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.



Wednesday, July 26, 2017


Hoping to Get Lucky in Honorable Miss


Wednesday's feature is the G2 Honorable Miss for older filly and mare sprinters has drawn the proverbial small but select field, and we think value is available.

On form, invading Finley'sluckycharm (7-2) has the best from at the trip. In fact, in five starts, three as a newly matured 4YO, she has yet to suffer defeat.

She looms the potential controlling speed, gets a few pounds from her major rivals, and is nicely drawn outside in a compact field.

Taking Finley'sluckycharm to win at 5-2 or greater and an exacta box with 2017 dual G1-winning Paulassilverlining (6-5).

*****

Number of Selections since 2007: 2334

Number of Win and Place Finishes: 700-464

Amount Wagered: $4,668 [$2 to win only]

Total Dollar Return on Investment: $4,767.50

Exacta Finishes All Selections since 2007: .498%

Profit to Date:
$99.50

Written by John Pricci



 
 

Monday, July 24, 2017


A Play--and an Apology


First the apology. Yesterday I do believe was the first unintended missed deadline in 10 years; there's always a first time, I suppose.

Not making excuses, just a short explanation that we've been dealing with some health issues on the home front, and I guess my brain was on overload.

You saw that "headline" Sunday FRA;;that was intended as a place holder, a space that went unfilled.

Sorry, again, but no full blown analysis here. I did do the work however and there's value in today's Caress Stakes at 5-1/2 furlongs on turf.

Taking versatile Miss Ella (8-1) to win at 5-1 or greater and key-boxing exactas with Fair Point (9-2) and maturing Ruby Notion (8-1).

Will atch up with Running Totals on Wednesday. Thanks for your loyalty and patience...

Written by John Pricci



 
 

Sunday, July 23, 2017


Distance Will Prove the Difference in CCAO


In the Acorn at Belmont we thought Abel Tasman (8-5) might be vulnerable on the cutback to a one-turn mile and tried to beat her with Salty (5-2). As it turned out, both fillies ran great and Salty might have had to do more work, so we'll take her back today, right?

Not so fast my friends. The CCAO is nine furlongs, which is Abel Tasman's wheelhouse and she wouldn't be here unless she impressed her trainer in her final work. She did, and she's here, and she will be a very tough out.

Taking Abel Tasman to win, no price restrictions, and an exacta box with Salty.

*****

Number of Selections since 2007: 2332

Number of Win and Place Finishes: 698-464

Amount Wagered: $4,664 [$2 to win only]

Total Dollar Return on Investment: $4,755.90

Exacta Finishes All Selections since 2007: .498%

Profit to Date:
$91.80

Written by John Pricci



 
 

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