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Belmont Park Choices 6-10-2023 Belmont Stakes Day

2023.06.09 18:59 hodsct59 Belmont Park Choices 6-10-2023 Belmont Stakes Day

My normal maximum budget for any week of racing is around $400, which I am comfortable with losing should I not hit a race. While I personally do not like to lose that much any week, the only other options are to bet less money or pass the races entirely. Playing less money will cause me to far short of my monthly and/or yearly goals and not playing at all is like the saying goes "You have to be in it for any chance of winning." On big race weekends, I will budget more, not to spread out my risk anymore, but to bet more of the better races and fuller fields that comes around only so often. Good Luck and hopefully you can knock down a big score which is so much more enjoyable than trying to nickel and dime the tracks to death (never works long term).
Race 1: Maiden Special Weight --- Purse $90,000 --- 3 YOs & Up F&M ---- 6 Furlongs Turf:
2) Get Respect (8-1) is making her first start of the year. However, with maidens, they do not have to be the fittest a trainer can get them because most are not anywhere near their full potential until after a few races of experience. This one has 7 works for her first start this year, the first two were leg stretchers, the next four were decent and has the look of a trainer trying to get horse fit and the last work, 3 days before scheduled start, simply an exercise to keep her happy until race day. 3x5 to Storm Cat.
6) Quiescent (15-1) has started twice this year, setting the pace to the top of the stretch before tiring slightly to finish third while losing the photo finish at the wire to the Brown entry just above her, then setting the pace for a half before tiring badly in her last race which obviously her first start of year took enough conditioning out of her that she was still tire when entered back despite one average work after that first start (better known as a bounce). Now she has one good work, indicating she is not tired now and expect a rebound in this start. 5x5 to Mr. Prospector but also has a crossing influence to Never Bend through the dam line of Arch on her sire side and thru the 3rd dam, Stiff Breeze, a daughter. Fifth dam, Whirl Right, is a full sister to 1941 U.S. TC winner Whirlaway.
3) Roman Goddess (12-1) has started once this year and stumbled at the start which basically eliminated her from having any chance to impact the race. She has five more works since that effort and most of them were designed only to give her some leg stretching exercise. 4x4 to Mr. Prospector & Danzig.
10) Cindylouwho (15-1) has started 4 times this year, with 2 third place finishes in 5 furlongs grass sprints her only board finishes and the starts on dirt with little effort put into each race. She now has 3 placings in 4 lifetime attempts on grass and only needs to produce a race similar to any of them to be a major factor against these. She has what looks like two good works since her last, but both came on the Palm Meadows training track which is one of the fastest training tracks in the nation and those works are average at best. However, based off her actual races, she fits with these. 4x3 to A.P. Indy, 5(C)x5(C)x4(F) to Northern Dancer, 5x4 to Mr Prospector, 5x5 to Secretariat & Roberto.
My Risks: $8 WP 2, $5 Ex Box 2-6, $1 Tri Box 2-3-6, $.20 Super Box 2-3-6-10, $1 Super Key 2 with 3-6-10 with 3-6-10 with 3-6-10. Total Risk $42.80.
Race 2: Allowance --- Purse $80,000 --- 3 YOs & Up F&M NY Bred N/W $18K 1x or N/W 2 Races Lifetime --- 7 Furlongs Turf:
8) Silver Skillet (10-1) has one start this year which he chased the early pace for 6 furlongs before tiring, which is a typical first start back for most front runners after getting five months or longer break. Trainer put one easy or leg stretching type work in her since that start simply because he already saw her speed was still there in works prior to her first start back. This will be her first start on grass in her career. See a likely gate to wire effort for her against these. 5(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Mr. Prospector.
6) Lisa's Vision (8-1) has started once this year where she sat mid-pack early edge herself up to the edge of being a serious contender into the stretch before flattening out and stalling. Again, this is a typical first start back for a horse with this running style and you should expect improvement this out. Her last two efforts just before the break in races with same class, distance, and surface, she was nearing an effort to move on to the next condition or better races. Trainer has put 5 more works in her since her last effort, an easy work followed by 4 decent to good works. If she gets a little help with a pressured early pace which she did not get in her first start back, she could easily win this. Contender. 5x3 to Storm Cat.
7)Royal Dancer (12-1) has one start this year where she was eyeing the early pace as two ahead of her duel for a quarter, then the leader shook free and open a clear lead, forcing this one to pick up the chase much earlier than preferred, but then chase the loose leader to the top of the stretch before tiring after breaking from the 12th post, a slot that has very little chance to win in NY grass sprints. Trainer has put 5 more works in her since that effort, mostly leg stretching type works but a couple that could prove very helpful, including a bullet work five days before this start. She has two NY bred stakes placings on grass before she broke her maiden. Has some talent. 4(C)x5(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Northern Dancer, 5x4 to Fappiano.
