How to play the Pick 4

Daily Racing Form National Digital Edition - - News - by Kenny Peck

RACE 9:

In a race seem­ingly short on pace it would ap­pear that those run­ners with a lit­tle speed could have the edge on the stone closers. That ben­e­fits MAN­I­TOULIN, who adds blink­ers in his first start since Novem­ber. DIXIE RUN­NER comes off a sprint and stretches out for Chad Brown, who ex­cels with stretch-outs. I'll also use firster MADE OF STEEL, LOOKIN UP, NIDGE, MO POWER, UN­IN­TIM­I­DATED and likely fa­vorite DOC­TOR MOUNTY (7).

RACE 10:

CON­QUEST BE­BOP is widest but she has at least some po­si­tional speed, and that's an edge in a race lack­ing an ob­vi­ous race flow. She comes off a game ef­fort in her first start off a short break and fig­ures tough if she's able to run back to that last fig­ure (1).

RACE 11:

The un­de­feated MO­HAY­MEN is go­ing to be a hand­ful in the Holy Bull, as he is not only the one to beat on the strength of his Bey­ers but he also has some tac­ti­cal speed and an in­side post. That could be a huge fac­tor in this short field, as he can be ex­pected to be on the lead to­day given the likely pace sce­nario (1).

RACE 12:

Us­ing them all in this maiden turf route, as the top con­tenders in here are not the type to trust in the last leg of a multi-leg se­quence. Also, there are of course sev­eral horses with up­side, and there's not too many in here that you could com­pletely dis­miss out of hand (14).

THE PLAY: 2,5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12 with 12 with 2 with ALL = 98 Com­bi­na­tions ($49 Ticket)

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