Monmouth Park Picks, Sunday, June 26th, 2016

If you followed along yesterday, I’m sure you had a long night at the bar last night. Left Monmouth Park with 5.7G at day’s end (All on Monmouth picks, posted here on Dano’s site or twitter with amount being wagered). Then left Meadowlands with an additional $817. All in All, that means tread lightly today. I am just as hungover on Gin and Summer Shandy as you. Top of the card is way tougher then the cake walk ending.

Race 1: 1-2-3 – Wide open for top 3, Can make a strong argument for each, Key those 3 on top or Exacta/Tri Box of some sort. Will not play to win.

Race 2: 1-5-4 – Best Bet

Race 3: 7-4-1 – Wide open for top 3, Can make a strong argument for each, Key those 3 on top or Exacta/Tri Box of some sort. Will not play to win.

Race 4: 8-2-All – Wide open for top 2, Can make a strong argument for each, Key those 2 on top or Exacta/Tri Box of some sort. Will not play to win.

Race 5: 4-6-3/5/7 – Wide open for top 2, Can make a strong argument for each, Key those 2 on top or Exacta/Tri Box of some sort. Will not play to win.

Race 6: 2-5-1 – Can make a strong argument for the 5, will use defensively.

Race 7: 5-3-4 – Can make a strong argument for the 3, will use defensively. 

Race 8: 5-6-4 – Best Bet

Race 9: 5-6-8 – Close to Best Bet but 6 does pose a valid threat.

Race 10: 5-3-1 – Best Bet

Race 11: 4-1-2/3

Monmouth Park Picks, Saturday, June 25th, 2016

Did half of the article on work laptop and forgot to e-mail it to myself to write on personal computer on flight home like an idiot. I will have updated meet record, invested, profit and losses next week. I know we had a little bit of everything last week. 7 Top Picks winners, both best bets, several doubles, a couple exacta/tri hits, 2-3 Pick 4 Hits, 2-3 Pick 5 hits and took home just under $500 in profit on minimum wagers. Will add both last week’s and this week’s results at the top next week. This card looks favorite heavy, would almost say it’s worse than the one I called two weeks ago but there are very few second choice favorite selections here, so if the favorite does get beat you will get some nice money instead of $5.00 over $3.20. Also some of the favorites due have a nice ML due to the field; hopefully they don’t get pounded to unplayable. Chalk Up, Get Hot Stay Hot.

Early Pick 5 (Tight Bankroll & Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $81
Race 1: 5,6,7
Race 2: 2,3,4
Race 3: 2,4
Race 4: 1,2,4
Race 5: 1,4,6

Early Pick 4 (Tight Bankroll Ticket) – $18
Race 3: 2,4
Race 4: 1,2,4
Race 5: 1,4,6
Race 6: 1A/1,4

Early Pick 4 (Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $54
Race 3: 2,4,6
Race 4: 1,2,3,4
Race 5: 1,4,6
Race 6: 1A/1,4,6

Late Pick 5 (Tight Bankroll & Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $108
Race 7: 2,3,14
Race 8: 2,6,7,8
Race 9: 2,3,9
Race 10: 2,3
Race 11: 3,4,8

Late Pick 4 (Tight Bankroll & Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $36
Race 8: 2,6,7,8
Race 9: 2,3,9
Race 10: 2,3
Race 11: 3,4,8

Race 1: Maiden Claiming, 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Dirt)
#6 Jacksie would be a best bet but comes in a prime position to “bounce”. Ran best Beyer figure by a substantial margin last time out. The thing is this group is so bad it may not even take that number. Still the one to beat. #5 Miss Shockey has very mixed work tabs so is really tough to put a finger on. Have to think she would be involved with success of pedigree 1st time out and lack of other successful jocks in race. #7 Lizzie Queen finishes out the show pool for an early commonly played left to right post position combination.

#6 Jacksie 8/5
#5 Miss Shockey 6/1
#7 Lizzie Queen 5/1

Race 2: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
Could make a case for the entire field here and would not talk you off of using the all button. I think three horses standout here among the group and I will use them all defensively. The coin flip landed on tails so #4 Untamed will be doing the opposite of her name and try to tame my second choice from getting away. Has best shot in doing so and I don’t feel is as second best as the tote may say. #3 Billypaysthebills comes into this one winning 2 straight, has benefited greatly from lack of pace giving her the ability to get away and never have to stress on being caught, could be the same here, however pace looks a little more live. #2 Rasta Friend will be the other threat to the pace. Too many concerns here for me in terms of lack of consistency and also the change from quality to non quality and quantity barn. There’s always a reason. Would not be shocked if winner though.

#4 Untamed 5/2
#3 Billypaysthebills 2/1
#2 Rasta Friend 3/1

Race 3: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 & 1/17 Miles, (Turf)
Best Bet – #2 Tybalt’s Queen used an exhausting pace up front last time out to close easily off of it. Again draws a ground saving trip, however the pace should be a little bit more controlled so it will be interesting to see if she is a one trick pony. #4 Starship Hostility will be the one looking to set the more controlled pace and based on last race could use the main and tactical speed to get to far away for my winner to chase down. #6 Scottish Sweetie seems to be the other one who will hope the pace is more controlled in her favor with my 2nd choice. Has shown quickness out of the gate and being even further away than the 4, will HAVE to be here. May choose to stalk second choice instead due to the draw and beat the favorite down the lane late. Not sure I want to dual Paco/Pletcher on a stretch.

Best Bet – #2 Tybalt’s Queen  5/2
#4 Starship Hostility 4/1
#6 Scottish Sweetie 3/1

Race 4: Maiden Special Weight, 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Dirt)
#1 Racehorse Haynes has by far the best figures in the field and gets a rider upgrade in JJ following a very good 2nd best debut. Horse also gets a check mark considering JJ is not riding for his boyfriend Navarro and instead hops on this one. There’s a reason. #4 Thought Partner is a first timer coming in with very good works for a trainer that has good stats in this spot. #3 Moneyman is a must add off the claim for Navarro who I am sure needled this horse up right away. As mentioned earlier though, his boyfriends are JJ and Gallardo and they both go elsewhere is this race. Maybe the drugs got stuck in customs. Next time.

