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La Jolla Handicap Betting – My Best Brother Keeps La Jolla Streak Alive

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 8/10/2012 5:26:39 PM

Who: Thoroughbreds – My Best Brother (win)
What: Horse Racing Betting Tips – La Jolla Handicap
Where: Del Mar
When: Saturday August 11

La Jolla is an affluent seaside resort just south of the Del Mar racetrack and Saturday the race in its name will be renewed at a mile and a sixteenth on grass and the competitors will all be going for the gold.

The Grade 2 stakes offers a $150,000 purse and last year Burns provided trainer Barry Abrams and rider Pat Valenzuela with the victory as he got an ideal trip to win by a neck after sitting 4th early and posting a 88 winning Beyer.

Only 5 will face the starter but the race is competitive as the top weight will carry 121 and the light weights run at 117.

Online sports book players will have to keep an intent eye on My Best Brother in the La Jolla as he is going for his fourth straight win.

It took this Julio Canani charge a couple of races to figure it out but since he teamed up with Martin Garcia he has been unbeatable. Garcia likes to let him roll on the lead and that will be the strategy on Saturday. He has also trained forwardly with this race in mind.

Brothercomes off a win in his division of the opening-day Oceanside and will be challenged by the third finisher that day, Old Time Hockey.

The Puckster is trained by the cagey Tom Proctor and he has every right to improve after getting a feel of the local grass course. You could easily make a case for him getting a three-hole trip behind the dueling leaders.

Chips All In was 2nd beaten a neck in the slower half of the split Oceanside stakes and he figures to be sent hard out of the blocks from the sound of the bell.

Proven in a number of minor stakes, Chips All In has the two recent races to draw from and hails from the clever Jeff Mullins horse beting barn. The runner was hung wide in his other Graded effort and that came on the dirt as he gets a pivotal rider switch to Garrett Gomez, who is popping at 24% at Del Mar this meet.

Blingo will need help up front but with a projected honest pace, he has to be given a shot to run down some rivals. Trained by Zenyatta’s teacher John Shirreffs, he will adore this trip after closing ground on opening day.

The concern about Blingo is that he has been out of the money in all three other Graded attempts.

The basic unknown online betting play comes in the form of Facoltoso, who made his stateside debut on opening day when he only beat one to the wire. The runner tried one Group 2 race in Italy but was 34-1 that day and only beat 4 to the wire when losing by a dozen lengths.

The say that speed kills but not today.


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