Play of the Day …

Play of the Day stats …

Races played = 21

Wins = 10 – 48%

ITM Finishes = 17 – 81%

Previous play investment = $50

Previous play return = $00

Starting Bankroll = $1000

Bankroll as of previous play = $1780

New Bankroll = $1730

Lets head to the Pha to try to break our little streak …

The 9th race on the card is a N3x with an optional 32k claiming tag for older fillies and mares. Race is suprisingly light on speed. What Time It Is should control things on the front end. However, I question her desire to go 7F and feel she will be overbet off of her last, which looks ultra impressive when she ran a half in 43.xx and 6F i 108.xx but the track was absurdly fast that day.

Our choice i Charlotte’s Di. Goes out for Steve Klesaris and will be ridden by the under rated K. Carmouche.  In her last she was all revved up with no place to go in the stretch of a minor Big A stake race over the inner track. Kendrick is aggressive enough away from the gate that he should have Charlotte’s Di in the prime spot just off of What Time It Is and we’ll see who proves best turning for home.

Play of the Day …

$50 win #8 Charlotte’s Di race 9 at the Pha.

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One Response to “Play of the Day …”

  1. Phil J. Says:

    Races played = 22

    Wins = 10 – 45%

    ITM Finishes = 17- 77%

    Previous play investment = $50

    Previous play return = $00

    Starting Bankroll = $1000

    Bankroll as of previous play = $1780

    New Bankroll = $1730

    Charlotte’s Di … another odds on dud. She never looked to be moving well and finished off the board.

    Perhaps tomorrow at Laurel.

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