Re: Sadler's Joy/Sword Dancer (541 Views)
Posted by: Tavasco
Date: August 24, 2019 09:14AM
It's nice to see you alert at just a bit after dawn. Thanks for sharing the information. The attraction of big race days is undeniable. Barring some bonehead act by Lezcano "The Peacock...." Only nine(9) entered not too many sadly two from Pletcher and another two from Brown may crowd everyone else out of the Tri. Yet I like Sadler's Joy off his accomplishments and what he is capable of on his best.
Now considering his connections point to both the SPA meet and this race, along with a price likely to be north of 5/1 makes this race playable for me. Now I can bet the race early when I still have chips as opposed to handicapping it after race #9 when I might not have any.
I'm remembering I bet Ya Primo in his last because between his record and being adopted by Chad he had to be a good thing even if an illegal. Well his jockey (Ortiz) just mounted his challenge too late and was unable to get to the wire first while being best to my eye. He makes sense @ m/l same as what he went off last time while appearing best?
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