#1 Racehorse Haynes 5/2
#4 Thought Partner 3/1
#3 Moneyman 9/2

Race 5: Allowance Optional Claiming, 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Dirt)#6 Snowday took a photo show 1st time off the layoff and would expect the typical 2nd time off the layoff step up vs. a weak field. #1 Partyallnightlong will look to improve on a place effort last time out at the age of 9! Should be a nice pace up front for him to close upon, but hate the hedge draw as it is always a mess of traffic at Monmouth to close upon. May be the traffic, not the lack of talent that arises here. #4 Sleeping Giant had success in 2015 off lengthy layoff and will look to do the same here with Bravo.

#6 Snowday 5/2
#1 Partallnightlong 3/1
#4 Sleeping Giant 3/1

Race 6: Allowance Optional Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 Mile & 70 Yards, (Dirt)Best Bet – I like both of the 1/1A entries better than the rest. #1A Jersey Blues will be in stalking position and get 1st call at the pace setter. #1 No More Music goes back to a two turn race which he has preferred throughout career. #4 Acini Di Pepe will put in his best effort to get loose and not be caught. Knows what is behind so I think he sets something way to hot and fast and exhausts late to the entries. If one of the entries is out, add #6 Ride Ride Ride.

Best Bet – #1/1A Jersey Blues & No More Music 4/5
#4 Acini Di Pepe 12/1
#6 Ride Ride Ride 4/1

Race 7: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
#3 Bully Proof was hurt last time out as favorite vs. a pace setting bias. Now comes back off the claim with Paco on board and the lack of pace and probable lack of bias, should lead to redemption for all he let down last time. #14 Congrats Kid probably has no shot at getting in, but if he does, instant threat to top pick. I like just as much, if not even more to make my top pick. #2 Here’s Spartacus makes 3rd start off the layoff after losing to my top pick by a nose last time out. Beyer in last two make him a must add but the horse got a perfect trip, setup and best figure of career and still got beat by my winner, not sure I can expect more.

#3 Bully Proof 3/1
#14 Congrats Kid 5/2
#2 Here’s Spartacus 4/1

Race 8: Maiden Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 & 1/16 Miles, (Turf)
Will be a battle between two here. #6 My Bucky’s Boy has nice figures, got a tough trip and bad move 2 back and last time out was up against a beast for a clear place finish. #8 Sanad I’ll take one more shot vs. a weak field and figures that put him in the running. #7 Buon Gusto has a mere edge of race flow in his favor. Change of surface at this point gives me a hunch to watch again.

#6 My Bucky’s Boy 3/1
#8 Sanad 4/1
#7 Buon Gusto 6/1

Race 9: Allowance Optional Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 Mile & 70 Yards, (Dirt)#3 Ostrolenka has early speed and the inside draw only helps that. In both starts this year was unsuccessful but Beyer was better than these. Seems to be compromised by race flow more often than not, which race flow will not be in this one. My one concern is when have you ever seen Bravo trying to get away on the lead and not closing the pace while sitting in 7th? Compromised by jockey this time?  #9 I’m Steppin it Up makes first start off the claim for Jamie Ness. Have picked him before and now Ness wins 28% in this spot. Must Add! Wish Gallardo was on turf with this one, don’t love him as much on the dirt and has to come from widest spot taking away early speed advantage. #2 Lazarus Project rounds out the show pool with JJ on board.

#3 Ostrolenka 5/2
#9 I’m Steppin it Up 7/2
#2 Lazarus Project 9/2

Race 10: Eatontown S. (Grade III), 3 YO & Up, 1 & 1/17 Miles, (Turf)Triple Best Bet – #2 Isabella Sings if you are going vs. for anything other than short price, you have to tell me why. Adds a new piece to arsenal every race, tactical, versatile, stalk, pace, hot, cold, traffic, rail, and doesn’t matter. Due to the lack of pace will probably head right to front and wire the field in this one, instead of closing in the Miss Liberty vs. a heavy pace. Mike Trout at Monmouth Park right here folks. Key/All/All everything. Pound, Pound, Pound.

Triple Best Bet – #2 Isabella Sings 6/5

Race 11: Maiden Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
#3 R Known Fact concerning that after a good race on the turf, changes again back to dirt. Yes, best figures have been there but how many times do you need to try each out. Field is brutal, not sure there is another to run with her, and could be a wire job. #8 Pranzare will attempt to run with or stalk my winner; just don’t see enough speed to be a factor in either spot. Has decent Beyer and does take a class drop for a look. #4 Kate n Kerri broke poorly out of the gate last time out and was never really a factor vs. better. Have to take a second look if she is able to break clean vs. a bad field.

#3 R Known Fact 5/2
#8 Pranzare 3/1
#4 Kate n Kerri 7/2

Monmouth Park Picks, Friday, June 24th, 2016

Good card today with a couple of vulenarable favorites along with other races that are quite competitive. I had the same to say last week, after 7 value scratches it got chalky, hope the fields hold today.

Race 1: 6-3-4

Race 2: 2-4-5/6 – Can make a strong arguement for the #4, Will use defensively

Race 3: 4-6-1/3/10 – Wide Open Race between my top 2. Ex/Tri Box with those 2 Keyed on top.

Race 4: 7-1-2/8

Race 5: 4-5-3 – Can make a strong arguement for the #5, Will use defensively

Race 6: 8-2-5/7/12 – Wide Open Race

Race 7: 4-2-1 – Wide Open Race between my top 3. Ex/Tri Box with those 3 Keyed on top.

Race 8: 4-5-2/3/7

Race 9: 2-7-5

Monmouth Park, Sunday, June 19th, 2016

Happy Fathers Day!

Start of Card is much tougher then the back end. Don’t burn your money needed for the locks later in the day. 

Race 1: 4-7-2/3/5 – Have strong argument for 7, Will use defensively.

Race 2: 4-5-6 – Have strong argument for 5, Will use defensively.

Race 3: 1-7-2 – Have strong argument for the 7, Will use defensively.

Race 4: 4-6-2/3/5/7 – Most vulnerable favorite on the card, VERY BEATABLE. Upset by 5/6.

