Well, the two investments I thought would run well in the first day of the 2010 Breeders' Cup did what they were supposed to: run late. Unfortunately, they did not get up to win, although finishing with good energy and some of my investment money on their noses. Sweet August Moon in the 7th got off to an horrendous start, and managed to finish with a rush to get 5th at 39-1.
However, a horse second on the line in Black Magic: The Ultimate Handicapper Software™ in the 9th race, the Emirates Airline Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Turf Stakes, the 5, shared account, got up to pay $94 dollars to win. Strictly a 'mental health' investment, given the number of unknowns in the race, I hit the all button in the exacta, and the heavy favorite finished second (Midday at 4/5). It just nosed out 32-1 Keertana, and that would have been a huge exacta. As it was, the exacta came back $295.20
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Posted on November 5, 2010 in Uncategorized Comments are off