1)I'mhavingamoment (5-1) has four starts this year, the first race was a state bred stakes race which she was overmatched against coming off a maiden win, then finished second and then 2 thirds after a drop down in class and a slow rise back up into condition allowance in her last start while also her first effort on grass. Has two works since that last effort, a good work followed by a decent and useful work. 5x4 to Danzig, 5x5 to Cyane, 5(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Northern Dancer. Her 5th dam is U.S. Champion Filly, Tempted, who has a stakes race named in her honor for 3 YO fillies.
My Risk: $6 WP 6, $5 Ex Box 6-8, $1 Tri Box 6-7-8, $.30 Super Box 1-6-7-8, $1 Super Key 8 with 1-6-7 with 1-6-7 with 1-6-7. Total Risk: $41.20.
Race 3: Pass on betting.
Race 4: Allowance --- Purse $85,000 --- 3 YOs & Up N/W $18K 1x or N/W 2 lifetime --- 7 Furlongs:
4) Bezos (50-1) has started 4 times this year, has flashed front running speed in all of them but then tired badly. In his last start, he carried his speed further than he has all year long or since he was last in his best form. This type wins only when they can control the early pace and he looks like he found a spot where he can do just that. Most of these horses have not tried stakes races in their career but the few that have has done so against young 2 YOs or 3 YOs, except this one when he set the pace in a G3 and a listed stake race against proven older horses. In addition, he will carry light race in the field due to his jockey receiving a 7 lbs. apprentice break. May seen foolish but will take a shot with this one with the speed to top of the stretch angle I have used successful plenty of times.
9) Twelth Man (6-1) has started three times this year with a second in his first start his only board finish this year. However, his current form cycle began with his last start last year after a 7-month break and he returned in close to same physical form as when he was stopped on. After a couple of pretty good efforts, he had a couple of not so good efforts. He is working on his third race since a good effort, and this is an angle I read about years ago that suggested betting horses back in their third start after a win if next two starts were not as good as his winning effort, but tweaked this angle to include all horses that gave a solid effort because it worked more often that way and with higher odds than the third race after a win.
2) Shipsational (15-1) has started 4 times this year with a second in his third start back as his only board finish this year. Next two races were poor and would normally be enough to consider a horse has tailed off his best form. But he has 5 works since that last effort, all of them decent to good that were also likely very useful. His current form cycle began in October last year when he came off almost a 7 month break after a second and third effort in a G2 & G3 stake races that obviously knocked him off his best form.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 4-9, $1 Tri Box 2-4-9, $2 Quinella 2-4, $2 Quinella 4-9. Total Risk $20.00.
Race 5: Poker Stakes(G3) --- Purse $200,000 --- 4 YOs & Up ---- One Mile Turf:
3) Mackinnon (15-1) is making his first start of the year. Has six works to prepare for this start but also a trainer that brings his trainees back in top form often. 4x5 to Storm Cat.
1)Chez Pierre (1-1) threw easily a career best in last. A bounce candidate for sure. Under no circumstance would I accept 1-1 odds or less on a horse whose biggest win in the U.S. before his last race was a listed stake and has shown he is vulnerable against this class.
5) Anaconda (8-1) looks in best shape of the rest in a weak field for a G3 stakes race.
My Risk: $8 Exacta Straight 3-1, $1 Tri Box 1-3-5, $6 Tri Straight 3-1-5. Total Risk $20.00.
Race 6: Brooklyn Stakes(G2) --- Purse $250,000 ---- 4 YOs & Up --- 1 1/2 Miles:
6) Forewarned (20-1) has five starts with one win and one third his placings this year. I normally try to find horses that run late in these marathon type races, and he looks like he maybe can though this far is a question mark for him like every other horse in this field.
11) Code Runner (50-1) was originally trained by Asmussen and showed a little ability but not enough to impact graded stakes races. Horse was eventually put in hands of a trainer that has shown no ability or idea of how to properly prepare or get a horse fit. So, his race record looks much worse than it should and in a race like this, anything can and usually does happen.
9) Calibrate (10-1) won a stakes race at this distance two back while finishing in front of a couple of these, then was kept wide by the jockey throughout in his last start when beaten by several of these (per equibase footnotes). Switch of trainers and two good works since his last start. Which one will show up today? Guess right and you could make a decent score.
7) Warrant (5-2) won his last start under a drive after stalking and putting only front runner away heading into the stretch. Will likely have more pace to run at in here, so if jockey times his move slightly later, he will have a better chance of holding the late runners safe. A move a little early, like his last, likely results in a board finish only. 3 works since his last start, an easy leg stretching type work followed by two good works suggests he will be antsy to go earlier than usual.
My Risks: $4 Exacta Box 6-11, $1 Tri Box 6-9-11, $.30 Super Box 6-7-9-11. Total Risk $21.20. (a wild guess).