Race 5: 5-6-3/4/7 – Best Bet

Race 6: 2-3-4/6

Race 7: 2-8-10 – Have strong argument for the 8, Will use defensively.

Race 8: 3-7-1 – Best Bet

Race 9: 10-5-1/6 – Wide Open Race

Race 10: 4-6-1/3 – Best Bet

Race 11: 6-7-1/8 – Best Bet

Monmouth Park, Saturday, June 18th, 2016

meet Record: 54 (27-9-4) – 50% Winners – 74% ITM – Best Bet: 17 (13-3-0) 76% Winners, 94% ITM

Money Invested: $2,749 – Money Returned: $6,713.90 – Total Profit – ($+3,964.90)

Last Week: 8 Top Pick Winners ($97.40), 2 Best Bet Winners ($30.40), 7 Exactas ($110.20), 3 Trifecta ($80.40), 5 Cold Doubles ($47.40)

Tied my best Top Pick Winners last week which was a very good 8. Also hit the triple best bet and a good amount of EX/TRI which I never do, so tread lightly going forward with those. As I mentioned that was worst card I’ve ever seen in my 18 years at Monmouth and the chalk proved me correct. I also have stopped playing the P4 & P5. Last time I looked into it, there were 7 straight under $100 payouts and/or a negative 13.9% ROI based on your increment of money bet. The best and even the worst handicapper will tell you, you cannot make money like that in P4/P5 pools. I will continue to make those tickets for you guys and count them in my record, as you will see last week, we actually lost $300 because of them, while I myself did not play them, but I will continue to document for online record purposes. Today’s card looks a bit more competitive but so did Friday’s and ALL the value scratched, I hope this one holds. Get Hot Stay Hot.

Early Pick 5 (Tight Bankroll Ticket): $32
Race 1: 1,6
Race 2: 3,6
Race 3: 2,3,6,7
Race 4: 1,7
Race 5: 6,7
 
Early Pick 4 (Tight Bankroll Ticket): $16
Race 3: 2,3,6,7
Race 4: 1,7
Race 5: 6,7
Race 6: 3,5
 
Late Pick 5 (Tight Bankroll Ticket): $32
Race 7: 1,6
Race 8: 3,5,6,9
Race 9: 4,5
Race 10: 4,5,9
Race 11: 4,5,7
 
Late Pick 4 (Tight Bankroll Ticket): $36
Race 8: 3,5,6,9
Race 9: 4,5
Race 10: 4,5,9
Race 11: 4,5,7
 
Late Pick 4 (Got Money to Dance Ticket): $96
Race 8: 3,5,6,9
Race 9: 1,4,5,6
Race 10: 3,4,5,9
Race 11: 4,5,7

Race 1: Maiden Claiming, 2YO, 4 ½ Furlongs, (Dirt)
Always watch the Tote and Post Parade in these races! – #1 Misschief Mass comes into this beating the entire field already (outside of the lone first timer) in a hand ride, never having to be asked once. Paco has dominated on horses that are the favorite and Plesa Jr. has done the same. #6 Royal Chapeau is the lone first timer that has not faced these. Comes in for a barn that is elite with firsters. Also has a very nice dam pedigree which has produced 5 first time 2YO winners, must add to Pick 4/5. #4 Renee’s Cat is a race replay and jockey play. Really all you can go by as they’ve all ran once and faced each other once. Thought he got a tough trip in that one and Ferrer has some ridiculous stat this meet, averaging $19 ITM or something. This one will way above the 5/2 ML as my 1st and 2nd choice will take a TON of money based on race prior and 1st timer stats.

#1 Mischief Mass 7/5
#6 Royal Chapeau 3/1
#4 Renee’s Cat 5/2

Race 2: Maiden Special Weight, 2YO, 5 Furlongs, (Dirt)
Always watch the Tote and Post Parade in these races! – #3 Bronson debuts for a Dam that has produced 4 first time out winners, all which went on to be stakes winners. Also debuting for Pletcher, need I say more? #6 My Carrots has relation to two successful graded stakes winners which compiled over 600k earnings, has best works among these. #2 Redeemable 30/1? Are you kidding me, 6 first timers, all unknown factors, 30/1? With a 6 horse field of first timers, give me the price all day. 50% ROI and/or 3/1 winner, before they even reach the gate to show. Plus, as Brad and I tweeted about last week, Winston Kay is coming along as a very good rider at the park.

#3 Bronson 2/1
#6 My Carrots 7/2
#2 Redeemable 30/1

Race 3: Maiden Claiming, 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Turf)
Could make a strong argument for 4 in this race, will not leave any off horizontal and verticals and will not play to win. Use all 4 where you find most value. #2 Mojo Rising has very good speed and draws the rail with a huge rider upgrade in Paco. May not be caught if they let him get away. #6 Scrap Iron Phil lost to a field last time out much deeper and better then these. Showed tactical speed in that race which is a huge plus on turf and the barn has a very good ROI and ITM percentages on short turf races. #3 City Elitist Navarro is the trainer, (don’t feel like venting) on the turf none to less. One setback for me was the surprise of Antonio Gallardo his favorite jockey being on the 4 instead here. IMO nobody better in the world on the turf then him, and also Navarro’s favorite jockey? Maybe the horse hasn’t been injected yet. #7 Guinness Spice will have my focus, asked to see one last time out, was nowhere near un-impressed to let 10/1 go bye and Nunn is good in this spot.

#2 Mojo Rising 7/2
#6 Scrap Iron Phil 7/2
#3 City Elitist 3/1
#7 Guinness Spice 10/1
 

Race 4: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 Mile & 70 Yards, (Dirt)
Best Bet – #7 Rosie’s Faith should be quickest out of the gate and should steal this wire to wire as there is absolutely no pace.#1 Zafiro Azul has a very good shot to put up the place/show pool based on how this race looks to setup. Chelsey also is very sneaky in doing so this meet and over the last few years.#5 Lagrats comes off a longer than expected layoff which is concerning to me, needed Harlington Romance to stay in the race to tire my winner for any shot, that shot is now ruined.

