Sorry, but no snaps in the archive of the Pgh. Pens. Very bad.
Free ones: Rundown…
Belmont 5, 9
Gulfstream Park Proper 5, 6, 7
Santa Anita 2, 5, 8
Belterra 5, 8
Churchill 4, 5, 8
Louisiana 4, 6, 7
Pimlico 5, 7, 8
Woodbine 4, 5, 7, 8, 9
Today’s Stakes Pageantry: One event this evening at Prairie. No advisories. Regrets.
Track (Win Mutuels $20+/Gettable)
Belmont (2/0) — Jankees lose at home to Toronto, 3-1; New York starter C.C. Sabathia, still in the league, threw 7 strong innings but was charged with the loss.
Churchill (1/0) — A grand jury refused to indict a Louisville woman shot by her 2-year-old son.
Chas. Town (1/1) — Race 7, not contentious, went to Aly Tap, $20.80; High-Octane Chancers were sufficiently intrigued by his 82 on the LifeLiner Speed Column analysis, and ’Aly obliged them with a clean-neck win. Good work.
Evangeline (1/0) — Police chase crosses parish lines, ends with 2 apprehended.
Finger (2/1) — Frosty Zen won Race 7 at $23.20 as the second-best LifeLiner Spread Column analysis horse in the field, which among the experienceds had a contentious angle. ’Zen was flanked on the leader throughout before drawing off by 3¾ at the wire. Good work.
Golden Gate (0/0) — The City stays alive, defeats visiting OKC, 120-111; Steph Curry scored 31 pts. for Golden State.
Gulf (1/½) — Old-School Champeens would have been hearted by the co-top-choice Fair Odds of 2-1 on Be Mind Phil, Race 7 winner at $33.20 but without any kind of LifeLiner backing. For these Old-School Champeens, good work.
Louisiana (1/1) — Publicly touted Time’s Concern had the Fair Odds of 5-1 in a contentious field; as well, he had a competitive 85 on the LifeLiner Speed Column analysis. He rallied to win by 2 at $37-even. Good work.
PennNat (1/1) — Race 2 was contentious, and Lil Miss Sassy had Fair Odds of 6-1 on the conventional V6 Betting Line; she also had a fine 84 on the LifeLiner Spread Column analysis. She went pretty much gate-to-wire in a 2¼-length win at $36.40. Good work.
Presque (1/0) — Host Pens hold off Tampa Bay, 2-1, to advance to Big-League Ice-Hockey Tournament Finals; Bryan Rust scored both Pittsburgh goals.
Pimlico (2/2) — Dull-paced Race 5, which was also highly contentious, saw Jo Way JAVA barely qualifying on the LifeLiner Spread Column; he won by a clean neck at $32.60, though the public tout was stymied by his low 6-1 morning-line odds. In Race 8, not contentious, Struth had the top LifeLiner Speed Column rating in the field; he rallied to win by 3 parts of a length at $32-straight. Good work.
Prairie (1/1) — Race 3 was contentious, and Brides Last Affair was tied for top LifeLiner Spread Column analysis rating in the field; he went gate-to-wire to win by 3 parts of a length at $20.20. Good work.
Santa Anita (1/0) — La-La Land anxiously awaits MLB debut of 19-year-old Los Doyers starting pitcher Julio Arias Friday evening at Citi Field against the Metropolitans.
Indiana 5½f, 1m
Los Alamitos 4½f
PennNat 6f, 1m
Santa Anita 6f, 6½f
Nocturnal Submission: Sifting through the wreckage…
Thank you. Best wishes. Goodbye. Take care now.