Sunday Santa Anita Park Recap – March 25
Track fast through first five races. Wet-fast for race six and sloppy for final two sprints. Three wire jobs on the main. Firm turf downgraded to good for G2 Santa Ana. Patient runners nabbed both graded turf routes.
Eswan Flores, Kevin Krigger, and Joel Rosario each booted home a pair. Neil Drysdale saddled both graded turf winners on Sunday (Bourbon Bay, Vamo a Galupiar).
On the ticket front I tabbed three Primary (Bourbon Bay, Gallant Gent, Babeneau) winners.
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Thursday’s Pick 6 (No carryover)
Degree of Difficulty: Moderate (5/10)
Possible Singles: Alworth (8th race)
Jarrod Horak’s Santa Anita Park Pick 6 Tickets – Thursday, March 29, 2012
Race 3 – Clm-25k, 8T
Primary - #3 Lorenbray, #7 Anna You’re Up
Secondary – #8 Fluxx
Race 4 – Clm-12.5k, 8f
Primary – #5 Warren’s Hopeful, #1 Belle Gallantey
Secondary – #2 Plazarita, #3 Siempre Esperanza
Race 5 – MSW, 6.5T
Primary – #7 Nihilist, #3 Perfecta
Secondary – #5 Sydney’s Darling, #9 Swingaway
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Race 6 – Mcl-30k, 5.5f
Primary - #9 Arinyes Love, #2 Zennett
Secondary – #10 Vegas Rules, #6 Nifty Dream, #1 Flashy Rae
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Race 7 – Alw-1x, 9T
Primary – #2 Fire With Fire, #4 Holladay Road
Race 8 – Mcl-50k, 6f
Primary – #1 Alworth
Secondary – #8 Bay Street, #2 New Hire
Thursday Pick 6 Tickets
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