Best Bet – #7 Rosie’s Faith 8/5
#1 Zafiro Azul 8/1
#5 Lagrats 5/2

Race 5: Allowance, 3YO & Up, 1 Mile, (Turf)
Best Bet – #6 Boss Man didn’t fare well last time out in a slow poke pace which debilitates his style. Previous to that one has best Beyer figures among this and this race setup should have a good amount of early speed playing right into his hands. #7 Foxhall Drive can go wire to wire or stalk, got in trouble last time tiring in a race long dual, therefore may switch to stalking this time. Boss Man should fly bye in either scenario. #2 Wolf Rock has won two straight but the Beyer figures and competition compared to the rest of these is quite soft. Does come in for a new barn off the layoff which sometimes leads to a step forward, need to see it before I pay for it.

Best Bet – #6 Boss Man 8/5
#7 Foxhall Drive 3/1
#2 Wolf Rock 6/1

Race 6: Maiden Special Weight, 2YO, 5 Furlongs, (Dirt)
Always watch the Tote and Post Parade in these races! #5 Sweet Loretta is extremely tough to go vs. in a 6 horse field of first timers with these connections. Dam won debut as 2YO, connections have all been successful to anyone’s standards, good works, ML suggest she can also run and I’d expect the tote board to tell you the same. #3 Mission Good Karma has some decent works and also the Ferrer stat I mentioned earlier in the card. Excels in this spot and with “bomb” type horses at this meet better than anyone. #2 Discreetly Rockin is only in this spot due to the rail draw as a first time starter. I’m sure Gallardo will do his best to keep her calm because if he gets her into those very good training numbers, the ability is clearly there.

#5 Sweet Loretta 3/2
#3 Mission Good Karma 5/1
#2 Discreetly Rockin 7/2
 

Race 7: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
Huge scratch to the #5, Tread this race lightly now. #1 Outzap has suffered from some gate problems. If clean in this one could be a factor up top. Need to see it before she gets a penny of mine at even money. #6 Awesome Challenge makes 1st start off the claim for Farro with Nicky on board. Will need to beat Outzap to the front to be a factor, therefore needs that gate stumble, if not the show sounds more likely.

#1 Outzip 9/5
#6 Awesome Challenge 3/1
 

Race 8: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Turf)
Back to Back Tough Races, In Part 1 my lean goes to – #9 Stand and Salute goes 1st off the claim with best figure at this distance among these on the grass back in November. Has also had several solid works since last seen. #3 Breezy My Way faced much better in his only turf sprint. Had a little bit of a gate mishap and then a bad trip ensued. Looking forward to seeing a possible forward move and step up.  #6 Starship Thor is a must add with Navarro’s drug buddy Cibelli and Nicky on board. #5 Je Ne Sais Pas is really tough not to pick on top. Has great tactical speed and the barn numbers with turf sprinters is on another level. Better rider and I’m sold.

#9 Stand and Salute 4/1
#3 Breezy My Way 5/1
#6 Starship Thor 7/2
Must Add – #5 Je Ne Sais Pas 3/1

Race 9: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Dirt)
In Part 2 my lean goes to – #5 Tizcano has a ton of speed and could try to clear from middle of the pack and wire the field. Removes blinkers after blowing last lead in same race setup as this one draws up to be. #4 Island Cat will either be with Tizcano, behind Tizcano, or past Tizcano in terms of speed and pace. This one bothers me a bit as there is always race setup excuse, to fast, to slow, tired, stalked, fatigued. Need a start to finish no-bullshit reason before this one gets my money. #6 Mini Cosmo returns to the main track and what would appear to be his most liked and successful distance. Must add to all horizontal and verticals.

#5 Tizcano 6/5
#4 Island Cat 3/1
#6 Mini Cosmo 6/1

Race 10: Dan Horn H. 3YO & Up, 1 Mile, (Turf)
Vast options in here but the more I continue to look I just think #5 Here’s to Mike is the best horse in the race and I really hope we can get that 3/1 ML price. Has better figures and also comparable figures over all races. Stalking speed is much better than the odds on closers which is a huge advantage and Paco should have him in the right spot to reel in right off the pace. #9 Oak Bluffs is a successful sprinter that will now try to go long where success has been had. Will need to control the pace and run back to turf figures in past. #4 Fuzzy Muzzle Beyer figures are comparable to the field even though he got the perfect trip in both wins. Best turf jockey in the country is on board so is a must add to horizontal and verticals.

#5 Here’s to Mike 3/1
#9 Oak Bluffs 9/2
#4 Fuzzy Muzzle 7/2
 

Race 11: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 & 1/17 Miles, (Dirt)
#7 Freedom for D L T was a hand ride winner last time out at Parx vs. a brutal field that is comparable to this brutal card ender. Would not expect any less in this one. #4 UCantMakeItUp can’t believe another one of my stone cold saying that I wanted to take to a horse name has again been taken. Neither here nor there, adds blinkers and will probably try to get clear and wire these considering there is absolutely no pace. Last figure was by far the best of career, Rags tells me a bounce is in order. #5 LeftyGotItRight tends to tire and fade to easily and I would expect the same in this one as the figurers ahead of him are much better. Would venture to guess he’s 3 wide with my top and 2nd choice and falters late again to hold on for a piece.

#7 Freedom for D L T 8/5
#4 UCantMakeItUp 3/1
#5 LeftyGotItRight 7/2

Monmouth Park, Friday, June 17th, 2016

On Friday and Sunday No Analyis, Just Picks.

Race 1: 7-8-1 – Could make a strong arguement for #8, Will probably Ex Box, No win Play.

Race 2: 5-3-1 – #5 Best Bet

Race 3: 5-2-3 – Could make a strong arguement for #2, Will probably Ex Box, No Win Play.

Race 4: 5-3-X

Race 5: 7-5-X – Could make a strong arguement for #5, Will probably Ex Box, No Win Play.

