Santa Anita 03-03-2017 Full Card

In race 1 add in #2 as well ticket now $12


In the 1st race yesterday our single ran 2nd at 2/5 to the longest horse in the field at 25-1. In the 5th race the start of the Pick 4 our favorite was beat on the line surging late on the Hill. It’s enough to really annoy ya! Such is racing these days! The Pick 4 paid $55 for 40c yesterday, another low payoff that highlights the reason we continue to keep the tickets on the low end. Another nice day of racing awaits us and we again have some nice potential singles mixed in with some nice longshots. No rain in the forecast so we finally have a weekend of normal racing ahead of us!


Possible singles today:

In race 2 Kensou’s Rythm, shortens up after a win last out, jockey/trainer 40% win rate for big ROI and D’Amato wins 29% winner last race

In race 4 Bezzy for Koriner/Chantal winning 50% with a big ROI adds blinkers, green early closed strong should blow these others away here


Longshots of the Day: Win/place bets on these

Race 5: Peach Cove, Prat rode the fav in here and picks this horse at 6-1 who he won at last, good enough for me!

Race 7: Princess Ashlyn, check out the last 2 best of the days works since the win in January and we get 6-1, trainer/jockey winning 29%, 3rd off the layoff!


Today’s Late Pick 4 will cost $27 with horses listed in preference.







Today’s Pick 5 will cost $9 with horses listed in preference.








Horses listed in brackets are for added coverage if wanted and for exotics.


For races where I only have one or two selections I usually like to KEY the top choice  with the second choice and an outside for trifectas.


When I have three horses selected in a Pick 4 or Pick 5 consider them for Trifecta boxes and for superfecta boxes use the 3 selections with the highest priced horse with good form or top tier jockeys riding, especially if they give a price. Rolling Pick 3 and doubles using selections.


Irish horse racing saying –

“Bíonn grásta Dé idir an dialait agus an talamh.”

“The grace of God is found between the saddle and the ground.”