3 My Italian Ex
7 Dream of Atlantis
6 Secret Commander
7 Splendid Behavior
1 Honest Paul
2 East to West
4 Alpha Zumba
6 Caddo Lake
2 Tiznow a Titan
1 Private Alley
4 Dixie Sun
7 Semester Abroad
6 Sugar Love
4 L.A. Girl
3 On a High Cloud
4 Daddy's Wildcat
3 Show Time
2 Concorde County
3 Rass Stone
4 Battle Call
2 Raging Daoust
5 Crying Lightening
3 Marquet Madness
7 Jersey Nugget
JULY STAKES 2 Veritas Man
Results 1 to 27 of 27
07-12-2012, 09:02 PM #1
Friday At The Track HORSE PICKS 7/13/12
07-12-2012, 09:06 PM #2
BEST BET: Strong Impact (7th Race)
1. Ampersand 2. Westside Corral 3. Good Prospect
AMPERSAND has raised his game by several lengths in last two starts, finishing strongly to win N1x condition going away, and miss by a diminishing neck at this level; call in present form. WESTSIDE CORRAL is back with New York-breds after trying open allowance company twice at Monmouth, the latest vs. 11-10 Concert Stage; exacta finishes four of five on Belmont turf. GOOD PROSPECT returned off a Linda Rice reclaim in April with two peak efforts in 13 days; both wins since 2010 came when fresh.
1. Got a Hunch 2. Brazilian Court 3. He's So Fine
GOT A HUNCH is a half-brother to a pair of four-time winners, and has shown some promise in the mornings for trainer who is putting finishing touches on a productive meet; await late-breaking info regarding odds, etc. before finalizing any early pick-4 tickets. BRAZILIAN COURT was off slow and beat five horses in Polytrack dash that produced two next-out winners; half-brother Devoted Wildcat won two of five on dirt for these connections. HE'S SO FINE gained useful experience rallying from off the pace in Churchill bow; two improved works since arrival at Belmont.
1. Barrymore 2. Third Martini 3. Gnostic
BARRYMORE lagged toward rear early and passed at least one horse at every call when along for second over a next-out graduate in debut; tries again for trainer with 18 turf wins heading into final days. THIRD MARTINI was wide throughout from post 11 on inner course June 9, his first outing in two months; barn has been profitable with maiden special-weight dropdowns in 2011-12. GNOSTIC also drops in search of right level, after trying 1 1/4 miles in his only start at the meet; maybe with these.
1. Silver Endurance 2. Bundestag 3. Ambit
SILVER ENDURANCE will probably be back to rating tactics after tiring badly with blinkers on at 1 1/4 miles; dropdown can handle $16k maidens based on either of two prior efforts. BUNDESTAG has been running virtually identical figures on firm, good and yielding turf since late last year; 5YO maiden has already beaten several of these. AMBIT and GRIFFIN ROCK have money chances in their present form.
1. Caviar N Champagne 2. Sunday At Nipper's 3. Sweet M K
CAVIAR N CHAMPAGNE was a stalk-and-pounce winner by better than three lengths in her second start over the track, and comes back in the same kind of spot; improving with each start since brought back from freshening. SUNDAY AT NIPPER'S found best stride late to wind up only a length behind probable pacesetter CATALONIA in first try vs. winners; top-figure maiden win two back suggests she rates extra credit for any moisture in the surface. SWEET M K and RESERVED FOR TWO are in the mix based on their last-out victories at Monmouth with identical 70 Beyers.
1. Newton Crescent 2. New York New York 3. Five Card Draw
NEWTON CRESCENT is the lone entrant never to have lost a maiden claimer, and has been readied by an excellent second-out barn; Flower Alley colt is bred to handle the switch to dirt. NEW YORK NEW YORK raced greenly when fifth behind BACK CATCHA ERIC and RIVER RON in debut; might be capable of turning the tables off that experience. FIVE CARD DRAW drops back to level of debut placing, after turning in a middle move and flattening out in a special-weight mile; threat in wide open start to late pick-4.
1. Strong Impact 2. Magical Season 3. Marvelous Chester
STRONG IMPACT paid quick dividends last fall after being claimed, and has come back better than ever in two recent starts, the latest a neck loss to One Note Samba, who is 5 for 5 in turf sprints and missed 6f inner course mark by .22 seconds; last 7f try vs. stablemate Compliance Officer, now a multiple stakes winner. MAGICAL SEASON responded with best effort to date off freshening and switch back to turf, finishing evenly in richer starter/optional claimer vs. Yari, who has won 3 of his last 4; set of nice 5f works for second try on Widener. MARVELOUS CHESTER is a 7YO with a 3-for-37 slate, but has run well both starts off layoff & trainer change at shorter and longer distances than today's trip; field's only six-figure turf earner other than Strong Impact.