Race 6: 8-2-5

Race 7: 2-6-5 – Race is Wide Open

Race 8: 9-5-8

 

Monmouth Park, Saturday, June 11th, 2016

Meet Record: 42 (19-7-4) – 45% Winners – 71% ITM – Best Bet: 14 (11-3-0) 78% Winners, 100% ITM
Money Invested: $2,138 – Money Returned: $6,348.10 – Total Profit – ($+4,210.10)

Last Week: 4 Top Pick Winners ($31.60), 4 Best Bet Winners ($31.60), 4 Exactas ($145.60), 3 Trifecta ($350.10), 1 Got Money to Dance Pick 4 ($294.10), 1 Tight Bankroll Pick 4 ($294.10)

We had a decent week last weekend with 4 Top Pick winners, 4 Best Bet winners, a couple small EX/TRI box booms and 2 Pick 4 hits (1 on a $4 Ticket). However, those winners and the Pick 4/5 Pool continue to be so chalky and have such little money, for the first time ever, I actually think I may be done playing them, especially this weekend with the Belmont Stakes around. A 6th choice, 5th choice, favorite, 5th choice should not be giving you a max payout of $220 and as little as $46 if favorite won instead. I am sorry but that is embarrassing and a mere travesty to the players. The card looks quite chalky, especially the back end, but there are very few stand out favorites, however the 2nd choice at 1/1 is right behind, so all the same. Was talking with a buddy, might be worst card we’ve ever seen. Get Hot Stay Hot. Chalk Up.

Early Pick 5 (Tight Bankroll Ticket) – $36
Race 1: 1,5
Race 2: 2,4
Race 3: 1,2,8
Race 4: 4,7
Race 5: 2,5,8

Early Pick 5 (Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $240
Race 1: 1,5,6
Race 2: 1,2,4,6
Race 3: 1,2,5,8
Race 4: 4,7
Race 5: 1,2,3,5,8

Early Pick 4 (Tight Bankroll Ticket) – $18
Race 3: 1,2,8
Race 4: 4,7
Race 5: 2,5,8
Race 6: 5,6

Early Pick 4 (Got Money to Dance Ticket – $80
Race 3: 1,2,5,8
Race 4: 4,7
Race 5: 1,2,3,5,8
Race 6: 5,6

Late Pick 5 (Tight Bankroll Ticket) – $6
Race 8: 5
Race 9: 2,6
Race 10: 5
Race 11: 1,7
Race 12: 1,2,6

Late Pick 5 (Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $54
Race 8: 4,5
Race 9: 2,6,7
Race 10: 5
Race 11: 1,3,7
Race 12: 1,2,3,4,6,8

Late Pick 4 (Tight Bankroll Ticket) – $6
Race 9: 2,6
Race 10: 5
Race 11: 1,7
Race 12: 1,2,6

Late Pick 4: (Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $27
Race 9: 2,6,7
Race 10: 5
Race 11: 1,3,7
Race 12: 1,2,3,4,6,8

Race 1: Maiden Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 Mile, (Dirt)
#5 Sixbits takes a drop in class following his ship in from NY. Beyer figures make him clearly the one to beat for a barn that also excels on turf to dirt changes. #1 Tyrrhenian had a Beyer figure that could compete with my winner but that was a sprint race while we go two turns here. Did face better in that race at the Big A but I need to see the tactical ability to change lengths here before he gets my money at 3/2. #6 All of the Chief will look to steal this one on the front end and does have early speed to do so. Think he gets caught but holds on for some show money.

#5 Sixbits 7/5
#1 Tyrrhenian 3/2
#6 All of the Chief 7/2

Race 2: Claiming, 3YO or 4YO, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
#2 Warp Nine will be the one to catch. I see Rocket Man Richie going out with him, but my winner is much too fast to make it a pace duel. The closers are extremely weak in this one and really lack speed. Think this one clears and wires the field. #4 Rocket Man Richie will be out on the front with my winner and while he does not have the speed to compete with Warp Nine on the front end, does post much better figures than any of the closers to hold on for the place. #6 Seventysevenwillow will be the horse that hopes that the two pace setters exhaust themselves. Only closer that has a shot given his tactical speed in a maiden score last time out. Could clip the place pool or win if my winner is not as fast as expected and my place horse runs him dry.

#2 Warp Nine 5/2
#4 Rocket Man Richie 3/1
#6 Sevenysevenwillow 7/2

Race 3: Allowance Optional Claiming, 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Turf)
#8 Twizzle comes off a layoff where he has been his best, however it does slightly concern me that this is back to back lengthy layoffs off a really strong race last time out resulting in his top Beyer figure. One would think he would be ready to fire right away after that. His versatile is what really gives me the confidence to make him my winner. Has won going away on the front end before with a soft pace and has also stalked as the lone speed and closed. This pace is extremely soft which really gives him ability to do both. Could choose to get away or hand ride as a closer. #1 Liberty St. Outlaw takes a huge drop in class compared to his last time out. Gets same jockey that road him then also which made a huge move to try and steal one. Successful trainer Nunn chooses to bring him back right away instead of running through some trainings. #2 Mach My Day switches to turf where he has shown success before. Adds blinkers and steals the inside post, both should help.

#8 Twizzle 3/2
#1 Liberty St. Outlaw 9/2
#2 Mach My Day 9/2

Race 4: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
#7 Hissy Fit would be a best bet for me if coming from a closer post, however now must be perfect out of the gate and clear across to sit for a good trip and catch my second place finisher. Has been very good in the gate thus far so I don’t see a problem which should lead to that last figure and will likely be best. #4 Don’t Blame Her will be the one for my winner to catch. Will look to pull back from fractions that have buried her in the past as she has blown so many leads as the horse has been let go to run balls out at all times. #3 Belle of Bowdoin comes in for Uske who does not win much, but does always seem to pick up the show pool with a closer in a race setup like this. Will not win.

#7 Hissy Fit 7/5
#4 Don’t Blame Her 9/5
#3 Belle of Bowdoin 6/1

Race 5: Allowance, 3YO & Up, 1 & 1/17 Miles, (Turf)
Tough race to finish the Pick 5, #5 Hassah comes off a lengthy layoff with some bullet works. First race in U.S showed a great effort and very good figure even after a bad break from the outside post and later going to wide for my liking. Really only two other horses here that get me any type of excited for this race #8 Jet Majesty and #2 Bai Bai Baby look to be the only other speed in this race and if my winner is not ready to fire, could steal this one.

