Welcome to Casablance and Virgin River Race Books in Mesquite, NV
Both of these excellent RB’s will now be carrying the Classic Jerry J’s Power Page everyday. Just as we do at premier Race Book’s here in Las Vegas (and other places) the Jerry J’s Power Page will be available everyday, totally Free of Charge when you go into either of these RB’s to play the ponies… As always a Classic JJPP for both Aqueduct and Santa Anita…
This is another example of Customer Service at it’s best, with the kind of Race Books we all love to play at!
Fountain of Youth
Awesome Banner 79.0 * (Sharp Speed – stretching out – one good looking colt — will be hard to catch at this short distance of 1 1/16th – moving forward)
Mohaymen 78.5* ( Great comeback race — stylish, with a brilliant finish but training for longer, this is not so important – moving forward)
Awesome Speed 76.5 ( probably outrun speed — stepping up against tougher, this is a nice colt against monsters – so it seems to me)
Zulu 75.0 ( lightly races for this type of spectacular competition, a long way to step up — even for Pletcher trainee)
Golden Ray and Fellowship — not available to see in my binoculars….
Try the new PLUS — same as Classic JJPP, Plus a Contender’s List and more—>
3 year olds that rate !
- Mor Spirit
- Songbird (the fabulous filly)
- Smokey Image
I have added Songbird into my top 5, even though I understand — the ownership is not attracted to running their filly in the KD. They had a terrible mishap with Eight Bells and are therefore reluctant. But when you consider in the BC JUVY , that Songbird posted a much better RAW fig than NYQUIST, you have to know she can compete. The fact that she has beaten inferior filly competition is really not a negative at all, at least to this point. As for fillie’s running against colts, it happens all the time, without mishap! Bad luck is bad luck, but fillies and colts run together in nature and on the track, quite safely. I could provide a list of champion fillies, that dissed the boys as long as your arm, but we might as well list a few Personal Ensign, Winning Colors, Genuine Risk and of course Zenyatta.
If she takes a shot at the Santa Anita Derby, then maybe we can consider her a contender, in the meantime it’s great fun to consider this wonderful equine.
Bias Report for Friday:
Aqueduct: Consistently favored the Front Runner, slight edge to early speed and close to pace pressers…
Santa Anita : Early Speed has done well in the opening 5 races.
Aqueduct: Race #6 — Sweet Advance — off at 7/2. just horrible effort. I have to think the handicapping here was too influenced by the trainer. Bad Pick!
Santa Anita: Race #4 — Cool Green– off at 5/2 –raced in attendance to the pace setter, when set down, responded, but couldn’t move on the leader at all, held well for the Place… Exacta was our PRESS exacta
ROI = 1.09 Total Plays = 67, —- wins = 14, —– place = 9, —– Total exacta 13/67
Total return $147.00
Total Cost $134.00