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Sunday’s (11-18-2018) Power Page and PLUS for Aqueduct and Del Mar are ready for download…

At Aqueduct on Sunday…

we should be expecting the Turf races to be run on the Turf and the Main Track should be FAST.   Of course, as for running turf races on the turf, we will have to wait and see.  NYRA is very protective of their duel Turf courses and safety conditions.  So we will have to wait to see their decision.

At Del Mar on Saturday…

We saw a continuation of the EARLY SPEED BIAS.  And we also saw a resumption of a SLOWISH RAIL path.  If I am correct in that analysis, then we must make special note of the run by MUCHO GUSTO, who “scraped the paint” all the way and never allowed a horse to go by.  And the challenges came from some good looking colts.  I thought Savagery was particularly “live” and was getting a very good trip, stationed right on the flank of Mucho Gusto.  I was expecting him to wrest control as they turned for home, but Mucho would have none of that… and drew clear in a superb effort!

And with that said, we also need to take note of Baffert’s very good looking 2-year old colt, Coliseum who was bet like the good thing, he turned out to be.  Also, taking a lot of “rail” throughout his trip.  Again, the rail seemed slow except for the Baffert horses… heck they can run through a bias and a brick wall…

Saturday (11-17-2018) Power Page and PLUS for Aqueduct and Santa Anita are ready for download…

Aqueduct looks pretty good for Saturday – “I hope”…

While we have been doing terrific on the Power Page and PLUS for Aqueduct through this “wet patch”, we should see a “drying track” tomorrow.  But keep in mind the temps are lower, so the track will probably retain the “WET” feature to a greater extent tomorrow than we see at Belmont in the summer.  Belmont really does dry out fast, going from sloppy to fast with just a short stop at “GOOD”…

As for the turf, I have only handicapped the 8th race for the Turf, all other Turf races have been handicapped for the Main Track.  I am very hopeful to see this race, The REd Smith G-III, is always an excellent Turf affair, and I am hopeful it will be a great race tomorrow.  It  happens to handicap like a real close affair.  With the fav being tagged at 3/1, that’s not a price I would touch, even though I like the horse.  This might be a “WIDE SPREAD RACE”… but if it’s on the Dirt, I have nothing to offer…

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