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Offline j.r.b.

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O.P. « 2019-Jan-24, 12:34 PM »
Dirt

PEGASUS WORLD CUP INVITATIONAL
Purse: $9,000,000
Grade: 1
Distance: 1 1/8 Miles
Age: 3+
PP   HORSE   OWNER   TRAINER   JOCKEY   M/L ODDS
1   Bravazo   Calumet Farm   D. Wayne Lukas   Luis Saez   12/1
2   Something Awesome   Stronach Stables   Jose Corrales   Edgar Prado   20/1
3   City of Light   Mr. and Mrs. William K. Warren, Jr.   Michael McCarthy   Javier Castellano   5/2
4   Seeking the Soul   Charles E. Fipke   Dallas Stewart   John Velazquez   12/1
5   Accelerate   Hronis Racing LLC   John Sadler   Joel Rosario   9/5
6   Tom's d'Etat   G M B Racing   Al Stall, Jr.   Shaun Bridgmohan   20/1
7   True Timber   Calumet Farm   Kiaran McLaughlin   Joe Bravo   30/1
8   Gunnevera   Margoth   Antonio Sano   Irad Ortiz Jr.   8/1
9   Kukulkan   Cuadra San Jorge   Fausto Gutierrez   Frankie Dettori   30/1
10   Audible   China Horse Club, Head of Plains Partners LLC, Starlight Racing, WinStar Farm   Todd Pletcher   Flavien Prat   10/1
11   Imperative   Loooch Racing Stables, Inc. and Imaginary Stables   Anthony Quartarolo   Tyler Gaffalione   30/1
12   Patternrecognition   Klaravich Stables, Inc. and William H. Lawrence   Chad Brown   Jose Ortiz   10/1

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« 2019-Jan-24, 12:35 PM Reply #1 »
Turf

PEGASUS WORLD CUP TURF INVITATIONAL
Purse: $7,000,000
Grade: 1
Distance: 1 3/16 Miles (Turf)
Age: 3+
PP   HORSE   OWNER   TRAINER   JOCKEY   M/L ODDS
1   Magic Wand (IRE)   Michael Tabor, Mrs. John Magnier, Derrick Smith and M.J. Jooste   Aidan O'Brien   Wayne Lordan   9/2
2   Yoshida   WinStar Farm, China Horse Club International, SF Racing and Head of Plains Partners   Bill Mott   Jose Ortiz   5/2
3   Channel Maker   Wachtel Stable, Gary Barber, R. A. Hill Stable and Reeves Thoroughbred Racing   Bill Mott   Javier Castellano   12/1
4   Aerolithe (JPN)   Sunday Racing Co., Ltd.   Takanori Kikuzawa   Florent Geroux   8/1
5   Next Shares   Michael Iavarone, Jules Iavarone, Jerry McClanahan, Christopher T. Dunn, William Marasa, Ritchie Robershaw, and Mark Taylor   Richard Baltas   Tyler Gaffalione   15/1
6   Fahan Mura   Bran Jam Stable and David Clark   Vladimir Cerin   Edwin Maldonado   30/1
7   Bricks and Mortar   Klaravich Stables, Inc. and William H. Lawrence   Chad Brown   Irad Ortiz, Jr.   5/1
8   Delta Prince   Stronach Stables   Jimmy Jerkens   Frankie Dettori   15/1
9   Catapult   Woodford Racing, LLC   John Sadler   Joel Rosario   7/2
10   Dubby Dubbie   Ron Paolucci Racing, LLC   Bob Hess Jr.   Luca Panici   30/1

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« 2019-Jan-24, 12:37 PM Reply #2 »
Dunno about the Dirt, but I reckon Aerolithe should be just about favourite in the Turf.

Wish some of that 8/1 was available fixed odds.

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« 2019-Jan-27, 10:06 AM Reply #3 »
Well, Aerolithe’s prospects were completely stuffed by the wet track.

Up and comer, Bricks & Mortar, by Giant’s Causeway, way too good. He was stepping up from G3 company.

The Classic was also somewhat compromised, by an insane pace bias on the sealed dirt track. Just about every leader won. In the event, City of Light used his pace to sit outside the designated leader, and blew the competition away in the stretch.

Seeking the Soul ran well for 2nd.

Not Accelerate’s day today.
« Last Edit: 2019-Feb-02, 05:55 AM by j.r.b. »

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« 2019-Feb-02, 02:38 AM Reply #4 »
Andy Serling confidently tipped the winner of the Turf




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« 2019-Feb-02, 02:51 AM Reply #5 »
Dirt race was a romp



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