Oaklawn Park Selections - Saturday, January 11

January 11, 2014 06:40am
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In honor of opening weekend at one of my favorite tracks, I offer you my full-card selections for Saturday, January 11 at Oaklawn Park. Good luck to all!

 


1st race – $16,000 Maiden Claiming for 3 & up – 1 1/16 miles

 #1 – Indian Red (5-2)

 #2 – Camp Meeting (3-1)

 #6 – Lasting Impact (6-1)  


2nd race – $7,500 Claiming for F&M 4 & up  – 6 furlongs

 #10 – Miss Addicate (8-1) $$$ LONGSHOT PLAY $$$

 #5 – Spicy Lady (3-1)

 #8 – Lucky Flo (6-1)


3rd race – $5,000 Claiming for F&M 4 & up – 1 1/16 miles

 #1 – Foxy Affair (5-2)

 #5 – Fleur de Sel (2-1)

 #7 – Cin Mission (20-1)


4th race – Starter Allowance (7,500) for 4 & up – 6 furlongs

 #3 – Froggyville (5-1)

 #9 – Tensaw (8-1)

 #2 – Next Right Thing (4-1)

 

5th race – $12,500 Claiming for for 4 & up – 6 furlongs

 #3 - Debit Card (2-1)

 #5 – Pure Sovereignty (3-1)

 #8 – Rappin Robby (10-1)

   

6th race – Starter Allowance (30,000) for 3 & up – One Mile

 #8 – Evan’s Calling (4-1)

 ***Scratched*** – Barrio Baby (4-1)

 ***Scratched*** – Seven Slews (12-1)

#7 - Midnite Poppa (5-1)

#5 - Bill of Rights (5-2) 

 

7th race – $56,000 Allowance for Fillies 3yo – One Mile

 #4 – Let it Snow (7-2)

 #3 – Hero Wisdom (5-1)

 #8 – Rum Therapy (12-1)

8th race – $100,000 The Fifth Season for 4 & up – 1 1/16 miles

 #1a – Cyber Secret (7-5)  *** BEST BET ***

 #8 – Jaguar Paw (7-2)

 Scratched – Right to Vote (15-1)

#11 - Donoharm (10-1)  


9th race – $55,000 Maiden Claiming for 3 & up – 6 furlongs

#9 – Long Station (5-1)

#6 – Flat Irish (7-2)

#7 – Discipline (4-1) 

 

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Older Comments about Oaklawn Park Selections - Saturday, January 11...

I figure it's the extreme chalk or kind of weird. Like 12,9,1a,2.
I'll be putting some money on Donoharm and exotics play with Cyber Secret

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