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Gulfstream Park Full Card Selections 3/26/2011

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Posted: March 26, 2011, 10:33 am - IP Logged

All selections contenders for WIN.

All handicapping done BEFORE scratches and changes became available.

Betting advice: 1 betting unit to WIN: 2 betting units to PLACE (WIN double PLACE).

Look for value. Any selection going to post at odds higher than 5-1 is a value play.

My selections are just a heads up to take a second look during your handicapping.

Do your research and make up your own mind. Don't blindly bet these selections.

Best Longshot: Race 9; #5 Arch Support

Best Bet: Race 4; #3 Another Success

Race 1

Selections: 6 - 1 - 4 - 2

The 6, Lucky And Sweet, could get loose on the lead in here. The 1, Miss Richeneeka, stretches out to a route after 2 sprints off the layoff. 

Race 2

Selections: 8 - 4 - 5 - 3

The 8, Harem Dancer, steps up off claim for good low profile trainer. The 4, Lubango, drops into claiming class with good figs. Logical fav in here.

Race 3

Selections: 3 - 7 - 10 - 5

There are 4 first time starters in here. The 10, Tiger Cat Lily and the 7, Skybound,  both have a great chance to steal this one.

Race 4

Selections: 3 - 8 - 5 - 4

The 3, Another Success, legit fave in here for sharp connections puts on the shades. The 8, Knight Shot, 3rd start off the bench after 2 good runs. The 5, Kidstrong Fever, drops in class and fits speed/pace wise.

Race 5

Selections: 7 - 3 - 6 - 5

The 7, Lost Aptitude, should stalk and pounce. The 3, Schleprock, can get a piece with the right trip. 

Race 6

Selections: 7 - 3 - 1 - 12

This Race is wide open. The 7, Trouble For Tiger, 3rd start off bench for sharp connections. The 1, With Mothers Image, first time starter could be ready to win this.

Race 7

Selections: 3 - 1 - 7 - 12

The 3, Power Rules, should go to the front and could hang on. The 1, Chinsegut Bay, camera shy 7yo fits speed/pace wise in here.

Race 8

Selections: 8 - 12 - 9 - 1 (use the 13 if there are scratches)

The 8, Moonstock, 3rd lifetime start may be the charm. The 9, Minister Colin, showed improvement in last start and now tries the weeds.

Race 9

Selections: 5 - 11 - 1 - 2

This race is wide open. The 5, Arch Support, has some back class. The 11, High Strider, runs for Pletcher off MCL win.

Race 10 The Pan American Stakes

Selections: 1 - 2 - 7 - 5

The 1, Loup Breton, has the figs to win this. The 2, Musketier, proven at this marathon distance.

Race 11

Selections; 7 - 2 - 5 - 9 - 11

This race is wide open. The 7, Top Business, makes first start off the bench after just missing last out.

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    Posted: March 26, 2011, 7:42 pm - IP Logged

    GP Results for 3/26/2011

    Best Longshot finished up the track

    Best Bet fell victim to racing luck and finished dead last

    Not to bad a day overall, 3 mid priced winners and some nice exacta hits. Still a little seconditis mid-card

     

    1st race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    4Cane CandyJesus Lopez Castanon2.802.102.10
    2Royal BernCarlos Esquilin  3.202.40
    8Lynn's PrincessPhil Teator    5.20

     

    $2 Exacta4-28.40

    2nd race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    1Thunder BallEmma-Jayne Wilson14.206.603.80
    4LubangoE. T. Baird  5.803.60
    3The Cognac KidPaco Lopez    3.80

     3rd race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    3Miss Dora Paco Lopez8.003.802.60
    6Hear Me RoarJose Lezcano  4.203.00
    5Maya's MysteryManoel R. Cruz    3.60

     4th race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    9PresentlyOrlando Bocachica35.4015.009.80
    5Kidstrong FeverJose L. Alvarez  6.805.00
    4CubaveraLuis Saez    5.00

     5th race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    5Dug InSebastian O. Madrid11.405.204.20
    3SchleprockPaco Lopez  6.605.20
    2Concertos SongHector Berrios    12.80

     

    $2 Exacta5-359.40

    6th race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    9Perfect JoiskiManoel R. Cruz10.405.604.40
    3Wild ApacheAllen Maragh  7.605.80
    6DragonfishEmma-Jayne Wilson    4.40

     7th race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    2Olympic Danz (BRZ)Paco Lopez11.805.404.40
    7Giant MoveCarlos H. Marquez, Jr.  4.403.60
    1Chinsegut BayLuis Saez    9.00

    8th race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    4Chinglish John R. Velazquez4.403.002.60
    9Minister ColinJose Lezcano  4.404.20
    3Storm PursuitFernando Jara    16.60

     9th race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    12Naples Bay Elvis Trujillo6.204.203.00
    6Diva AshManoel R. Cruz  6.404.40
    8ResoundinglyAlex O. Solis    5.60

     10th race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    5Rahy's AttorneyEmma-Jayne Wilson12.604.803.00
    2Musketier (GER)Alex O. Solis  3.202.40
    7Prince Will I AmJohn R. Velazquez    2.20

     

    $2 Exacta5-239.20
    $2 Trifecta5-2-778.80

     

    $1 Superfecta5-2-7-1151.50

    11th race - Gulfstream Park - March 26, 2011

    5Wild RevengeManoel R. Cruz16.607.004.40
    2Wonder BeyondJose Lezcano  3.803.20
    8Time TrialAlex O. Solis    4.80

     

    $2 Exacta5-265.00

    Whatever you fear most has no power - it is your fear that has the power.
    Oprah Winfrey

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
    (attributed to) Albert Einstein

    I have failed many times, and that's why I am a success.
    Michael Jordan

    My religion consists of a humble admiration of the illimitable superior spirit who reveals
    himself in the slight details we are able to perceive with our frail and feeble mind.

    Albert Einstein