I will complete updating this site later tonight… but I have 3 words for you — Sneaky Fudge Face and 88/1….
(placing, but should have been put up in a stewards Inquiry, but was not)
Wednesday’s JJPP-PLUS featured a total of 4 Pop Out Keys
- Story To Tell (Aqueduct’s 3rd) — winner paying $6.30
- 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
- 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,
- Bavaro (Aqueduct’s 1st) — winner paying $29.40
- Azaelia (Aqueduct’s 6th) — winner paying $ 6.90
- Finallygotabentley (Del Mar’s 2nd) — winner paying $6.00
- Monster May (Del Mar’s 4th) — winner paying $11.80
- 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,
- Pussy Willow (Aqueduct’s 7th) — winner paying $28.80
- Tipo Duro (Del Mar’s 5th) — winner paying $28.80 (price is correct!)
- 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!
Winning at horse racing demands Patience and Price!
Wednesday’s we had 1 STAR horse, 0 winners…
Sunday we had 2 STAR horses, 1 winners paying $10.60
Saturday we had 9 STAR horses, 2 winners paying $35.80 (also 2 place horses).
Friday we had 5 STAR horses, 1 winner paying $28.80
Thursday we had 5 STAR horses, 1 winner paying $4.80
Wednesday at Aqueduct, we had 2 STAR horses, they both ran out…
The 2 weeks STAR total is 24 (cost $48.00, yielding winnings of $80.00) ROI $1.67 per $1.00 played! Now that’s a ALERT LIST that makes a difference!
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!
Aqueduct (11-24-2016) Small edge to inside position…
Del Mar (11-24-2016) Outside line is good, but the track should be listed as HONEST…
Race Day Las Vegas Section —
Aqueduct Race #1 Woundwithhereyes off at 7/2… raced along in touch with the leaders, while 3-4 wide, moved up late in the turn, came on even terms in midstretch – extended her stride to start to pull clear, but a sudden rush on the rail from Toni Tools, was too much for her to handle.. Placed in a solid run, made the saver exacta on the reverse.
Aqueduct Race #3 Story To Tell off at 2/1… Broke sharply to settle in 2nd position on the inside, then was well held to fall back a couple of placing, began to make up ground on the far turn, moved outside horses toward the end of the turn, while now widest, finishe with a flurry to win going away as much the best… Winning paying $6.30… no exacta…
Aqueduct Race #7… Madame Aamoura off at 5/1… broke fairly well, moved up the inside to assume command without incident… held the lead without urging when suddenly started to “fairly” stop abruptly while still on the turn… finishe poorly….
Del Mar Race #3… Poshky off at 8/5… Placed in closer attendance to the early lead then normal, found a lane coming into the stretch, and prevailed while receiving moderate handling through the final stages… Solid in Winning… paying $5.40… made the exacta
Total Return $937.90
Total Cost $ 846.00