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Using Orb as the key in all Exotics. Will throw in Departing in some of the Superfectas along with using Itsmyluckyday on top of a few. Good Luck!!
Here’s another look at the entire field:
PP – Horse – Jockey – Trainer – M-L odds
1 – Orb – J. Rosario – C. McGaughey III – Even-money
2 – Goldencents – K. Krigger – D. O’Neill – 8-1
3 – Titletown Five – J. Leparoux – D.W. Lukas – 30-1
4 – Departing – B. Hernandez Jr. – A. Stall Jr. – 6-1
5 – Mylute – R. Napravnik – T. Amoss – 5-1
6 – Oxbow – G. Stevens – D.W. Lukas – 15-1
7 – Will Take Charge – M. Smith – D.W. Lukas – 12-1
8 – Govenor Charlie – M. Garcia – B. Baffert – 12-1
9 – Itsmyluckyday – J. Velazquez – E. Plesa Jr. – 10-1
13) Other NBA owners have to be excited that the Kings sold for $535M; Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson can now go back to being doing mayorly things. The former NBA star worked his butt off to keep the Kings in town, and he has succeeded. Hope the voters appreciate his efforts and re-elect him.
12) Damn, Bernie Madoff’s victims lost a total of $65B, that’s billion, with a B. Where did all that money go?
Prison is too good for this evil bastard; they should let him loose on the street and let his victims have at him.
11) When Stephen Strasburg went eight innings at Petco Thursday, it was the first time in his big league career he threw eight innings in a game- that took me by surprise.
10) Syracuse is already making noise about wanting the ACC tournament in Madison Square Garden; wonder what Coach K and Roy Williams think about that?
Didn’t the Big East keep MSG as the site of its conference tournament? The ACC is Tobacco Road country; Orange alums better get used to it.
9) New Zealander Steven Adams, who will be a first round draft pick next month, has 17 siblings—17!!!!! No wonder he left Pitt after one year, although one more year would’ve helped his game thrive in the professional ranks.
8) Kentucky’s Nerlens Noel not only is out until at least December with a knee injury, he weighed in at 6-10, 206. Historically, skinny forwards haven’t fared that well in the NBA. Another kid who could’ve used some extra time to let his body mature and his knee heal, but if he’s a top-5 pick, $10M guaranteed is awful hard to turn down. Not sure Adams will get picked that high, but Noel will.
7) One of the underrated difficulties for Japanese baseball players coming over here are the long plane flights. Japan is a smaller country; the teams travel by train. A coast-to-coast plane trip takes some getting used to. Apparently Daisuke Matsuzaka had a real problem pitching on the first day after a long plane trip.
6) Atlanta Braves played 26 of their first 40 games on road, so they’ll have lot of home games coming up– they got Jason Heyward (appendix) back this weekend, so they’re hopeful of putting a win streak together.
5) Twins pitcher Vance Worley once had a sneaker collection of around 400 pair that was worth $28-30,000; now he’s down to about half that, but he says the collection is still worth $20,000 or so.
4) 14-year old Guan Tianlang made cut at his first two PGA Tournaments, but he shot 70-77 this weekend and missed his first pro cut.
3) Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel threw out the first ball at Petco Thursday night, after shooting 79 at Pebble Beach earlier in the week; he seems to be getting around an awful lot. The sophomore-to-be at Texas A&M is playing in Marshall Faulk’s charity golf event this weekend; hope he’s not neglecting his football preparation—he’s going to be a marked man this fall.
2) “Always assume you’re being videotaped.” In this day and age, you just might be. If the mayor of Toronto had followed this advice, his life might be a whole lot simpler these days.
1) Dick Vitale hosted his gala for the V Foundation in Florida last night; the V Foundation has raised over $100 million over the last twenty years to combat cancer. Vitale is a tireless, enthusiastic worker for this cause and deserves a lot of credit for doing so much, even if at times, it seems like its all he ever talks about. It’s an important cause, so good for him.