Pricci's Free Daily Feature Race Analysis

Whenever his daily work schedule permits, HorseRaceInsider executive editor John Pricci will analyze that day's feature race from a major thoroughbred-racing jurisdiction.



Friday, March 17, 2017


Class for Cash in Gulf Feature


A wide open race on paper but we're going to opt with the improving Class and Cash (5-2). The filly is 3-for-5 at the trip and Cibelli is 27% effective in LAY-2 scenarios.

Taking Class and Cash to win, no price restrictions, an exacta box with Aire Bueno (4-1) and adding Quiet Force (8-1), My Point Exactly (5-2) and Silver Dagger (3-1) to the super-exotics mix.

Number of Selections since 2007: 2262

Number of Win and Place Finishes: 684-446

Amount Wagered: $4,524 [$2 to win only]

Total Dollar Return on Investment: $4,598.70

Exacta Finishes All Selections since 2007: .499%

Profit to Date:
$74.70

Written by John Pricci

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Thursday, March 16, 2017


Some Guesswork Needed in Thursday Feature


El Kabeir (5-1) is in new hands maybe with a new approach. Always aggressively spotted in graded company throughout most of his 3-year-old and 4-year-old seasons, he was competitive, then he wasn't.

Now with Mott, he has solid works since January and Joel Rosario's style might suit this heavy headed speedster very nicely. Either way, any of his six rivals would also represent the same kind of educated guess work.

Taking EL Kabeir to win at 7-2 or greater and key-boxing exactas with Easy To Say (3-1) and Shaft of Light (5-2).

Number of Selections since 2007: 2261

Number of Win and Place Finishes: 684-445

Amount Wagered: $4,522 [$2 to win only]

Total Dollar Return on Investment: $4,598.70

Exacta Finishes All Selections since 2007: .499%

Profit to Date:
$76.70

Written by John Pricci

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017


When You’re Hot…


Interesting feature with stakes quality runners sprinkles throughout the field, replete with interesting barn changes and the like.

But, at the end of the day, it's a Pletcher returnee from a long layup at GP, which generally means loaded for bear.

Further, the maturity factor comes into play as Rally Cry (5-2) makes his first start as a 4-year-old.

Taking Rally Cry to win, no price restrictions, an exacta key-box with Bluegrass Singer (7-2) and Adulator (2-1), adding J S Bach (10-1) to the super-exotics mix.

Number of Selections since 2007: 2260

Number of Win and Place Finishes: 684-444

Amount Wagered: $4,520 [$2 to win only]

Total Dollar Return on Investment: $4,598.70

Exacta Finishes All Selections since 2007: .499%

Profit to Date:
$78.70

Written by John Pricci

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