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Generous Stakes Betting - The Season To Be Generous

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 11/25/2012 5:38:48 PM

What: Generous Stakes
Who: Rising Legend (win)
Where: Betfair at Hollywood Park
When: Saturday, November 24

Since this is the season to be Generous, let’s try to get ahead of the game on Saturday in the Grade 3 $100,000 Generous Stakes.

Two-year-olds will be going a mile on turf for the first prize and there is a smorgasbord of options for online sports
betting site players to examine.

Trainer John Sadler looking for that deja vu feeling here as he saddled the Generous winner last year Stoney

His charge this year Rising Legend has fired every time and even though weight is not at the forefront, this guy did
win packing 129.

The blood is there for this guy to be any kind as kin to Danehurst, who took a Group 2 and banked over $425K. He
has a couple of local works under the belt and is seeking his third horse betting win in a row.

One Firm Cat was shuffled BC Day and never had a shot to quicken. He has more speed than he has shown in recent days and has a right to rebound off the last effort.

Under Review invades from Chicago for Sadler. The third and 4th finishers in the debut graduated next out and he has been acclimating in California for a while now. 

Also like fact he got a spin over the course as both Sadlers must be respected. 

Den’s Legacy’s best races have been on the grass. The Bob Baffert charge has trained forwardly for this and there seems to be enough speed in here to help promote the kick. One could see him sitting a nice trip, maybe 3 or so off a moderate pace hoping the speed comes back.

Dancin Upside Down has been stabled here and the spin on the 15th suggests he is feeling pretty good about himself. The concern is he must find a way to turn the tables on the Baffert charge among others. 

Tree of Life has a pretty weak pedigree but don't be so harsh about last as he was hung out to dry from post 12.

Ekahi will be a price. A couple in the family won on grass including One and Twenty, who took the G3 Natalma on turf and banked about $180,000.

This seems like an ambitious placement but connections have hit the jackpot with bombs in stakes at times in the past.

Christopher Street was educated in the debut when off poorly and then the gelding rolled like a train for the maiden breaker. This guy has talent, but things will have to break just right. 

Shining Copper was professional in the victory and finished with interest in tight quarters in last. Trainer Neil Drysdale has been a master at pointing to a particular race over the years.

Counting Days freaked for the first win. Backers can point to the fact that kin Louie Es was a double winner on grass and banked over $100K. He probably needs to run the race of his life to cash.

The way Rising Legend ran in Europe suggests he should be able to maintain contact early. His rider, Julien Leparoux excels on grass and there are not apparent stars in the online sportsbook field.

Bet the Legend to win.

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