1. Heir to Dare 2. Emily Allstar 3. Promise Me a Cat
HEIR TO DARE did a lot of the pace dirty work making initial attempt at this level, battling for the lead with two rivals and getting overtaken late for runner-up spot by EMILY ALLSTAR; consistent filly moves outside after another fast work. Emily Allstar is a 7YO mare coming off career top Beyer in 38th start, and just 1 for 18 since taking NJ-bred stake Sept. 2010; never out of the exacta at Belmont. PROMISE ME A CAT won this condition under stalking tactics to begin current form cycle; drops from N3x sprint when hustled to the lead, and picks up leading rider.
1. Megalithic 2. Talk Therapy 3. Beckham Bend
MEGALITHIC couldn't handle allowance company in two starts off the bench, but was promptly claimed from decisive score for this price, and given five weeks off following that career top Beyer; similar try may be all it takes. TALK THERAPY is the only member of the field never to have been risked previously for a claiming tag; two-month layoff may be a positive factor, as he has run well fresh repeatedly. BECKHAM BEND has been beaten less than a length by similar stock twice (very) recently; exotics inclusion if able to draw in from also-eligible list.
07-12-2012, 09:11 PM #3
5 Good Prospect
8 Westside Corral
5 Got a Hunch
3 He's So Fine
4 Huggy Boy
5 Four Zees
2 Silver Endurance
4 Griffin Rock
6 Sunday at Nipper's
5 Class Action Suit
3 Five Card Draw
5 Newton Crescent
7 New York New York
6 Strong Impact
3 Mrvelous Chester
1e Bessie M/Emily Allstar
6 Heir to Dare
5 Alaska Miss
6 Talk Therapy
07-12-2012, 09:14 PM #4
Belmont Park Race 1 OClm $25,000N1X (3:00 ET)
No.8 Westside Corral 7-2
No. 5 Good Prospect 3-1
No.3 Ampersand 2-1
No.4 Hear the Footsteps 8-1
Westside Corral is back with state breds here after a third and a fourth in his last two starts facing open Alw-1 foes. The gelding won at this level three back last fall and now makes his third start off the bench while returning to face New York breds here. The gelding has landed in the exacta in four of his five trips over the turf here.
Good Prospect returns off nearly a three month break after a solid runner up finish at this level last out back in April. The gelding beat restricted $20K claimers two back in his first start off the claim by the Rice barn. He is a seven time turf winner, three of those coming out the grass here. He won at this level back in ’10.
WIN: No.8 to win at 5-2 or better.
EXACTA: 5,8 / 3,4,5,8
TRIFECTA: 5,8 / 3,4,5,8 / 3,4,5,7,8
07-12-2012, 09:15 PM #5
RACE #7 - BELMONT PARK - 4:02 PM EASTERN POST
7.0 FURLONGS TURF THREE YEARS OLD AND UPWARD STARTER OPTIONAL CLAIMING $55,000.00 PURSE
#6 STRONG IMPACT
#9 BOMBER BOY
#3 MARVELOUS CHESTER
#1 MAGICAL SEASON
#6 STRONG IMPACT is the overall speed leader in this O.C. field today sprinting at the "specialized distance" of 7.0 furlongs on the grass, and has hit the board in "POWER RUN FASHION" in five straight starts, including a pair of "POWER RUN WINS" embedded in this recent streak of racing consistency. Jockey Javier Castellano has been in his irons on four previous occasions, hitting the board in each, winning twice, en route to a 73% return on investment in the process, and is back today for his 5th ride, gunning for a "Hat Trick Win!"
#9 BOMBER BOY has posted a trio of "POWER RUNS" in his last four starts, hitting the board in two straight, including a "POWER RUN WIN" in his 2nd race back.
07-12-2012, 09:27 PM #6
BETFAIR HOLLYWOO PARK
Analysis for Friday, July 13
FIRST RACE 1-BELO PURSE 2-LONE JUSTICE 3-CLASSICAL SLEW
Unusual condition limits entrants to starters at this meeting who have not finished first, second or third in their last three. BELO PURSE may not look like much on paper, but the Brazilian-bred comes out of the best races. He bobbled at the start July 6th and returns in just one week. LONE JUSTICE held on for fourth after dueling for a half mile. The Roman Ruler gelding could get first run on CLASSICAL SLEW. CLASSICAL SLEW has won two races, both on Cushion Track. He was dull last out but is quick and should run his best race third time after a layoff.