Race 7: Ogden Phipps S(G1) --- Purse $500,000 --- 4 YOs & Up F&M ---- 1 1/16 Mile:
1)Pass The Champagne (8-1) ran a monster type race when just getting caught at the wire by the eventual Ky Oaks winner in the Ashland Stakes in her very first start against winners two years ago. However, that race not only knock her off form, but she needed almost a year off after a dull effort in the Oaks, then won an O/C race in her only start before taking another year break. A typical scenario of being asked to do too much too soon. She has four starts this year but in her last start, she suggested she has returned to her best form. Two useful works since her last start and she is sitting on go. 3x4 to Mr. Prospector, 4(C)x5(C)x5(C) to Northern Dancer.
4) Secret Oath (2-1) has started three times this year, winning her first start and then just missing in both of her next two starts, finishing 2nd in each race. Her Ky Oaks win remains her only G1 triumph through she has placed 2nd or 3rd in six more G1 races, all in her last 10 starts. 4x3 to Fappiano, 5(C)x5(C)x4(F) to Mr. Prospector.
2) Search Results (4-1) has started once this year and finishing third after trying the length of the stretch to get by the top two with no results. She has three works since that start, a good work followed by two useful works. Complete outcross in her first five generations. However, 8th dam, Iron Maiden, a daughter of War Admiral, produced 1957 Ky Derby winner Iron Liege and is 2nd dam of 1955 Ky Derby winner, Swaps.
6) Clairiere (6-5) has started twice this year, finishing second in the first start and then turning the tables on that rival in their next start. Both again shows up for the next major test for older females and either one could win without it being a major shock. She has 5 works since her last start, 2 easy leg stretching type works followed by two good and useful works and then another leg stretching type work 6 days before scheduled start. 3x4 to Mr. Prospector, 5x5 to Northern Dancer.
My Risks $5 Ex Box 1-4, $1 Tri Box 1-2-4, $3 Tri Key 1 with 2-4 with 2-4, $2 Super Key 1 with 2-4-6 with 2-4-6 with 2-4-6. Total Risk $34.00.
Race 8: Woody Stephens Stakes(G1) --- Purse $400,000 --- 3 YOs ---- 7 Furlongs:
2) Gun Pilot (20-1) has started five times this year with 1 win and 2 seconds his best finish. In his last start, lasix was removed from him for the second time and for the second time he ran a flat race, especially in the stretch but this time it was an even race where his late kick was missing. It will be interesting to see what he does when lasix is remove for the second race in a row for the first time of his career. He has four works since that start, an easy leg stretching work followed by 2 bullet 5 furlongs works then another blowout type work 5 days before his scheduled start. Sire, Gun Runner, was a late developer mostly because he was thrown against top competition that set him back a few months, but trainer has brought this one along more slowly and waiting for the light to click on for him. 4x3 to Storm Cat, 4x4 to Quiet American, 5(C)x5(C)x5(F) to Fappiano. His 5th dam, Ocean's Answer, is a full sister to Storm Bird who developed her own important line and is named a Reine-de-Course mare because of her influence on the breed.
13) Drew's Gold (8-1) has started four times in his career, winning all 4 starts, including 3 this year. Now, he will get the acid test to find out just how good he might be. Many of you probably do not know this trainer, but he started his training career in Southern California and a few years later was sending horses back & forth to compete in Florida and California. But he, like several others, closed their California barns due to workers compensation laws that cause many good barns to struggle, then practically disappeared for a decade before resurfacing again in Kentucky & then NY. He has one workout since his last start, a bullet work 10 days before scheduled start. Contender. 5x4 to Storm Bird, 5x5 to Northern Dancer, Secretariat, & Blushing Groom. His dam line traces back to La Troienne which simply means this is a dam line influenced by Domino as 10 of her 11 daughters and one son was bred to Domino line sires.
11) Victory Formation (10-1) has started 3 times this year, winning a listed stakes in his first start followed by a poor effort in a G2 stakes race and then leading until deep stretch before finishing 3rd in another listed stakes. However, if you look at the distance of all three races (1 mile, 1 1/8 mile and 1 1/8) and then you look at his dam line, you will see his problem. His 2nd dam is a daughter of a solid sprinter and good sprinting sire, 4th dam, White Jasmine, is a granddaughter of Crimson Satan and his 6th dam, Sister Satan, is a 1/2 sister to Crimson Satan. Crimson Satan hails from the Domino sire line who was best known by how fast he was sprinting. He has four works since his last start, the first two good works followed by 2 decent works where trainer looked intent on trying to get him to rate by slowing his works down, something he did for the first time. 5x3 to Mr. Prospector, 5x5 to In Reality, 5(C)x5(C)x5(F) to Seattle Slew.
4) General Jim (7-2) has started three times this year, finishing unplaced in his first start though blocked most of the stretch run, then winning his next two starts in a G3 and then a G2 stakes races. He has three works since his last start, a leg stretching type work, then a good work, followed by another leg stretching type work six days before scheduled start. Looks as ready as any in here to me. Outcross in his first 5 generations but has plenty of Mr. Prospector & Northern Dancer influences on both sides.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 2-13, $1 Tri Box 2-11-13, $.30 Super Box 2-4-11-13, $1 Super Key 13 with 2-4-11 with 2-4-11 with 2-4-11. Total Risks $29.20.
