Free Pick4win.com Gulfstream Horse Pick for Saturday 12/26
Big day of racing today, not quite as large as Opening Day at Saratoga, but Santa Anita opens their doors to kick off their big season with some great racing. It also should kick off Gulfstream’s ‘real’ season and hopefully we’ll see deeper, better racing in South Florida rather than the excessively cheap races they have been carding all to regularly.
Stakes races galore litter the afternoon as both Gulfstream and Santa Anita have plenty of races worth wagering & watching. My Best Bet of the Day will be on turf at Santa Anita but there are many races I’m anticipating cashing some good tickets on. I have two solid selections in the deep turf stake marathons at Gulfstream, if we get one home it will be a good day, both home, it will be an awesome day even before we get to the Santa Anita action.
A great day to get on board as I’ve completely handicapped Gulfstream races 4-11 and Santa Anita races 4-9 with Pick5, Pick4 and Pick3 races suggested.
Also available from your Member Account are RacingWithBruno Workout Reports for Gulfstream, Santa Anita and the All Tracks Combo which also includes Aqueduct, Fair Grounds and Tampa Bay.
Today is also the debut of Elite Racing Network which is a racing prattle show to air on Saturday’s and Sunday’s featuring interviews, selections, and workout information from Bruno and his team. I will be talking horses with Gino, Danny, Corey and Louis every week. You can access the show today for free using promo code ‘winner’ – sure to be a hit with intermediate to advanced players alike.
Wednesday we finished up with 2 Top Pick Winners from 6 races hitting the Free Pick in race 1 and the Best Bet as Cliffs of Dover found a rider who got along with his quirkiness and ground out a two length victory.
Gulfstream race 1 – #1 APLOMB – $8.40 $4.00 & $3.40
Gulfstream race 10 – #5 CLIFFS OF DOVER – $6.60 $4.00 & $3.00 w/ the $42.80 exacta
For Saturday’s Free Pick –
Gulfstream race 10 – #5 BEST BARD – this Shakespeare gelding makes his debut for the Peter Walder barn who has been firing with both guns since the Championship meet began. This horse is very game hitting the exacta in 9/18 turf races. He took blinkers off two races ago and both efforts produced strong late finishes. He gets a great pace set up with plenty of speed, I expect him to sit a good trip and roll on past for victory.
The very best of luck.