Sunday Horse Racing at Gulfstream Park: God's Tipster picks the 4th & 6th, and recaps a winning Saturday
In the Sunday 4th, he likes a morning line 30-1 shot.
Saturday’s Recap from Gulfstream Park and Dubai:
Race 1: 2nd@ 1.00-1
Race 3: 2nd@ 2.00-1
Race 5: 1st@ 1.50-1 🔥🔥🔥
Race 9: 4th@ 11.80-1
Race 11: 1st@ 1.10-1 🔥🔥🔥 - BEST BET
Race 12: 2nd@ 4.30-1
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Race 14: 5th@ 4.70-1
Dubai World Cup:
Race 9: 5th@ 6.00-1
Florida Derby Day is in the books along with the Dubai World Cup and for the day we gave out 8 selections. We had TWO winners and THREE second place finishes. So 5 of our 8 selections were either first or 2nd. Collaborate was wide around the track in the Florida Derby and didn’t have punch when it counted but the winner, Known Agenda certainly did and he’s headed to the Kentucky Derby. Favorite, Greatest Honour had traffic trouble throughout and checked in third. I’d still give him a long look in the Kentucky Derby.
Let’s look to wrap up the week with Sunday’s Race card from Gulfstream Park where we are expecting sunny skies and fast and firm conditions:
Race 4: Mia At Midnight - 1 pt win (ML Odds 30-1)
Maiden claimers run a mile on turf and I see some nice value in our selection here who’s dropping to the lowest level of her career while adding blinkers. The thing that confuses me about this race is that our selection has two of the field's top three turf figures and she’s 30-1. Her form does look a bit muddied up from facing better and her connections are the very definition of low profile but Mia At Midnight, who’s working out well, is a longshot worth a long look in Race 4.
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Race 6: Another Woman - 2 pts win - BEST BET (ML Odds: 7/5)
Maiden special weight runners go 7 furlongs here and our likely favorite - Another Woman - who is one of the more cleverly named horses in recent history with her sire named Broken Vow and her dam named Penumbra - finished a strong second to Pass the Champagne on the Fountain of Youth undercard (how’s that for a world record run-on sentence ?!)
Trained by Bill Mott (28% wins) and ridden by his main jockey - Junior Alvarado,!these connections have been on fire all meet. There are no world beaters signed on here and she rallied like a horse with a future. An overlay at 7/5 odds.
Best of luck 🍀🍀🍀🍀to all our members playing Sunday’s races from Gulfstream Park.