TimeformUS Weekend Plays: The Bowling Green and The Super Derby

The Grade 2 Bowling Green Handicap, Saturday at Belmont (Race 8), Inner Turf, Three-Year Olds and Up, One Mile and One Quarter

Get Free PP's for the Bowling Green Handicap

The hard-hitting six-year-old Boisterous has been installed as the 7/5 morning line favorite even though he finished a disappointing eighth as the 9/5 favorite in the Sword Dancer just three weeks ago.

Much has been made of Boisterous being a Belmont Park course specialist, and with good reason. He's won six out of his last eight attempts on the Belmont Park grass, and he dominated the Grade 1 Man O' War in his most recent try over the course.



There are some things you have to respect about Boisterous. However, the gradual decline in his speed figures suggests that he might be getting long in the tooth. What is more, he will be a short price, and this is a handicap race in which he must concede between four and seven pounds to all of his rivals. We respect Boisterous, but we are going to oppose him today.

The two most attractive betting options appear to be London Lane (6/1 morning line) and Quick Casablanca (8/1).

London Lane has been assigned excellent speed figures of 112 and 114 in his two most recent starts. Not only that, but London Lane had to deal with a difficult trip in the Sword Dancer last time out. He was caught four-wide around the first turn, and then he made a premature move into the fast pace. Plus the cut-back in distance from twelve furlongs to ten furlongs will certainly help. He is the selection today.



Quick Casablanca has an esoteric look to him and is an interesting longshot alternative. This horse was a top-class performer on the turf in South America and came to Christophe Clement's barn with high expectations attached to him. However, since arriving in America, he's made three starts and has had one big excuse after another.



In his first US start, off of a 375-day layoff, Quick Casablanca was heavily bet but ran only decently. For whatever reason, sprinters handle those extremely long layoffs better than distance horses do.

 In his second US start, Quick Casablanca chased a fast pace over a sloppy racetrack and then saw Calidoscopio rally from another zip code to score a dramatic win.

In his third US start, Quick Casablanca was the victim of a brutal trip. He was taken up early, after clipping heels, and lost valuable position in the process. We have no speed figure for that race because it was run at the very rare distance of 13 furlongs, and we don't have enough data of past races at that peculiar distance to make a satisfactory speed figure for it.


After all that bad luck and failing to live up to high expectations, Quick Casablanca, according to the TimeformUS pace projector, should be allowed to set an uncontested early lead today in what is a totally paceless race. This guy is now flying under the radar, and could parlay such a trip into an upset victory.

Betting Strategy: Win bet on London Lane.  Exacta box of London Lane and Quick Casablanca.

 

 

The Grade 2 Super Derby, Saturday at Louisiana Downs (Race 11), Main Track, Three-Year Olds, One Mile and One Eighth

Get Free PP's for the Super Derby

The Super Derby has attracted a field of seven horses, and the Albert Stall-trained gelding Departing (1-1 morning line) seems certain to be the heavy favorite.

 

Fresh off a dominating win in the Grade 2 West Virginia Derby at Mountaineer, for which he earned a towering speed figure of 110, Departing is going to be quite a load today if he comes even close to repeating that effort.
 
Let's take a look at the TFUS Pace Projector to see how this nine-furlong race figures to look after the opening half mile:



The Pace Projector shows a strung-out field, with Ruler of Love (#5) on a clear early lead and Cameo Appearance (#6) stalking in second place, followed by Departing (#7) and Holiday Mischief (#2), with the others relegated to the role of closers. However, an X-factor in this is Wayne Catalano, an aggressive trainer who is partial to upsetting the best-laid plans and ruining pace projections. Catalano has chosen notable speed-rider Pat Valenzuela to ride Cameo Appearance, and we wouldn't be even the least bit surprised to see Cameo Appearance (8-1) fire off to the early lead, a tactic that has had considerable success when employed by horses who are making their first start on dirt following a string of races on synthetic surfaces, as is the case with Cameo Appearance today.
 
While his speed figures are no match for Departing's best, Cameo Appearance has earned decent numbers in his last two starts: a 97 followed by a 94.

