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Bet On Horse Racing - Buying the Beyers

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 1/28/2013 5:55:38 PM

The author himself, Andrew Beyer, recently had an article about the highest Beyers recorded in 2012 but lets try to visualize how some of these runners may improve or more backward on what they were able to accomplish last year.

Let’s look at the up and coming horse betting sophomores and those that will be pointing to the Triple Crown and a couple of older runners too.

The list brought to mind the 10 best Beyers in most divisions and interestingly, the BC Juvenile winner and Eclipse champ Shanghai Bobby did not make the list nor did the horse that beat him, Itsmyluckyday, in the Holy Bull last weekend.

Bob Baffert’s Super Ninety Nine could be a runner that will be able to build on his 97 top Beyer last year.

This guy won at first asking in a professional online betting manner, was a closing 2nd in a Grade 3 sprint, and then was bothered in an N1X spot.

The reason this guy has some upside is that he is kin to a multiple stakes winner and near $250,000 earner and maybe more importantly, is out of a dam that won multiple Grade 1s and banked nearly $1 million.

That runner, Exogenous, carried her speed 9 furlongs successfully which bodes well for 99 to get the classic distance.

Looking to the ladies, we all know about the brilliant speed of Beholder, who posted a 108 Beyer taking the BC Juvenile Fillies but she can back and was upset in her 2013 opener.

Emollient is a runner that has some tremendous upside this year. She ran well in defeat in the debut, graduated as the chalk and was a solid second in her 2012 closer in a Grade 2.

Her pedigree screams distance as her sire won the Belmont Stakes, her dam’s sire also won the Belmont. She was clear for fun in her 2012 closer and was troubled to boot.

For those that like underdogs, Little Mike is the vehicle. He has always been a free-running horse and plays ‘come catch me’ every time but he added a new wrinkle in 2012 by carrying his speed winning at a mile and quarter on grass in the Arlington Million with a 102 Beyer and then he proved it was no fluke taking the mile and a half BC Turf at a mile and a half with a 105 figure.

Three of his 7 figures in 2012 were 100 or more, he is repeatedly proven fresh, has drilled several times in January at Gulfstream and the feeling is the best is yet to come.

Trained by Eclipse Award winning trainer Dale Romans, he may have even a more elusive 2013 year.

Csaba is a sound horse that figures to build on his 4 for 12 record last year. If you toss his turf attempts, he form brightens and he has a super stalk and pounce style.

His last 3 starts in 2012 produced triple digit Beyers and he overcame an ordinary break to win his 2013 opener going away by a neck.

This guy handles any kind of going, he has run well at a number of different venues and he will always have a puncher’s chance because of his positional speed. Look for him to improve his year on his career best 106 Beyer.

Good luck with your sports betting and stay tuned.

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