Saturday, September 29, 2012

SPRINTERS STAKES

The first G1 race of the autumn campaign has the most versatile horse in the most disadvantageous gate of the racing day. However, having the bulk of the contenders includng the favorite all breaking from the outside somewhat mutes the handicap . The WAGER# 16 with 11,13,14,15 ¥3000 EACH WAY TRIFECTA

5 comments:

KEITH HAGSTROM said...

Going to bet # 7 in the 8th In Nakayama.Getting 23-1 .Showing similar training as he did in June when he won at 36-1. Switch to dirt makes it all the more interesting. Betting a field ticket at 1000¥ each way

Anonymous said...

Sean here. The Hong Kong horses seem to be somewhat undervalued this year, probably because of the Senkaku problem. They shaved the grass at Nakayama to make sure times are extra fast - which should hurt the Hong Kong invaders - but I'm gonna tack them on to some trifecta formations. Odds are just too sweet for quite capable horses. But I'll boxing 13, 14, and 16 as my main picks. Good luck.

KEITH HAGSTROM said...

Everything seemly on the outside gates I could imagine a horse like Nine sneaking in there. But yeah to your point the foreign raiders have done well at the mile or shorter distances so they are historical undervalued this time

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