Analysis and betting tips for Sunday’s competition label during Laurel Park

October 30, 2016 - Picnic Time

Gabby Gaudet’s betting tips and best bets for Sunday’s foe label during Laurel Park:

Race 1, 12:30 p.m. post time

Selections: No. 4 Dixie Rose, No. 8 Lucky In Malibu, No. 3 No Picnic

Dixie Rose ran third a final time she was on a mud behind an contingent Grade 1 leader and a lass special weight leader during Keeneland – was hapless adequate to locate some heavy-hitters in there. Lucky In Malibu has a good extraction to transition her form to a mud and Gary Capuano is 38 percent (8-21, $4.29) with maidens going territory to dirt. No Picnic is bred to hoop two-turns on a mud – estimable of another look.

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Race 3, 1:30 p.m.

Selections: No. 10 Sweet Peaches, No. 5 Convoyarie, No. 1  Bluegrass Lady

Sweet Peaches hasn’t finished most wrong when assembly a right competition. She has adequate positional speed and a good, outward post to control. Convoyarie will be anticipating for a gait meltdown. Did she like a off lane that most or is her final foe repeatable? Bluegrass Lady could potentially be a categorical speed with a purify break.

Race 4, 2 p.m.

Selections: No. 1 Fly Swift, No. 10 Deep Pockets, No. 7 A Great Time

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Fly Swift will have to work out a outing from a rail post though a strength of her new races gives her a advantage over this field. Note a filly she mislaid to in entrance is Breeders’ Cup bound. Deep Pockets is out of a 5-time territory leader going long, however a stable usually hits during 6 percent   with initial timers during territory sprints. A Great Time is a half-sister to Grade 1 leader Victor’s Cry and is out of a 4-time territory leader though it looks like she might wish a bit some-more distance.

Race 5, 2:30 p.m.

Selections: No. 6 Dattt Melody, No. 7 Charlie Bravo, No. 1  Markakis

Dattt Melody has been really unchanging opposite allowance-company and has some healthy balance since many of a categorical contenders here are recently stepping adult in category or are closers. Charlie Bravo is one of a problematic horses in here. He clearly likes a territory though is this a good stretch for him? Markakais should uncover speed from a rail – a tactic that certainly worked final time out.

Race 6, 3 p.m.

Selections: No. 10 Bearcat Kitten, No. 2 Salsamatic, No. 3. Collateral Damage

Bearcat Kitten creates his initial start for a stable that has had a good tumble accommodate so far. Not certain of a fumble final out though his initial and second career starts are good adequate to win here. Salsamatic drops and potentially gets a dry lane though will have to uncover a eagerness to tighten today. Collateral Damage followed a leader home final out though a stable does even improved with maidens creation their second start.

Race 7, 3:30 p.m.

Selections: No. 6 Alexandrite, No. 7 Voiced, No. 5 Luckfromabove

Alexandrite is out of a mare that’s a half-sister to Raihna Da Bateria, and is out of Lemon Drop Kid, so we was astounded to see this equine entrance on a dirt. More interesting extraction for this aspect today. Voiced is a proven territory competitor and should urge after gifted poignant difficulty final out. Luckfromabove is by a Group 1 winning stallion Excellent Art and given a work tab, looks prepared for today’s debut.

Race 8, 4 p.m.

Selections: No. 6 Ginger N Rye, No. 7 Rkaya (Ire),  No. 9 Miss Atomic Bomb (GB)

Ginger N Rye has been right there opposite stakes association and she has a plain resume over a territory during Laurel for tutor Horacio DePaz.  Trevor McCarthy has won on her before, so it’s good to see him on her once again today. Rkaya was gamble down to a favorite in her U.S.A. entrance and should like a combined belligerent she gets today. Miss Atomic Bomb indispensable a foe final out and should urge currently with Edgar Prado aboard.

Race 9, 4:30 p.m.

Selections: No. 1 Burning Mandate, No. 5 Rumblin Kyle,  No. 3 Photogenic

Burning Mandate in an aged category equine who loves this 7 furlong distance.  Trainer Keisy Cartagena gets tip supplement Victor Carrasco to take a call today. Rumblin Kyle won during this stretch dual behind and was a decent second going one-mile final out. Photogenic had a bad inside outing final out, though is means of better.

Race 10, 5 p.m.

Selections: No. 9 Grandiflora, No. 11 Struth, No. 8 Jrock

Grandiflora has run dual outrageous races in his final dual starts opposite stakes association for tutor Ann Merryman and manoeuvre Horacio Karamanos.  His final win came during this stretch behind in Jul here during Laurel.  

Race 11, 5:30 p.m.

Selections: No. 5 Oyster Soup, No. 7 Loyalty Spirit, No. 1 Fletched

Oyster Soup met a right turn final out though unfortunately had to mangle from an outward post position. Today draws a improved post and should be means to petiole a gait comfortably. Loyalty Spirit is going to need some assistance in a gait dialect though I’m not certain he’ll get it. Fletched gets heading manoeuvre aboard and, chased and faded opposite a delayed gait final out.

Best bet: Race 10, No. 9 Grandiflora

Price play: Race 7, No. 6 Alexandrite

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