There's enough early speed signed on to insure that the winner will be a close-range stalker or late runner. We prefer the former tack.
Bird House has really come to hand this late winter and fall, has the aforementioned tactical speed, favorable outside position, hails from a barn (Gary Gullo's) that's having a profitable 2013. Further, his recent runners have been live and the filly will appreciate the switch back to the winter track, over which she's half her four lifetime starts.
Taking Bird House to win, no price restrictions, an exacta box with well placed Pennymine, and adding price shot Jitney to the super-exotics mix.
Number of Selections since May, 2007: 1441
Number of Win-Place-Show Finishers: 441-273-219
Amount Wagered: $2,884 [to win only]
Total Dollar Return on Investment: $3,015.30
Profit to Date: $131.30