Good Morning Folks! All of our races today come to us from Gulfstream Park. Looking to close out the meet strong here and we have a few prices. Best of luck with your plays today and we wish you the best with your picks!
Race 10 – #6 Mean Mary – Graham Motion shipped this horse out to Gulfstream for the winter meet and left her out there because she absolutely loves this surface. She has run here 2 times, setting career numbers in both races. In her last race, she won the Grade 3 La Prevoyante Stakes in dominating fashion. Look for this one to get her 3rd win in a row.
Race 13 – #3 March to the Arch – This is a wide open race with no one really standing out, so we will look for a nice price here in this race. We lean to #3 March to the Arch. He is coming in off back-to-back strong performances, one of which was the Sunshine Millions Turf Stakes here at Gulfstream Park. This one has run over this track 4 times, winning half of those races dating back to 2018. Love the connection of Mark Casse and Tyler Gaffalione.
Race 14 – #9 Independence Hall – This is a very tough race and we were torn on information that we received on the #9 Independence Hall and the #10 Candy Tycoon. We are leaning with the #9 here simply because they are actually excited about not having to be concerned with this horse acting up in front of a crowd. If you recall, we told you last time he ran, if he acts up in front of the crowd in the paddock, then fade him but if he is under control then go all in on him. Well, he acted up and finished 2nd in the Sam F. Davis Stakes. He also lost a shoe on the first turn of that last race and had to run with 3 shoes on, which is tough on its own! This time, there won’t be anyone in the paddock because of the Corona Virus and that will be extremely worthy to this horse. We just don’t see anyone beating him today.
Note: If you are looking for some exotics to play with the #9 horse in the 14th race, take a look at #10 Candy Tycoon. The morning line on this horse is 20/1 and it legitimately has a shot to win. If you recall, long before this horse ever stepped in a race, we told you to watch out for him. The horse needs the distance, which this is a 2 turn Mile and a eight. The concern here is Javier Castellano isn’t riding because of Corona Virus to we are expecting Luis Saez to get the ride but that has not been confirmed. If Saez gets the mount, play this horse in all of your exotics and throw a few dollars on him to win.