SECOND RACE 1-SNACKABLE 2-HYENA 3-PURSUITOFPARADISE
SNACKABLE hopped in the air yet was beaten a scant nose in a two-furlong race at Golden Gate Fields April 19th. She returns three months later with a new trainer (Peter Miller) and in a claimer. HYENA could give Miller the exacta. The Florida-bred has a strong 5-furlong drill in 1:00 1/5 on Cushion Track June 22nd. The trainer is an above-average 17 per cent with beginners. PURSUITOFPARADISE held on well for second on a track not condusive to speed. The daughter of Taste of Paradise may never look back under Chantal Sutherland.
LONGSHOT: Half Moon Gambler
THIRD RACE 1-SECRET SPY 2-CALL ME JONES 3-ABOVE PAR
In his first start for Peter Miller, SECRET SPY led to deep stretch before settling for second. The Cuvee gelding likely needed the race and switches to a more experienced rider in Kevin Krigger. CALL ME JONES took a steep class drop from $40,000 to $10,000, but didn't show much improvement. The Smarty Jones gelding has been in the money six of seven starts and once again looks solid for the trifecta. Steve Knapp is enjoying a fine meeting with 17 per cent winners. ABOVE PAR broke his maiden at odds-on June 28th and was claimed by Jerry Fanning. The Tale of the Cat gelding has the right style and fits talent-wise.
LONGSHOT: Father Pabst
FOURTH RACE 1-LA SANCHA 2- ZENETT 3-NIFTY DREAM
LA SANCHA was a clear second against similar June 23rd and looks to be sitting on a victory for John Sadler. The grey should be sitting mid-pack behind several cheap speed horses. ZENETT hurries back to a sprint after giving way around two turns. A repeat of her May 4th second puts her right there and the You and I filly puts on blinkers for the first time. NIFTY DREAM had a clear lead at the eighth-pole, but was collared nearing the wire. More speed in this field could soften up the Tribal Rule filly.
LONGSHOT: Tiz Final
FIFTH RACE 1-MASTER CHEF 2-DAYLIGHT MAGIC 3-VADERTORE
MASTER CHEF won with authority in a fast race June 16th and was claimed by Mark Glatt. The trainer is batting 19 per cent this meet and is a terrific 21 per cent first off a claim. The one-level raise shouldn't be a problem. DAYLIGHT MAGIC had his two-race winning streak snapped when third to Planet Sunshine June 17th. That was his first start in two months and the sophomore gets a key rider change to Rafael Bejarano. VADERTORE tried hard, but was second best to MASTER CHEF. Unfortunately, he's a candidate to bounce after a taxing race in his first start of the year.
LONGSHOT: Floating Feather
Suggested Pick 5 Ticket ($48):
SIXTH RACE 1-CHOCOLATE DELIGHT 2-FIVE TIMES 3-TAP TAP UR IT
CHOCOLATE DELIGHT was full of run at the three-eighths pole, but was caught behind a wall of horses and forced to go around everyone. She wound up third, but factoring in the ground loss, she may have been best. Her style favors this 7 1-2 furlong trip. FIVE TIMES, like CHOCOLATE DELIGHT, is conditioned by Beau Greely. the Fair Grounds shipper was sharp last winter, tailed off, and enters this race a fresh horse. TAP TAP UR IT hasn't been better than seventh in three starts, but takes a big class drop and came back with a bullet workout.
LONGSHOT: Lovely Sophia
SEVENTH RACE 1-RUNNING ISABELLA 2-UNUSUAL HOTTIE 3-DONNER WASSER
RUNNING ISABELLA has never been better and Ron Ellis takes the opportunity to send the daughter of In Excess long again. She's won two of her last three and looks like the lone speed. She does have experience at this distance, finishing third at this trip last year. UNUSUAL HOTTIE is racing in peak form and gets a change to the leading rider. She drew the worst post, but will be sitting just off the top pick in the catbird seat. DONNER WASSER returns in just six days for Mike Mitchell after finishing fifth against a better group. She defeated UNUSUAL HOTTIE at this condition one back.