Race 9: Jaipur Stakes (G1) --- Purse $400,000 ---- 3 YOs & Up --- 6 Furlongs Turf:
5) Dr, Zempf (8-1) has started twice this year with his first start being a win in an O/C race on a GP turf course that played much faster this year than normal. Then tried G1 stakes company in his next out, set most of the pace to the top of the stretch before tiring at one mile on Keeneland's grass course. Believe he will enjoy the cutback to 6 furlongs. 3x4 to Machiavellian but sire line and broodmare sire line flows back into Northern Dancer.
13) Front Run The Fed (30-1) has started once this year in an allowance race, was near the back early, then started his rally soon after a half was complete and came with a rush in the stretch and was up and clear in time for the win. Has two leg stretching type works since that start. The stretch-out to six furlongs should suit him even more but will need to avoid trouble for best opportunity. 4x4 to Rahy, 4x5 to Mr. Prospector, 5x5 to Roberto.
10) Big Invasion (6-1) has two starts this year, winning his first start in a listed stakes at 5F on grass, then finishing unplaced in a G2 stakes race at 5 1/2 furlongs on grass but had trouble near the eight pole that likely caused him a better finish. Has 2 decent and useful works since his last start. 5x4 to Mr. Prospector. His 5th dam, Really Blue, is an unraced full sister to 1969 G1 Ky Derby & Preakness winner Majestic Prince and 2nd dam of 1998 Ky Derby & Preakness winner, Real Quiet.
6) Ice Chocolat (30-1) has three starts this year, the first to at 5 1/2 furlongs on grass and he finished unplaced in both of them, then switched to the AWT and stretched out to six furlongs when he edged closer to the leaders in the stretch run but a closing late kick was lacking. Now his fourth start of the year and one good work since his last start should help him find that needed punch late. 4(C)x5(C)x5(F) to Northern Dancer, 5(C)x4(F)x 4(F) to Mr. Prospector, 5x5 to Special.
My Risk $5 Ex Box 5-13, $ 1 Tri Box 5-10-13, $.30 Super Box 5-6-10-13, $1 Super Key 5 with 6-10-13 with 6-10-13 with 6-10-13. Total Risk $29.20.
Race 10: Metropolitan H(G1) --- Purse $1,000,000 --- 3 YOs & Up One Mile:
6) Zandon (5-1) has started once this year and finished second in what obviously trainer considered a prep for this start. The total purse for that race was $175K and no real help in raising a stallion's value, the purse for this race is $1M along with a likely raise in a stallion's value. He has three decent to good works since that effort and follows exactly the type of works he put in the horse before that race. 4x5 to Mr. Prospector.
2) Slow Down Andy (10-1) is making his first start of the year. He has 8 works to prepare for this start, the first 2 blowout type 3 furlongs works followed by 3 4 furlongs works that were simply leg stretching type works then a good 5 furlongs work and 2 good six furlongs works, none of them too fast to suggest he may leave his race in his works but not too slow to get no help from them. For reference, you can look how he brought Goldencents back off a 7-month break after winning the previous year BC Dirt Mile and finished 2nd to Palace Malice in the Met Mile. The favorite beat him last year in the BC Dirt Mile but his trip in the race (stumbled at the start, then became rank when rushed) before heading to biggest race of his life was a major reason why and usually knocks top horses off their best form. 5x4 to Mr. Prospector.
1)Cody's Wish (7-5) has made one start this year and made it a decisive win in a G1 stakes but everything in there were not of G1 quality except him which made an average win look like a romp. These are much tougher and trainer is acting concerned by how fast he has worked the horse since that race. 3 blistering fast works. Normally, horses that works this hard in works are tosses for me but I have not seen Mott put these types of works into his trainees in decades (thought he learned the hard way that super-fast works rarely works). He might run away and hide but the opposite happens way more than not. Am using caution. 3(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Mr. Prospector.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 2-6, $3 Tri Straight 2-6 with 2-6 with 1, $5 Tri Key 6 with 1-2 with 1-2. Total Risk $26.00.
Race 11: Manhattan Stakes(G1) --- Purse $750,000 --- 4 YOs & Up --- 1 1/4 Mile Turf:
3) Warren Point (5-1) has one start in the U.S. this year where he was near the back early closed with a rush and taking a brief lead into the stretch before hanging and dropping back to fifth at 3-5 at 1 3/8 mile on the grass. Horse has shown he would much prefer the 1 1/4M distance as all 4 of his grass wins have come at that distance and his one 1 1/2-mile win was on the AWT. He has three works since that start, a leg stretching type work on dirt followed by two bullet works on grass around the dogs. 4x4 to Mr. Prospector, 5x5 to Northern Dancer, but also has a crossing to Never Bend through his grandsons Shirley Heights and Irish River.
