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Hey Dogs thx for having my back in this 21st century of mis information all over the place
This old fashioned free due diligence of one mans hobby has the Superior Tech
confused because of no app dinosaurs style that started before the new math and
algorithm goes deep into the bowels of the actual T'bred's and the racing industry
without an App with one Man's opinion using his feeble brain and its free and time consuming to do.
It's for anybody interested and not required reading. Thx again dogs !
Thank you very much for your response and ideas!
that chart you referred to is the results after the race is official and over.
Its not outdated ! You can look it up with numerous Apps or on the site !
BTW here is the sight that info came from.
Doesn’t surprise me. MTR has been know to produce better female runners. Also, I am following quite a few of his progeny, and the most expensive ones that are male, have just begun to work. MTR’s filllies are more precocious. He has sired a couple of BC juvenile turf winners, a second, and a third place finisher, versus one juvy male winner. This year Slipstream will represent his males, while Bubble Rock, Koala Princess, and Consumer Spending, all should be competitive in the filly races.
Actually, I saw the race with Paratus, the Godolphin owned colt, and he looked good. But I am more anxious to see James Aloysius return healthy.
2 yr old Beyer leaderboard. focus on 8f and longer numbers for the future Tc trail
and the BC Juvenile Races. Jack Christopher 6f: 92 number, jumps up 10 pts to 102 for
1 Mile at Belmont one turn race, suggest a good one turn runner or better numbers stretching out.
2-year-olds: male or female
|Jack Christopher||BEL||02 Oct||1M||102|
|Corniche||DMR||04 Sep||5 1/2F||98|
|Big City Lights||SA||02 May||4 1/2F||93|
|Echo Zulu||SAR||15 Jul||5 1/2F||92|
|Jack Christopher||SAR||28 Aug||6F||92|
|My Prankster||SAR||21 Aug||6 1/2F||92|
You ever see so much 1-x straight down the middle of a dam as this one? 4 lines via MTR and Sea Hero
And Playmate has Buckpasser for a Sire. Reinforcing the 11 1x positions up the middle
within 5 generations, with 3 lines of Hail to Reason in the mix.
I'm still insistent that a 3 or 4 horizontal pick could provide a better overall odds return for a spread of one's money bet.
And considering that at this consistency of BC class shorter prices are more predictable outcomes.
Exacta bets have to be bet harder (whereas a short horse on either end deludes payout.
Granted in the 3,4s one must use the short and bomb odds, yet the ticket is kinda protected to get ones bet amount back.
A free shot at the Piñata. While watching the long balls run a win into a ticket, or say using 4 in 1 leg and 4th deepest final odds wins creates a significant multiple across the ticket.
Also where a 3 or 4 ticket has a runner that will go under 1/1 could get 4/1 or more using that one cold then 4 runners then say 7 @ $1 = $28 and see a return like $228.
Of the three MTR fillies in the Juvy Filly Turf race, most people will give more of a chance to Consumer Spending(Chad Brown) and Bubble Rock(Brad Cox) because of their trainers. I actually like Koala Princess' chances. Delacour will have her ready. His 21% 2021 win rate, and 22% career rate, speak well of him.