Friday’s Pop Out Keys (which include Featured Plays) were very good again with a total of 6 producing — 1 winner paying $17.80 and 4 placings. That’s a hit rate of 5 of 6 if you use the place position in your plays.
(Pop Out Keys are a feature on the Jerry J’s Power Page PLUS…
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 (10-21-2016) Speed was good on the Main Track was solid… Again, I am watching the inside on the turf, not sure…
Santa Anita (10-20-2016) Played a little toward front speed…
Race Day Las Vegas Section —
Belmont Race #3… D’ Eloquent off at 7/2… Well place running 2 or 3 wide, took up the chase coming off the turn, collared the leader at the furlong marker, encountered severe bumping when the pace setter bore out… taken in hand by J.R and managed to the line, finishing 2nd — but put up to the WIN in a fair decision…paying $9.60
Belmont Race # 2… Battle Midway off at 4/1… Well placed just off the lead and on the outside, moved a little on the turn, but was then outrun by the eventual winner… ran evenly for a minor placing…
Santa Anita Race #7… Plane Lucky off at 9/5… Broke really sharp, made all the running in front, turned for home and opened up to win going away… real big effort…paying $5.80 (with Easter Fever scratched, the price was okay).
Belmont Race #7… Picco Uno off at EVEN Money, broke well but took position inside the leader, then held looking for room to the outside of the lead, then finally got clear and came home very well, but could not overcome the trip… getting the place.
Santa Anita Race #7 … Nine Point Nine off at 8/1… Broke alertly to grab the lead and the rail, made all the running on the front, opened up at the top of the lane, then just tired slightly in the final 100 yard to get beat in final strides… holding well enough to save the PLACE… At 8/1 this was a “tough beat”…
Total Return $800.60
Total Cost $ 750.00
ROI 1.07 per $1.00 played…
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