LONGSHOT: Miss Speed Dating
EIGHTH RACE 1-TIZ A BRITE MISS 2-SATCHMO'S MUSE 3-AUNT GERT
TIZ A BRITE MISS has gone down to defeat as the favorite five straight times, so caution is advised. She's facing a nondescript bunch and may respond to the rider change to Martin Pedroza. SATCHMO'S MUSE took up at the start, then closed well for third in a much improved effort. She's in good hands (Mike Puype) and will be dangerous if she can overcome the rail. AUNT GERT wasted a perfect trip last time and tired to fourth. Julio Canani takes the sevenpound apprentice allowance by using Vinnie Bednar.
LONGSHOT: Mile High Bunk
Suggested Late Pick 4 Ticket ($48):
BEST BET: Master Chef (5th Race)
07-12-2012, 09:29 PM #7
BETFAIR HOLLYWOOD PARK
First post 7:05 p.m. (PT)
Friday, July 13
Tiz a Brite Miss (8th Race)
07-12-2012, 10:33 PM #8
07-13-2012, 08:52 AM #9
Handicapped by Rick Needham at Betfair Hollywood Park
RACE #3 - HOLLYWOOD PARK - 8:01 PM PACIFIC POST
6.0 FURLONGS CUSHIONED TRACK THREE YEARS OLD AND UPWARD $25,000.00 CLAIMING $25,000.00 PURSE
#3 CALL ME JONES
#4 SECRET SPY
#1 CRIMSON GIANT
#5 ABOVE PAR
#3 CALL ME JONES takes a class drop (-7), is the speed leader in this claiming field tonight sprinting at 6.0 furlongs on the "dirt," and has turned in "POWER RUN BOARD HITS" in five straight starts, hitting the board in four.
#4 SECRET SPY comes off a "POWER RUN PLACE" finish in his last start, missing a "Circle Trip" in that race facing slightly better company (+1) by less than a length. He's also added an additional pair of "POWER RUN BOARD HITS" to his recent resume in his 3rd and 4th races back.
07-13-2012, 08:54 AM #10
Handicapped by The Turf Club Analysts
Charles Town - Race #1 - Post: 7:15pm - Maiden Claiming - 4.5 furlongs on the Dirt. Purse: $16,000 Class Rating: 53
#6 FIRE OF PELE (ML=8/1)
#5 FALSEHOOD (ML=2/1)
FIRE OF PELE - Strong win percentage this rider and conditioner twosome have been putting together. With no PPs, one of the variables I look at are trainer stats, and Smith has a +126 percent ROI rate with first timers. I always like to see a horse getting Lasix for the first time. Smith adds it on this one today.
FALSEHOOD - I always like to see a thoroughbred getting Lasix for the 1st time. Kobiskie adds it on this one today.
#4 COLARFUL SONG (ML=3/1),
#1 BLUEGRASS ANGEL (ML=7/2),
#3 HEART OF CLASS (ML=5/1),
COLARFUL SONG - A pattern of decreasing speed figs 52/44/39 for this vulnerable equine. The speed rating last time around the track doesn't fit very well in this event when I look at the class rating of today's event. Mark this horse as a likely underlay.
BLUEGRASS ANGEL - Difficult to bet on this runner this time. Make her show you something in a sprint affair before you play her in a race of 4 1/2 furlongs. When looking at today's class rating, she will have to notch a much better speed figure than in the last race to battle in this dirt sprint.
HEART OF CLASS - Not easy to wager on any horse in a sprint event if she hasn't hit the board in a sprint in the last couple months.
Go with #6 FIRE OF PELE on top if we're getting at least 5/2 odds
07-13-2012, 08:56 AM #11
F.A.S.T. Sheets Race for Arapahoe Park
Arapahoe Park - Race 9
Exacta / Quinella / 2nd Half Late Daily Double / Trifecta / Superfecta
Claiming $5,000 • 1 Mile • Dirt • Ages 3 and up • CR: 62 • Purse: $6,400 • Post: 4:20P
FOR THREE YEAR OLDS AND UPWARD WHICH HAVE NEVER WON TWO RACES. THREE YEAR OLDS, 120 LBS.; OLDER, 124 LBS. CLAIMING PRICE $5,000.
Race Type: Fast-paced Race. There are many horses that could vie for the early lead. Check on scratches of any of the Front-runners. * KEY ANGLES * SIXTIMESTHECLASS: Today is a route and this is the horse's third start after a layoff, after two s print prep races. Horse has run a Good Race within the last 30 days.
REXBURG: Horse has the highest TrackMaster Power Rating.
PRECEPTS TEN: Horse ranks in the top three in TrackMaster Power Rating. Horse has the highest average Equibase Speed Fig ure at the distance/surface.
MARCADE: Horse has run a Good Race within the last 30 days. Horse has the highest average Equibase Class Rating at the distance/surface.
