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Moya has two live wires in the sixth at Parx

4/15/2013 7:02 PM
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Amount Bet:
$30.00
Amount Cashed:
$0.00

 

Tuesday's 6th race (2:40pm ET) from Parx is an $8,000 claiming affair for 4-year-olds and up dashing six furlongs on the main track. 

#7 Grand Prelude (7-2) has fired Exacta shots in eight straight and climbs the ladder after a nice $6250k win at Penn National March 15. He likes this oval, has the numbers to compete here, and Moya excels 2nd off the shelf

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#6 Offlee Clever (5-1) exits back-to-back local claiming sprint wins and has been riding high since the Moya claim in January. He owns fine tactical speed and must be respected in his current form.

The Plays:

$18 to win #7

$6 Exacta Box 6-7 ($12)

analysis by Jarrod Horak

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Older Comments about Moya has two live wires in the sixth at Parx...

"1-7-2-3" came out 2-4-7-1... Missed $10, $20 W-P... #3 came in fifth.
I agree with Rafirox....the #1 looks like the horse to beat. Good luck!!!
You picked a very crazy race. Notice how #1, #6, and #7 all match up to the track profile perfectly? The #2 has to be a tough contender, while not fitting the track profile PERFECTLY, he's in the ballpark. The pace belongs looks to be #1 and #5 on lead, but #2 and #7 should sit off. Pars suggests #1 should be dominant in the E1 and E2. Generally, graphing dirt races, the first and second call seems to be most important... The #1 owns those easliy, but #3 should come flying at the end with insane late distirbution. I'll go: 1-7-2-3.... I say #1, #2, #7 are the win contenders... It looks like this is a must play race IF #1 goes off at 8-5 or better... The win bet isn't a sure thing, but, I'd go with a W-P wager on #1, with the 1-2 ratio.... Good luck, Jarrod.