Suomenkieliset nettkasinot listaus Mobiilicasinot ja Casinobonukset

For the second time at the Hollywood Park meet, the total Pick Six pool went over the $4 million mark. With a massive two-day carryover of more than $850,000, Pick Six players wagered an additional $3.7 million today, bringing the total pool to more than $4.5 million. That’s what happens when gamblers get two days off to reload their bullets. And considering that three favorites won, with only two double digit prices ($25.40 and $12.60), the winning payoff of $29,775 (to 99 winning tickets) was extremely generous.

I played a $192 ticket on my Premium Play sheet, and if you’ve been following my picks through the first third of this meet, you probably can figure out what happened. Yep, five out of six (why not, I’ve been getting three of out four in the Pick 4 on a rather consistent basis). The irony is that I missed the race I felt most confident in, using three runners in race 5 (Unusual Suspect, Yankee Bay and my top choice Bernasconi) but not getting close as TYCOON DOBY nosed out ROBBOS COURAGE on the wire. Now if I had used ‘COURAGE on the ticket and got nipped for $20,000 or so, I might have snapped. As it turned out three consolation payoffs returned $654, which means a tidy little profit on the investment. I also had the 4th race exacta for $202 on a four-horse box and the last race trifecta for $113 ($40 play), so perhaps the worm has turned.

Nine different trainers and jockeys won today…after much debate and due diligence, Santa Anita announced that is will be installing Cushion Track in September, which will allow for three weeks of training before the start of the Oak Tree meeting. Musical Agents: With the split of Corey Nakatani and agent Gary Stevens (not exactly shocking news…how did they last this long?), Nakatani has hired Craig O’Bryan, who also has Jon Court. Clinton Potts, who had been with O’Bryan, has jumped ship to agent Nick Cosato, who represents leading rider Michael Baze.

Correction: I wrote in my last posting that Alex Bisono was injured in the warm up for the 4th race before being unable to ride TIME TO GET EVEN in Sunday’s Laz Barrera. More accurately, Bisono, who was injured in a nasty spill on Thursday, went out to test the ankle and see if he could ride but was in too much pain and had to be replaced before that race.

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