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10 July 2008

Perfect Play Of The Day 10JUL

Belmont Park Race 1

Lets get right to the perfect power horse who is entered in Belmont's first. #9 Perfect Arrival has the cutback form and closing ability to get up at a nice price. This guy almost ran down loose on the lead, lone speed, dream like set-up Simeon three back and has since expanded his lung capacity with two nice long races. Should be primed to close like a freight train not that he cuts back to a mile and a sixteenth. Many of his rivals are either need the lead types, speed types or horse stretching out which may leave them empty in the lane. This is Perfect Arrivals first race over the widener which he should relish. I suggest a stout win bet and a saver exacta back wheel.

Belmont Race 1

Win #9

Flat Win Bet Cap Stats

31 6-4-3
strike rate 19%
cumulative return $82.60
$2 ROI $2.66


SaratogaSpa said...

I like the pick. Here is a another one for you-Heir to the Stone, the #4 horse in the 4th race at Belmont-2 year old NY Bred Maidens-this one is out of Birdstone.

SaratogaSpa said...

Update-Heir to the Stone won in the 4th at Belmont paying $10.60 to win. Hopefully you and your readers pounded the betting window for a nice payday.

G. C. said...

Perfect Arrival rated in last behind a slow pace and did not have enough to strike the front. This one needed a hot pace up front and might have had some class concerns shipping in from Philly.

However a tremendous pick from saratogaspa give out a boxcars winner, well done.

32 6-4-3
strike rate 19%
cumulative return $82.60
$2 ROI $2.58

Valerie Grash said...

We must have been on the same wave length with Heir to the Stone: http://foolishpleasure-valerie.blogspot.com/2008/07/thursday-belmont-pick.html