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Provide more race by race explanation especially for special picks

I purchased a month to see if it is a worthwhile addition to the information I use and thus far I have to say I'm not finding it effective. Perhaps it has been the extensive off tracks at Santa Anita but I wish the special picks provided more explanation. For example at Tampa tomorrow Feb. 6th race 9 you have selected 8 Drinks on Maggie at 2.5, 3 Makeyourselfathome 3.5 and 4 Ola Gatita 20 a clear longshot but then the "likely longshots" are 1 Freakin'me out 20 and 9 Forres Lilly while Kecoca is a "good longshot" at 15. Why is Ola Gatita not considered a long shot at 20-1???? Explain please. This has some potential but need some refinement.

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Michael shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

Hi and thanks for the suggestion. Basically with this race at Tampa today it’s saying, before scratches, that this race will be very chaotic. I dug deeper into the race and all horses in here have a shot in this cheap claiming race. When choosing a longshot, prefer the horses listed in the top 5 selections. For example in this race, I would key the 4 Ola Gatita at 20-1 in the exacta, trifecta, and superfecta with ALL other horses if I can afford it, because the chance of some serious payouts is huge… Does this help? Nathan

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  • Cathleen commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Can anyone tell me the reason for color coding the picks? Does red mean good chance of winning? Black??? Green? What does this mean?

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