Friday, July 25, 2014

FRIDAY'S FREE PLAY



RACE 6

A optional 40 G N1X claiming dash at five furlongs for fillies and mares.

Analysis:

Antiquity likes this course.........bred for the turf.......Sadler trains and gets weight off.......I like this one!


       1. Antiquity    Bet to place
       2. Intoxicating Move
       3. Tarn

       Long Shot Bosserette

HANDICAPPERS CORNER









We had a positive ROI the first week at Del Mar. I picked Passing Game and the late pick three paid $1,500.00.
I will post what I bet....... patience is the key and the bottom line is after the season we what to be in the Black.......... money-management couplied with the fact that we do not have to dance every race.........pick you spots.......

Value is the key........putting $20 .00 on a place bet with high odds returns more money then picking the favorite that pay even money.........take note value is the key and we are searching for value in every race.

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SAN DIEGO HANDICAP SATURDAY AT DEL MAR

Frac Daddy inherits San Diego favoritism


Frac Daddy is three-for-four on Polytrack

Saturday's Grade 2, $200,000 San Diego Handicap was supposed to mark Dance With Fate's first foray versus older horses, until tragedy intervened. The Blue Grass winner was involved in a freak training accident Thursday morning, and unfortunately, his injuries proved too severe to save him.

Dance With Fate was the likely favorite for the 1 1/16-mile San Diego. With the void left by his sudden passing, synthetic specialist Frac Daddy now inherits the favorite's mantle in this local prep for the track's centerpiece event, the $1 million Pacific Classic on August 24.

Frac Daddy invades for conditioner Kenny McPeek following a runner-up finish in the Grade 3 Dominion Day at Woodbine July 1. The gray four-year-old posted a sharp tally in the Grade 3 Ben Ali on Keeneland's Polytrack earlier this season, scoring by 4 3/4 lengths, and romped by five lengths in the Grade 2 Eclipse at Woodbine two starts back. The front-running Scat Daddy colt will pick up a new rider in Joe Talamo.

Imperative was unplaced in his lone previous appearance over Del Mar's Polytrack, but the Bernardini gelding is two for four on all-weather tracks and can't be dismissed from win consideration in this spot. Trained by George Papaprodromou, the four-year-old has really come on since being claimed last December, recording a win in the Grade 2 Charles Town Classic and a runner-up finish in the Grade 2 San Antonio, and Imperative exits a decent third in the Grade 1 Gold Cup at Santa Anita. Regular rider Kent Desormeaux will be up.


Fed Biz posted a game win over Goldencents in his last appearance on Del Mar's Polytrack (Benoit Photo)
Fed Biz, who captured the Grade 2 Pat O'Brien going seven furlongs at Del Mar two starts back, will make his 2014 debut for Bob Baffert. The five-year-old horse was last seen finishing sixth in the Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile, but he's a perfect two for two at Del Mar and rates as a dangerous contender if ready to go off the shelf. Martin Garcia rides.

Multiple Grade 3 winner Summer Hit is a hard-hitting gelding from the barn of Jerry Hollendorfer and won last year's Harry Brubaker in his lone start on Del Mar's Polytrack. You Know I Know finished third in last year Pacific Classic and defeated allowance/optional claiming foes in his other start locally.

Soi Phet is three for three on Del Mar's main track and enters in good form, posting an easy win over state-bred stakes foes at Los Alamitos on July 3. He is cross-entered to Friday's Grade 3 Cougar II.

Earlier on the program, eight California-bred sophomore fillies will square off in the Fleet Treat at seven furlongs and unbeaten Sunday Rules figures to be a prohibitive favorite. A smashing 8 1/2-length winner of the restricted Generous Portion at Del Mar last year, the Philip d'Amato-trained daughter of Tribal Rules returned to the races this year with an 8 3/4-length allowance romp at Santa Anita June 26. She earned a field-best 100 BRIS Speed rating for the effort and will keep Mike Smith in the irons for her second start back.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

THURSDAY'S SPOT PLAY



RACE 9

Five and half furlong for high price 50 G's maidens for two year old fillies.

Analysis:

Jerry a old time sends out a well bred first time starter.....Jan's Spirit......sired by Pulpit and the mare is In Excess that relishes the poly track.

          1.  Jan's Spirit
          2.  Racing For Chasen
          3.  Positivo

           Powerful Girl  live long shot

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

HANDICAPPER'S CORNER THE SECOND WEEK AT DEL MAR

                                   

 







                                 FIRST WEEK BANK $100.00

                                           ROI      1,198.00



If you what it get the full card analysis for the second week at Del Mar you can pay thought pay pal and I will sent you Handicapper's Corner selection two hours before post time. The cost is low each day is $4.00 . Selections Wed, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday is $20.00.





We had a positive ROI the first week at Del Mar. I picked Passing Game and the late pick three paid $1,500.00.
I will post what I bet....... patience is the key and the bottom line is after the season we what to be in the Black.......... money-management couplied with the fact that we do not have to dance every race.........pick you spots.......