9 PRECEPTS TEN
07-13-2012, 08:57 AM #12
Handicapped by The Walker Group at Arapahoe
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Odds shown are morning line odds.
Race 8 - Allowance - 5.0f on the Dirt. Purse: $15500 Class Rating: 95
FOR THREE YEAR OLDS AND UPWARD. THREE YEAR OLDS, 120 LBS.; OLDER, 124 LBS.
# 1 MR. GOLDEN RULER 2/1
# 3 DANZIP 5/2
# 4 WICKED FLYER 6/1
MR. GOLDEN RULER has a very good shot to take this race. He has been running strongly and the Equibase Speed Figures are among the top in this group. Will almost certainly come out strong - I have liked the way this gelding has moved speedily to the lead recently. Like the finish positions in the last couple of events.
DANZIP - His earnings per start in dirt sprint races alone makes you take a look at him. Ought to be given consideration here on the basis of the figures in the speed department alone.
WICKED FLYER - Should be considered in this event if only for the quite good speed figure earned in the last affair. Has to be given consideration against this g
07-13-2012, 08:58 AM #13
Handicapped by The Walker Group at Woodbine
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Odds shown are morning line odds.
Race 3 - Allowance - 6.0f on the Turf. Purse: $70300 Class Rating: 91
FOR THREE YEAR OLDS AND UPWARD WHICH HAVE NEVER WON A RACE OTHER THAN MAIDEN, CLAIMING, OR RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE OR WHICH HAVE NEVER WON TWO RACES. THREE YEAR OLDS, 119 LBS.; OLDER, 123 LBS. NON-WINNERS OF A RACE OTHER THAN CLAIMING SINCE JUNE 13 ALLOWED 2 LBS.
# 1 RED EAGLE 5/2
# 5 GLOWING MONARCH 2/1
# 6 LEMON VIEW 8/5
My pick in this race is RED EAGLE. May best this field here, showing respectable figs of late. Dasilva will almost certainly be able to get this gelding to break out quickly here. Must be carefully examined based on the decent Equibase Speed Figure recorded in the last race.
GLOWING MONARCH - Is worth careful consideration and may be a bet - strong Speed Figures (81 average) at today's distance and surface as of late. Must be carefully examined - I like the figs from the last race.
LEMON VIEW - He has put up formidable numbers under today's conditions and ought to fare well versus this group of horses. Has a very solid record at the distance and surface, which makes me like this horse.
07-13-2012, 09:00 AM #14
Handicapped by The Turf Club Analysts
Woodbine - Race #4 - Post: 3:45pm - Maiden Claiming - 8.5 furlongs on the Dirt. Purse: $24,000 Class Rating: 69
#1 COLINS NIGHTINGALE (ML=6/1)
COLINS NIGHTINGALE - Hasn't run at today's distance recently but does have a speed figure notched last time she tried this distance good enough to win. I like this horse. Should be familiar with this class level since she ran against the same type in the last race at Woodbine.
#3 HOLY WINE (ML=8/5),
#7 TUDOR RULE (ML=3/1),
#6 PROUD PARENT (ML=7/2),
HOLY WINE - I'm prognosticating a lackluster attempt out of her this time.
TUDOR RULE - More than enough tries at Woodbine with no visits to the winner's circle. When looking at today's class figure, she will have to garner a better speed fig than last out to vie in this dirt route.
PROUD PARENT - 63/59/54, are the declining speed figs for this runner. This filly registered a speed figure in her last clash which probably isn't good enough in today's race.
Have to go with #1 COLINS NIGHTINGALE on the win end if we get at least 1/1 odds
07-13-2012, 09:02 AM #15
Handicapped by The Turf Club Analysts
Presque Isle Downs - Race #8 - Post: 8:20pm - Claiming - 8.0 furlongs on the Dirt. Purse: $16,000 Class Rating: 82
#8 BAYSTONE (ML=6/1)
#9 FAVORITE HOUR (ML=5/2)
#1 MILL BAY (ML=3/1)
BAYSTONE - I look for this horse to sit off the pace and make a strong move on the turn, cruising straight on to the wire. Trainer Bourke moves this horse down the ladder based on class rating points to face weaker company. Look for a solid race racing against these lower level horses.
FAVORITE HOUR - This gelding is in nice form. Ran first on Jun 12th. Have to like this gelding today. If you take a look at his PP lines you see a definite pattern, getting closer with each and every race. This horse collects a lot of money per start. Tops in this event. Took a class drop last time around the track at Presque Isle Downs. Trombetta keeps him at the same level right here. I think that's a good move.
