Sunday, October 27, 2013
Make Mine Ketel Won
Two getaway feature on the closing day docket at Belmont Park and we'll feature the Chelsea Flower for young turf fillies going long because there are a few live horses in this matchup at more than fair odds. Of those, we're most interested in Ketel Twist.
Bill Mott miss broke her maiden in off-turfer recently following three good turf tries on her card previously. Three back she did all the dirty work, chasing a solid pace and taking lead only to tire in deep stretch. An anxious type, we're taking her to settle down a bit as she goes post-ward with first-Lasix here.
Taking Ketel Twisit to win at 8-1 or greater and key-boxing her in all money positions in super-exotics with La Reine Bourbon(6-1), who lost significant ground on both turns in the P G Johnson; Zloty (7-2) a game maiden winner recently; Duff One (4-1), who flew home for place after stutter-step start in the aforementioned P G, and A LIttle Bit Sassy (15-1) who finished strongly going long to break maiden after given a sprint run in debut.
Number of Selections since May, 2007: 1415
Number of Win-Place-Show Finishers: 431-268-214
Amount Wagered: $2,830 [to win only]
Total Dollar Return on Investment: $2,9230.60
Profit to Date: $100.60