Saturday Del Mar Recap – August 4 (6 out of 6)
Polytrack played fair. A patient type nabbed the turf sprint opener, and a presser and a stalker made up the two turf route winners (rail at 14 feet).
Hat trick for Rafael Bejarano. Apprentice jockey Eswan Flores booted home a pair. Bob Baffert saddled two winners on the afternoon and Bejarano rode both.
On the ticket front I tabbed five Primary (Rolling Fog, Classic Legacy, Capo Bastone, Include Me Out, Big Son of a Gun) winners and one Secondary (Addendum) winner. The chalky sequence paid $318.80.
Sunday’s Pick 6 (No carryover)
Degree of Difficulty: Moderate (5/10)
Possible Singles: Caminetto (4th race)
Best Bet: Christmas Secret (6th race)
Live Longshot: Last Sting (7th race)
Jarrod Horak’s Del Mar Pick 6 Tickets – Sunday, August 5, 2012
Race 4 – MSW, 6.5f
Primary – #1 Caminetto
Secondary – #9 King Maya, #4 Fit To Rule
Race 5 – Clm-8k, 8f
Primary – #8 Asset Play, #4 Celestic Night
Secondary – #6 Miles Heir, #2 Capture The Call, #9 Nonsense
Race 6 – MSW, 5.5f
Primary – #5 Christmas Secret, #9 Secret Memo
Secondary – #8 Magic Vixen
Race 7 – Alw-1x, 8.5T
Primary - #3 Last Sting, #7 In The Stars
Secondary – #1 Miss Cato, #8 Pure Storm
Race 8 – G2 Best Pal, 6.5f
Primary – #2 Moreno, #4 Scherer Magic
Secondary – #1 Heir of Storm, #6 Amarish
Race 9 – Mcl-20k, 6.5f
Primary – #11 Coranto
Secondary – #13 Chicago Hero
Sunday Pick 6 Tickets
Note that the Standard Ticket shows how much it would cost if you used all of the contenders on one ticket. The multiple Primary/Secondary ticket strategy saves money and allows you to put your strong handicapping opinions to the test.