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Wednesday’s (12-7-2016) Power Page and PLUS for Aqueduct-Inner are ready for download…

We start the Winter or Aqueduct Inner Dirt meeting, and you may find this surprising, but it is my favorite meet of the year… I love this meet and I have been fortunate to cover for you for the past 19 years… 

By the way, Roca Roja was terrific in defeat on Sunday at Del Mar…  we will continue to monitor her progress… 

Sunday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys

The past three weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 84 total POKs (cost $168.00, yielding winnings of $254.40) ROI $1.51 per $1.00 played (thru Sunday 12-4) 

Saturday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys

  1. Cha Cha Heels (Aqueduct’s 9th)   —   winner paying $6.20
  2. Annals OF Time (Del Mar’s 7th)   —   winner paying $13.80
  3. American Anthem (Del Mar’s 8th) — winner paying $5.60

The past three weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 78 total POKs (cost $156.00, yielding winnings of $254.40) ROI $1.63 per $1.00 played (thru Saturday 12-3) 

Friday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 5 Pop Out Keys

  1. Cynthiana (Del Mar’s 5th) – winner paying $9.60

The past three weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 72 total POKs (cost $144.00, yielding winnings of $228.80) ROI $1.59 per $1.00 played!  

Thursday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys

( 3 place finishes from our POKs)

Wednesday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 3 Pop Out Keys

(2 place finishes from the POKs)

The past two weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 58 total POKs (cost $116.00, yielding winnings of $219.20) ROI $1.89per $1.00 played!  

Sunday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 7 Pop Out Keys

  1.  Wonderful Lie  (Del Mar’s 7th )  — winner paying $10.40

Saturday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys

  1.  Call Provision (Aqueduct’s 9th)   — winner paying $6.00

Friday’s JJPP-PLUS  featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys

  1. Loki’s Vengence (Aqueduct’s 4th)   — winner paying $8.90
  2. Alsatian (Del Mar’s 9th)  — winner paying $7.80

Thursday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 8 Pop Out Keys

  1. Cat’s Halo (Aqueduct’s 2nd)   — winner paying $8.20
  2. Aussie Awakening (Aqueduct’s 9th)   — winner paying $5.70
  3. Poshky (Del Mar’s 3rd)   — winner paying $5.40

Wednesday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 4 Pop Out Keys

  1. Story To Tell  (Aqueduct’s 3rd)   — winner paying $6.30
  2. Eden Ridge   (Aqueduct’s 8th)   —  winner paying $20.80

The past two weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 31 total POKs (cost $62.00, yielding winnings of $166.80) ROI $2.69 per $1.00 played!   That’s a-lotta- Turkey and gravy!

Sunday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 4 Pop Out Keys

  1. Moe Candy (Del Mar’s 6th)     — winner paying $10.60

This weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 27 total POKs (cost $54.00, yielding winnings of $139.70) ROI $2.58 per $1.00 played!   Seriously, these results are spectacular!

Saturday’s  JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 7 Pop Out Keys,

  1.   Bavaro (Aqueduct’s 1st)               — winner paying $29.40
  2.  Azaelia (Aqueduct’s 6th)             — winner paying $ 6.90
  3. Finallygotabentley (Del Mar’s 2nd)      — winner paying $6.00
  4. Monster May (Del Mar’s 4th)    —  winner paying $11.80
  5. Bobby Abu Dhabi (Del Mar’s 7th) — winner $6.40

This weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 23 total POKs (cost $46.00, yielding winnings of $129.10) ROI $2.80 per $1.00 played!   R U Kidding me!

Friday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys,

  1. Pussy Willow (Aqueduct’s 7th)  — winner paying $28.80
  2. Tipo Duro      (Del Mar’s 5th)      — winner paying $28.80   (price is correct!)
  3. Abel Tasman (Del Mar’s 7th)      — winner paying $11.00

This weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is 16 total POKs (cost $32.00, yielding winnings of $68.60) ROI $2.14 per $1.00 played!

 What do they say, “The proof of the pudding is in the eating!” 

My products are backed with results!

