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Posted by on 1/7/2014 8:55:43 PM

As must online sports betting site players are aware, records are made to be broken but it could be awhile before a trainer snaps the feat accomplished by David Jacobson last week.

Jacobson watched his student Tiz Gianna student win last Friday as Jacobson set a single year winners record on the New York Racing Association circuit.

Jacobson, 59, has been around the block. Jacobson: “Setting records wasn’t a goal when I came back to training. I was just trying to win a race at a time. Hopefully we’ll keep this going for a long time and break the record next year.

This spring Jacobson was under scrutiny as he got really hot winning 8 races with 16 starters. His barn was under surveillance but the stable had its last medication violation in 2007 in New York and the only problems he has encountered is when he shipped out of town when his runners were in the care of other people.

This is a nice comeback story since Jacobson lost his license in 1982 because of accusations of neglect to horses.

Jacobson, who returned to the game after being gone for 25 years, is not the first of his name to succeed in New York.

His father Buddy was the leading trainer in New York 5 times back in the 1960s before he fell on harsh times.

Buddy was convicted of murder in the last 1980s. Ironically, he was talking to his son David on the phone when the police found him in the Criterion Restaurant in Manhattan Beach, an establishment that I used to go to frequently when I lived at the beach in Los Angeles.

For the record, Jacobson used a variety of ploys to get his horses to the finish line first and these following stats recount what he is capable of on a daily basis.

He can keep a horse going good once he gets good as he is 23% with last out winners. When he brings a horse back within a week, it’s time to get down as he pops at 21%.

The guy has a great eye for a claim, as he is 26% in the first start after he claims a horse and he is not averse to giving a horse a race off a layoff. He is 25% in the second off a layoff of 180 days or more.

He is adept at cutting a horse back or stretching a horse out and a little more potent with sprint to route runners. His runners also tend to be on the cheaper side so he doesn’t saddle a ton of Maiden Special Weight runners. But when he starts maiden claimers, he wins at nearly 30%.

Blinkers on means business as he is 21% with first-time blinkered runners but one of his more potent ploys is when he sends his runners on dirt after a turn outing.

That maneuver counts for about 30% of winners.

Obviously, he can strike in a number of ways so beware of everything he sends out.??

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