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Subject: Re: a resurrection, anyone? Date: 6/24/2006 6:40 PM
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The book is pretty good.The author plays large sums of money on pick 6's etc. I play with a small bankroll, usually $50. to $60. a day. We mostly play breeding. A horse going the long distance or going on the grass for the first time. That's why we won the exacta in the Belmont and Derby. The horses had the superior breeding to go the distance. Another example would be if a horse was on the turf and ran a bad race, people get off of him. We always give a horse at least 3 chances. We have scored our best hits on turf races.
We had a bad day at Calder, lost $38.00. but we had 5 straight winning sessions.
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