Value is the key........putting $20 .00 on a place bet with high odds returns more money then picking the favorite that pay even money.........take note value is the key and we are searching for value in every race.

If you are interesting in signing up the second week full card analysis you can go and sign up with Pay Pal........pay at Pay Pal Handicapper's Corner......I will need sent you Handicappers Corner selection two hours before the first post. .

Best Regards........Let's make money the second week at Del Mar...........Michael Cunnison at Handicapper's Corner
Look ahead at Week Two at Del Mar

Stakes include the Wickerr on Wednesday, Cougar II Handicap on Friday, Fleet Treat Stakes and San Diego Handicap on Saturday and the Bing Crosby and California Dreamin’ Handicap on Sunday.

Look back at Week One at Del Mar


The new, widened turf course was the main story line going in, and it proved to hold up well through the first four days of the 36-day meeting. Enterprising, owned by Glen Hill Farm, trained by Tom Proctor and ridden by Mike Smith, took the Oceanside on the first stakes to be run on the new sod. Smith also won the week’s last stakes, the Eddie Read, with Tom’s Tribute for trainer Jim Cassidy and owner Marilyn Braly. Trainer Walther Solis won his first stakes ever at Del Mar with My Fiona for an ownership group led by Terry Lovingier in the CTBA Stakes. Brothers Keith and Kent Desormeaux teamed up for the Osunitas Stakes with Keith doing the training on Cozze Up Lady and Kent the riding. Jockey Rafael Bejarano showed he’s back from his injuries by winning the San Clemente Handicap on the new turf for trainer Michael Stidham, a newcomer to Del Mar, and owners Ike and Dawn Thrash and Sam and Janet Alley. Martin Garcia led all jockeys with six wins, while trainer Doug O’Neill led the trainers with four. Trainer Peter Miller had three wins, but led all with four seconds. The third annual Paddock Sale at Del Mar resulted in 19 horses sold, up from 17 last year. Total gross sales were up from last year at $2,147,000 for an average of $113,000 per horse. Top seller was Heir Kitty, a 4-year-old filly who went for $750,000 to Navrick International. Trainer Jim Cassidy led all buyers in purchasing four horses. Trainer Wesley Ward’s Pablo Del Monte, sixth in the Preakness to California Chrome, was scheduled to arrive at Blake Heap’s barn. Heap said he’ll likely run in the Pat O’Brien Stakes on Pacific Classic Day on Aug. 24.



Handicappers Corner

            


                        FIRST WEEK BANK $100.00

                                ROI      1,198.00



If you what it get the full card analysis for the second week at Del Mar you can pay thought pay pal and I will sent you Handicapper's Corner selection two hours before post time. The cost is low each day is $4.00 . Selections Wed, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday is $20.00.

We had a positive ROI the first week at Del Mar. I picked Passing Game and the late pick three paid $1,500.00.
I will post what I bet....... patience is the key and the bottom line is after the season we what to be in the Black.......... money-management couplied with the fact that we do not have to dance every race.........pick you spots.......

Value is the key........putting $20 .00 on a place bet with high odds returns more money then picking the favorite that pay even money.........take note value is the key and we are searching for value in every race.

If you are interesting in signing up the second week full card analysis you can go and sign up with Pay Pal........pay at Pay Pal Handicapper's Corner......I will need sent you Handicappers Corner selection two hours before the first post. .

Best Regards........Let's make money the second week at Del Mar...........Michael Cunnison at Handicapper's Corner

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND AT DEL MAR


Opening week is finished at Del Mar.........the all weather track seems to me to have a inside speed bias the first couple of days...then the track was fair from the inside to the outside post.

The new turf course seemed to play even.........great new look...it looks like a golf course as it was design by Greg Norman.  I picked Passing Game to win and he won playing $62.80 to win.... Gary Sherlock was the trainer and he did have a win over the poly track surface.

Martin Garcia has the most wins the first week with six wins.......two of his wins came from the Baffert barn. Mike Smith was hot......big money jockey.......5 of 19.......His horses earned $455,720. Rafael Bejarano returned from a horrible injury.......then like a pro he scored three victories......all of them on the turf. I expect he will be heating up the rest of the season with live horses.

Two jockey's you might what to watch is Corey Nakatani and Stewert Elliott.......both have a-lot of seconds and thirds the first week......I expect that will turn into wins. Stewert Elliott rides for Candian based trainer Mark Casse......watch him ride on this all weather track.......He is a smart jockey that can take advantage in a second a (track bias) and take full advantage of it!

The ice cold jockeys the first week at Del Mar has been Victor Espinoza and Edwin Maldonado........both have not won any races the first week at Del Mar........I expect a much better performances by both of them in the upcoming weeks at Del Mar. They are too good to go without a win!

The trainers:  Doug O'Neil is 4 for 21......He led with three wins on the poly-track.

