They dish it out, but don't put their neck out. Speaking for myself I don't make a wager without checking with PhatMama469 for that $40.00 plus horse that's been there a lot. I think it's imperative that we recognize things not readily apparent.
The weight of the horse has nothing to do with my comment. Did you misspell "verility" and mean something else? I was referring to the fact the new dirt track hasn't had enough races over it to settle.
It seems you own that hill Mary. They should consider renaming it. I usually give your picks play but I wasn't on the pc or at OTB today at all. When it's 60 degrees where I live outside is the place to be. Very nicely done.$1 Exacta $204.00 9-10 $217,225 $1 Superfecta $7,867.10 9-10-6-2 $148,574 $1 Super High Five $0.00 9-10-6-2-8(NO WINNERS) (Carryover: $29734) $38,959 $1 Trifecta $1,700.40 9-10-6
+$37.50 Jarrod. To bad Secretariat was in the race with your horse.
I've got to stop betting against Secretariat's
# 3WT # 1,2,5,8WT # 1,2,5,8WT # 1,2,5,8
Average money won per start rating/ a lot of times it works well on these type races 1 Sizzling Quatorze (KY) 3/C L C Cedeno 115 J C Vazquez 9/2 Per Per Start$6,760 -5 #2 2 Doddsprivatelabel (TX) 4/G L J A Vargas, Jr. 121 M Zulueta 5/2 Per Start: $4,859-17 #5 3 Quake in My Wake (NY) 4/C L K Carmouche 121 H O Whylie 12/1 Per Start: $4,389-3 #6 4 Strongbaksteeltoes (FL) 4/G L M Ritvo 1165 P Farro 7/2 Per Start: $5,106-13 #4 5 Woburn (NY) 5/G L J Nguyen 121 E E Jones 20/1 Per Start: $1,238-43- #7 6 Seeker (KY) 6/G L A Castillo 121 M Zulueta 6/1 Per Start: $7,570-34- #1 7 Linda's Last (PA) 5/H L R Alvarado, Jr. 121 R Preciado 2/1 Per Start: $6,081-14- #3
Without anyone having a clue as to how the track will be playing, selecting the most versatile horse seems appropriate. That would be CC. Since he runs well on any type dirt surface, no matter how it plays, he has to be the heavy favorite.
Thanks, even though I haven't been following the races this year so far I was last year, and with those fraction the front should have held. For HC to close from that far back (something impossible to do last year) it had to be a change in the track surface from my point of view. It would be nice to see some of the other speed tracks slow the surfaces down and give all entries a chance, especially the closers. In the BCC 2014 if Tonalist was wearing Blinkers the track would have carried him home easy. He wasn't and a horse can't close at SA. It used to be that way at GP. Hope it's a sign of change.
Question. Has Gulfstream Park lost it's speed bias? Honor Code wins in 1:36.3 (3 seconds off track record set last year in Feb by 4yo) with Wicked Strong sitting a perfect trip with nice fractions and can't do better than 4th. Add to that the track didn't carry the front end speed. was the track resurfaced to allow closers to participate and actually contend?
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