 

But certainly he will need a big jump to win this race. Can it happen today? His breeding is mixed on the question. His TFUS Pedigree Rating, a 62, reflects the fact that he doesn't have the best breeding for the distance. Having said that, he does have the type of breeding that suggests at least the possibility of a big jump attached to the shift from synthetic surfaces to real dirt. So if a handicapper is inclined to stipulate that Cameo Appearance can handle today's distance (quite a stipulation, we concede), he can then carve out some sort of a case for a healthy move-up today--especially if he goes back to look at a couple of the fast workouts Cameo Appearance recorded on real dirt at Santa Anita last year.  And to this, one can add the fact that Catalano gets strong Trainer Ratings when going from synthetic to dirt (an 86) and with spacing comparable to today's (a delicious 98).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mary Zinke

Bowling Green: Finnegan's Wake, Boisterous, Hyper.

07 Sep 2013 2:23 AM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Contest Day 2

R9)  7 It Doesn't Add Up - a better than looks last behind the pace pressing winner of a speed favoring event.

Phil-0

Mary-0

derbygal-0

07 Sep 2013 7:46 AM
Plod Boy Phil

Super Derby

1 Bashaar: was on the wrong side of a speed friendly Flow in the Jim Dandy - perhaps signaling a better race is on the way.  The pace scenario, while not particularly zippy on paper, need only be to be fair for all to give this one a shot to go for 3 for 3 for me on the Blog.

07 Sep 2013 9:23 AM
Plod Boy Phil

re: Departing

Appears worth playing against if his WVa Derby win was anywhere near as favorable for a closer as it looks raw on paper. Based on this guess, I'm inclined to want Ruler of Love for my exotics with Bashaar.  At the very least,  RoL needs to be a serious early race influence to give Bashaar his best chance.

07 Sep 2013 11:23 AM
Pedigree Ann

Cameo Appearance may eventually get 9f or longer, but this IS his first 2-turn race and his first on dirt, although his pedigree suggests dirt was his intended surface. His is also picking up seven pounds off of a loss; Departing is picking up only 4 off of a strong win.

AC's sire made a big noise winning the Hopeful with a big move from the back on an off track. He was hurt thereafter, didn't recover his form and retired without his limits being known. His first crop has indicated that miling is fine by them and he has gotten an Alabama (10f) winner.

He is a second foal, the first being a SP 4-time winner at 8f+. His dam won at what the APR calls a 'route' (8f or more) and was a full sister to a SW won won at the same, although she was better at sprinting. Both were by Tiznow, so distance is not a problem from the damsire.

The second dam was an unraced mare by Storm Cat, a half-sister to a SP 4-time 8f+ winner by A.P. Indy (sire of CA's sire).

The third dam was the top 2yo of her crop in Argentina who, after importation, won the G1 Vanity H (9f dirt) at Hollywood Park. Furthermore, she was a full sister to a filly who beat the boys in the Argentine Derby (12f dirt) and another G1 winner at 10f dirt.

07 Sep 2013 12:40 PM
Plod Boy Phil

so, are you in or out on Cameo ?

07 Sep 2013 1:03 PM
Kevin

Late Pick 4 at churchill:

8) 3,4,5

9) 1,3,5

10) 5,6,9,12

11) 1,6,7,10,12

07 Sep 2013 2:33 PM
Mary Zinke

Fairplex day 2: r2 #6 Punxsatawney Phil.  Probably 4f is all this burn out will ever do. Darn though, that might be two turns.

I like Rise Up in the Iriquois.  

My fat drooling boyfriend finally took a nap just now, aw.  GL at the races today, all.  

07 Sep 2013 2:34 PM
Mary Zinke

Kevin, r8 at CD, I like 4,8,9,2.  Liked the 3 second best but she scratched. GL w/your P4.

07 Sep 2013 2:45 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Mary -

re: CD 8th

Are you sure you are not a Flow player ?

07 Sep 2013 3:03 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Churchill 9th

2 Good Morning Diva sits on three straight modest 'ups', including a better than looks win two back.  He'll need to squelch those that raise distance concerns, which certainly has merit.

07 Sep 2013 3:09 PM
Mary Zinke

No, but I'm not against anything that helps, Phil.  These are free picks today.  I'm over in Chandler today, so no voting.  

07 Sep 2013 3:11 PM
Plod Boy Phil

A 4-8-9 is fine with me in CD's 8th

07 Sep 2013 3:15 PM
derbygal

Fairplex (BSR).

R7 #10 Bubba Fizz.

