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Old 03-09-2021, 05:20 PM   #16
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$4500 on a dime super. Shifted from small ball verticals to pick 4s and 5s during Covid so hopefully best that sometime soon.
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Old 03-09-2021, 06:54 PM   #17
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End of December 2019. $4200 on a 1x2x1x2x1x2 on a 20cent pick-6 at Gulfstream. $1.60 investment.
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Old 03-10-2021, 09:11 PM   #18
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Not my biggest hit, but the one I was most proud of was having Soi Phet in the Crystal Water (2018) as a single on my P4 ticket. Went off @ 45-1 & just had a feeling the old warrior was gong to score one more time. Thought he was done @ the top of the stretch only to stick his nose in front of a blanket finish.
Ticket was under $100 & returned $15K.

Cashed out $14K & bought a sailboat. (talk about a money pit!)
Soi Phet was a cool horse. Languished at the lowest of N2L, and then Leonard Powell got his hands on him, and BAM. He must have been watching that horse and just figured he knew what his buttons were. He was right. Horse became a millionaire running in the Cal-bred program almost exclusively. The horse loved LosAl.
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Old 03-10-2021, 09:14 PM   #19
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Not my biggest, but the hit that really got my attention.

Unbridled/Summer Squall exacta in the Derby. Played Unbridled across the board. 19/1.

Later on, Patriots Rule winning at StAlwN2l. Another at 19/1. Horse went on to do quite well in the Cal-bred stakes program like Soi Phet.
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Old 03-11-2021, 10:10 AM   #20
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Big Brown losing the Belmont was my best day ever. I hit the pic 4 and pic 3 by using the all button in the Belmont. I’ve got several huge pics by having a bomb or the all button when a horse is heavily favored in a huge pool day. In fact , my second biggest day was when Birdstone beat Smarty Jones in the Belmont. I’m a statistics type person. I look for outliers, over lays and under lays. Narrow the race down to who I think has a sniff and go from there. The odds are the biggest factor I use once I see who I think can win......... or lose. Probability!

It’s the reason I’m a jerk and get in trouble on forums. I know whose gonna be 4-5 so people bragging on those irritate me. I’m looking to beat those types most days ....... or single them. Those are just too obvious to make money in this game.

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