Yes, I have played and won amino...but the return isn't worth it for one and when 90+% are out of it and they cover the long shot that beats your horse that is not handicapping...that is desperation.
Are you looking at what I am looking at? You do realize these guys can change their bets?
Unless it is a card where you make all your selections it is meaningless. Too often you have poor handicappers that are way behind and they have to try stringing a couple longshots. The lucky get the win, not true handicappers.
That is my point Tom, the influx, or stimulus if you will, has generated more interest in the younger generation that is now getting over the Texas Hold 'em craze and having their fun time at the track instead. In an ironic twist, fewer people are going to the dungeon that is the casino and realizing their hundred bucks can last a whole day instead of half an hour at a slot machine.
Any influx of cash is a plus for racing. Canterbury is completing their most successful meet thanks to the cash the local Sioux casino gave them NOT to pursue expanded gambling there. Every aspect of the industry is up.
I'm so mad my post has Hard Sun. I won and lost a lot of money on Hard Spun in 2007. He was my boy for better or worse.
Part of the best crop so far this century his nemesis during the three year old campaign is nosing him out. Hard Sun as a sire has proved to be a pleasant surprise.
Cats rule dogs drool. In my house the kittens teach the puppy manners. The oddball named Real Solution has a shot but I think most Kittens will lose their mittens.
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