07 Sep 2013 3:22 PM
Plod Boy Phil

GL derbygal

07 Sep 2013 3:26 PM
wineman

fairplex contest  race 2 the 1 bushwacked

07 Sep 2013 4:06 PM
Mary Zinke

This is how the announcement for Fairplex race 2 sounded to me: "Please note that the 6 Punxsutawney Phil was disqualified from second to third because the race was 4 furlongs and not 3, so he was about ready to pass out. Sorry, Mary Z."  I realize no one else heard it that way.  Will try again tomorrow.  

07 Sep 2013 4:38 PM
Little Bill

I am playing CD and Ky Downs today.

CD 8) I will box the 4 7 8 10 and key the 8. Last race might be sneaky good, only two races as a 4yo.

07 Sep 2013 4:40 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Trying again tomorrow is far better than not.  

07 Sep 2013 6:16 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Fugue -

Happy you are vested somewhere.

I prefer the 9 Ice Cream Silence from the common race.  Each, the 8 and 9, will need an unexpected (my view) regression from Flashy.

07 Sep 2013 6:22 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Anyone have thoughts on this last out Ellis Park winner Runway Giant (8-1) who goes as the CD 46 tonight.  I'm not one to relish the 5.5f to 7f+ stretch, but I do like this one's chances to be much better than she looks.

07 Sep 2013 6:35 PM
Little Bill

Nothing wrong with the 9, more a case of can't bet them all. Looks like one of those races where there's no true front runner. I suspect anyone that has will try today. If Flower is on or near, and should be, she'll be dangerous. I would not be surprised if Romans sent Molly. We've all seen that before.

Last swing at KD. 6 Preferential.

07 Sep 2013 6:45 PM
Plod Boy Phil

I'll take your word for it that I've seen it before,  the Romans thing.  Would not know if I had or hadn't,  but considering the number of races I see a year,  it has many features of the classic 'no brainer'.

07 Sep 2013 6:52 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Wineman -

You'll have to do better than that,  Flow or no Flow,  to compete with this group of regulars.

07 Sep 2013 6:55 PM
Plod Boy Phil

CD R3 Update:

Made a very, very rare DD Wheel all/6 - caught an apparent overlay in the 3rd race winner Quip Trip.

07 Sep 2013 7:05 PM
Little Bill

Preferential- From memory, the only horse to lose the lead that late in the game all day. Charts tomorrow.

07 Sep 2013 7:07 PM
Plod Boy Phil

As beats go (CD 4th),  not a good one.

07 Sep 2013 7:33 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Fugue -

Are you tabbing a Speed bias for those going 'up the hill and down the dip'....?

Luke.

07 Sep 2013 7:36 PM
derbygal

CD R7 Ex Bx 2,3,4,8,9

07 Sep 2013 9:02 PM
Little Bill

Race 4) CD agree, heartbreak.

CD 7) What a name game in this one.

07 Sep 2013 9:03 PM
derbygal

CD R7 Dale Romans has the Winner and the Place horses in Iroquois Stakes Gr.3, first race for earning Road to the Derby points.

07 Sep 2013 9:27 PM
Mary Zinke

Fairplex day 3: r7, #9 Baby Tate.

08 Sep 2013 5:19 AM
Secreteriat

Fairplex R3 6 Compulsive

08 Sep 2013 7:39 AM
Plod Boy Phil

Congrats to those that remained on the Departing train - Bashaar dreadful

08 Sep 2013 9:53 AM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Sunday,  Day 3

Race 4) 2 Illicit Affair (is there another kind?) - exits 'QtZ' move in an Extreme Race for Closers.

08 Sep 2013 9:56 AM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Contest Scoreboard:

Phil - 0

Mary - 0

derbygal - 0

wineman - 0

Welcome Secretariat

08 Sep 2013 10:14 AM
Pedigree Ann

I had not been 'capping to bet or done any betting for several months. Health, traveling, and other duties sapping brain power.

Tried to get back into it last night at CD and rediscovered that I am no good at stakes races. Claimers, and especially maiden claimers, are my milieu. Now a $7 winner may be nothing to crow about, but a firster who is a 3/4-brother to Into Mischief from the Asmussen barn going off at 5/2 was a gift.

So why do so many of the on-line the handicapping contests seem to emphasize picking stakes races? True, it takes a special skill to pick stakes races, but they are a small minority of all races. Okay, it's sour grapes. I haven't won an on-line contest since the Keeneland spring meet of 2005, when one made picks for the whole card.

