BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby stark » Tue Oct 31, 2017 11:08 am

1 Disco Partner (NY) 5/H L I Ortiz, Jr. 126 C Clement 9/2
2 Holding Gold (FL) 4/G L M Franco 126 M E Casse 15/1
3 Lady Aurelia (KY) 3/F L J R Velazquez 121 W A Ward 5/2
4 Stormy Liberal (KY) 5/G L J Rosario 126 P Miller 12/1
5 Washington DC (IRE) 4/C L R L Moore 126 A P O'Brien 20/1
6 Marsha (IRE) 4/F L1 L Morris 123 S Prescott 7/2
7 Richard's Boy (CA) 5/G L F Prat 126 P Miller 10/1
8 Cotai Glory (GB) 5/H L O Murphy 126 C Hills 20/1
9 Mongolian Saturday (KY) 7/G F Geroux 126 E Ganbat 20/1
10 Hogy (KY) 8/G L J L Ortiz 126 M J Maker 12/1
11 Bucchero (IN) 5/H L F De La Cruz 126 T Glyshaw 12/1
12 Pure Sensation (FL) 6/G L K Carmouche 126 C Clement 10/1
Also Eligibles:
13 Guns Loaded (FL) 6/G L R Bejarano 126 D F O'Neill 20/1
14 Paquita Coqueta (CHI) 6/M L C S Nakatani 123 C Summers 20/1
Odds and comments by Mike Watchmaker@DRF
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Re: BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby stark » Tue Oct 31, 2017 12:29 pm

1 Disco Partner Christophe Clement At his absolute best as a turf sprinter; the main concern is he must work out a trip from well off the pace 9-2
2 Holding Gold Mark Casse Another deep closer, he sports efforts two and three back that can put him in the picture at a nice price 15-1
3 Lady Aurelia Wesley Ward Three-year-old filly will be strongly favored over elders, and mostly males; that's how impressive she is 8-5
4 Stormy Liberal Peter Miller He's an accomplished specialist on Santa Anita's downhill course, which is a different animal than this race 15-1
5 Washington DC Aidan O'Brien No factor against Lady Aurelia and Marsha two starts back, and was no factor in this race at SA last year 30-1
6 Marsha Mark Prescott Managed to nail Lady Aurelia in August at York, but didn't run back to that upset in her one start since 7-2
7 Richard's Boy Peter Miller Is capable of popping with a big effort and he clearly likes Del Mar; not the worst bomber out there 15-1
8 Cotai Glory Charles Hill Third behind the top two at York and second recently in Woodbine's Nearctic; a fringe player here at best 20-1
9 Mongolian Saturday Enebish Ganbat Upset this race at Keeneland in 2015; logged many miles since, current form well below his career best 20-1
10 Hogy Mike Maker Gaining second in the Woodford; been an honest hard hitter for years, but has never been this good 20-1
11 Bucchero Tim Glyshaw His upset of Keeneland's Woodford was implausible both form and style-wise; let's see him do that again 20-1
12 Pure Sensation Christophe Clement Except for one off-turf outing at Parx, where he shines, he hasn't been as fast this year as he was last year 15-1
Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):
13 Guns Loaded Doug O'Neill Making his third start off a long layoff, but might not be quite good enough even on his best back form 20-1
14 Paquita Coqueta Chad Summers Mare has won on Del Mar's turf, but she's not fast enough or good enough to be a factor in this event 30-1
Odds and comments by Mike Watchmaker@DRF
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Re: BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby stark » Tue Oct 31, 2017 6:10 pm

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Re: BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby Senator L » Tue Oct 31, 2017 10:06 pm

I've said it before and I'll say it again Disco Partner...going away :D
No one has ever bet enough on a winning horse.
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Re: BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby Izvestia » Tue Oct 31, 2017 10:21 pm

Hogy
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Re: BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby Curtis » Sat Nov 04, 2017 3:48 pm

I don't remember who it was, but months ago someone on here said in regards to the 5f distance that this race would be won by some Peter Miller horse. Prophetic. Unfortunately, I had the wrong one.
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Re: BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby Treve » Sat Nov 04, 2017 3:51 pm

Curtis wrote:I don't remember who it was, but months ago someone on here said in regards to the 5f distance that this race would be won by some Peter Miller horse. Prophetic. Unfortunately, I had the wrong one.


Don't feel bad, Peter Miller just admitted he didn't have the right one either :lol:
A filly named Ruffian...

Eine Stute namens Danedream...

Une pouliche se nommant Trêve...

Kincsem nevű kanca...


And a Queen named Beholder
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Re: BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby Curtis » Sat Nov 04, 2017 3:56 pm

Treve wrote:
Curtis wrote:I don't remember who it was, but months ago someone on here said in regards to the 5f distance that this race would be won by some Peter Miller horse. Prophetic. Unfortunately, I had the wrong one.


Don't feel bad, Peter Miller just admitted he didn't have the right one either :lol:

I really should have had the winner, I'm often accused of being a stormy liberal.
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Re: BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby stark » Sat Nov 04, 2017 4:24 pm

I had a 3-4-7 trifecta box, OUCH.
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Re: BC TURF Sprint 5F Saturday R5

Postby Treve » Sat Nov 04, 2017 4:30 pm

Curtis wrote:
Treve wrote:
Curtis wrote:I don't remember who it was, but months ago someone on here said in regards to the 5f distance that this race would be won by some Peter Miller horse. Prophetic. Unfortunately, I had the wrong one.


Don't feel bad, Peter Miller just admitted he didn't have the right one either :lol:

I really should have had the winner, I'm often accused of being a stormy liberal.


I'm honestly kicking myself because I had a feeling about him whenever I first looked at the entrants on the BC website. You know when you just see a name and you suddenly get a fleeting/intangible thought/feeling? Totally ignored it though because I somehow convinced myself I was mixing him up with Limousine Liberal :lol:
A filly named Ruffian...

Eine Stute namens Danedream...

Une pouliche se nommant Trêve...

Kincsem nevű kanca...


And a Queen named Beholder
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