#5 Hassah 3/1
#8 Jet Majesty 8/1
#2 Bai Bai Baby 5/1

Race 6: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
#5 How You faced much tougher in a race setup completely vs. the closers last time out. Would expect better in this one with a race setup that is now completely in his favor. Should be perfectly positioned by JJ. Up until last Saturday JJ and Navarro were undefeated together, drank too much at the track Saturday, was away Sunday and writing this during Friday’s card so I am not sure if that stat still holds, either way it’s a very good number. #6 Rambling House will make this one competitive if speed is holding on main track which you will know halfway through the day. Needs pressure from the only pace speed on the rail or will laugh the field way. #2 Social Network looks to be in a prime spot to secure the show pool. As I get here, Winston has a pretty nice score on the card. Will not Win.

#5 How You 6/5
#6 Rambling House 2/1
#2 Social Network 8/1

Race 7: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
#3 Little Hitman moves back to 6 furlongs off the claim for Kelly Breen. Finished second up against a winner with a big number last time out. Looks to be the main speed vs. softer and could be tough to beat. #5 Mr. Spaceman won here last year in season opener and will look to do the same this season for trainer Jason Servis who excels in that spot. Pick your poison for 3rd, don’t have anything worthy. 3,5/3,5/All.

#3 Little Hitman 8/5
#5 Mr.Spaceman 5/2
Key Remaining

Race 8: Allowance Optional Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 1/8 Miles, (Turf)
Best Bet – #5 Infinite Wisdom scored nicely for me last time out at Belmont when they let him clear and get away. Race setup looks the same here as the pace is again extremely light. Looks to be uncontested and repeat same race. #2 Tambourin adds Lasix, adds blinkers and makes U.S debut for trainer Graham Motion that excels with first time starters in America. #4 Indebted comes in off a long layoff for a barn that does excel in that spot. Does have successful experience at Monmouth.

#5 Infinite Wisdom 5/2
#2 Tambourin 4/1
#4 Indebted 3/1

Race 9: Claiming, 3 YO & UP, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
#6 Scotland Bay takes a “look really into it” class drop following a win vs. non winners of 3 and now faces non winners of two. Best tactical speed in the race and also brings a high % hitting barn thus far. #2 Isi Antonia not sure what it is but my eyes refuse to move off this horses Rags and PP’s. As mentioned earlier Winston had a big score today, maybe prime for another here. Can’t second guess the gut. #7 Timna looks to be the only closing horse that can stay close and catch my winner. Jockey, Trainer, Barn has good some good numbers here going in.

#6 Scotland Bay 2/1
#2 Isi Antonia 10/1
#7 Timna 5/2

Race 10: Allowance Optional Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
Triple Best Bet for me, Do everything you can to find the most value in this one. Whether it be double, Pick 3/4/5/6 Single. Win/Ex/Tri will not pay ROI, Waste – #5 Delta Bluesman put up a huge effort in a DQ last out where he was by far the best in the race. Very versatile, likes to be on the front end but has also shown success elsewhere. Looks to get all options in this one. #2 Eighty Three will hope that my winner gets into a speed duel with #3 Dad’z Laugh. Dad’z Laugh is not good enough to beat my horse in that dual but could exhaust enough for Eighty Three to clean up the closing pieces. Barn as usual has also been very good thus far.

Best Bet – #5 Delta Bluesman 7/5
#2 Eighty Three 5/2
#3 Dad’z Laugh 7/2

Race 11: Honey Bee S., 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Turf)
Best Bet – #7 Joya Real was second best to an elite turf sprinter in Lady Shipman last time out. I promise you she meets absolutely no one to that caliber in this one. Needs a hot pace and I see there are a few in here to do so, don’t get scared, is usually called upon extra late. #3 Everything Lovely will be the horse that Joya Real needs to close. Has some good speed on the front end and is facing much less compared to last few. #1 Forest Funds looks good on paper with 6 wins as a turf sprinter but look at her Beyer figures compared to the rest of the fields, terrible. Therefore those 6 came vs. much softer and would be hard to predict she’s ready for performance of career here, especially on the rail. Expect her to pick up the show pieces in closing fashion.

#7 Joya Real 5/2
#3 Everything Lovely 4/1
#1 Forrest Funds 7/2

Race 12: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Dirt)
Another terrible of all terrible closing races. #1 Any Valid Saturday first start off the claim and adds blinkers. I like to see the addition of blinkers when drawing the inside post. Would believe that she should be a factor from the start. #6 Kitty Ride has me going back to Winston why not? Anyone can win this. #2 Precious Franca should improve here after getting stuck with a slow pace and crowd last time out. This race does look to have a bunch of horses who will do anything they can to wire the field. This one would be beneficiary of that.

#1 Any Valid Saturday 3/1
#6 Kitty Ride 7/2
#2 Precious Franca 5/1

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Monmouth Park, Saturday, June 4th, 2016

Meet Record: 31 (15-6-2) – 48% Winners – 74% ITM – Best Bet: 10 (7-3-0) 70% Winners, 100% ITM
Money Invested: $1,802 – Money Returned: $5,201

Last Week: 2 Top Pick Winners ($19.00), 1 Best Bet Winner ($8.00), 4 exactas ($87.60), 1 Trifecta ($133.90), 1 Got Money to Dance Pick 4 ($403.70), 1 Tight Bankroll Pick 4 ($403.70)

It was a tough week for the top pick winners as 6 were 2nd best but overall was not bad as we missed out on 2 P5, 1 P6, 7 P4, $100 P3, $200 double scores by 1 juiced out Navarro horse and were still able to cash 2 Early Pick 4’s, one ticket costing a total of $7.50 and returning slightly over $400. As mentioned before, That’s always where my value lies so make sure you put those tickets in before the winners. All and All, more money onto the Money Returned section. As discussed with many this week, Navarro really starting to ruin the meet early on (for multiple reasons), along with the chalk and brutal pool totals. Will be there live with Summer Shandy on ice today, feel free to DM me for meet up and live tips as always. Get Hot Stay Hot.

