New track alert! New track alert!
Here we go in the Land of Enchantment, the big Zia Park Opening Day for your Sunday here. Do you know what to do? Well, that’s good!
Only one Thoroughbred race today, and it’s already gone. However, you can expect this fine mixed-breed hippodrome to anchor your New Mexico-based action every Monday and Tuesday now through Dec. 12.
Go for the bombers, and fear not the chalk, mainly, at least for the next 10 days to two weeks. We will be monitoring the situation via All-In-One V6 from the Home Office here in beautiful downtown Studio City. Enjoy your own methodologies — go with God, alight with Allah.
Speaking of the mixed-breed venues, over in the O.C., at the nighttime Los Alamitos, at which they race (or have allowed to race) Arabians, Paints, Appaloosas, Mules, Jennys, Lipizzaners, Clydesdales, Tenn. Walking Horses, Dachshunds and even Standardbreds — Standardbreds! — they are permitting the opener to be contested by Thoroughbreds. The WMF for the one-turn 4½-furlong race is WMF 600, and the ralliers have been lately doomed. (‘Lately doomed’, double-meaning there.)
#1 Just a Gem should have the front for a long time here, and that could be sufficient. Otherwise, #5 Im Your Pulpet has the obvious attributes to take over, but well before the final furlong.
Now, if that 9:50 p.m. EDT post time is too late for yourself and you’ll already be paying tribute to Hypnos and Morpheus, Hastings has been rolling a fine WMF 287 at its elongated 6½-furlong trip these days. Race 7 there in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, is at 7:50 p.m. EDT has #1 Cowboy Phil lassoing-up the pace control now, with #7 Ambidextrous Duke being the next likeliest front-type. Try it.
Last night at the Remington, Race 8, touted-and-shouted, outed-and-abouted $88.60 winner named Flashflood Warning, second-best-in-the-field 97 on the LifeLiner Speed Column analysis, won by 2½. Did you have her?
Also on the documented advisory was One Son of a Chief in Golden Gate 6, $58.40 by a half-length. The ’Chief was your top LifeLiner Speed Column analysis horse in the lineup. Surely you had that one!
Dodgers losers of nine-straight, 13 of 14. The dreaded ‘HiddenEntries’ jinx strikes again. Hahahahahha. Just kidding. There’s only one Higher Power, yeah?