Should we whack the late pick 4 at Aqueduct passengers? I think we shall, multiple times. Skip.
Race 7: 6 Furlongs. F.S.OC 40000n2x
#11 Speightstown Gal (6/1) – An 11 horse dirt sprint is just what the Ductor ordered on a Friday. This girl broke her maiden in the mud and has been narrowly missing on turf ever since. She has the early speed to put herself in a good position early and the dirt may move her up.
#1 Miss Jimmy (8/1) – This filly loves to win and is 5/6 at 6 furlongs. She would be in the 4/1 range with top connections, but with a low % rider she’ll likely stay around her morning line. That’s a type of horse the Conductor will always use.
Race 8: 1 1/16 Mile. (Outer Turf) Clm 35000n3L
*Looney Bin Bomb of the Day #7 Scoreswhenhewants (30/1) – Stretching out and switching to turf off a long layoff, his turf routes fit with this group. Granted he’s switching to a much weaker barn, but you’ll be compensated by the price. He can light up the trifecta.
#9 Kid Mercury (10/1) – Another interesting price, he’s dropping to the claiming ranks for the first time and shortening in distance. Franco is 2/5 with a +$1.32 ROI teaming up with Motion in the last 60 days.
Race 9: 1 Mile. (Turf) F.Alw 82000n1x
#5 Eye of a Soldier (4/1) – She’s run well in every start this year, including a good 3rd last time after setting a quick pace. She’s still learning and is versatile.
Race 10: 6 Furlongs. F.Clm 16000n2L
*Force Feed Friday Whack of the Day #14 Tripp Road (12/1) – You must include #6 Well Brush Mytooth (5/1) in the Linda Rice barn for the first time, but this filly will be a much tastier price. She stumbled at the break last time at Aqueduct and was then up close to the pace going a mile. Turning back to a sprint today, she’ll be finishing strong, and her numbers fit with this group.