Early Pick 5 (Tight Bankroll Ticket) – $4
Race 1: 1/1A
Race 2: 1,4
Race 3: 6
Race 4: 2,3
Race 5: 4,8

Early Pick 5 (Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $90
Race 1: 1A,3,5
Race 2: 1,4,6
Race 3: 1,6 (Add 8 If you got the Dance)
Race 4: 2,3 (Add 6 If you got the Dance)
Race 5: 3,4,5,6,8 (Add 2 If you got the Dance)

Early Pick 4 (Tight Bankroll Ticket) – $2
Race 3: 6
Race 4: 2,3
Race 5: 4,8
Race 6: 4

Early Pick 4 (Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $81
Race 3: 1,6,8
Race 4: 2,3,6
Race 5: 2,3,4,5,6,8
Race 6: 2,4,5

I will not be playing Late Pick 5 Ticket, If you feel the need, I put 1 together.
Late Pick 5 (If You Really Feel The Need Ticket) – $72
Race 7: 3,5,9
Race 8: 2,3,4,7
Race 9: 2,4,7,8
Race 10: 11
Race 11: 4,6,7

Late Pick 4 (Tight Bankroll Ticket) – $24
Race 8: 2,3,4,7
Race 9: 2,4,7,8
Race 10: 11
Race 11: 4,6,7

I will not be playing Late Pick 4 Got Money to Dance Ticket, If you feel the need, I put 1 together.
Late Pick 4 (If You Really Feel The Need Got Money to Dance Ticket) – $300
Race 8: 1,2,3,4,6,7
Race 9: 2,4,6,7,8
Race 10: 1,2,5,10,11
Race 11: 3,4,6,7

Race 1: Maiden Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
Best Bet – Have to take a shot again on a top pick place finisher for me last week in the #1A Ruthless T. Was live to see a gate stumble and then fall shortly after in that one and still collected herself and rallied for second by a minor margin. Would have to think a clean trip and a much softer spot leads to victory in this one. #5 Miss Modela also had trouble last time out getting caught between two horses but battled the entire way to finish a game second. Was a little too amped up pre-race breaking through the gate. A more settling race this time will certainly help. #1 Sassy Silk comes into this one with good works and a Dam that has shown some success  at this distance and surface. If either entry mate scratches add #3 Lizzie Queen.

Best Bet – #1A – Ruthless T. 2/1
#5 Miss Modela 5/2
#1 Sassy Silk 2/1
#3 Lizzie Queen (If either entry scratches only)

Race 2: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
#1 Bully Proof will surely be a short price with Paco on board, but is just way too good for these. Takes a big drop in class, holds a pace advantage and is the lone speed. Will shoot straight for the front from the inside post and don’t think anyone will be able to reel him in. Would be a GREAT exchange wager if the rail gives him trouble out of the gate as he needs the front. #4 Billypaysthebills makes 3rd start off the layoff and is the lone horse in this race that has the ability to stay close. If Bully Proof shows any rail troubles or shows up flat, this one will surely be there to take care of that victory clean up. #6 Here’s Spartacus comes in for a barn that excels with runners making 2nd start off the layoff. Will also hope that my winner has rail struggles or is in fact flat as that will play perfectly into this one’s hands in closing fashion.

#1 Bully Proof 1/1
#4 Billypaysthebills 9/2
#6 Here’s Sparacus 4/1

Race 3: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 1/16 Miles, (Turf)
Best Bet – #6 Tybalt’s Queen finished 3rd as the heavy favorite last time out but got absolutely no pace which is needed and still put up a Beyer figure that makes her the one to beat here. As mentioned, does need a heavy pace, but the race setup looks like she gets it. #1/1A Entry like Dance N Denae much more then Peggy O’Prado (who will probably be scratched anyway). Looks to be the one setting up the pace for my winner and could wire the field if she gets clear quickly in the opening stages. Beyer figure 2 races back puts her in contention. #8 Brockolini runs best off the layoff and has been sitting since December. Jockey upgrade will also make a difference. May need another one with Nicky to get to the wire first, but will not leave off my tickets due to past success in this spot.

#6 Tybalt’s Queen 5/2
#1/1A Entry Dance N Denae/Peggy O’Prado 6/1
#8 Brockolini 9/2

Race 4: Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
#2 Jacapo ties my hands in giving him another shot in this one. Looking back on the last race it was a really tough trip start to finish, not to mention the horse was pounded with pressure from multiple angles which led to some ridiculous splits yes, but forced the hand too much leading to a falter as it was a clear closer setup when all said and done. Draws inner post in this one with only one horse that can pressure which could lead to a Rickey Henderson 1st to 2nd steal. #3 Starship Thor is a must add right now for the juiced up Navarro horses and JJ is undefeated on board this meet for Navarro. Will be the main pace and pressure threat to my winner and probably the one to beat but I’m not sold on the Beyer figure transition turf to MTO. Don’t think anyone in this slot can win the race but will take a mere shot with #6 Jumpin Frac Flash for my 3rd place selection. Could have put any of the others in this short field here. If you are playing the trifecta I’d go key/key/All.

#2 Jacapo 5/2
#3 Starship Thor 6/5
#6 Jumpin Frac Flash 3/1

Race 5: Allowance Optional Claiming, 3YO & Up, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Turf)
Tough race to finish the Pick 5, if Monmouth wasn’t so chalky could be a ALL in both the Pick 4 and 5 but really not feasible at this point, at this track. Really do not have faith in any of these with surface changes, distance changes, love for not finishing first but ITM, lack of jockey success, lack of trainer success, short layoffs, long layoffs, so much up in the air here. My arm hair length lean goes to #8 Wild Wild Who as mentioned runs in second way too much for my taste but where else do I go? I lean towards the statistics of consistent good turf Beyer figures and possibly the lone early speed. If he clears across clean could be the winner but is he game off a short layoff? #4 Run for Logistics gets Monmouth’s finest on board with a good statistical RIO with Plesa at this track, distance and surface. However, Paco has dominated the ITM percentage this year on turf but has yet to yield a winner there this meet while writing this. #3 Snowday if my winner is not game could be the uncontested horse on the lead and try to take it home. Also refuse to be beat by #5 Two Notch Road, #6 Brothersoftime and possibly #2 Partyallnightlong

#8 Wild Wild Who 3/1
#4 Run for Logistics 5/2
#3 Snowday 5/1
Must Add – #5 Two Notch Road
Must Add – #6 Brothersoftime
Questionable Add – #2 Partyallnightlong

Race 6: Starter Optional Claiming, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
Best Bet – #4 Shaft of Light is another Navarro horse with undefeated JJ on board. Clearly the one to beat after 90 Beyer figures in 2 of last 3 starts. One of those 90 figures comes in a race at this distance. Navarro excels on the turn back in distance and anything near that 90 figure should be a hand ride win going away. #2 El Grande Rojo looks to take a typical second start off the layoff step forward. Nicky is on board and will be looking to out close my best bet winner on the turn. #5 Javerre comes into this one following a game second last time out. May be third wide of my top two picks closing but if Shaft of Light decides to join in on the up front dual, could benefit with my second choice for a clear closing path.

