One For Saturday @ Gulfstream

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Race 10 #3 Global Campaign

This one was a wrapped up winner in his only try & was never asked to run.

With Pletcher & Brown each having one in this race, hopefully we'll get a fair price.

 
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Gulfstream Pick 6 gets emptied tomorrow. There's a 1.5 million carryover & local papers expect it to climb to the 4 to 5 million dollar range.

I already gave you 1 winner; now you just have to pick the other 5.

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I've decided to head on down to Gulfstream tomorrow. Here are my plays

R1 DD 481/257

R3 6-3

R4 6-1-8

R5 7-3-1-9

R6 4/157

Race 7 starts the 20 cents Pick 6

R7 5-1-2-3-4

R8 9-2-5

R9 1-4-10-9-12

R10 *3 (Best Bet)-5-7

R11 5-8-9-12

R12 5-1-11-12 

This is a $576 Pick 6 play before any potential scratches. Depending on what happens in the first 6 races I may trim this a little. It looks a little chalky to me & I don't like that. If I single the #3 in race 10, that drops the tab to $192 & leaves me enough Heineken money. an_cheers

We will have some passing showers but it won't be like Pegasus Day. 

 
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BTW..Post time is noon & the Pick 6 will start a little after 3 pm.

 
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The first 4 races Saturday were chalky & there was a $2600 exacta in the 5th. It's interesting that the winner's name is Mega Fortune. The tri was 9k.

In the 6th, Gafflione went gate to wire on a $21 mare beating Chad Brown's heavy chalk.

The Pick 6 started with a $116 bomb winning by about 7. Crash went my Pick 6 ticket.

Another bomb followed with a $25 winner, In the 9th we had a 2nd choice win.

In the 10th, Global Campaign dusted the field as expected. He won by about 3 but the race was never in doubt with Saez never having to move in the saddle. This colt is something special.

The Pick 6 paid 100k in what turned out to be a 8.2 million dollar pool.

   

 

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