29 Sep 2005 08:56:42
kojim
Key Horse picks Thursday September 29 2005


Good morning, everyone --

What is the Key Horse method?

It's not about winning, it's about making money. I find a horse with an
excellent chance of finishing in the money. I use him as my Key Horse
with several others in exotic wagers. My Key Horse makes me money when
he finishes in the top three or four. When a long shot beats him, so
much the better.

I have five picks in three races today, all at Belmont. You can see all
of these picks at:

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My Free Picks for today:

Belmont 4th Race 2:33pm US Eastern Time

Imperial Zip #8 (ML 3-1) This 2-year-old colt has been in the money
twice in his four career starts. In his last race, August 26 at
Saratoga, he finished second to the runaway winner, Parkingonbroadway.
He also holds the highest Beyer in this field, recording 70 in both his
races at Belmont in June and July. Trainer Leroy Jolley has acquired
apprentice P. Morales as his rider, which also gives this colt a
seven-pound advantage over the rest of the field.

Silver Timber #7 (ML 7-2)returns after a short six-week vacation. In
his debut August 11 at Saratoga, he finished third in a very fast race.
Since then, Linda Rice has been working this horse steadily in the
mornings; his last work was September 22, a bullet breeze. Linda Rice
does well with second-time starters. This horse was sold for $110,000
as a yearling, the highest price in this field: Imperial Zip was an
$80,000 yearling. The rest of the field were all cheaper horses at
$15,000 or below.

I'm going to use both of these Key Horses in Exacta and Trifecta
wagers. (posted 1130 Sep 29)

Best of luck today and always to everyone. To your Wealth!

-- KO Jim

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