MILL BAY - Trainer Englehart moves this animal to a lower class level to face a lower class field. Look for a sharp performance this time out. Martinez and Englehart perform well when they work together. It's hard to beat a +81 return on investment for a rider and handler. I like to play this handicapping theory, a thoroughbred coming back off a strong contest within the last 30 days. The most recent speed fig of 85 is the highest last race speed figure in the group.
#6 BRUSH TO CLEAR (ML=4/1),
#4 PAY THE JUDGE (ML=5/1),
#5 HIDDEN POWER (ML=6/1),
BRUSH TO CLEAR - The rating last out doesn't fit very well in this event when I look at the class rating of today's race. Mark this entrant as a questionable challenger.
PAY THE JUDGE - This horse likes to be there at the wire, but doesn't usually win. Keep out of the top spot.
Bet on #8 BAYSTONE to win if you can get at least 3/1 odds
Box [1,8,9] Total Cost: $6
07-13-2012, 09:04 AM #16
Handicapped by The Walker Group at Northlands Park
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Odds shown are morning line odds.
Race 1 - Claiming - 8.0f on the Dirt. Purse: $9500 Class Rating: 73
FOR FILLIES AND MARES THREE YEARS OLD AND UPWARD. THREE YEAR OLDS, 117 LBS.; OLDER, 122 LBS. NON-WINNERS OF TWO RACES AT A MILE OR OVER SINCE MAY 24 ALLOWED 3 LBS. SUCH A RACE SINCE THEN ALLOWED 5 LBS. CLAIMING PRICE $7,500
# 5 EMBANKMENT 8/5
# 1 CASH QUEEN ANNA (IRE) 6/1
# 3 JIM N PEG'S GAL 2/1
EMBANKMENT has a quite good shot to take this race. Looks formidable versus this field and will almost certainly be one of the early speedsters. Could best this group of animals based on the speed rating - 74 - of her last outing. Strong returns over time for this jockey and handler combo.
CASH QUEEN ANNA (IRE) - She should definitely be given a chance given the competitive speed figs. Have to consider solely on class, with some of the top class figures of this field.
JIM N PEG'S GAL - Rycroft has this mare racing well and is a solid pick based on the respectable Equibase speed figs earned in route races lately. Has been running in the most competitive company of the group of animals recently.
07-13-2012, 09:05 AM #17
F.A.S.T. Sheets Race for Northlands Park
Northlands Park - Race 3
Exactor / Triactor
Maiden Claiming $12,000 • 3 1/2 Furlongs • Dirt • Age 2 • CR: 55 • Purse: $9,500 • Post: 6:56P
FOR MAIDENS, TWO YEARS OLD. WEIGHT, 118 LBS. CLAIMING PRICE $12,000 (NON-STARTERS PREFERRED).
Race Type: Dominant Stalker. KENTUCKY SPEED is the Dominant Stalker of the race. * KEY ANGLES * KENTUCKY SPEED: Horse has run a Good Race within the last 30 days. Horse has the highest TrackMaster Power Rating. Horse has the highest average Equi base Speed Figure at the distance/surface.
6 KENTUCKY SPEED
07-13-2012, 09:06 AM #18
Handicapped by The Walker Group at Marquis Downs
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Odds shown are morning line odds.
Race 7 - Allowance - 8.0f on the Dirt. Purse: $3400 Class Rating: 56
FOR THREE YEAR OLDS AND UPWARD WHICH HAVE NEVER WON TWO RACES. THREE YEAR OLDS, 124 LBS.; OLDER, 126 LBS. MAIDENS ALLOWED 3 LBS. 2ND PREFERENCE - WINNERS).
# 4 I CAN DANCE 5/2
# 6 SEEKINGACAREER 5/1
# 1 IMIRONHIDE 6/1
I have to consider I CAN DANCE here. Displays the look of a profitable play, averaging a solid 56 Equibase Speed Fig which is one of the strongest in this group of horses. Always seems to be close on the wire. Had one of the strongest Equibase speed figs of this group in his last race.
SEEKINGACAREER - Has run solidly when running a dirt route race. With a nice Equibase class figure average of 63, has one of the strongest class advantages in this field.
IMIRONHIDE - This equine ought to be wagered on at the expected big odds.
