Kentucky Downs Possible Overlays (402 Views)
Posted by: Tavasco
Date: September 07, 2019 11:56AM
#9 Ameerah B if this SoCal tourist, trained by Asmussen, can get back to her debut effort then I could consider her a low priced overlay. C/B she doesn't like Bejarano or distances longer than a sprint. @ m/l 5/1 I won't leave out of vertical choices. An optimist's special. Well-bred firsters #2 Georgia Clay & #11 Smashville from under the radar trainers look good in morning works?
#9 Herecomesyourman looks the likeliest winner to me in a herd of deep closers. This grey gelding possesses some useful tactical speed and trainer Sharp is 21% first off a claim. The other mentionable is #7 Magnificent McCool. I'm surprised the m/l odds are only 4/1 maybe someone knows this one is ready to run back to its 2018 fall form. Has the distinction of probably being the pacesetter along with #11 Whisky N Roses who shipped in to avoid Dorian and those who've been beating up on him in SoFla. At 10/1 count me on.
#4 Swanage the m/l favorite is seemingly the most accomplished of an unaccomplished group. Even with top connections, I see this teeny-bopper gal as a bet against even while shortening up and adding senor Ortiz. Alternatively, getting 7/2 on arguably the fastest runner who has to be caught and passed will attract many. I'm not sure why Calumet and trainer Sisterson would bring Tyler Baze in from the West Coast (he is still there isn't he) to ride #6 Bee House (Richie?) in a MSW. But I like her practice and its 4,5,6 for moi.
More to come probably as post time looms.
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