All orders will get a JJPP for the two big races at PARX, The Cottilion and the PA Derby… it will be sent to your e-mail account within 1/2 hour of purchase starting at 8:00 AM PT, when the office opens on Saturday morning.
The big battles will be fought at PARX on Saturday as Nyquist and Songbird start there fall campaigns… Songbird’s last race was a bit of a head scratcher, as she labored home in a pedestrian 27 final quarter mile of her 1 1/4 race in The Alabama. But she prevailed against a very lackluster group. If she starts to “get late” again, she will go down, so the sharp Songbird would be nice. When this season started, I was thinking we might be looking at another Personal Ensign, but so far this 3 year old season has produced lackluster speed figs… Let’s see if she can rebound with a great effort…
Now for Nyquist, he is still clearly the best of this group, sans Arrogate. The one caveat with Nyquist is he does not perform well on WET Tracks. So this is a FAST TRACK only type of horse and what a horse he is. Even in his bad races on the Sloppy going, he still showed superior speed, he just doesn’t really “get those kinds of tracks”. If it’s fast, good luck to those trying to catch him. Gun Runner looks like the next one in the exacta, but he does have some decent chance — if we can view his last at Saratoga as a track he doesn’t like… I liked Gun Runner going into the Travers and I would not be adverse to giving him another chance to run back to his very good Kentucky Derby and his sharp follow up race at Churchill in the Matt Winn. If there is an upset to be make, Gun Runner would be where my eye is looking. Exaggerator is starting to look warn out a bit and one that performs on a WET track only at this time. He’s been fortunate in the Santa Anita Derby, The Preakness and The Haskell to get WET going and he ran big. But his last two on Fast tracks have been big disappointments, which suggest to me that his puppies are hurting a little — it looks like he likes the cool moisture around his hooves, not the hotter dry track. Remember, 10 minutes before the Kentucky Derby, there was a downpour and the track was showing it’s moisture — something he loves for sure… FAST No, Wet maybe yes…
At the Last Los Alamitos meet…so play Los Al!!!
Top Rated Horses on Classic JJPP returned a Postive ROI of $1.29 per $1.00 played…
Top Rated horses on JJPP-PLUS returned a Postive ROI of $1.34 per $1.00 played…
And both the Classic and the New PLUS both feature our winning alerts including all my STAR horses!
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!
Belmont on (9-23)… Main track favored runners on the inside, while the Turf courses again favored horses who were racing off the rail…
Los Alamitos (9-23)… seemed pretty Honest
Race Day Las Vegas Section —
Belmont… Race #5 You Lie No Bueno
Backstreet Lisa Race #7… moved along pressing the pace, held for the show, well beaten
Belmont… Race #7 Bibbo off at 5/2– ran a terrific 2nd pressing the pace from flag fall to finish, just not as sharp as the winner, who was one of our exacta turns, holding the Place and getting a $95/$2.00 exacta
Los Alamitos… Race #1 Amazing Love off at 4/1 broke poorly and raced poorly….
Total Return $728.70
Total Cost $ 676.00
ROI 1.08 per $1.00 played…