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Final results for all categories at the Saratoga and Del Mar meets combined?

(Star horses have been a hallmark of my products since 1998 and appear on the JJPP-Classic and JJPP-Plus)

Total STAR horses = 213…. Total $$$ won (if you bet $2.00 on each one ) = $614.00… Cost is only $426.00… Profit of $188.00…

ROI is $1.44 per $1.00 played…

For TOP-RATED horses on the JJPP-PLUS for both Del Mar and Saratoga — a $2.00 win bet on every TOP RATED horse   since the beginning of both meets, BET THEM ALL, thru today — you would have won $1,330.20 at a cost of only $1,346.00.

The ROI is a positive $.99 per $1.00 wagered

For TOP-RATED horses on the Classic JJPP for both Del Mar and Saratoga — a $2.00 win bet on every TOP RATED horse since the beginning of both meets, BET THEM ALL, thru today — you would have won $1,256.90 at a cost of only $1,252.00.

(In this tabulation I do not include races with greater  than 1/3 of the  field are first time starters, unless the TOP Rated horse is a STAR horse) ( I do not include Turf races that have been transferred to the Main track, the one exception is a Top Rated horse with a STAR).

The ROI is a positive $1.003 per $1.00 wagered

(All updates  include all races for both meets from 7-15-2016 to 9-5-2016)

With the JJPPs, when it’s our turn to win, we simply do not miss — no zig — no zag!

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 Bias report

Aqueduct (12-03-2016)… Playing HONEST…

Del Mar ( 12-03-2016) … Playing Honest…

Race Day Las Vegas Section —

Wednesday’s

Aqueduct  Race #3 Read The Dream off at 5/2… broke in a slight stumble to lose a step, but recovered to track the leaders while back about 3 lengths. Commenced a rally and closed relentlessly to finish on nearly even terms, getting beat a slim nose,  Good effort, made the exacta…

Aqueduct Race #8 Matt King Coal off at 4/5… broke alertly to track early, moved alongside the leader to challenge but could never get on even terms, continued to try, while falling back into third, but showed some class to comeback and get the Place… We made the exacta which paid surprisingly well…

Thursday’s

Aqueduct Race #2  Esther The Queen off at 4/5…  broke well and settle into a beautiful, then started to have trouble extending as she tried to run up- alongside the leader… struggled along to finish 3rd… just a comment, her M/L was 4/1 and her off price we 4/5… there simply was no reason to bet her as an underlay…

Del Mar  Race # 6 Blamitonthelaw off at 5/1… broke very slowly and didn’t settle into stride easily, fell some 25 lengths behind the leader, then figured it out and ran on very well to finish mid-pack and within hailing the eventual winners…

Friday’s

Aqueduct Race # 2  Liddyup off at 5/1… bet early then drifted up then got plenty of late money to come back down to 5/1… seemingly very live on the board, but when the gates opened, he broke in a tangle, gather himself together then rushed up – then retreated very quickly and put in a dull effort…

Del Mar Race # 5  Cynthiana off at 7/2… broke comfortably, taken in hand to lag a little early, then moved along in 6th position, moved up to the outside as they entered the far turn, moved up wide around horses through the turn, came into the stretch and blew them away… winning at $9.60 … no exacta

Saturday’s

Aqueduct Race #5  Our Karma 0ff at 9/1… nice price, but terrible run… I was expecting a sharp horse in his return, but got a dud…

Del Mar Race #10  Top Of The Game off at 5/1… well held early, to rate kindly and back about 8 lengths, moved up outside horses on the far turn, started to run sharply, but was not making up ground on the others… Look good in finishing 4th… this might have turned out to be a very fast heat or an optical illusion… but right now I think the horse gave a good account of himself in the stretch… finished 4th…

Sunday’s

Aqueduct  Race # 3 Yakov off at 4/5… below fair value and should not have been played…  Took up the chase on the outside, appeared to have a perfect trip, but was underwhelming in the lane, got 3rd as a very disappointing fav… fortunately, price save those of us who were paying attention…

