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Charlie Thomas worth a look on fourth of July

7/3/2013 9:41 PM
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Thursday's 9th race (5:07pm PT) from Betfair Hollywood Park is a $50,000 Maiden Claiming event for 2-year-olds dashing five furlongs on Cushion Track. 

#4 Charlie Thomas (5-1) could not overcome the intimidating rail post as the beaten favorite in his local bow May 30. Conlon is 5-for-10 with second time starters.

Play Thursday’s Betfair Hollywood Park games at DerbyWars.com. 

#9 Lapua (7-2) hails from the win early Pederson barn and Talamo is vying for leading rider honors. 

#7 Tiz Outtasight (3-1) is by 20% debut sire Tiz Wonderful and Dollase show a profit with firsters.  

#3 B.B.'s Bandman (5-1) broke slow and ran in place (5th by 8.75 lengths) in his local bow vs. this kind. Gutierrez and O'Neill teamed up for two wins here Sunday.

The Plays:

$12 to win #4

$6 Quinella 4-9

$3 Exacta 4-9/3-7 ($12)

analysis by Jarrod Horak

For daily insight on Betfair Hollywood Park's Pick 6 races, please check out Pick 6blog.com for free selections and tickets. 

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What mdracing69 you got nothing for monday
I would like to know what the hell happened to Charlie Thomas, you know the horse this play of the day is about.
Came out 7-5-6-8 if I'm not mistaken... Should've boxed a superfecta, but I don't do that in maidens. Also passed up a boxed super in a different post on here, maybe I should play supers for these maiden races.
Jonathon, I misunderstood your posts, my apologies. I'll go #9 here, $4 to win, $8 to show. $2 exactas: 9/5-6-7-8, 5-6-7-8/9... GL.
rafi does it really matter which word I used
I called him that, rafi. Mater of fact, not to be all thingy, but I give out most nicknames/shortened to initials names because I think usernames are weird, jmo. Now, I rarely go up against ya, because heavenforbid, I don't want to get your fb/e-mail prayer chain after me, not without an epi pen for the stings, but you got a little irritating there and another thing is, about arrogant posts, well, what do you think? Like about your tri today. Congrats, but mirror check, ya know.
Okay, Jonathon. Debating or discussing might be a better word that arguiing. @Mary, heavens no. I'm not that hillbilly.
That was a question for rafi, only because I do tire of the teeth-drying but also nauseating sh.
That was a question for rafi, only because I do tire of the teeth-drying but also nauseating sh.
Aren't you big bill? wth?
everyone will have to excuse rafirox he clearly doesn't understand the art of competition
There isn't anything to explain its like from the old SNL with Jane Curtin and Dan Akroyd with the "Point, Counterpoint"
... not that complicated
"Well which ever race you analyze I will analyze too just for the sake of arguing with you",,,,, explain?
Well I will have a play for those races too
I agree. Nice to see some POD comments. I remember when these were formerly more popular and I did them daily, but travel_vic's arrogant posts and the quantity of Big Bill's posts kind of drew me away, haha.
Thanks for your input, rafirox...always appreciated. Nice to see the POD comments returning. @jonathanpoker - Friday's play is the 8th race from BHP and Saturday's play is the U.N. from MTH. Both already posted. Gonna tackle the Queen's Plate on Sunday.
Hey, Jarrod. For what it's worth: I'm liking the #9 Lapua (7-1 ML). He has worked 12 times (I look for at least eight with first time starters). He is gelded (he will behave). The trainer, Dean Pederson is a 21% trainer with first time trainers. According to BRISNET, his last :36 workout was "sharp" and he's ready to roll. Not to mention, his pedigree is well-versed for the sprint distance. Talamo, a solid jock, will guide in the irons. Other contenders include the 5 Expontentially 6 Mosso 7 Tizouttasight and 8 Anythingtogeteven. I might try a small little trifecta key and a win-place wager, just for fun, since I am doing well today. Good luck!
Well which ever race you analyze I will analyze too just for the sake of arguing with you
What's your deal? @Jarrod, good luck on your Play of the Day.