Saturday, January 14, 2012

January 15th


A 2200 m race in the 12th finalizes my wagering weekend as #9 Florist Life is hopefully well rested to challenge this small field. Also I like 23-1 Snowdon in the main, but will opt for a few Exacta Tickets.

Nakayama

9th Race # 12 Suiren ( 12 tickets) ¥500

12
6,11
15

12
11.15,
6

12
6,15
11

6,11,
12
15

11,15,
12
6

6,15,
12
11

10th Race # 5 Mousquetare ( 12 tickets) ¥500
5
1,7,4
4

5
1,7,4
14

1,7,4,
5
4

1,7,4,
5
14

11 Race #3 with 5,7,8,15 ¥500 Each-Way Exacta

12th Race #9 Florist Life ( 12 tickets) ¥1000

9
1,7,10
2

9
2,7,10
1

1,7,10
9
2

2,7,10
9
1

9 comments:

Keith Hagstrom said...

Hey sean, your suggesting is certainly easier to see the ticket layouts but as you can see I still need to do some work.lol..I made the trifectas all horizontal but when I paste a picture it scrambles everywhere once its posted. This was the only one that stuck to the original formatting but the pic kinda cut into it again. Like last week my top play today in the 4th needed a different 3rd. I handicapped the Keisei Hai from all horses next to last race. If Snowdone came directly from that i think he would be much shorter in odds. The 12th place finish was in a G1 after all so the loss of love seems some what of an over reaction. To many ways to play the trifecta I figured so Ill just keep it simple.

Keith Hagstrom said...

****testing

Keith Hagstrom said...

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Keith Hagstrom said...

hey

Anonymous said...

checking

Sean said...

Ok, I can read the comments now. Different layout than before though but it's fine I guess.

Keith Hagstrom said...

Different layout but not intentional. I have no idea why it changed lol

Anonymous said...

keith here..just logged onto a different pc to see if i can post...hey sean, what were u thinking in the kyoto 10th?

Sean said...

Hey Keith,
I'm doing a 20-pick trifecta formation in the Kyoto 10th:
2
6, 7, 9, 10, 11
6, 7, 9, 10, 11
Lost confidence in this one though. 500 yen each for fun, there's a few monsters in there.

I'm liking the trial at Nakayama more. Originally I thought it was too tough but now I think 5, 7 and 8 have a good chance to decide it. I'll do a 2000 each way exacta box.
Then more fun with formations:
7
5, 8
3, 5, 8, 13, 15, 16
1000 each and finally:
5
7
3, 8, 13, 15, 16
1000 each
Good luck.