08 Sep 2013 10:42 AM
Secreteriat

P/Ann

We all have different strategies,

Over 46 years of betting and  many loosing bets thought me that stakes races are the best bets because the key is to follow the money!Every horse

Every horse in there is to get a piece even if it is fifth place. For example Departing towered over his competition yesterday so I keyed him on top with four horses in 2nd 3rd and fourth.in the super  The 5 finished 2nd to him at MTR and the 6 was part of an entry by a very shrewd trainer.

The payoff was 330.00 for a very nice return. By the way Steve Assmussen is very good at Churchill especially with 2 yr olds. He trained a 2 yr old for us a few years ago and took us to the Preakness. I bet all his horses win and place yesterday and he had 3 winners.

08 Sep 2013 12:00 PM
wineman

r9  number  7 fear the beard  for the contest

08 Sep 2013 12:55 PM
Plod Boy Phil

good pick wineman

08 Sep 2013 1:32 PM
Mary Zinke

Love affair, Phil.  Doesn't have to be illicit.  

08 Sep 2013 2:42 PM
derbygal

Fairplex (BSR)

R2 #5 Defensive Move

08 Sep 2013 3:14 PM
Mary Zinke

That was some pitiful backing up by the 9 in the 7th.  

08 Sep 2013 6:36 PM
KY VET

is 8 winners in 13 starts good for an owner?  

08 Sep 2013 11:54 PM
Secreteriat

Pedigree Ann

Here is a play for you today

Presque Isle Race 6

Super 10 Groupie Doll/W 9 Judy the Beauty/W 2-7-11 W 2-7-11

Insurance TRI  9 W 10 W 2-7-11

Good luck

09 Sep 2013 8:34 AM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Contest through Week 1 (3 picks):

wineman - $3.60

Phil - 0

Mary - 0

derbygal - 0

secretariat - 0

Back at it Wednesday.

09 Sep 2013 9:38 AM
Mary Zinke

You want to hear YES and not horse for course or picked the right spots or the credit goes to the horse. So, YES, that is a 61.5+ win percent. I posted a big congrats at the last blog. I am happy for you despite this sounding like a scolding.

10 Sep 2013 3:57 AM
Pedigree Ann

Sec - I'm too cheap at the moment for proper coverage in exotics. WP or across the board are where I am right now. Have to work back into things gradually.

10 Sep 2013 9:32 AM
Secreteriat

Ann,

Not cheap, wise!

W/P cash a lot more often than exotics.

Judy the Beuty disappointed me in her last 2 starts. She fell in the gate at Sarataga and was scratched which cost me a pick 4 and yesterday could not get 2nd and cost me the super.

10 Sep 2013 1:05 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Tuesday Indiana Downs

R5) 1 Sinister Spinner (7/2) was the run-off leader of an Extreme Race for Closers going 8f in last. Turns back to this 5f turf sprint.  Worked -3 days, if you like that sort of thing.

10 Sep 2013 1:56 PM
Plod Boy Phil

I dove headlong into the same 'turn back' trap I cautioned Kevin on regarding a runner he liked a Saratoga fitting that bill.

Sinister Spinner had not gone one turn on the turf in 13 months,  thus he was a true router that would be unlikely to handle the demands required with such a distance change.

Poorly done, that.

10 Sep 2013 3:56 PM
Rusty Weisner

Plod Boy Phil,

Nice note-to-self.  I, too, jump at a horse with proven sprint ability who's run fast for 6f of a route and turns back, particularly on turf.  Or a router second back after a layoff after running a sprint his first back.  Or a maiden claimer stretching out and getting blinkers.  Makes me want to pick up the Form...

11 Sep 2013 10:34 AM
Coldfacts

The 2nd race at Belmont Park is for 2YOs and will be contested over 8.5F on the turf. I happened to love turf races for youngsters as the prospect for upsets are far greater than dirt races contested by them.

The field is small with only 7 starters. However, what it lacks in quantity it should have in quality. The majority of the field represents some of the top sires in the US.

In reviewing the pedigree of the entrants I noticed that one of the colts (Danaus) was sired by the relatively unknown German bred Ambassador.  His record reflects 4 wins from 24 starts with earnings of $191K.

Why is a progeny of this moderate performer worth reviewing?

