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  1. #1 Equibase Stats Race Lens Angles 
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    Here are a few STATS Angles to keep an eye on this weekend:
    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    BEL 2018-07-06 9 Orecchiette 8 7/2
    Trainer: Jonathan Thomas, Turf Sprints: Past Year: 30 Starts, 13 Wins, 43% Win%, 67% ITM%, Return on Investment +44% or $2.88

    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    GP 2018-07-06 8 A Square to Spare 6 4/1
    Trainer: Ruben Gracida, Dirt Sprints: Past Year: 42 Starts, 9 Wins, 21% Win%, 41% ITM%, Return on Investment +76% or $3.52

    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    AP 2018-07-07 2 Cuestion de Tiempo 4 9/2
    Trainer: Ignacio Correas, IV at Arlington: Past Year: 55 Starts, 14 Wins, 25% Win%, 54% ITM%, Return on Investment +62% or $3.24

    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    BEL 2018-07-07 6 Seven Trumpets 2 10/1
    Trainer: Dale L. Romans, Dirt Routes: Past Year: 134 Starts, 27 Wins, 20% Win%, 47% ITM%, Return on Investment +11% or $2.22
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    good info, best of luck to you
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    Thanks for the info and GL Dav. However, when you stop and really think about it are these type of stats really worth anything??? They don't take many factors into consideration, IMO. Like the class of the race, days off and current condition of the horse. This kind of stat is virtually useless IMO.

    Not trying to bust stones here, just my opinion is all. Same thing with what Kaboom does on the TC races, IMO .
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    I forgot my disclaimer lol of course any of those could win. But you HAVE TO CAP every race!
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    I should have put my disclaimer on my post as well. I really had no opinion of the stats without looking at the individual races but it could be used as one of many tools if handicapping any of these races. I doubt i will even look at the GP and AP races but may throw a few bucks on the angle horses IF I happen to be online when those races go off.
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    As I said dav, I am NOT busting stones here. Just my opinion is all. GL to you whatever you play!
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    Hoss, understood. I do like Orecchiette a bit in the race at Bel but would need more than 7/2 to play him.
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    likely playing 11/3,7 in the 8th race at Bel with a bit more on 11-3. also will play smaller exactas with the 3,7/11. Hoping for 6-1 or higher on the 11
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    One of these angles hit yesterday and forunately it was the one in which i liked the horse(Orecchiette) with or without seeing the trainer angle. It did not hurt that i had a box of Orecchiette pasta sitting on my counter all week ! Will have to cook it up this weekend to celebrate.
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    What are
    angles
    ? What is their purpose? Are
    angles
    real? Has anyone ever seen an angle?
    Angles
    are real...…

    They were created by God to serve as messengers.

    Fire away dav168

    any angels for Belmont today
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