Woodbine Selections – June 25, 2017

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After a run of five straight racing dates with three or more wins, my selections only managed one winner on Saturday at Woodbine, as Dream It Is ($5.70) romped in the My Dear Stakes. We were close on a number of occasions on upping that total, however, as four of our top pick selections ran second and three ran third. Hopefully, we will have some better luck on Sunday when another 10 races will be run at Woodbine. Here are my full-card selections.

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Woodbine Selections – June 24, 2017

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It was another good day for my selections on Friday afternoon at Woodbine, as we managed to get four winners home over the eight-race card, while turning another flat-bet profit. Here’s hoping the nice run can continue into Saturday’s 10-race card. Here are my full-card selections.

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Woodbine Selections – June 23, 2017

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My selections had a nice night at Woodbine on Wednesday, recording four winners on the night, while also turning a flat-bet profit on the day. I’ll be looking to keep that going on Friday afternoon at Woodbine with an eight-race card on tap. Here are my full card selections.

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Woodbine Selections – June 21, 2017

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My selections finished the weekend at Woodbine with three winners on the Sunday card, but we failed to break even on the day, coming up just short with wins from Sly Beauty ($3.50), Unspoiled Moments ($4.80), and Minks Aprise ($7.40). Another week of live racing kicks off at Woodbine on Wednesday night. Here are my full card selections.

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DRF – Calgary Cat pointing to Highlander Stakes

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Along with my selections and blog posts, I will also use this space to link to articles I’ve submitted to the various publications that I contribute to.

The July 2 card at Woodbine is shaping up to be one of the best we will see all year. Not only will it feature the $1-million Queen’s Plate for Canadian-bred 3-year olds, but we will also see the . In my Woodbine notebook this week for the Daily Racing Form, I wrote about Calgary Cat pointing to the Highlander off of his third-place finish in the Grade 2 Connaught Cup back on June 3. A total of 18 horses were nominated to the Highlander, including Grade 3 Churchill Downs Turf Sprint winner Green Mask, who ran second in the Highlander last season; Grade 2 Shakertown Stakes winner Holding Gold; last year’s Highlander Stakes winner, Passion for Action; and Pink Lloyd, a three-time stakes winner on Tapeta this season. The Highlander is offering a base purse of $250,000 this year and is part of the Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series, offering a fees-paid berth to the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint at Del Mar in November.

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DRF – Noholdingback Bear returns to De Paulo’s Woodbine barn

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Along with my selections and blog posts, I will also use this space to link to articles I’ve submitted to the various publications that I contribute to.

Following last year’s Breeders’ Cup Sprint at Santa Anita, Noholdingback Bear was transferred from Mike De Paulo to Brian Lynch. After two starts with Lynch at Belmont Park, the 2016 Canadian champion sprinter is back at Woodbine, as he re-joined the De Paulo barn last Wednesday night. I filed a note on Noholdingback Bear to the Daily Racing Form with De Paulo’s reaction and next steps for Noholdingback Bear.

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Woodbine Selections – June 18, 2017

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My selections recorded another three winners on Saturday afternoon at Woodbine, but unfortunately, we failed to turn a profit this time. We’ll be looking to close out the weekend on a high note on Sunday, and hopefully, turn a profit in the process. Here are my full card selections.

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Fort Erie Selections – June 18, 2017

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It’s been a good start to the season so far for my Fort Erie selections. Through the first four days of the meet, we’ve recorded 15 winners from 32 races (47%) and have also turned a slight profit. Another six races are coming up at Fort Erie on Sunday afternoon, and here are my full card selections.

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