10) Highest Honors (20-1) has one start this year where he was near the back early, was in a grind mold throughout the race but never really reach serious contention to finish 4th. Trainer has put 11 works in him, the first 5 works a little faster than he normally puts into his trainees, then gave the horse 13 days before returning to the work tab for six more weekly works, all of them good and decent though again faster than what he usually asks from his trainees. Likely as ready as he can be without a race in between some of these works. 4(C)x5(C)x4(F) to Mr. Prospector, 5x3 to Northern Dancer.
5) Soldier Rising (12-1) has one start this year where he sat mid-pack early, then eased back to last nearing the far turn while he waited for others to offer their best move, then came with a rush down the stretch to finish 2nd though no threat to winner who got away while he waited. Has 2 works since that race, a bullet work followed by a leg stretching work 6 days before scheduled start, both on grass around the dogs. 3x4 to Sadler's Wells & Danehill, 4(C)x5(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Northern Dancer, 5x5 to Special.
1)So High (50-1) has three starts this year and has not placed yet this year though he has carry his speed to the top of the stretch in each race. This race is lacking on front runners who has shown ability to beat good horses but this one will likely be the last one to stop. He has run respectable in a G1 stakes race last year at 1 3/8 miles but was never going to beat Channel Cat who won several big G1 grass stakes in his career. 4x5 to Northern Dancer, 5x5 to Northern Dancer.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 3-10, $1 Tri Box 3-5-10, $.20 Super Box 1-3-5-10, $.60 Super Key 3 with 1-5-10 with 1-5-10 with 1-5-10, $6 Super Straight 3-10-5-1. Total Risk $30.00.
Race 12: Belmont Stakes(G1) --- $1,500,000 --- 3 YOs --- 1 1/2 Mile:
1)Tapit Shoes (20-1) Has three starts this year, the first two in o/c races where he finished 4th, then 3rd and then finished 2nd (by a head) in a stakes race at OP that offered an all fees paid to the winner to enter the Preakness S. But before that start, trainer had him under consideration for a start in the Blue Grass S by working him three times at Keeneland including on the day of the race but opted to wait while he tried to qualify Verifying for the derby. He worked again on Lexington Stakes Day which suggests that race was also under consideration before deciding on the race he did race in. Since that near miss, he has 4 more good works and this horse is sitting on a big effort. 4(C)x5(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Mr. Prospector but has a Seattle Slew crossing in the sire line and as grandsire of the 4th dam, Trithenia.
7) Hit Show (10-1) has started three times this year, winning a G3 stakes in his first start, then missing a G2 win by a nose when second followed by a fifth in the Ky Derby after getting caught in the melee near the rail turning into the stretch. Has three works since that start, a leg stretching type work followed by a good work and them another leg stretching type work one week before scheduled start. 4x5 to Fappiano, 5x5 to Mr. Prospector.
8) Angel Of Empire (7-2) has three starts this year, finishing 2nd in a listed stakes then winning his next 2 starts in a G2 and a G1 stakes races following by a fast closing third in the Ky Derby. He has three works since his last start, a useful work followed by two very good works but not too fast that it takes anything out of him. 4x5 to Miswaki, 5x4 to Mr. Prospector.
3) Tapit Thrice (3-1) has 4 starts this year, winning his first three starts in an o/c race, then a G3 win followed by a G1 win. In his last start in the Ky Derby, he was never able to get involved because his Blue Grass win caused him to use to much fitness trying to catch a speed type on Keeneland's notorious speed favoring track. A blunder his trainer makes almost every year that has caused him several derby wins. He has three works since that race, a useful one followed by a good work and then a leg stretching type work one week before scheduled start. 3x4 to A.P. Indy & Unbridled.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 1-7, $1 Tri Box 1-7-8, $4 Tri Key 1 with 7-8 with 7-8, $.30 Super Box 1-3-7-8, $1 Super Key 1 with 3-7-8 with 3-7-8 with 3-7-8. Total Risk $37.20.
Race 13: Allowance --- Purse $80,000 ---- 3 YOs & Up NY Bred N/W $18K 1x or N/W 2 Lifetime --- 1 1/16 Mile Turf:
9) Curly Larry And Mo (8-1) has started three times this year and has not placed. However, all three starts came against open bred and he should relish the return to NY bred foes. He has no works since his last race but expect him to set the early pace and play a catch me if you can game, much like he did in last year's one mile BC Juvenile Turf S. Complete outcross in his first 5 generations but has a Caro crossing in the sire line and in the broodmare sire line as sire of the dam of Maria's Mon, who is the broodmare sire. Also has Crafty Admiral influence through Danzig and Crafty Admiral himself as the sire of the 4th dam, Won't Tell You, dam of Affirmed.
