Super Screener: Woodbine Mile could feature juicy payouts

Super Screener: Woodbine Mile could feature juicy payouts
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There are four Breeders’ Cup berths on the line Saturday with one being awarded north of the border at Woodbine.

The Woodbine Mile, which carries a purse of USD$788,590, grants the winner entry into the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Mile on Nov. 6 at Del Mar. It attracted a competitive field of 10 turf specialists led by 2-1 favorite Raging Bull for Chad Brown and 5-2 second choice Set Piece for Brad Cox.


Super Screener, the time-tested handicapping method developed by author Mike Shutty, gives the Woodbine Mile a Playability Score of 7, which equates to “High Payoff Potential.” Super Screener has narrowed the field down to just two win contenders – one of which is also Super Screener’s “top value player” at 12-1 – and two live longshots.

The two win contenders identified by Super Screener include the favorite, Set Piece. According to the analysis, Set Piece “owns a wickedly strong turf of foot which makes him pace independent and the pace in this affair will be right at par, but without a ton of pressure.”

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While the favorite could prove formidable, he’s certainly not unbeatable and the odds beyond the top two should prove generous. With that, Super Screener has identified a pair of longshots that could make a big impact at morning-line odds of 15-1 and 20-1, respectively.

To get the full Super Screener analysis with wagering strategies for all of the weekend’s major races from Churchill Downs, Belmont Park and Woodbine, click here.

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