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Yesterday was a good day for public handicappers to raise their batting averages. With five very logical favorites winning (now 32% for the meet), it was hard not to rack up a lot of winners in the paper/online. But I was most happy with my 8th race selection of ONENINTYEIGHT LAKE ($14.00), who returned in a maiden claimer and went virtually wire-to-wire in a wide-open finale. And if you were one who took advantage of my two-for-one Premium Plays special (Thursday-Friday), you connected big-time in the finale. I played the trifecta keying the winner along with ANY AFTERNOON and YOUAREMYLUCKYSTAR, who finished in a dead-heat for second. Now the investment cost a few bucks ($66 to be exact, after scratches) but the result was hitting each trifecta combination twice, for a total return of $496 to go along with the Win Bet on ‘LAKE. That’s a good way to walk out of the track.

Two $100,000 claims in for 5th race maiden winner AMAZIN BLUE, who went to Jerry Hollendorfer in the shake…THE YELLOW SHEET, owned and bred by Toby Turrell of Winner’s Card, was taken out of the 7th race by Warren Stute for $32,000. Well sold, I think.

Two training wins for Rafael Becerra (TRICK A CAT and CELTIC FABLE, both of which are now leaving his barn. ‘CAT went to Jack Carava in a 6-way shake and ‘FABLE was taken by Mike Marlow–not sure about shake status).

Eight different riders won on Thursday, including William Antongeorgi, who got his first win sinceƂ losing his apprentice allowance. Martin Pedroza was off all mounts after being shaken up in a car accident on Wednesday night.

Congratulations to Jon Court, who will receive the 2007 George Woolf Award by a vote of his peers. The presentation will be made at Santa Anita on Mar. 25.

Hollywood Park President Jack Liebau has committed the Inglewood track to operating through September, 2008.

To view a Free Sample of yesterday’s Premium Plays, click on the link below: Premium Plays for Feb. 22

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