So, what does one do when he has several horses to watch return to run in the same race? Well, you take the one with the most speed! Admittedly, a weak attempt at joke making, but in this example that posit rings true.
Food and Wine (7-2) in fact does own the best pace figures in here and does so by a lot. Further, after three straight runs battling tougher, he drops to a winning level, stretches out a sixteenth, which should allow for less early pressure, and Tom Proctor makes amends with beaten favorites at a 24% rate.
And if that’s not enough, he’s been freshened, working bullets for his returns and switches to turf ace Jesus Castanon. in terms of pace pressure and early splits, check out the Tampa Bay Today video for NOV 27, RACE 6. It was too much to ask of a horse competing at this level.
We’re taking Food and Wine to win at 3-1 or greater and going for the gusto, key-boxing superfectas with Fly Nightly (9-2), Kodiak Brown (20-1), Amando’s Team (12-1) and Big Red Rocks (12-1).