Del Mar Race # 7  Roca Rojo off at 5/1… settle into stride , well back and off the rail, commenced a rally on the turn, to move into position, came outside for the stretch run, ran big, but got beat a NOSE in a flying finish…  Miss temple City won fair and square as both fillies were motoring at the end… got the PLACE and hit the exacta…

Total Return     $953.50

Total  Cost          $ 880.00

ROI 1.08 per $1.00 played…

Sunday’s (12-04-2016) Power Page and PLUS for Aqueduct and Del Mar are ready for download…

Oh yeah baby, did we ever have a great day on Saturday, especially at Del Mar…  5 Top Contenders winning and with consecutive Pop Out Key’s winning the 7th and 8th, setting up some great horizontals, including the late Pick 4 …

Saturday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys

  1. Cha Cha Heels (Aqueduct’s 9th)   —   winner paying $6.20
  2. Annals OF Time (Del Mar’s 7th)   —   winner paying $13.80
  3. American Anthem (Del Mar’s 8th) — winner paying $5.60

The past three weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 78 total POKs (cost $156.00, yielding winnings of $54.40) ROI $1.63 per $1.00 played (thru Saturday 12-3) 

Friday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 5 Pop Out Keys

  1. Cynthiana (Del Mar’s 5th) – winner paying $9.60

The past three weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 72 total POKs (cost $144.00, yielding winnings of $228.80) ROI $1.59 per $1.00 played!  

Thursday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys

( 3 place finishes from our POKs)

Wednesday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 3 Pop Out Keys

(2 place finishes from the POKs)

The past two weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 58 total POKs (cost $116.00, yielding winnings of $219.20) ROI $1.89per $1.00 played!  

Sunday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 7 Pop Out Keys

  1.  Wonderful Lie  (Del Mar’s 7th )  — winner paying $10.40

Saturday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys

  1.  Call Provision (Aqueduct’s 9th)   — winner paying $6.00

Friday’s JJPP-PLUS  featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys

  1. Loki’s Vengence (Aqueduct’s 4th)   — winner paying $8.90
  2. Alsatian (Del Mar’s 9th)  — winner paying $7.80

Thursday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 8 Pop Out Keys

  1. Cat’s Halo (Aqueduct’s 2nd)   — winner paying $8.20
  2. Aussie Awakening (Aqueduct’s 9th)   — winner paying $5.70
  3. Poshky (Del Mar’s 3rd)   — winner paying $5.40

Wednesday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 4 Pop Out Keys

  1. Story To Tell  (Aqueduct’s 3rd)   — winner paying $6.30
  2. Eden Ridge   (Aqueduct’s 8th)   —  winner paying $20.80

The past two weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 31 total POKs (cost $62.00, yielding winnings of $166.80) ROI $2.69 per $1.00 played!   That’s a-lotta- Turkey and gravy!

Sunday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 4 Pop Out Keys

  1. Moe Candy (Del Mar’s 6th)     — winner paying $10.60

This weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 27 total POKs (cost $54.00, yielding winnings of $139.70) ROI $2.58 per $1.00 played!   Seriously, these results are spectacular!

Saturday’s  JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 7 Pop Out Keys,

  1.   Bavaro (Aqueduct’s 1st)               — winner paying $29.40
  2.  Azaelia (Aqueduct’s 6th)             — winner paying $ 6.90
  3. Finallygotabentley (Del Mar’s 2nd)      — winner paying $6.00
  4. Monster May (Del Mar’s 4th)    —  winner paying $11.80
  5. Bobby Abu Dhabi (Del Mar’s 7th) — winner $6.40

This weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is now 23 total POKs (cost $46.00, yielding winnings of $129.10) ROI $2.80 per $1.00 played!   R U Kidding me!

Friday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 6 Pop Out Keys,

  1. Pussy Willow (Aqueduct’s 7th)  — winner paying $28.80
  2. Tipo Duro      (Del Mar’s 5th)      — winner paying $28.80   (price is correct!)
  3. Abel Tasman (Del Mar’s 7th)      — winner paying $11.00

This weeks “Pop Out Key”  total is 16 total POKs (cost $32.00, yielding winnings of $68.60) ROI $2.14 per $1.00 played!

