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Thread: Equibase Stats Race Lens Angles 8/10-8/11

  1. #1 Equibase Stats Race Lens Angles 8/10-8/11 
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    I actually may use Leap To Glory today at Saratoga as he looks like the lone speed and should be a good price. Other than that I have not looked at the other races noted below.


    Here are a few STATS Angles to keep an eye on this weekend:
    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    DMR 2018-08-10 3 Street Zombie 11 7/2
    Jockey: Kent J. Desormeaux Riding in Dirt Sprints: Past Year: 177 Starts, 43Wins, 24% Win%, 54% ITM%, Return on Investment +22% or $2.44

    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    SAR 2018-08-10 6 Leap to Glory 4 8/1
    Trainer: Charlton Baker, Dirt Sprints at Saratoga: Past Year: 22 Starts, 7 Wins, 32% Win%, 59% ITM%, Return on Investment +137% or $4.74

    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    AP 2018-08-11 12 Secret Message 10 12/1
    Trainer: H. Graham Motion, 31 to 60 Days Away: Past Year: 224 Starts, 42 Wins, 19% Win%, 50% ITM%, Return on Investment +14% or $2.28

    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    SAR 2018-08-11 1 Lemonist 1 3/1
    Trainer: Todd A. Pletcher, More Than 180 Days Away: Past Year: 69 Starts, 22 Wins, 32% Win%, 56% ITM%, Return on Investment +34% or $2.68
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    It's a funny game. That 6th race at Saratoga today was the only dirt race where the speed didn't finish 1st or 2nd. Damn.
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    Yeah, i watched the earlier races and speed seemed to be doing well though i guess the fractions were supposedly slow which allowed the speed to hold on. Of course in the 6th the 4 did not make the lead as easily as I thought he would and the closers benefitted.
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