How to play the Pick 5

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

Leg A LRL Race 9:

ONE MORE GREAT TIME is in for a tag for the first time since he broke his maiden in July of 2017; ver­sa­tile enough to lead or rate. TACO SUPREAM and SONIC BOOM E JET were just a neck apart when they last met, on Oc­to­ber 13th, and while the former just missed in his re­turn the lat­ter lost his best chance at the start (3).

Leg B GP Race 9:

Stand­ing alone with GOOD THINGS TAKE TIME, who has a good sized edge in B ey­ers. She is win­less since her first start in the U.S ., back in Novem­ber of last year, but she has been in some tough spots and she hardly dis­graced her­self. She’ll be look­ing to make the last run but there’s enough pace in this field to set her up (1).

Leg C GG Race 3:

OUR EA­GLE HAS LANDED is ob­vi­ously a con­tender here at this re­duced level. WYOMING CHIEF has high speed, and there’s not a lot of ob­vi­ous early zip in this ab­bre­vi­ated sprint. HOT’ N NOTTY could be the one to fear in the lane. LE­GAL TRIBE de­buts against a seem­ingly av­er­age group. EX­CLU­SIVE CODE fits well based on his best Bey­ers (5).

Leg D GP Race 10:

Go­ing deep in this state­bred Maiden Spe­cial Weight sprint, which may be the most com­pet­i­tive race in the se­quence. ART G IS BACK de­buts for trainer Ron­ald Spatz, who has pos­i­tive stats with firsters. SEIS­MIC JOLT was well bet in his two starts to date, both on the turf, and he didn’t run badly ei­ther time. FOL­LOW HIS FOOT STEPS wasn’t far off HE’S SMOKIN HOT in their last meet­ing, and the lat­ter may be the one to beat here. LOUDON’S SONG has tac­ti­cal speed and adds blink­ers, with a sharp re­cent work to his credit. WIN­NING DRIVE was no match for the win­ner in his odds-on de­but but he did flash some speed there and he was well clear for the place (6).

Leg E GG Race 4:

UNION LE­GEND has a solid chance to steal this, as he could be the main speed from his in­side post. PREACHER’S BLUFF has some of the bet­ter Bey­ers in the field and is a con­tender on the strength of those fig­ures (2).

THE PLAY: 1, 2, 5 / 9 / 1, 5, 6, 9, 10 / 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 13 / 2, 7 = $180 Ticket

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