First Post: Monday, November 16, 2020


Not really. Instead, was stuck on the Turner Classic Movies yesterday, and the morning movie was Gaslight with Chas. Boyer and the incomparable Ingrid Bergman. As in the climax of that film, The American People (well, at least 76MM of them) should flash the knife at you-know-who before he is led away.

After that was High Society glittering with the all-time genius of Bing Crosby, Francis Albert Sinatra, Louis Armstrong and, of course, the stunning Grace Kelly. Closing out the afternoon was The Unsinkable Molly Brown frantic with the double-threat energy of Debbie Reynolds and the underrated talents of Harv Presnell. 

So that was good, nothing overwrought like American Gridiron Throwball or those hyped-up dramas you get from the streaming-media nowadays. 


Gulf West (née Calder) 5
#10 Peluchin Chin ($25.80, BestLine Fair Odds 2.95-1)

Hawthorne 8
#2 River Cactus ($21, BestLine Fair Odds 6.41-1)

There were seven selected races Friday. There were 18 win-overlay wagers, and there were two runner-up finishes, both at 12-1. There also was a winner, at $9.40.


Churchill 8
#9 Big Beautiful Wall ($31.60, BestLine Fair Odds 4.08-1)

Hawthorne 2
#10 Lemon Blitz ($33.40, BestLine Fair Odds 9.87-1)

Remington 8
#6 Trevor’s Call ($34.60, BestLine Fair Odds 3.95-1)

Woodbine 4
#5 Penetanguishene ($44.10, BestLine Fair Odds 6.81-1)

Woodbine 5
#8 Gate Go ($27.20, BestLine Fair Odds 2.94-1)

There were no selected races on Saturday.


Del Mar 9
#10 Magical Thought ($20.60, BestLine Fair Odds 3.63-1)

There were no selected races yesterday.

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Today: The Zongo Race Club suggests Remington 10.


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