Tuesday, March 31, 2009
You can feel the pace speed up with the return to Keeneland and the step out at the big A and I will be there to provide quality Picks and of course the full card at Aqueduct as spring truely arrives across the country. Great fun watching the races this last week, Wed, Thurs, Friday and Sunday holding more than our own with winners and exacta's but still glowing from the 6 for 9 on Sat that sends me into this week strong and anxious. Missed a few at Gulfstream as the weather was certainly a factor and if you don't take the other variables into play after getting my selections then your flying blind and not doing yourself a favor with the good information you are receiving from The Track Maitre D. I look to do a good run again Wed to Sunday and know the picks are always available the evening prior to race day or on your email if you are a subscriber. Good Luck and keep cashing those winners.
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
What can I say, running the numbers from Wednesday to Sunday, things were good. Huge when we hit five winners and four exactas to start and followed the next day with 50% on the selections and rocked with five winners again on Friday with several exacta's and one for $251.00. Saturday was smooth with four out of nine and six winners at Aqueduct. Sunday I should have stayed home but we have days like that and you just pick yourself up and move on to the next race. We are passing on Turfway for a bit due to the conflicts in simulcasting so more of Phila, Gulf and Tampa which is high on many handicappers charts. Stay tuned and run the exactas with the picks for double action and high returns. Good Luck out there!
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Lost a week, but not many bets as "numbers" and I had some quality time putting the selections to work in Q's that more than covered our eats for the week. "Where you been, Tommy" was the ongoing call as I revisited some old friends and moved about several tracks in the sunshine state to get the feel so many have as we move towards spring and new venues to revisit. I also flirted again with ownership with a call from the boys at Karakorum but have to remain true to the job at hand and its requirements to bring in winners for my subscribers. As to subscribers welcome to the folks that visit the OTB's in Western New York, I'm sure the featured card, this month Aqueduct, will be an asset to them and I look foreword to a long term relationship with this organization and its patrons. The Week-end was strong and I sense the trend will continue. We are coming into the most exciting time of year with the run and it will continue with my personal highlight Saratoga. I hope you have found time to explore the web site, get the newsletter and sign up for the 12 month email selections on line or play by the day when you out to cash some winners. GOOD LUCK everyone and stay tuned.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
March came in like a Lion to be sure and when I see tracks shut down for the day I feel for the handicapper who only had one track he or she was geared for and the day was lost. If however, your on my picks chances are very good you had action at more than one location. We swing to the new format with Aqueduct being our featured full track starting Wed 3/4 and the Top Ten boast picks not only at the Big A but at Gulfstream, Turfway Park and Santa Anita, a key component of going with The Track Maitre D. Hats off to "Sweet Tooth Tony" as he always has something sweet for me to eat and I always have something for him as well. He was all over the selections this weekend, likes to bet large on show as well as pick 3's. The stats for horse's hitting the board of 5 for 10 on Friday and 6 for 9 on Saturday and 8 for 9 on Sunday will surely fill his goody bag for next week. Get on board today by phone or with your emails there's money to be made all year and as always coast to coast.