Wednesday Del Mar Recap – July 25 (5 out of 6)
Edge to early-pressing types (2 wire jobs) on Polytrack. A late runner (5f) and a stalker (8f) captured the two turf races on the program.
Another hat trick for leading rider Garrett Gomez. Two wins for Rafael Bejarano. Trainer Peter Miller saddled two winners and Gomez rode both.
On the ticket front I tabbed four Primary (Inner Groove, Lakerville, Suggestive Boy, Candy’s Sunrise) winners and one Secondary (Sunshine High) winner. The conso came back $443.40.
Thursday’s Pick 6 (No carryover)
Degree of Difficulty: Moderate (6/10)
Possible Singles: Ella B Awesome (3rd race), Ever Alert (8th race)
Best Bet: Mary Fildes (6th race)
Live Longshot: Pogonip (5th race)
Jarrod Horak’s Del Mar Pick 6 Tickets – Thursday, July 26, 2012
Race 3 – Mcl-40k, 5.5f
Primary – #5 Ella Bea Awesome
Secondary – #1 Flamboyance
Race 4 – Clm-16k, 8f
Primary – #8 Apply, #3 Aragorn Sword
Secondary – #2 Stirred Up
Race 5 – MSW, 6f
Primary – #5 Pogonip, #9 Bobby Zapper
Secondary – #6 Maker Or Breaker, #8 Level Headed, #10 Taking Form
Race 6 – OC-80/1x, 8.5T
Primary - #5 Mary Fildes, #10 Belle De Lune
Secondary – #6 Long Face
Today’s Del Mar play at HorseRacingNation.com
Race 7 – OC-100k, 7f
Primary – #4 Comma to the Top, #5 Coil
Secondary – #8 Shrug, #3 Bank The Eight
Race 8 – Mcl-20k, 8.5f
Primary – #3 Ever Alert
Secondary – #5 A Day Away, #6 Jay’s Firetruck
Thursday 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.