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Bet On Horses Online – Classy Ladies And Lawnmowers

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 10/3/2011 6:41:09 PM

Last year the star of the show was Zenyatta but this season, the ladies have kept up their own end with quality all over the board in the handicap division and the online sports book Ladies Classic will crown the leader of the pack while Juvenile Turf candidates will come from around the globe to compete.

The history of the Ladies Classic at 9 furlongs on dirt has been a little like feast or famine. Odds-on winners Personal Ensign and Dance Smartly took the first 2 runnings of this fixture. Escena paid  one-two in 1998 but she sandwiched long shots One Dreamer ($47.10) and Spain ($55.90).

Round Pond paid 5-1 in 2006 and last season Bill Mott’s student Unrivaled Belle used her tactical speed to come from about 4 lengths off the pace to win gamely at 7 and a half to one.

Havre de Grace and Blind Luck will both have targets on their backs as the will likely resume their heated rivalry. Blind Luck beat her arch rival by a nose in the Grade 2 Delaware Handicap in July and then was flattered when Havre de Grace beat the boys in the Grade 1 Woodward Stakes with a 111 Beyer on September 3.

The other entrants in this race will not be bit players.

The first two finishers in the Grade 1 Personal Ensign, Ask the Moon and Pachattack will not give an inch.

The exacta sports betting websites players in the Grade 1 Alabama Royal Delta and It’s Tricky add intrigue to the race along with Alabama fourth Plum Pretty.

Factor in Molly Pitcher heroine Quiet Giant and Grade 1 Clement Hirsch exacta finishers, Ultra Blend and Zazu and you have a field of runners that all have the credentials to pull off the win.

Put babies on grass and ask them to go a mile in a full field and anything can happen and that will be the scenario in the Juvenile Turf.

This will be the fifth time the Juvenile Turf will be run. The 5-1 shot Nownownow won in 2007, 9-5 shot Donativum won the next year and in 2009 Pounced did just that as the chalk to make it two in a row for the John Gosden/Frankie Dettori combo.

Last year Pluck parlayed a sport betting win in the Grade 3 Summer Stakes at Woodbine to come from dead last at 6-1 under Garrett Gomez to get up by a length for trainer Todd Pletcher.

It was the first time a favorite did not run in the money in this race but the superfecta once again proved to be the spot that gave value to players.

Going into last season the average ‘super’ paid over $4,700 and last year the exotic came back over $5,550 as the second, third and 4th finishers went off at 4, 23 and 10-1.

At lot can happen in the following few weeks as far as the candidates are concerned but at this point three ‘win and you’re in’ players must be given the most ink.

State of Play made it two in a row taking the Grade 2 With Anticipation at Saratoga controlling the pace and outside by a half-length with a 76 Beyer.

By Grade 2 winner War Front and out of triple grass winner Valeta, State of Play is kin to a stakes placed runner and a half brother that won on grass.

Power is fresh from a win in the Group 1 Goffs at the Curragh while Finale will try to take the same route as Pluck as he comes off a Summer Stakes victory.

Power has won 4 of 5 and the loss was only by a neck. He is out of a winning dam and the dam is kin to over $425,000 earner and unbeaten runner Footstepsinthesand. The dam also dropped near $175,000 earning double winner Thakafaat.

Finale, also trained by Pletcher, has been unbeaten since being put on grass and he is kin to near $600,000 earner and Grade 3 winner Bright One.

Don’t be afraid to take a long look at all the Euros in the Juvenile Turf this season.

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