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05 July 2010

Custom Class~Play Of The Day




Belmont Park Race 5

Looks like the racing secretary amended the condition of Belmont's race five just so #7 Ricoriatoa could compete. This is usually a 50K starter allowance, a race that Ricoriatoa would not be eligible for. Today the condition has been revised to 60K starter just so Ricoriatoa could join the field. This gives Ricoriatoa a huge class edge. The juicy part is that Ricoriatoa is a lone speed type on a parched turf course that has been favoring speed. He figures to be loose on the lead with little to no pressure. With these dual edges Ricoriatoa (4-1) is a power play type horse.

Win #7 Ricoriatoa

Stats
20 6-2-23
strike rate 30%
cumulative return $73.60
$2 ROI $3.68
average winner $12.27

1 comment:

G. Calabrese said...

This horse was fractious before the race and likely lost the race in the parade as he never ran. Or perhaps the jock never let him run as he knew he was on a beaten horse. Anyway some rank longshot set the pace and another rank longshot won.

Stats
21 6-2-3
strike rate 29%
cumulative return $73.60
$2 ROI $3.50
average winner $12.27