Preakness 139 Wagering Plans

Once upon a time, I wrote a blog called “One Day Pro.” To put it in a nutshell, if you are thinking about hammering a track you normally don’t follow. You’re in a position to have your wallet removed from your back pocket. This is why many handicappers put their trust in Winning Ponies. They follow every track, and allow you to make the most of the Triple Crown. The best advice is put yourself in the winning position, and download the Winning Ponies E-Z Win Forms. How many time have you tried to conquer a track that you have NO knowledge? – For me, it has been more times than I would care to admit, but that is before I started working with Winning Ponies. Give yourself that edge this weekend.

 

The average win payoff for the Preakness is $12. The last time the chalk went to the winners circle was 2008 with Big Brown. Sometimes we get caught up in the sentimental moments of the big race, and we start wondering why when the horses hit the 16th pole.  According to Xpressbet, “twice in the last three years the winner was (12-1) or better.” Now, I’m not about to take one thing away from California Chrome. According to anyone who writes about racing, the numbers were incredibly slow. So what’s a horse player to do ?

This is where you dig into Winning Ponies and find some value, or jump up and down and scream for the chalk. No matter how hard you yell, I don’t think California Chrome can hear you in Baltimore. I have some sweet words for the Preakness Stakes this year. “New shooters have the dice.” Here are a few runners that will have my attention this week. But hey, don’t stop here. Be sure to download your E-Z Win Forms, as they’ll take every factor into play before releasing the top tier selections.

Danza - This lightly raced guy made a nice run in the Derby. He was stalled behind horses, and got motoring late in the lane to get a piece of the pie. While there is some fresh blood coming into the race, this could spell big trouble for the chalk. Danza may benefit from a sneaky-good run in the Derby to get the job done.

Social Inclusion – This runner was all the rage after he lit up Honor Code. Now that the dust has settled, and the hoopla of the Derby is over. S.I. can produce more speed than the field at Churchill. If he gets loose, it could be over in a hurry. The big race at GP can give you something to think about before heading to the windows.

 

Here are a few other tid-bits that may have you diving deep into the tier levels:

 

* The average exacta pays better than $110

* The trifecta average is $720

* The superfecta yields an average $5,000

* The Preakness card has an early pick-four with a $350,000 guarantee, and the late pick-four has a $1.5 million guaranteed pool.

 

As we start into the week, it’s never too far down the road to make your wagering plans. Winning Ponies will be dialed in, and it’s all up to you download your E-Z Win Forms and get ready for a big day at the races.

 

2 Responses to “Preakness 139 Wagering Plans”

  1. badfish says:

    your drinking the Kool-Aid on that NTR SI @ gulfstream. Its a record for the new configuration, which has a much shorter stretch run to finish, exasperating speed. Stay thirsty my friend!

  2. rick says:

    Glad I didn’t use the EZ win form for the Preakness. I had the tri and super. SMH @ WP once again.

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