cashed:
$0.00

 

Wednesday's 1st race (5:25pm ET) from Presque Isle Downs is a $41,000 entry level Allowance event for PA-bred 3-year-olds and up dashing six and one-half furlongs on Tapeta footing. 

#1 Outlaw Kelly (10-1) is back under the care of Joseph Martin after a failed SoCal dirt experiment. He ran well in 3 of 4 local starts for this outfit last year and barn $$ rider Vega hops aboard. The ground saving tactical threat can compete here if he runs back to local place finish vs. this kind last September.

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The Plays:

$12 to win, $18 to place #1

analysis by Jarrod Horak

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Older Comments about Outlaw Kelly back at Presque Isle...

Common to all small tracks on weekdays.
that happens at places like Presque Isle on a Wednesday. Not a big win pool so a few big bets or even one big one can change the odds quite a bit.
What a odds drop! Midstatesman was 5/1 at the gate an 7/2 down the back side. Two got wiped out at the gate.
Both the 2 E Espee and the 7 Midstatesman appear to stand out, particularly the 7 whose last two stand out....None of the others here look close to these two. Even matching up the rail horses BEST Presque Isle lines (3 and 6) would give that one a ghost of a chance unless the pace just STOPPED, which it has been known to do on the artificial.........Would be hard not to consider those two as tops however.