Re: What's Up With Navarro??? (679 Views)
Posted by: Molesap
Date: December 14, 2019 02:43PM
OK - I will take a shot....
Race 7. Like the rail slot for Mitchell Road – these should be much easier than the ones she has been facing. Seems versatile enough. Will get an extra press. Also have always been partial to Altea – Chad and Irad are a potent duo. Using on a ticket. Using mainly the 1 with a one ticket with the 6
Race 8. This seems like a race Paco was born to ride – the speed of the field on the outside. Like this one in this spot. Unholy Alliance was awful as the 2/1 favorite in return to the track after a lengthy layoff. But, she is working great and unless she went off the rails, I think she has much better in her and can vastly improve her 2YO numbers. Cairenn goes first for John Ortiz, but not sure how much he can improve her over Motion. Will use on limited basis. Like the numbers on Tweeting, but not going to use as I am not sure Dobles can get the same out of her as Navarro did previously.
Race 9. Channel Cat seems like a use off the Breeder’s Cup race, but sometimes at this time of the year, those types of effort seem to catch up with horses. Like the versatility as he can lead, stalk or close. JV rides for Pletcher. Admission Office has been close in many of his starts and could fit with these. Flavius has been bet in every race of his life and broke slow in US debut – think he is better than shown. Would use 3-5-8.
Race 10. Bodexpress seems to have blossomed – thought he had an outside shot in the Derby. Loved his last race and looks competitive here. Red Crescent may get a great trip behind the speed. Liked his last. Not a huge fan of Prince Lucky, but think he is a must use in this spot, just not sure how the pace dynamics help him. Tossing both the Navarro horse and the ex-Navarro horse.
Race 11. Dakota’s Dude goes first out for Falcone – I like this trainer and he fits well here off a couple month layoff. King Orb seems to be the most consistent performer and will be around at the finish. Can’t Trump Kitten has won 3/6 starts and could be better here than his odds dictate – always nice to have a decent sized price that you think has at least an outside chance. Compagno has been off since June and lands in the Schettino barn after being claimed from Morley for $25K. A bit suspicious in terms of the class drop, but seems to be working well enough. Main selections are the 2-8 with some play on the 10-12 as well.
All minimum bets:
1/1-11/3-5-8/3-6/2-8-10-12 = $24
1/1-10-11/3-5-8/1-3-6/2-8 = $27
1-6/1-10-11/3-5-8/1-3-6/2-8 = $54
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