Friday, CD, RACE 4: Providing that the fourth race on Oaks Friday is run on the turf, how could I Can Do Anything (7-2) not be the single that starts the second Pick 4 of the afternoon? I acknowledge that Life Mission (3-1) had the much tougher trip when they met at Keeneland Apr. 13, but post positions, 3 and 12, respectively, favor the former, not the latter. Guess that's why they call it gambling.


NOTE: Listed choices delineate contenders in groupings of A's, B's and C's. The latter two rankings, B's and C's, are horses which ideally should be used in multiple vertical combinations--exactas, super-exotics, and the like. As such, 'B' and 'C' horses can be moved up or down the scale--only one level each way-- reflecting the reader's opinions. 'A' horses are prime choices which can be used in equal measure in horizontal pools. For bookkeeping, when more than one 'A' horse appears, the horse listed first will count toward the running totals.


Elusive Quality Stakes: A---Big Handsome (9-2), Therapist (3-1) B---V.I.P. Code (15-1), Krampus (2-1)


William Walker Stakes: A---Bulletin (4-5) B---Untapped (20-1), Jo Jo Air (10-1), Legends of War (6-1), C---Abyssinian (7-2)


Powder Break Stakes: A---Susie Bee (10-1), Crown and Sugar (9-2),
B---Supercommittee (10-1), Fools Gold (5-1), C---Too Charming (6-1)


6th Race Optional Allowances: A---Ionic (5-2), Gardenista (9-2) B---Shoobedobedoo (7-2), Souper Eclipse (9-2) C---Celtic Vow (20-1) ON DIRT: A---Golden Gala (4-1)


Bachelor Stakes: A---Gray Attempt (2-1), Frosted Ice (10-1) B---Landeskog (7-2), Bano Solo (6-1)


Grade 2 Santa Margarita: A---Starr of Quality (5-1), Paradise Woods (9-5) B---La Force (4-1) C---Withholding Info (6-1)


Number of Selections since 2007: 2739

Number of Win and Place Finishes: 810-558

Amount Wagered: $5,478 [$2 to win only]

Total Dollar Return on Investment
: $5,359.70

Exacta Finishes All Selections since 2007: 499%

Running Totals: Minus $118.30 [[Totals do not reflect results from APR. 27]]