07-13-2012, 09:08 AM #19
F.A.S.T. Sheets Race for Emerald Downs
Emerald Downs - Race 3
$2 Daily Double /$1 Exacta /$1 Trifecta $1 Superfecta / $1 Pick 3 (Races 3-4-5) $.50 Pick 5 (Races 3-4-5-6-7)
Claiming $7,500 • 1 Mile • Dirt • Ages 3 and up • CR: 76 • Purse: $7,450 • Post: 7:19P
FOR WASHINGTON-BRED THREE YEAR OLDS AND UPWARD WHICH HAVE NEVER WON TWO RACES OR WASHINGTON BREDS WHICH HAVE NEVER WON THREE RACES. THREE YEAR OLDS, 118 LBS.; OLDER, 124 LBS. NON-WINNERS OF A RACE SINCE JANUARY 1 ALLOWED 3 LBS. CLAIMING PRICE $7,500.
Race Type: Paceless Race. There is no true early speed in this race. * KEY ANGLES * CODYS A BOBCAT: Horse ranks in the top three in TrackMaster Power Rating. Horse ranks in the top three in average Equibase Speed Figure at the distance/surface.
SNOW ON THE RIVER: Horse has run a Good Race within the last 30 days. Horse has the highest TrackMaster Power Rating.
POWER STRIP: Horse's win percentage at today's distance(sprint or route)/surface (dirt or turf) is at least 50. Horse has run a G ood Race within the last 30 days.
5 CODYS A BOBCAT
3 SNOW ON THE RIVER
2 POWER STRIP
07-13-2012, 09:13 AM #20
TRACK (RACE) HORSE, MORNING LINE
(4th) Palazzo Babe, 7-2
(7th) Wonder Country, 3-1
(5th) Caviar N Champagne, 7-2
(6th) Back Catcha Eric, 3-1
(3rd) Trippi Honor, 4-1
(7th) Dark Rumor, 3-1
(3rd) Toastmaster, 3-1
(5th) My Other Brother, 7-2
(4th) Loud Ravens, 7-2
(7th) Oh So Clever, 3-1
(5th) Only By Invitation, 3-1
(9th) Grace Alley, 7-2
(2nd) Cactus Cognac, 3-1
(5th) Tricky Chief, 3-1
(2nd) Hip Hop City, 3-1
(6th) Footnotedisclosure, 4-1
(1st) Clickety Cleve, 5-1
(3rd) Rattlenroll, 4-1
(6th) Flaming Love, 4-1
(8th) Blue Sands, 3-1
(5th) Snowbird Pass, 7-2
(7th) Breathitt, 4-1
(4th) Zenett, 7-2
(6th) Malibu Love, 3-1
(2nd) Beechcreekboy, 7-2
(3rd) Lillie Abbie, 4-1
(2nd) Back Pocket Money, 3-1
(4th) Harikel, 7-2
(1st) Dry Ridge, 4-1
(6th) My Wildest Dreams, 7-2
(1st) Le Troubadour, 7-2
(4th) Graysonia, 3-1
(4th) Game Patriot, 7-2
(5th) Hes Not You, 7-2
Presque Isle Downs
(2nd) Circus Clown, 4-1
(8th) Mill Bay, 3-1
(1st) Luccirockinbucci, 4-1
(8th) Ful Da Funk, 4-1
(5th) Set the Stage, 7-2
(7th) Catlaunch, 3-1
(2nd) Legato, 4-1
(7th) Candy Bull, 4-1
ARLINGTON PARK (4:00): $46,000 alw, 3&up, 1mT (8TH).
BELMONT PARK (3:00): $74,000 ocl, 3&up, f&m, 6 1/2f (8TH).
CHARLES TOWN (7:15): $27,000 alw, 3&up, 4 1/2f (8TH).
ELLIS PARK (1:50): $33,000 ocl, 3&up, f&m, 6f (7TH).
EVANGELINE DOWNS (6:40): $25,000 ocl, 3&up, 5fT (9TH).
FINGER LAKES (12:35): $20,000 alw, 3&up, 1m70yd (8TH).
HOLLYWOOD PARK (10:05): $52,000 ocl, 3&up, f&m, 1mT (7TH).
LOUISIANA DOWNS (2:25): $26,000 alw, 3&up, 1mT (8TH).
MONMOUTH PARK (12:45): $46,000 ocl, 3&up, f&m, 1 1/16mT (9TH).
MOUNTAINEER (7:00): $20,200 alw, 3yo, 1m (9TH).
PENN NATIONAL (6:00): $40,000 alw, 3&up, 6f (7TH).
PRAIRIE MEADOWS (7:30): $28,000 ocl, 3&up, 1 1/16m (8TH).
