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04 April 2009

Da Wood Play Of The Day




Aqueduct Race 7 Bay Shore Stakes
From Power Cap


King Puma comes into this race the right way, third off the layoff and off two poly races. Today is the day where he can sit back and make his run without having to get involved too much early. We know that he loves dirt and he won at 6 1/2 so the 7 furlongs should be good for him. We have positive form, his pace fits right in, now he has to answer the class question. At 12-1 morning line it should be a question that you are willing to answer.

Win #7 King Puma


2009 Stats

14 8-1-1
strike rate 57%
cumulative return 57.10
$2 ROI $4.08

Since the beginning of time stats

70 16-9-10
strike rate 23%
cumulative return $151.30
$2 ROI $2.16

2 comments:

Power Cap said...

King Puma was 20-1 and ran like it. The winner looked great in the paddock and won easy as the favorite.

2009 Stats

15 8-1-1
strike rate 53%
cumulative return 57.10
$2 ROI $3.81

Since the dinosaurs walk the earth

71 16-9-10
strike rate 23%
cumulative return $151.30
$2 ROI $2.13

Cholly said...

Never up, never in.

Andy Serling must read your blog--he included King Puma on the Pick 4 that he touted on Talking Horses