Two bits of information:

His sire Acatenango won 16 of 24 starts and at one point 13 consecutive races. He is a German racehorse legend who was 3 times HOY and Champion-Sire 1993, 1995, 1997 & 1999.

Ambassador bred only 3 mares in 2010. Small books are known to produce top class horses.

Of the three mares he bred one was sired by Belmont winner Empire Maker out of a Seattle Slew broodmare. For this nonentity stallion, this was probably the best bred mare he has covered.

Danaus has made one start to date at 6F on dirt at Saratoga. He showed some tactical speed before weakening. Clearly 6F and dirt is not what is required for this colt to be competitive. His sire and grandsire won at 11F on turf. His 1st and 2nd dam sires won at 12F. He appears to have a turf pedigree with plenty of stamina.

Could he be a good horse from a stallion covering a miniscule book?

Who knows! What is known is that they are all unknown quantities at this point. The risk associated with placing a small wager on the Giants Causeway sired Social Affair is similar to that of wagering Danaus. However, the potential reward will be significantly greater on the latter at ML of 12-1.

11 Sep 2013 11:30 AM
Plod Boy Phil

Rusty -

Investing money or not,  you should always have paper handy. Reviewing PPs and results is what makes you better.  With free forms out there with most ADWs, seems 'handicapping' a few races a day three times a week is just part of the education.

11 Sep 2013 11:50 AM
Plod Boy Phil

Coldfacts -

Believe it or not,  this one intrigues me. I'll be intrigued even more when the colt receives Lasix.

Thanks.

11 Sep 2013 11:54 AM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Contest Day 4

R1) 7 Floatthrutheair (5/2): was a bit slow to start in lone dirt sprint at SA when rushed to press the modest vs Zip Winner. Blinkers and gate drill -5 days put him on top from an outside draw.

11 Sep 2013 12:43 PM
KY VET

bel...race 1.....#3 cue the moon...

11 Sep 2013 1:01 PM
Secreteriat

Fair Contest Day 4

R4) 6 Ritual Hills

11 Sep 2013 1:21 PM
KY VET

bel race 3 -100......100w/p #7 streets of fire

11 Sep 2013 2:08 PM
KY VET

ka-boom! streets of fire 5 to 1? really? yes....this game is still easy! -100 +600 = +500....went down after race? 4-1

11 Sep 2013 2:19 PM
Plod Boy Phil

VET-

FAIR contest is easy pickings for you. Get in.

11 Sep 2013 3:30 PM
derbygal

Fairplex.

R8) 6 Rossi Reserve

11 Sep 2013 5:37 PM
wineman

fairplex race 4   the 6   gets the money

11 Sep 2013 6:16 PM
wineman

didn't see that someone else pick the  4 6 does that qualify  lol

11 Sep 2013 6:18 PM
Mary Zinke

Derby Gal, GL,I was thinking about that one.

11 Sep 2013 6:25 PM
Mary Zinke

R8, 1 Wild In The Saddle. I'm up against Derby Gal's #6.  She stole my pick, lol.  Early bird gets the worm.

11 Sep 2013 6:49 PM
KY VET

fplx race 10...#9 wise boss.......

11 Sep 2013 8:03 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Fairplex Not a contest pick

R6) 7 Raetodandty looks too fast for these if right. They did pass a lot of fair events since the good dirt race,  but I will play along.

11 Sep 2013 9:01 PM
Mary Zinke

And this is why my "love affair" with Fairplex continues.  

11 Sep 2013 10:03 PM
Mary Zinke

P.S., sarcasm.

11 Sep 2013 10:04 PM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Contest Leader Board - Day 4

derbygal - $8.60

wineman - $3.60

Phil - $2.80

Mary - 0

Secretariat - 0

Ok, 'slow train' the style of choice for most of us....14 days left.

11 Sep 2013 10:16 PM
Plod Boy Phil

The FAIR Contest fee is the best in town.

It's not wide open,  but it's free.

11 Sep 2013 10:19 PM
Little Bill

Contest pick. Race 9) 5

11 Sep 2013 10:20 PM
Plod Boy Phil

A poorly done 'Quick to post standings' move by me - I also forgot the VET has not run yet.

11 Sep 2013 10:30 PM
Mary Zinke

Tomorrow's Fairplex pick: I Buy Gold, r 7.  

