Santa Anita Pick 4




July 23rd 2021 $135 Pick 5 Paid $5,324.10 – LINK

May 23rd 2021 $108 Pick 5 Paid $4,513.21 – LINK

May 15th 2021 $72 Pick 5 Paid $1,042.30 – LINK

Free Plays for Sunday October 24th 2021

 

Today’s Full Card is available for $8

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Another short field card to end the week. 

 

Value Play of the Day:

Race 9: Kid Corleone – tandem stats play. Mario and O’Neill are 42% (5 of 12) for a profit recently and the 12-1 price is what this pick 4 payout needs!

 

Value Plays for Today:

Race 3: Stirling Drive was 12 back in the stretch and came on late to miss by less than 2 lengths.

 

Today’s Race 1 50 cent Early Pick 5 will cost $108 with horses listed in preference

Race 1: 8,5,4

Race 2: 1,3

Race 3: 3,2,6,5

Race 4: 2,4,7

Race 5: 1,5,3

 

Today’s Race 6 $0.50 Late Pick 4 will cost $72 with horses listed in preference

Race 6: 1,3,6

Race 7: 6,1,5,4

Race 8: 1,5,4

Race 9: 9,7,2,10

 

Selections for each race with horses listed in preference

Race 1: 8,5,4

Race 2: 1,3

Race 3: 3,2,6,5

Race 4: 2,4,7

Race 5: 1,5,3

Race 6: 1,3,6

Race 7: 6,1,5,4

Race 8: 1,5,4

Race 9: 9,7,2,10

 

Typos happen and I do my best not to make them. Always read through my writeups to make sure the posted numbers are correct. I list Pick 4, Pick 5 selections and also a listing of all plays for each race. If there are any differences, please let me know.

*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.”