Superior handicapping knowledge with a streak of gambler can really pay off this Sunday in the Bing Crosby Meet. The Del Mar’s stellar reputation of turf meets surf is wonderful for both viewing pleasure and potential profit for those that must wager afar. A double header is the highlight with two year old fillies in one of the race and established older fillies running in the other. The two races have cute titles like the Matriarch for the older horses. Fortunately for all of us, we have looked, examined, and contemplated over both races and have the picks for you to profit over on Sunday, November 30th.
Matriarch has Two We Like
One mile is a good distance to let the quality shine without it just being about endurance. We had our hearts broken by Egg Drop when she beat our bet Discreet Marq at the Hollywood Park. Big things will happen for Discreet here as well as for La Tia. This bolt of lightning is quick to start and holds that swiftness over this distance. She is a new breed of East Coast horse that does well all over the USA and not just near the Atlantic.
- Word of Warning : If Lexie Lou is entered, she is to be avoided as she exhausted herself recently from the Hollywood Derby Race.
The two year olds close out the day at the Cecil B. DeMille race again at one mile on the grass. Soul Driver won at Santa Anita on the turf over a tad longer distance. At 12-1 that day, the payoff was good and the potential for another one here is not out of the question. A horse like Sebastian’s Heart is a double dip to avoid. The horse has run three times since October before this one. Each time the result have declined from a first, second, and to finally a fourth. It edged out Diamond’s majesty but looked off compared to St Joes Bay. All three of them will be here also. Take a flier on Soul Driver for your racing pleasure in this one.
The world of horse racing is for those who want to be entertained at heart. While only certain seasons might be profitable, the action is present in every corner of the United States and abroad all year round. Unlike NASCAR and other sports that take breaks, horse racing is that constant companion all year. SO sit back and enjoy the action from the Bing Crosby Meet this weekend. Get those wagers in and make your passion into a hobby that pays off for you all year long.