6) Mighty Atlas (30-1) has started twice this year, the first in a state bred o/c race where he trailed for a half mile then put in a run to get into contention into the stretch but could not chase down the gate to wire winner at one mile on dirt. Next start was in a state bred allowance, also at one mile on dirt, he never got involved after two works just before that race were on the dull side also, indicating he regressed slightly off that first effort. Now has two more works since his last start, a good work followed by a leg stretching but useful work and will now make the first grass start of his career. Good shot at upsetting this field. 5x2 to Capote with crossing help from the influential broodmare Alanesian.
8) Barrel Of Quests (15-1) has started twice this year, the first which he made a move to get into contention going into the far turn but had no further response in his first start in seven months in an open bred condition allowance race, as should be expected. He then shipped back to NY and was entered in a state bred allowance and cut back to a mile on grass when he ran an even race but again had no response in the stretch run. Will likely keep moving forward and is not far off his best race, so any improvement off his last likely results in a board finish. Complete outcross in his first 5 generations but has plenty of Domino blood on both sides of pedigree.
2) Let's Go Big Blue (4-1) will be making his first start of the year. However, last year, hew broke his maiden in his first start, then his next three starts came against open bred stakes horses, and he held his own in the first two before by far the worst race of his career when blinkers were added. That last experience did not help, and trainer will remove the blinkers for this start, and he will go with first time lasix. He has six works for this start, the first 4 were leg stretching type works followed by 2 good works. Will be tough to deny if he comes back anywhere close to the fitness he had when he took a break. 4x4 to Al Hattab.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 6-9, $1 Tri Box 6-8-9, $.30 Super Box 2-6-8-9, $1 Super Key 6 with 2-8-9 with 2-8-9 with 2-8-9. Total Risk $29.20.
Race 5 $3 Triple Play: 3 with 5-10 with 3-10. Total Risk $12.00
Race 7 $1 P6: 1 with 2 with 5,10 with 2,6 with 3 with 1,7. Total Risk $8.00.
Race 8 $.50 Mandatory P5: 2 with 5,10, with 2,6 with 3,10 with 1,7. Total Risk $8.00.
Race 9 $.50 Late P5: 5,10 with 6 with 3 with 1,7,8 with 2,6,9. Total Risk $9.00.
Total Risks All Bets: $397.00.
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2023.06.09 14:51 Mechahedron Local Pharmacy Options

Severe ADHD sufferer here and for those that don't know there is an Adderall shortage. My doc suggested I try different pharmacies since my normal one (Costco on Broad) wasn't able to fill my prescription. CVS has been on backorder for months. So does anyone have any knowledge of local pharmacies I might try.
Unfortunately, this is a pretty big deal, I just got my own business of the ground and it will be a disaster if I can't focus for more than 10 minutes.

UPDATE: rva comes through again! Thanks yall I'm going to try all of these places until I find it.
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2023.06.09 09:25 rrmdp 📢 CVS Pharmacy, Inc . is hiring a Process Engineer - Senior Analyst - Work From Home!

Company: CVS Pharmacy, Inc.
Location: Woonsocket, Providence County 📍
Salary: 78.13344K - 78.13344K 💰
Date Posted: June 08, 2023 📅
Apply & Description 👉
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2023.06.09 06:56 Fold_Happy Pharmacy Insurance and PA

My daughter has idiopathic hypersomnia. The treatment for IH is the same as for narcolepsy. CVS is denying the claim for the prescription that was deemed medically necessary last year when they initially denied the claim. I was told it would stay on file. The doctors’ office is basically done dealing with the pharmacy and insurance after the latest denial and have not filed an appeal. I have to file the appeal, which is fine, and after speaking with CVS pharmacy benefits, I understand why the doc is done.
CVS is denying the claim because the medication is only approved for three conditions- narcolepsy, OSA, and shift work sleep disorders. They won’t even fill it. I explained that IH and narcolepsy are very similar and the medication my daughter takes is listed by Mayo, Cleveland, and virtually every reputable provider as the first choice in treatment. They repeated that she didn’t have the three conditions listed and was not eligible for the medication. I asked what meds were approved for IH. The first option she listed was the brand name for the generic drug that my daughter was being prescribed and they were denying. Additionally, I explained that the 3 medications mentioned were all the same as the denied drug and the last option was rohypnol, which cannot be filled at a pharmacy.
CVS told me to submit an appeal, but submitting an appeal can still mean it is denied. Or we can repeat the testing and hope that she has one more episode of REM in one of the sleep stages so that she can be diagnosed with narcolepsy instead of IH. The algorithm is denying conditions and medications that were nearly identical. I assumed that speaking to a person meant critical thinking skills would make it obvious how ridiculous the whole thing was. Nope. They still didn’t understand.
CVS told me that the doctor should just file the appeal. I explained that they last year, all of the information was on file, and appealing a medically necessary condition every year was not part of their duty once they have already proven the medication is medically necessary, it is alifelong incurable condition, that requires no additional testing. CVS wanted to know how they were supposed to know my daughter still needed the medication. I told her that the prescription is how they know she still needs it.
