First Post: Sunday, February 19, 2017

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Still in the League…

Ladies & gentlemen, the truly, very, literally, bigly immortal Jaro Jagr…JAGR!

Free ones: Rundown…

Aqueduct 3, 6, 9
Gulfstream Park Proper 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12
Santa Anita 5, 10

Pay-side (Weekday/Weekend): Today…

Fair Grounds 5, 8, 9
Golden Gate 8, 9
Laurel 4, 7
Oaklawn 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Tampa 4, 9

Today’s Stakes Pageantry: Aqueduct 9 on the free page.

Looks like a showdown between the obvious #5 Sunday Rules and upstart #2 Smoove It in Santa Anita 7.

Yesterday’s Activity:

Track (Win Mutuels $20+/Gettable)

Aqueduct (0/0) — Visiting Islanders edged by N.J., 3-2; Andrew Ladd and Anthony Beauvillier had the goals for The Island.

Chas. Town (0/0) — Proposed bills would have effect on Eastern Panhandle.

Delta (1/¼) — Old-School Champeens touched down safely with Tough Landing, Fair Odds at 3½-1 as a first-timer atop the conventional V6 Betting Line in a contentious Race 5; she raced ribcage-to-wire to win by 2 at $22.60. Good work.

Fair Grounds (1/0) — Tulane hoopball pushes UConn women to limit.

Golden Gate (4/1) — The opener was contentious, but only High-Octane Chancers, Progressive-Minded Eggheads and Left Coasters could sail on North Pacific, 81 on the LifeLiner Spread Column analysis; he went gate-to-wire to win by 5 at $35-straight. Good work.

Gulf (1/1) — Race 10 was contentious, but only High-Octane Chancers and Progressive-Minded Eggheads could look forward to Dual Qualifier Siding Spring (80, 86); he went gate-to-wire to win by a clean head at $45.60. Good work.

Sam Houston (1/0) — Hazmat crews on scene of 100-gal. acid spill in S. Houston.

Los Alamitos (0/0) — Flights canceled, trees fall, power goes out across the O.C.

Laurel (1/0) — Visiting Capitals edged by Detroit, 3-2, in shootout; Zach Sanford and Daniel Winnink each scored for Wash., D.C.

Mahoning (2/0) — First Nat’l. Bank on Tippecanoe is robbed.

Oaklawn (0/0) — Armed robbery at Little Rock gas station.

PennNat (0/0) — Susquehanna Twp. man causes disturbance, then starts fire in his own house.

Keystone (0/0) — Car crashes into donut shop in N. Phila.

Rillito (1/0) — Weather dampens Opening Day of Tucson Rodeo.

Santa Anita (1/0) — Host Kings edged by Fla., 3-2; Dwight King and Tanner Pearson had the La-La Land goals.

Sunland (0/0) — Las Cruces breaks ground on new V.A. clinic.

Tampa (2/1) — Race 2 was contentious, but only High-Octane Chancers and Progressive-Minded Eggheads ad-libbed with Impromptu, 87 on the LifeLiner Speed Column analysis; he rallied like the champion he should have been, winning by 3 parts of a length at $23.40. Good work.

Turfway (0/0) — Bill would require Bible classes in Ky. public schools.

Turf Paradise (2/1) — Race 4 was not contentious, but High-Octane Chancers, Progressive-Minded Eggheads and Little Richard fans had a field-best 96 on the LifeLiner Speed Column analysis on Miss Tuti Fruti, who rallied like the champion she should have been, winning by 1 at $27.20. Good work.

Friday’s Activity:

Track (Win Mutuels $20+/Gettable)

Aqueduct (1/1) — Race 7 was not contentious, but High-Octane Chancers and Progressive-Minded Eggheads had a pumpkin for a coach via the 77 on the LifeLiner Spread Column attached to Cinderela El Crome, who went gate-to-wire to win by a clean neck at $48.40. Good work.

Chas. Town (1/½) — Old-School Champeens were out late with Clubin Til Midnite, Fair Odds of 5-1, in a contentious Race 5; he rallied furiously to win by a clean neck at $21-even. Good work.

Delta (2/1) — Race 5 was contentious amongst the experienceds, but only High-Octane Chancers and Progressive-Minded Eggheads had Aces Full in the cards, courtesy of his field-best 94 on the LifeLiner Speed Column analysis; he rallied a little to win by 1½ at $31.40. Good work.

Fair Grounds (2/1) — Race 5 was contentious, and players of all stripes found Dual Qualifier Tiyo (80, 92), Fair Odds 3-1, as a good teammate; she
went gate-to-wire to win by a clean nose at $31.80. Good work.

Golden Gate (0/0) — SF tourists may have to pay toll to drive down Lombard St.

Gulf (4/2) — Race 2 was not contentious, but High-Octane Chancers and Progressive-Minded Eggheads went to battle with Dual Qualifier Leonides Da Roma (80, 89) on their side; he went gate-to-wire to win by a clean half-length at $28-even. In Race 7, again noncontentious, Dual Qualifier Mr. Brix (91, 85) laid a fine foundation for the High-Octane Chancers and Progressive-Minded Eggheads; he went gate-to-wire to win by 2 at $29.20. Good work.

Sam Houston (1/1) — Race 7 was not contentious, but High-Octane Chancers and Progressive-Minded Eggheads had l’amour for L’Argour, 83 on the LifeLiner Spread Column analysis; he went gate-to-wire to win by 1¼ at $21.40. Good work.

Laurel (2/0) — Car hits train in Woodbine; driver charged.

Oaklawn (3/0) — Body found in Benton Co. woods.

PennNat (3/0) — Visiting Penguins edged by Columbus, 2-1, in OT; Ian Cole scored for Pgh.

Tampa (1/1) — The finale was not contentious, but High-Octane Chancers and Progressive-Minded Eggheads accepted Open Invitation and her field-best 98 on the LifeLiner Speed Column analysis; she rallied like the champion she’s on her way to becoming, winning by 1½ at $20.80. Good work.

Turfway (1/1) — Race 8 was not contentious, but High-Octane Chancers and Progressive-Minded Eggheads felt warm towards Summer Vision, 82 on the LifeLiner Speed Column analysis; she rallied to win by a clean half-length at $22.80. Good work.

WMF Report:

Early
Los Alamitos 4½f

Rally
Gulf 1 1/16m (T)

Nocturnal Submission: Sifting through the wreckage…

Thank you. Best wishes. Goodbye. Age tastefully.

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One Response to First Post: Sunday, February 19, 2017

  1. halochef says:

    WHO? oh Jaromir Jagr….when this fellow played for those stanley cup champs Pittsburgh Penguins…the talk around the ice was….Jaromir first name will make up the name Mario Jr! you know that # 66 for the 91-92 cup champs! did i mention stanley cup champs?

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