John Sadler, Peter Miller and Jerry Hollendorfer all have three wins. Miller has two wins on the turf. You might want to watch trainer Casse who has a strong group from Canada.....

The X factor is trainer Michael Stidlham a mid west trainer. His turf horses the first week have run better on the turf then on the all weather track......His all-weather horses are coming in from Arlington Park to the beach......but having said this......this could change.......so watch this trainer as well.

Good luck as the first week has been a difficult week to have a Zen like insight on how the horses were going to run......I had some great picks and I miss the mark on a few.......She's Flush on Sunday was a hard horse to pick.......I miss that one as well......Hang in there as Del Mar is a long season and the it is are final ROI at the end of the season......





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Sunday, July 20, 2014

SUNDAY'S FREE PLAY





RACE 8

Five furlongs for two year old maidens fillies sprinting on the main track.

Analysis:

The sire Tale Of The Cat breeds speed and breeds babies that win quick......Luminance looks like Bob Baffert has a talented filly......her reputation precedes her.......ultra fast works makes me think that she is a scary filly to bet against today in the eighth.


          1. Luminance
          2. Conquest Archangel
          3. Partyin

Pick Four    ( 8 with 11 with 3,7,10 with 1,5,9 )

Saturday, July 19, 2014

SATURDAY'S FREE PLAY




RACE 6            OSUNITAS

One mile and a sixteenth on the turf for fillies and mares.......three year old and up.

Analysis:

Beatrice looks like the class of the race...a import making her first U.S. debut...a multiple group winner over seas.......great trainer and unreal jockey........the one to beat!

Moone's My Name as she needed her last race for trainer Sadler who has two major player's in this unrestricted stakes race. She has run strong races in Graded company........this just might be a drop in class for her.

Pearlside ran last year in the Grade 1 Oaks......Vienna a sneaky good trainer adds the blinkers on her today! She has run in the Grade 1 French Oaks last year having a ton of trouble....Blanc is better on the turf then on the main track....a good turf jockey.......do not dismiss her........she just might fire a big performance.


        1. Beatrice
        2. Pearlside
        3. Moonie's My Name

Friday, July 18, 2014

FRIDAY AT THE BEACH AT DEL MAR






RACE 5

The lowest level of a claiming race 8 G's on the all weather track sprinting for fillies and mares three year's old and up.

Analysis:

This just might be a suspect race at this level......hard to trust anyone in this cheap claiming sprint.

Goldilocks Planet has been off for four months......Vann Belvoir won two races yesterday as the trainer.......She has never run this low of a claiming race is my only concern. But having said that I like the long drills he has produce in the morning.

Siempre Esperanza has been off more then nine months......She is on my watch list.......trainer gets no respect but he can get them ready to fire fresh.


       1. Siempre Esperanza
       2. Goldilocks Planet
       3. Julio's Gold

LATE PICK FOUR  1,3,4,7 WITH 2,5 WITH 1 WITH 3

COST $4.00


RACE 6

A short dash five furlongs on the turf a allowance optional claimer.

Analysis:

The pace looks fast with Wine Police, Merit Man, Artest, Ankeny Hill and finally Rosengold pressing a fast early pace.

Boat Trip has won at this distance......a stone cold closer that might be passing these horse late at the wire. He won last year not down the hill but at Hollywood at this distance.....the Hollywood Turf Express. Check out his works outs....ultra fast as Pender seems to have him cranked up for this race.

This race might set up for a closer like Pure Tactics or Caracortado a game pro that knows where the wire is........the image of Silky Sullivan.......the early pace is in his favor and I expect Bejarano will have a say in the out come of this race.


         1. Boat Trip
         2. Caracortado.......beware!
         3. Pure Tactics




RACE 7          CTBA

The feature race of tonight is the CTBA 100 G's five and half furlongs for two year old fillies.


Analysis:

A very wide open...remember two year old fillies rarely run two races alike. Lost Bus and Singing Kitty look to be the fillies to beat.......I have watch the maiden wins on both of these fillies and was impressed........impressed with Lost Bus finishing with full of run at this distance.

Jeff Bonde ships in Really a Princess a maiden that was well bet in her debut......She showed speed before getting collared........she is exceptional well bred........sired by Storm Cat out of the mare Lord Carson.......bred for speed. She gets the rail as Joe Talamo rides for Jeff........works indicate that she just might be a talented filly that will get over looked at the betting windows.


       1. Really a Princess
       2. Lost Bus
       3. Singing Kitty

        Long Shot  My Fiona





RACE 8

A Cal Bred one and sixteenth maiden special weight turf race for three year old and up.

Analysis:

Come Catch Smart Journey........second time around two turns will make him difficult to catch if given a easy lead. I would like this one on top if the distance was a mile.....it is not.

Unusally Green looks to run a smasher.......He can set off the pace chillin' then make his move eating up horses down the lane.

         1. Unusally Green
         2. Smart Journey






















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