2022 Fall Meet Totals Wagered: $489.00 Cashed: $1,222.90 Net Profit: $733.90 ROI: +50%
Race 1 $0.50 Pick 5 I will ditch the caveman format this year in favor of using A and B horses. The All-A ticket will be the budget ticket of the best betting choices in each leg (not necessarily favorites), but for those looking for bigger tickets I will also include my B horses in parenthesis to give more combinations that should allow for a higher win rate in what is a short meet. My meet stats will reflect the full use of A's & B's -- winning tickets could have up to two B horses -- as that is what I will actually bet. I recognize it is too large of an outlay for some, but it will pay off over the course of the meet if I hit just a few of them. 1,2,3,4,7 (5,6) with 2,5 (1,7) with 7 (3) with 7,9 (2) with 1 (9,12) CASHED FOR $481.90 All A ticket $10 ($147 with B's)
Race 3 $200 to Win on #7 KEY OF LIFE (8-5 ML) CASHED FOR $378.00 Anything close to the effort this filly delivered in her maiden win last out will be sufficient to beat this field of two year olds. Brad Cox and Florent Geroux are a high percentage trainer/jockey combo, so you probably will only get something around even money, but this looks like the only free square on what is a tough opening day card. If all you are looking to do today is double your money, this is your one stop shop.
Race 4 $50 to Win on #9 MARK OF THE Z (15-1 ML) CASHED FOR $363.00 Most Fairmont Park (now Fanduel) shippers into Keeneland would be an automatic toss on class, but keep looking down the past performances and you will see that this horse did win here at Keeneland last October in the same type of race. Turf sprints aren't something all tracks are able to consistently card, so horses that prefer these have to be vagabonds to some extent. Today's competition isn't as tough as he's been facing, so it seems that lightning could strike twice here in October.
Race 6 $0.50 Pick 5 1 with 1,2 (3,5) with 4,7,8 (3) with 2,5,11,12 (1,4) with 6,11 All A ticket $24 ($92 with B's)