11 Sep 2013 11:42 PM
wineman

pick for thurs  6th race no 2

12 Sep 2013 6:19 AM
Secreteriat

Fair Contest

R9)5 Distant Image

12 Sep 2013 9:13 AM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Contest Day 5

R5) 7 Cabbage - like her last and she has the Square Eddie factor.

12 Sep 2013 12:36 PM
Plod Boy Phil

correction:  R5) #8 Cabbage (head)

12 Sep 2013 12:39 PM
Plod Boy Phil

Just read the news on Mentor Cane.  Very unfortunate.  I guess the problem turning left meant something after all....

12 Sep 2013 3:54 PM
KY VET

fplx race 5 #9 frandonjudge

12 Sep 2013 5:47 PM
derbygal

Fairplex (BSR)

R6) R6 3 Cori Celesti

12 Sep 2013 5:49 PM
derbygal

Fairplex

R6 3) #3 Cori Celesti, I sent this pick thru at 5:49, but I do not see it on here.

12 Sep 2013 5:59 PM
derbygal

Just now came thru.

12 Sep 2013 6:00 PM
Mary Zinke

g.d. inquiry after I screamed.

12 Sep 2013 6:40 PM
Mary Zinke

Looked like the fetchin 1 started the bumping.

12 Sep 2013 6:42 PM
Mary Zinke

f that. Oh yah, I really love Fairplex. For frickin sure.  Imagine my expression right about now.  See ya for more torture tomorrow.

12 Sep 2013 6:45 PM
Mary Zinke

gdamnit

12 Sep 2013 6:45 PM
Mary Zinke

Friday(the 13th's) Fairplex contest offering: r8, 10 Patriotic Lion.

12 Sep 2013 10:18 PM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Contest thru Day 5

winemsn - $14.80

derbygal - $8.60

Mary - $6.00 (ouch!)

Phil - $2.80

Secretariat - 0

Fugue - 0

VET - 0

13 Sep 2013 8:46 AM
Plod Boy Phil

Mary - very unfortunate

Alls FAIR

13 Sep 2013 8:47 AM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Day 6

R10) 4 Top Knot

13 Sep 2013 8:53 AM
Plod Boy Phil

Day 6, Friday the 13th, of course

13 Sep 2013 8:54 AM
wineman

fairplex pic fri 13th  race 5  no 2

13 Sep 2013 10:03 AM
Pedigree Ann

Should have mentioned it earlier, but brain was still stuck over the Atlantic. Martin Pedroza, who is a journeyman at the one-milers, has been the master of Pomona for many years. David Flores, I believe, beat him out a year or two ago, but Martin always rides more than his share of winners there. Martin Garcia cut his teeth at Hastings in Vancouver, which is also a 5f track. Agapito Delgadillo regularly rides at the 5f Los Alomitos track, TB and QH races.

Just checked the standings. Yup, Martin is leading again, and the kid Martin Garcia is 2/2. Too late to be much good for you, I fear. Couple of youngsters, Quinonez (tilde over the first n) and Maldonado making some noise.

13 Sep 2013 10:57 AM
Secreteriat

F/P

R5) #2 Runway Wildcat

13 Sep 2013 2:58 PM
wineman

fairplex sept 14 pick  race 4  no 1

14 Sep 2013 8:13 AM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Contest Standings thru Day 6

wineman - $22.00

derbygal - $8.60

Secretariat - $7.20

Mary - $6.00

Phil - $5.40

14 Sep 2013 11:08 AM
Plod Boy Phil

FAIR Day 7

R10) 7 Side Letter

14 Sep 2013 11:35 AM
Plod Boy Phil

Two important 2yo turf races at Woodbine today-

7) G2 Natalma

9)  G2 Summer

Late P4

7) All - downgrade the 4

8) 2 - upgrade win, drop, turnb

9) 7 - upgrade his 'vs' debut

10) 13 - upgraded win

14 Sep 2013 11:58 AM
Secreteriat

F/P Contest

R7)#5 Blake

14 Sep 2013 1:34 PM
Mary Zinke

Made a quick pick of Usurp in r7, Phil.

14 Sep 2013 3:15 PM
derbygal

Fairplex (BSR)

R9) 2 Candy's Sunrise

14 Sep 2013 3:41 PM
wineman

sunday fairplex pic  race 2  no 1

15 Sep 2013 9:54 AM

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