Suances Vixen back on synthetic ground

11/17/2012 8:07 PM
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Sunday's 8th race (4:08pm PT) from Betfair Hollywood Park is a Starter Allowance event for fillies and mares dashing six furlongs on Cushion Track. 

#6 Suances Vixen (5-1) has only raced on all-weather footing once and she smartly tallied from off the pace at Del Mar that day. The fresh filly gets pace to chase and Vienna shows a profit with the blinkers on move. Garcia is riding well at the current stand.

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#8 Twirlybird (8-1) looked good in her debut graduation run at Santa Anita. She has the productive Krigger/Miller team in her corner and figures in the hunt throughout. 

#2 Zoe B (8-1) was nabbed out of her last by sharp 1st off the claim trainer Metz. She ran well in both synthetic sprints and projects an inner tactical journey at playable odds.

The Plays:

$18 to win #6

$6 Quinella 6/2-8 ($12)

analysis by Jarrod Horak

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Suances Vixen sat the right trip but was not quite good enough and ended up 3rd at 9-1. Miss Lady Ellen was a bad favorite and faded as expected.
9/4 exacta
This is not a race that bodes well for a price. Never-the-less a winner is a winner. Contenders in this race are: #4, 1, 8, 9. The #6 has a few things going for him...but is up against it in this race. That being said, The most likely winner according to the numbers, before scratches is the #4 Oscillator (4/1). The value horse is the #8 Twirlybird (8/1). Since this is a race non conducive to value, I will bet the #4 Oscillator to win and take exacta with the 4/all. Tri...4/1, 8, 9, 2/all. Good luck!!!
before scratches: 1 Miss Lady Ellen BIG EDGE, but probably no odds 9 Christmas Candy 4 Oscillator 6 Suances Vixen
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