It is time to head up to Columbus, Ohio and make the best of the action. There was a big weekend, and from here on out, they will all have meaning. But, Tuesday afternoon also offers a chance to bankroll. So take where you can get it….Also, we will make a stop in the city of brotherly love for a little change maker. So download your data and get in the mix.
Beulah Park – Race #1 – #1 Rum N Ting (5-1)
Yuri Yaranga is in the saddle for Eric Reed. They have teamed up to win 67%, and that is no laughing matter. Speed from the rail today, and goes from poly to the dirt oval. You can add in the beaten favorite angle last out, and Reed knows where to spot the runners. He is 33% a winner with maiden claimers, and he will make the best of his chances. That you can always count on.
Beulah Park – Race #6 – #6 M S Roxie (3-1)
Victor Urieta Moran is in the irons for Doug Cowans. Cowans is probably the best trainer on the grounds, and he does his talking with his horses. I like his style, and no matter what the price, he always tries with his runners. He brings them on their “A” game. Faced open company last out, and drops back in class into Ohio company. Look for a stalking speed trip, and is 2/2 at Beulah lifetime. Also, don’t ever leave Cowans out of any exotics.
Philly Park – Race #6 – #3 Put it in Writing (9-5)
Trainer Juan Carlos is winning at 45% at Philly. 2nd time off a layoff, and 4/7 ITM. Add in 4/5 at the distance, and that makes it more attractive. He won by 7 3/4 last out, and starter 5 is going to look good on him. The turf to dirt move, and I would look for more of a positive move to the winner’s circle.