Fantastic day with both the JJPP and the PLUS on Friday… with 8 STAR horses producing 5 winners and an aggregate payoff of $45.00 for the $16.00 to play. As for Pop Out Keys and Feature Plays we had a total of 6 which produced 3 winners, 2 placings and 1 show. The kind of results that make it much easier to cash.
Two Breeders’ Cup Seminars for two great days of racing!
Thursday Nov 2nd at Fiesta Henderson at 3:30 PM
Friday Nov 3rd at Texas Station at 6:15 PM
Race Day Plays
Wednesday’s play… neither was fabulous…My first play in the 3rd was Ice Palace, which opened up at 5/1 and held that number through most of the wagering, eventually the price drifted up a little to 7/1. I often consider this type of betting to be a “good sign”, but it was not today. Ice Palace was relaxed early well off the pace, started to move nicely but hit a wall midway on the turn.
In the 7th race, Tiz A Kitten took off with sharp early speed at 13/1, tried to make every pole a winning one, but tired late after racing very sharply… we might be a week early here… My main 4 horses ran 11,2,3,4 with Tiz holding 4th position…
Both Cha Cha Heels and Royal F J – my two plays for Thursday — tried to make runs from the back of the pack, and neither succeeded… Cha Cha was running by design, but Royal F J seemed to have some trouble at the break…
Belmont Race #7…Bolitas Boys off at 6/1, ran hard the whole way to win a desperate photo, one for our team… the win mutual was $14.40, so that price was okay…
Santa Anita Race #8.. Scandal off at 9/5 ran a solid race, as “much the 2nd best”, she’s been that before, but as a key she accomplished her function of anchoring the exacta, trifecta and superfecta if you played her in both the 1st and 2nd position…
TOTALS for New York and So. Cal Plays
(starting February 24, 2017 )
NY Total Return $385.90, Total Cost $ 300.00 ROI Total $1.29/$1.00
SC Total Return $289.90, Total Cost $ 288.00, ROI Total $ 1.01/$1.00
Returns on all plays for 2017
Total Return $ 784.90
Total Cost $ 724.00
ROI $1.08(1-1-2017 thru 10/20/2017)