Best Bet – #4 Shaft of Light 6/5
#2 El Grande Rojo 7/2
#5 Javerre 4/1

Race 7: Maiden Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 & 1/17 Miles, (Turf)
A trio of very tough races following the cake walk and this starts the Pick 5. My arm hair length top selection goes to #5 Built for Profit had a troubled start last time out which turned into a troubled trip getting hung four wide. Faced much better and still looked to have horse left and was willing to fire if not for the circumstances. I expect better second time of the layoff here. Slight concern with both Jockey and Trainer.  #3 Bronze Bull drops out of a maiden special that he never really had a chance in due to the slow fractions. Will be interested to watch how this one plays out for virtual stable and a nice price to start the Pick 5. Probable ATB play at anything over 5/1. #9 Salt Mine gets my dart board throw for 3rd. As mentioned earlier, Paco is cleaning house in the place and show pool on the turf at the meet thus far.

#5 Built for Profit 3/1
#3 Bronze Bull 8/1
#9 Salt Mine 4/1

Race 8: Allowance Optional Claiming, 3YO & Up, 1 Mile, (Dirt)
Part 2 of the extremely tough races as I can make an argument for all but the 5 to win this one. I will take a shot with #7 Jersey Blues looks to be placed in a prime time spot here as the pace up front will be extremely hot and that’s where this horse excels. Will be first start of season, but should be fresh for Mazza. Paco will stalk and pounce on the turn looking to repeat an effort of both career wins at this distance and track. Cannot leave off any ticket #3 I’m Steppin It Up will be the hot pacemaker that my winner must catch. Will look to shoot out of the gate and wire this field. Has shown a knack for getting caught which is why I played against but the cut back to mile could change that here. #2 Eel comes into this one following a huge score and some very good works. A few concerns that make me put him here is the several horses that will pressure up top and the two turn try for the first time. Cannot leave off any ticket #4 Gomebey Dancer, #1 Percussion and #6 Ravelo’s Boy.

#7 Jersey Blues 6/1
#3 I’m Steppin It Up 4/1
#2 Eel 5/2
Must Add – #4 Gomebey Dancer
Must Add – #1 Percussion
Must Add – #6 Ravelo’s Boy

Race 9: Allowance, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
Part 3 of the extremely tough races gives my arm hair length lean to #4 We B Jammin was up against a hot pace up top last time out which is completely vs. his style. This sprint is much lighter on speed to the point that he may even be able to decide how he wants to go about the race in terms of wire to wire or stalk the slow pace in closing fashion. Has a good jockey on board along with a trainer who is very keen to these decisions. #7 No More Music will sit next to my winner if he decides to stalk. Will also be greatly helped by the slow pace up top and I could see this one and my winner in a dual down the stretch. Like the barns numbers a lot following breaks. #8 Mello Groove was a top pick winner for me a few back but faces much tougher in this one and takes a step up in class. Could win but think he takes a step backwards here following a big number vs. horses that let him take any lane he wanted to hand ride away. Cannot leave off ticket #2 Padre Graz.

#4 We Be Jammin 4/1
#7 No More Music 5/2
#8 Mello Groove 7/2
Must Add – #2 Padre Graz

Race 10: Crank It Up S., 3YO, 5 ½ Furlongs, (Turf)
Best Bet – #11 Brandy’s Girl last Beyer figure was huge over this field and anything close to that will be more than enough. A few concerns, possible bounce and the wide post draw as best work is always done on the front end. #10 Tippling Ways uses her tactical speed very well and needed it in her debut score. Will again need that as there are many pace setters, could again setup nicely. #1 Ramblin N Gamblin has some nice speed and draws the rail to get right to it early and wire the group. Servis is a very good turf sprinter trainer at Monmouth IMO.

#11 Brandy’s Girl 3/1
#10 Tippling Ways 10/1
#1 Ramblin N Gamblin 7/2

Race 11: Maiden Special Weight, 3YO & Up, 6 Furlongs, (Dirt)
A really bad field unfortunately ends the day here. Hopefully I will have already cashed out as the Pick 4 and 5 tickets in small Monmouth pools will add up to be too much for my bankroll. #6 Definitely Tonight had a nice effort last time out and should improve right? #7 Barney Mac is the only horse in the race that has show any speed and that factor will be the mere and only factor that separates him from the rest. If runs anything close to the number in previous start should be a wire to wire as long as the slide over is clear. #4 Shuffle Up has Paco on board who never wins the last race of the day as proved again last week and will be the even money favorite yet again. Somehow I keep adding him to my tickets though, even as I continue to give you the stat. STAY AWAY!

#6 Definitely Tonight 7/2
#7 Barney Mac 6/1
#4 Shuffle Up 9/5

DISCLAIMER: THIS IS NOT A GAMBLING SITE. PICKS & ANALYSIS FOUND ON THIS SITE ARE MERELY OPINIONS BASED ON SUBJECTIVE ANALYSIS. PICKS DO NOT GUARANTEE ANY SUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES WHATSOEVER. PICKS ARE PROVIDED TO GUIDE YOUR STRATEGY TO PLAYING THE RACES. MATERIALS FOUND ON THIS SITE ARE IN NO WAY INTENDED TO ENCOURAGE GAMBLING. WHERE LEGAL, ALL WAGERS SHOULD BE MADE RESPONSIBLY AND ARE DONE SO AT YOUR OWN RISK.