Thanks. Hope to keep it going Friday!
Comparative statistics for the Ship And Win Program: Through two weeks
of the 2013 season, 50 Ship and Win horses raced with nine winning;
through two weeks of the 2014 season, 78 have raced with seven wins …
Average field size for the first two weeks of 2013 was 8.6, for 2014 the
figure is 9.4.
Kool Kat won Sunday’s ninth race and never came close to saving ground.
His second consecutive win, this daughter of Scat Daddy traveled 54 feet
more than second place Personal Diary. The margin of victory was only a
head, but Kool Kat’s extra ground covered equated to about six lengths
more than Personal Diary’s trip.
Nice $27 overlay at Presque Isle on Tuesday. Going for three straight in the 5th at Del Mar on Wednesday.
The live racing card scheduled for Monday, July 28, at Delaware Park has been
canceled, as last night’s storm caused a washout at the 1/8th pole.The entire eight-race program has been rescheduled to be run this Wednesday, July 30. The entire eight race card, with past performances, will be published in the Wednesday edition of the Daily Racing Form. Wednesday’s racing program had previously been canceled due to lack of entries.
Thanks, triple_double. Glad you had it!
Decent .50 cent Trifecta payout ($216.45) keying Albano in 2nd.
Stylish in Black rallied from off the pace with an impressive win in her second lifetime start to take Wednesday’s
second race. Covering extra ground, she ran 28 feet more than
second-placer Three Blondes, a distance that equates to roughly 3 ¼
lengths. With Elvis Trujillo aboard, Stylish in Black ran the final
quarter in 23.00 seconds, 1.09 seconds than the next-fastest in the race
(4th placer Cee’s Tizzy Belle) and 1.44 seconds faster than Three
With no lone ticket selecting all winners of Sunday’s Jersey Shore Six, the carryover sits at $39,189.74 for this Friday’s racing card. The Jersey Shore Six is a 10-cent base wager. To win the jackpot, a ticket must have the winner of the six races comprising the wager and be the only one to have done so. If more than one person has a winning ticket, they split 60% of the net pool with 40% going to the carryover.
Thanks, Mary Z. Very nice payoffs in a compact field.
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