Thursday’s selections ran 3rd, 3rd and scratch. This makes the winning total at $170.60 against a cost of $144.00 as the ROI dips to a positive $1.18 per $1.00 wagered. Here is one of the facts of life of wagering, we had two pretty good runs at decent pricing, but neither horse held up. On another day, they might have done enough. First you have to get live horses that do some running, sometimes the competition doesn’t show up and your a genius, but sometimes the competition is surprisingly good and you look a bit foolish. That’s why we keep an ROI, it makes it very real. And in this case, I march forward.