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We Hit Will Rogers' Yesterday, Let's Do It Again Today

We hit the Pick Four yesterday at Will Rogers, it didn't pay a ton, but it was profitable nonetheless. Today, we're going to go back to the well in Oklahoma and try to hit the Pick Five. It looks pretty playable, with a single at the end to cap it off, so let's give it a shot, eh? Here we go:

BlackJack's Will Rogers Pick Five:

Race Two: The (4) Native River is dropping back to a level where he has previously run twice and finished first and second. I like him best here for that reason. Will also use (1), (6), (7) and (8).

Race Three: This shapes up as a three horse race to me between the (8), (10) and (11). I favor the (8) Texas Long Bow because he is coming in from Remington and dropping in class here. Diodoro has been excellent in this situation at WRD this meet. I'm using all three.

Race Four: I think you can get out of this using the two Broberg horses (6) Paddy O and (8) Indian Gem, but I can't overlook the fact that the (7) Undivided won her last race at this level and finished second in the one prior, so she may be improving. I'll use all three here.

Race Five: This race is a short field and feels wide open, so i'm using all except the (2). Give me (3-6).

Race Six: This is our single. The (4) Hoboken trained by Karl Broberg and ridden by David Cabrera. This is a horse that tried to break his maiden at Churchill and Sam Houston in much classier races than this and came close, but fell short. This drop is huge here. He should walk home.

Note: You can easily cut this down if you want to spend less, by making it a Pick Four, still has value.

Lo Duca's Will Rogers Full Card Selections:

1: 3,6

2: 1,6

3: 3,5,6,8,9,10,11

4: 3,6,7,8,9

5: 3,5,6

6: 4...$105 for p5 $52.50 for p4

7: 1

8: 1,2,5,7,9,10,11,12

9: all

10: 5,6,7,10,12...$120 for p4