It is a potential triple crown day but what may have been forgotten is the mandatory payout of the pick 6 at Pimlico. A ten cent sequence certainly allows you many shots at it, well worth the effort to take a shot at it. I think it is a very capable sequence.
Pimlico Race#6 Post time 3:22pm eastern
Race#6 I like the 2 for a few reason, the main one was the change in running style. The horse was fighting early and then made a big move only to flattened a little late. I expect on or near the lead and should win. Wide open after that, maybe the 1,9 as savers.
Race#7 The 6 has the figures to win but seems to find ways to lose, do not really like these kinds of horses. The tough part is you need to spread in the leg then. The only trainer with any success of first timers is the 3. Has a nice workout pattern and trainer/jockey combo is incredible.
Race#8 Going light in the first two legs will allow you to spread in a race like this. The obvious horse is the 10, but at 1 for 40 and three straight seconds there is no way I am keying a horse like this. Others to look at for various angles are the 6, dropping back after a troubled trip. The 7 not a proven loser yet and the 4, shows some early pace
Race#9 Have this leg down to three contenders. The 4,6,7. Check out the back class on the 7, the 4 good figures and is sitting on a win. The 6 will be the favourite and is dropping, no workout though (we saw this angle yesterday and clearly the horse ran poorly)
Race#10 Originally only had 2,7, both solid figures and running very well. The 5 may try and steal it so it was a late add.
Race#11 Not an easy last race. Nothing solid in year. My top selection is the 3 based on the GP races. The 10 has back class with solid connections. The trainer has a work with blinkers on, hoping for something. The 11 finished second last time as the favourite and he is the next best
Here is a possible ticket: 2/3,6/2,4,6,7,10/4,6,7/2,5,7/3,10,11 cost: $27.00