 What do they say, “The proof of the pudding is in the eating!” 

My products are backed with results!

——————————————————————————————————–

Final results for all categories at the Saratoga and Del Mar meets combined?

(Star horses have been a hallmark of my products since 1998 and appear on the JJPP-Classic and JJPP-Plus)

Total STAR horses = 213…. Total $$$ won (if you bet $2.00 on each one ) = $614.00… Cost is only $426.00… Profit of $188.00…

ROI is $1.44 per $1.00 played…

For TOP-RATED horses on the JJPP-PLUS for both Del Mar and Saratoga — a $2.00 win bet on every TOP RATED horse   since the beginning of both meets, BET THEM ALL, thru today — you would have won $1,330.20 at a cost of only $1,346.00.

The ROI is a positive $.99 per $1.00 wagered

For TOP-RATED horses on the Classic JJPP for both Del Mar and Saratoga — a $2.00 win bet on every TOP RATED horse since the beginning of both meets, BET THEM ALL, thru today — you would have won $1,256.90 at a cost of only $1,252.00.

(In this tabulation I do not include races with greater  than 1/3 of the  field are first time starters, unless the TOP Rated horse is a STAR horse) ( I do not include Turf races that have been transferred to the Main track, the one exception is a Top Rated horse with a STAR).

The ROI is a positive $1.003 per $1.00 wagered

(All updates  include all races for both meets from 7-15-2016 to 9-5-2016)

With the JJPPs, when it’s our turn to win, we simply do not miss — no zig — no zag!

—————————————————————————————————————————

 Bias report

Aqueduct (12-03-2016)… Playing HONEST…

Del Mar ( 12-03-2016) … Playing Honest…

Race Day Las Vegas Section —

Wednesday’s

Aqueduct  Race #3 Read The Dream off at 5/2… broke in a slight stumble to lose a step, but recovered to track the leaders while back about 3 lengths. Commenced a rally and closed relentlessly to finish on nearly even terms, getting beat a slim nose,  Good effort, made the exacta…

Aqueduct Race #8 Matt King Coal off at 4/5… broke alertly to track early, moved alongside the leader to challenge but could never get on even terms, continued to try, while falling back into third, but showed some class to comeback and get the Place… We made the exacta which paid surprisingly well…

Thursday’s

Aqueduct Race #2  Esther The Queen off at 4/5…  broke well and settle into a beautiful, then started to have trouble extending as she tried to run up- alongside the leader… struggled along to finish 3rd… just a comment, her M/L was 4/1 and her off price we 4/5… there simply was no reason to bet her as an underlay…

Del Mar  Race # 6 Blamitonthelaw off at 5/1… broke very slowly and didn’t settle into stride easily, fell some 25 lengths behind the leader, then figured it out and ran on very well to finish mid-pack and within hailing the eventual winners…

Friday’s

Aqueduct Race # 2  Liddyup off at 5/1… bet early then drifted up then got plenty of late money to come back down to 5/1… seemingly very live on the board, but when the gates opened, he broke in a tangle, gather himself together then rushed up – then retreated very quickly and put in a dull effort…

Del Mar Race # 5  Cynthiana off at 7/2… broke comfortably, taken in hand to lag a little early, then moved along in 6th position, moved up to the outside as they entered the far turn, moved up wide around horses through the turn, came into the stretch and blew them away… winning at $9.60 … no exacta

Saturday’s

Aqueduct Race #5  Our Karma 0ff at 9/1… nice price, but terrible run… I was expecting a sharp horse in his return, but got a dud…

Del Mar Race #10  Top Of The Game off at 5/1… well held early, to rate kindly and back about 8 lengths, moved up outside horses on the far turn, started to run sharply, but was not making up ground on the others… Look good in finishing 4th… this might have turned out to be a very fast heat or an optical illusion… but right now I think the horse gave a good account of himself in the stretch… finished 4th…

Total Return     $953.50

Total  Cost          $ 876.00

ROI 1.09 per $1.00 played…