Tuesday's Best Bet: Derby House is in the house at Parx

Tuesday’s eighth race from Parx Racing is an optional claiming event for 3-year-olds and up traveling a mile and seventy yards on the main track (Post Time 4:04 p.m. EDT.)

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No. 2 Derby House (7-2) captured his last three starts from off the pace, and his last two victories were at this course and distance. The fresh gelding must be respected in his current form for a productive jockey-trainer team. 

No. 7 Davidic Line (4-1) got loose in a local sprint June 15. He likes this oval and has had success at this distance on multiple occasions. He can repeat if they leave him alone early.

No. 6 Shoogar Ray Too (3-1) ran a quality race at Pimlico last time. In that May 21 dirt route, he chased from the outside post, dropped back a bit and surged late to miss by a head. The three-time local winner will probably stalk outside again. 

No. 3 Midnightcharly (8-1) exits a clear runner-up finish as the beaten favorite in a local sprint, and that was his first start after the Ness claim. He has been on a steady sprint diet but is 1-for-1 at this distance.


No. 2 to win

Exacta Box 2-7

Trifecta 2-6-7/2-6-7/3

Recent best-bet winners

June 1 - Nice Ace/Ribbons and Medals/Press Snooze trifecta ($23.80)
June 3 - Buy Land and See ($2.80)
June 9 - Two of a Kind ($6.50)
June 10 - Loft ($7.40)
June 13 - Easy Day/Appealing Future/Big City Bob trifecta ($93.80)
June 17 - Redline ($6.00)
June 18 - Private Mission ($4.80), trifecta ($46.80)
June 21 - Grounded/Nice Ace/Patriot Drive trifecta ($85.40)
June 22 - Mr Dumas ($6.80)
June 25 - Bout Time ($6.00), exacta ($14.40)

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