RIVER DOWNS (3:00): $6,400 alw, 3&up, f&m, 6f (5TH).
THISTLEDOWN (1:50): $50,000 George Lewis Memorial S., 3&up, 1 1/8m (7TH).
WOODBINE (2:10): $70,300 alw, 3&up, 6fT (3RD).
*all times Eastern
07-13-2012, 09:15 AM #21
BRAZILIAN "BRAHMA BEER LONGSHOTS"
FRIDAY JULY 13, 2012
RACE #3: #7 STALKING LION, a 9-2 shot, qualifies as a TrackMaster PLUS "PowerPony," takes a class drop (-4), and is the overall speed leader in this claiming field racing at tonight's distance of a mile on the turf.
THE CHARLES TOWN RACES
RACE #2: #7 DE ALIBI, a 5-1 shot, takes a class drop (-7), and is the overall speed leader in this claiming field sprinting at tonight's "specialized distance" of 7.0 furlongs on the dirt.
07-13-2012, 09:17 AM #22
Ultra Longshot Angles
NOTE: The entries listed below have been "found" utilizing TrackMaster's fantastic new product Ultra Angles ... I have utilized this product to scan EVERY TRACK in North America for entries today meeting the following 3 criteria:
a. Odds are GREATER THAN 4-1
b. The entry must be the TOP POWER RATED entry in the field
c. The entry must also have the BEST SPEED in this field for today's distance and surface!
Ellis Park - Race #8 - 4:10PM - #13 RENEGADE BAND 5/1
Evangeline Downs - Race #1 - 5:40PM - #5 LIL FORTY 6/1
NOTE: Listed Post Times are given in the local time zone of the track.
07-13-2012, 10:29 AM #23
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07-13-2012, 10:54 AM #24
MONMOUTH PARK Race #2 at 1:10 PM Eastern
Top pick: #3 (BACK POCKET MONEY) - One of two horses entered in this bottom priced ($5000) claimer by trainer Jorge Navarro and the pair race uncoupled. Jersey-bred has spent most of his career on this surface and is (22-5-3-4) on it. 6-year-old raced evenly here in an allowance for fellow state-breds on June 16th in his first start since Nov. 18. Takes a big drop for this and is the horse to beat.
2nd pick: #2 (East to West) - Veteran was an easy winner here at this price on May 12th, then pressed and tired to run second last out to a "much the best" winner. Speedy sort has C.C. Lopez back aboard and this 7-year-old gelding is a win candidate.
3rd pick: #1 (Honest Paul) - The second of the Navarro pair, he's gone (7-1-1-5) since joining this barn and this stalker draws the rail. Consistent sort needs to do a bit better for any chance at the win.
4th pick: #7 (Splendid Behavior) - He had some promise earlier in his career when in the barn of Steve Asmussen, but was away for just over a year beginning in Jan of 2011 and is now running at the local bottom. He was a gate to wire winner at Philly Park on May 12th, then missed by a head here at this price last out. Dangerous with his best.
07-13-2012, 01:41 PM #25
All Forms of Wagering are available including the $.50 pic 4's & $.10 Superfecta. I'll be playing $50 on the 1st pic to win & the 2nd pick if approaching 6-1, 3rd pic if app. 7-1 or higher & $2 exotics.
For beginners I recommend playing the 1st pic to win and boxing the exactas or trifectas, or Rolling daily doubles for $.50 or $1. Go as deep as you can afford in the pic 3's & 4's. BOL with all your wagers!
My Preferred Wagers are the Pic 3's & Pic 4's but don't recommend the new guys to start with them.
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ANOTHER 4 MAIDEN RACES TODAY...
Race 1....#5 Good Prospect 3-1 (Reclaimed by Linda Rice)....5-7-8-3,,,RESULT: #7 WINS ($10.60).....#3 2ND.....EXACTA $37.40
Race 2....Maiden....5-4-6,,,RESULT: We get beat by the favorite #3......Finishes 3-6
Race 6....Maiden...#5 Newton Crescent 5-1 (Takes the Drop & exits a Key Race)....5-3-6
Race 7....#6 Strong Impact 8/5 (Watch List)....6-3-1
Race 8....#5 Punster 4-1 (Sharp GP shipper back on the Turf).....5-6-1
Last edited by WINNERS_ONLY; 07-13-2012 at 03:49 PM. Reason: UPDATED RESULTS ON EACH RACE
07-13-2012, 03:25 PM #26
Updating Results on capper PICSIX for Belmont Park.
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07-13-2012, 03:51 PM #27