I think pharmacy benefits have gotten so used to just denying everything and using it as a means of security. My insurance was not very happy to hear that CVS suggested solution was to repeat an expensive round of testing to justify paying for a generic drug that is standard in the treatment of a diagnosed condition. I got a Good RX coupon and since it is for Meijer, at least I am not giving CVS any more money than I already am. Sleep disorders tend to run in families. I could not figure out why my last refill for the same medication was only 15 days. It has something to do with the number of pills they will cover in a 30 day time period. I have been trying to stretch my 15 day prescription to 30 days, my daughter hasn’t had hers for a week. We are hella sleepy in this house right now. I just don’t understand how insurance is able to dictate the care that we receive to this extent. We see the doctor every 6 months so that the prescription can be refilled and they can prove to the feds that they aren’t writing fraudulent prescriptions. Can I file a complaint with someone in my state or federally?
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2023.06.09 04:52 Pleasant-Talk1097 Spinal stenosis, arthritis, bulging discs in 2022 MRI. I couldn’t walk weeks before an epidural injection and now, 8 days afterward, I still can’t walk.

The pain doctor I’m seeing and the employees aren’t treating my condition like I’m in massive excruciating pain. They told me on Wednesday that I need another MRI and surgery. I was referred me to another spine doc that’s a surgeon. I’ve heard nothing since then. I’ve left messages and gotten nothing back. Then, A floater pharmacist at the CVS pharmacy I work at as a tech told me if I get another pain med filled, no pharmacist will fill me ever again. What can I do? Can I just go to the ER, ask for an MRI, and get surgery? I asked for the injection 2 months ago. I quit being able to walk about 3 and a half weeks ago. The clinic and Aetna dragged their feet on the prior auth and literally everything else. I’ve been in the worst pain of my life, worse than contractions from labor. I’ve gone to the er twice, they just give me pain meds and send me away. This whole experience has been pathetic. I’m in so much pain, I keep wanting to go to the er and the internet says I should go. I can’t put weight on that leg, but every effing time, they just give me pain meds and after a couple hours send me back home. I can’t stand it anymore, I can’t do this anymore. Can I just go to a hospital and refuse to leave til they give me an MRI and schedule surgery? This is the most ridiculous process I’ve ever endured. I’ll pay out of pocket for the MRI, I’ll get on a payment plan for the surgery, I don’t care anymore and need to just get this done asap. What do I do? I literally can’t walk without someone holding me and a cane for weeks now and my SO needs to go back to work. I don’t know if this info is necessary but, the pain doctor said I probably need a Diskectomy.
  1. How do I get this MRI and surgery asap? 1A. Do I HAVE to wait on the pain clinic and prior auth?
  2. In the meantime until surgery and for the recovery period, will I get cut off from pain meds? 2A. If so, what do I do in that case?
  3. What do I do when it’s unbearable?
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2023.06.09 03:23 RJP_X Is [email protected] a legit CVS email? Just received one under this address about an hour ago.

I use to use the CVS pharmacy and have an account, but have my preferences of receiving emails set to off. I think with that being the case, earlier this year I still received a CVS email.
Was caught by surprise, and not sure how to know if an email is phishing or not. I do know when I hover over the links in this email and are indeed in there. Just wanted to get some expert opinions as I get paranoid when I receive fishy emails, which is rare. As I try to stay very lowkey online. Thank you.
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2023.06.09 01:46 sschlott72 15 mg availability in Greenville, SC

Have an appt in the morning with my gp to request dosage plan and prescriptions. My CVS is in unable to get anything higher than 7.5 mg. Is anyone having luck at the higher doses at other pharmacies in Greenville/upstate South Carolina?
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2023.06.09 01:18 bluueyees91 I found my first box of 0.25!!!!

I just got prescribed Wegovy last week, have had a hell of a time finding my first box. The drama is LENGTHY but I’ve learned a few things along the way.
Last Friday I got the script and my doctor sent it to CVS in my town. After my appointment I stopped by to just see if they could fill it. None in stock blah blah blah. The big thing was my insurance needed a prior approval. No biggie. I called my doctors office and left a message as well as my insurance company (they explained further the same thing). I saw Amazon had it! I called to verify they did have it so I made a first attempt at transferring my script over. I waited all weekend and Tuesday nothing had changed so I made some phone calls to everyone and it was the general thought that this still takes time. This morning I still haven’t seen anything about the transfer happening so I made another round of calls. Amazon rejected it cause they can’t transfer a new script unless it is in stock, also on the back end CVS never responded to the request from Amazon. So naturally I talked to CVS and they said they sent it to Walgreens and to get in touch with them? I hadn’t even talked to Walgreens! Much less request to transfer this to them. After talking to Walgreens they informed me they have absolutely nothing on file for me whatsoever. I got back to CVS, CVS blamed it on their fax machine and somehow it was never received (I didn’t buy the excuse, both Amazon, Walmart AND Walgreens said CVS is not great about this in particular). I had explained to the actual pharmacist where I was trying to send this to, and asked if my script was still there with them. She had informed me yes, and if I find the medication elsewhere I could get her to verbally transfer the script over the phone because that would be easier.
