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Talking Kentucky Derby:
I have one more Gaming Today’s Articles, this week we completed an in-depth analysis of Magnum Moon, it’s always great when you can follow the analysis thru a series of race, and then make a prediction on the next race. And as you know, the next stop for MM will be the KD.
The final article will follow on the KD Week… this final piece will get you involved in the decision process, I think you will like the way we “come home”.
Thursday afternoon at Fiesta Henderson in the RB… we will tee it up at 1 PM…
Friday evening at Texas Station, in the RB… starting at 6:00 PM
Always with refreshments and usually some very nice give-a-ways…
Most important, I will be providing detailed SPEED FIGS, so you will have a deeper appreciation of each horses form and capability… with commentary… so when you leave this seminar, you will still have our ideas in hand…
The TRUE Kentucky Derby Contender’s List!
|Justify||79.8 –> 3 yr|
|Audible||78.8 –> 3 yr|
|Mendelssohn||78.0 –> 3 yr|
|Good Magic||76.8 –> 3 yr|
|Bolt d’Oro||2 YR –> 79.8|
|Magnum Moon||77.0 –> 3 yr|
|My Boy Jack||76.5 –> 3 yr|
|Noble Indy||75.3 –> 3 yr|
“Race Day Las Vegas” Plays
Santa Anita, Race #2 … Tidal Effect – SCRATCHED
Santa Anita, Race #8… Party Dancer off at 3/1, ran along while near the back markers, started to move nicely on the backstretch, holding position, was asked mid-turn, but had no response… surprisingly dull…
At Aqueduct, we played Eye Luv Lulu, in race #5, off at EVEN, flashed his brilliance to take an early lead, continued along and finished nicely to make every step a winning one, Win price only $3.90
At Santa Anita, we played Ms. Dupree, in the 5th off at 8/1, broke very alertly to duel for the lead right away, continued dueling on the outside and looked to be in pretty good stride, came across the main track and suddenly lost her good looking action… struggling through the lane. (Just a note, I didn’t expect her to be so close up)…
At Belmont, we played Adulator in the 4th, off at 3/1 in a short field. Adulator broke okay, but was off the lead by a couple soon after the break, sat on the rail a length or two behind the dueling leaders, moved off the rail coming out of the turn, finished nicely without threatening at any point, finishing 3rd.
At Santa Anita, we played Queen Blossom in the 4th, off at 9/1… Broke in stride but near back of pack, stayed close to the rail easily moved up to be just behind the leader and safely placed on the rail… continued along, then started to look for running room a path or 2 out, followed good cover into the stretched, ducked to the “covers” inside and mowed her down, winning well and paying $21.60 for the WIN.
Totals for New York, Gulfstream Park and So. Cal Plays 2018
NY Total Return $113.60, Total Cost $ 112.00 ROI Total $1.01/$1.00
Gulf Total Return $40.80, Total Cost $ 32.00 ROI Total $1.28/$1.00
SC Total Return $129.40, Total Cost $ 110.00, ROI Total $1.18/$1.00
Returns on all plays for 2018
Total Return $ 283.70
Total Cost $ 254.00
ROI $1.12 / $1.00 (1-1-2018 thru 4/28/2018)
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Returns on all plays for 2017
TOTALS for New York and So. Cal Plays
(starting February 24, 2017 )
NY Total Return $414.10, Total Cost $ 396.00 ROI Total $1.05/$1.00
SC Total Return $357.10, Total Cost $ 367.00, ROI Total $ .96/$1.00
Total Return $ 880.30 Total Cost $ 896.00
ROI $ 0.98 (1-1-2017 thru 12/26/2017)
ROI $ 1.04 (1-1-2016 thru 12/31/2016)