Well, yesterday's call on Court Hero proved ridiculously bad and the horse went off around 70-1 and finished 8th or 9th, but we move forward today with an excellent card from Gulfstream.
Coffee Boy is the most lightly raced of the 8-horse GP Sprint Championship at 7 furlongs on the turf, but I'm expecting a fast early pace and cannot look past the Grade 2 win for my selection back in July 2010. Again, I am not a big proponent of long-layoff angles, but anticipate Soaring Empire being unattractive at even money and Tackleberry (3-to-1 M/L) taking money off the impressive Sunshine Millions Classic score. So I'm projecting 3-8-5 for my selections on the Public Handicapper, again looking for some prices.
I also went with Comma to the Top in the Robert B. Lewis from Santa Anita.
Meanwhile, I wouldn't encourage my sparse readership to run to the windows, but will share my Gulfstream Park Pick 6 ticket and will likely play at a 50-cent or $1 increment with a 32x multiplier; the sequence starts in Race 6 and reflects for scratches as of noon ET: 6,9 with 1,4,7, 14, with 6,12, with 2, 3, with 3 with 2.
Good luck with your wagers this weekend!
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