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Breeders' Cup 2017

Jockey Alex Bisono Bringing in Longshots

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If you’re in the market for longshots, you could do a lot worse than Alex Bisono.

The 28-year-old native of Hempstead, New York has won with four of his 30 mounts at the meet and each winner has paid double digits.

Bisono started strong with Arresting Officer ($20) and Omar ($29) on Nov. 16, followed the following day by Freeway Racer ($133.20).  On Dec. 7, he booted home $99.60 upsetter Anythingscookin.

Through Saturday, a $10 win bet on every Bisono mount would have yielded a $1,109 profit.  

 

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If one expanded the erroeous "hot streak" explanations to what are really random events , you would see that these represent nothing more than that.

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