I Pity the Fool

I pity the fool who didn’t play my Tips on Horses for Belmont Park on Wednesday.

Why?

Because my tips won seven of the nine races on the card.

Because my tips produced 305% ROI on combined win, exacta, daily double, and Pick3 bets.

Because my tips are FREE.

All you have to do is subscribe and my free tips on horses are delivered to your inbox every day that Belmont runs.

tips on horses imageLet’s look inside my tips.

I use two separate and distinct methodologies to rate each horse in the race. I then use the horses on top of both lists. I bet two horses in each race to win. If the same horse is on top of both lists, I bet that horse twice – that’s what I call a Two-Ticket Horse.

When there are different horses on top of the two lists, I box those two horses in the Exacta. If the same horse is on top of both races, I skip the exacta for that race.

I criss-cross the tips on both lists in the Doubles and Pick 3s. That means I’ll be placing four bets on the double and eight bets on the pick 3.

For demonstration purposes for Wednesday’s tips, I’m going to assume $2 bets to Win and $1 bets on the Exacta, Double, and Pick 3.

Win

I placed 18 Win bets on the 9 races – two Win bets per race – and collected on 11 winning tickets. (I bet Two-Ticket Horses in four races.) Yes, there were five favorites – but there was also a $24.80 Two-Ticket longshot.

Exacta

I played the Exacta in five races – and won once.

Double

I bet eight Doubles and won five times – but collected on 11 tickets because there were four Two-Ticket Horses in the mix.

Pick 3

I bet seven Pick 3s and won three times – but collected on 8 tickets because there were four Two-Ticket Horses in the mix.

Here’s what Race 7 and Race 8 looked like on my Tip Sheet.

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#4 In Speight Ofitall was a Two-Ticket Horse in Race 7 – won a photo finish – and paid $24.80.

in speight of it all photo

#9 Barrel of Love was a Two-Ticket Horse in Race 8 and paid $2.80 to Win. With Two-Ticket Horses in both races, I had four tickets on the Double that paid $44.00.

My Tips on Horses for Belmont are FREE. All you have to do is subscribe.

Barry Bowe is the author of Born to Be Wild, 1964 – The Year the Phillies Blew the Pennant, and 12 Best Eagles QBs.

Written by Barry Bowe

Former sportswriter – first to put Timmy Duncan’s name on the sports page.

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