Free Pick for Saturday 11/16


Not a bad day Friday as we had 2 Top Pick Winners plus 2 more Listed Winners from 6 races with 3 exactas thrown in.

For Saturday I have 8 races fully handicapped including Aqueduct races 5-9 with suggested Pick3’s and Pick4’s plus Churchill races 7-9 with suggested Pick3’s. The Churchill races are intriguing as the Pick3 is bookended with grass stakes races that are wide open. I really like my selection in the 7th and have two Pick3’s exiting the 7th trying to capitalize on that opinion. There is also three stake races at Aqueduct today, two of those on turf.

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For Saturday’s Free Pick ~

Aqueduct race 5 ~ # 10 BALDERDASH – this Grand Slam colt added Lasix last time and broke through with his first victory. His dam was a turf stakes winner of $250,000 and enjoyed this Aqueduct turf course. It rained overnight at Aqueduct and any give in the turf will be to his advantage. Should be able to rate towards the back of the pack breaking from the outside, I expect him to finish with a flourish and light up the board in victory.

The very best of luck!

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MY WAGERING STRATEGIES I handicap the races and list 4 horses per race (plus another in case scratches) in order of preference so multi-race and inter-race wagers can be formed. Currently, I am focused on SARATOGA RACE COURSE  providing my Pick5, Pick4 and Pick3 wagering strategies. My selections for turf races are 2nd to none. I find value and Double Digit Top Pick Turf Winner as my specialty.. Spot Plays may also be included in the daily selections, weekends more probable. Tracks for potential Spot Plays include DEL MAR, WOODBINE, COLONIAL DOWNS, MONMOUTH PARK, and GULFSTREAM PARK. I'll focus around turf races looking to cash nice tickets.

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