Churchill Downs’ Memorial Day program is highlighted by a strong second-level allowance for 3-year-olds going 6 furlongs, which is the middle leg of a Pick 3 we’ll take a swing at this afternoon.
Opening weekend at Churchill Downs continues on Sunday with another super-competitive 11-race card featuring full fields and lots of great wagering opportunities.
A challenging 11-race program awaits Churchill Downs on Saturday. My strategy is to play a pair of Pick 3 tickets, utilizing a different single on each.
Fast and firm conditions are expected for Thursday’s card at Gulfstream Park, and I will try to build the bankroll by connecting on a Pick 3 sequence.
Bet a Pick 3 sequence kicking off at midnight at Canterbury (“Australia C”). The card begins 10:50 p.m. ET. At this writing, the course condition is “Soft 5.”
Warwick Farm near Sydney Australia Pick 3 bet from handicapper Vance Hanson.
Gulfstream Park will offer a 13-race card Saturday. I will take a swing at Pick 3, singling Colonel Liam to start the sequence.
While the win-place-show model has been in place for some time, the recent growth of exotic wagers can be confusing to both the novice and newcomer.
An early Fair Grounds Pick 3. I will aim to get off to a good start early in the afternoon when focusing on a three-race sequence for 3-year-olds starting in Race 2.
A pair of turf sprints help comprise a Pick-3 sequence at Fair Grounds on Saturday. Now’s a good time to take a swing at what could be a healthy return.
Gulfstream will host a star-studded 14-race card on Saturday. The Fountain of Youth caps the day off, and I am focusing on the late Pick 3 as a value wager.
A pair of maiden events are the bookends of a Pick-3 sequence that I will take aim at on the Saturday card at Turfway Park.