I popped in to Walmart, and out of curiosity spoke with the pharmacist there. He was so very helpful, and informed me he was pretty positive another Walmart nearby had the dose I needed, so I had given them a call. It’s there!!! 3 boxes! So I told them what I knew and started the process to transfer over there ASAP. I’m not sure who the pharmacy tech at Walmart talked to over at CVS, but lines got crossed again saying “it was sent to Walgreens”. It took a few phone calls from then on and finally I got everything to Walmart. Since this was finished about 15 minutes before closing they said they would fill it, and I’ll pick it up tomorrow.
The other half of the situation is my approval from insurance isn’t complete. My insurance company had reached out to the doctors office and haven’t gotten back a reply. I’ve also tried calling twice today with no answer. My insurance company does have a hotline available for the doctor to call, and within minutes this can be complete. So cheers to hoping tomorrow I can plead someone to move on this first thing in the morning!
Lessons learned: when transferring a prescription, both the giving and receiving pharmacists can verbally pass prescription info. It’s less than a 5 minute phone call. I’d recommend this rather than other means especially from CVS. Also if you’re still waiting on your approval, and happen to get lucky like I have then reach out to your insurance company and explain that you want to get this done as quickly as possible… maybe they have a hotline similar to mine. And Amazon… make sure you reach out to someone on the phone before initiating a transfer! They can’t go through with it unless they actually have yours in stock. The other lesson, next time you’re in Walmart or any grocery store that has a pharmacy, just stop by! Either they might have it or you could find someone as kind as I did that was willing to help!
Just be really polite and communicate. That’s all! If it works out tomorrow then fridays are actually a perfect day to take my dose 🤗 I could update later if anyone is curious.
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2023.06.09 01:07 Any_Solid_6753 MJ Available at Military Treatment Facilities (MTF)

I know this won't help a lot of people but I learned something today. My local Army base hospital carries MJ and they have a ton of all doses, except 12.5 in stock. I never considered them before because they are generally understaffed and never have much of anything in stock.
I have been searching for weeks for my next refill and everywhere I'm allowed to go was out of stock of most doses. I'm limited to Express Scripts (OUT), Walgreens (OUT) and CVS (OUT). Started feeling the refill anxiety. Then, on a whim, I reached out to the MTF and they had 3 months of my dose ready, quick & free! (Because of my Tricare insurance).
Of course you have to be covered in order to use a military pharmacy, but for veterans with medical benefits it may be worth a shot. This is my new go to pharmacy for MJ, especially with the zero cost.
56M, T2D with an approved PA as required by Tricare.
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2023.06.08 23:48 Mysterious_Cod_5898 CVS Reimbursement Request

Hypothetically speaking, is it ok for a DL to request a PM to reimburse CVS for going over tech hours in order to safely run the pharmacy?
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2023.06.08 23:41 Old_Heart_7780 Guys.. down the hill

I was listening to the BG recording: Guys.. down the hill. It reminded me of some of the conversations going on about the audio recording before they had Richard Allen in jail. I know some people suggested the tone heard in the recording was possibly someone that works around kids. The thought was BG was comfortable working around young kids and telling them what to do. For example, a teacher, or a coach saying... “Guys.. lets go”.
The seemingly flat tone of the voice doesn’t convey a sense of urgency, or anger-imo. Or at least it doesn’t to me. I was actually in a CVS yesterday with my wife when a young man working there said ”Guys, can I help you find something”. “Whoa” I said… I think I startled him a little bit. I asked him to say it again. He gave me a kind of strange look and this time he said… “Guys, can I help you”. By this time my wife was half way down the aisle trying to act like she didn’t know me. But anyhow I explained to the young man why I asked him to repeat what he said. He totally got it. He said he knew all about the CVS guy in Indiana.
The thing about that encounter made me think about Richard Allen and the years he spent worked at the CVS as the pharmacy tech/shift leader. Or manager or whatever his title was at the store. The Delphi High School and Middle School is less than a mile away from the Delphi CVS. I always recall signs on the front business doors at places like the CVS. The signs that say “No more than 3-4 students in the store at the same time”. I don’t doubt Allen had to ask student to leave the store “Guys.. let’s go out the door”.
He was comfortable ordering Abby and Libby down the hill. You can hear it in the recording. Or at least that’s my opinion. We know he was in a hurry to get to the bridge. He hurries to the bridge and then he stops and he stands on that first platform. His actions betray him. He’s not their to hike and enjoy the trail and the warm weather. He’s there with a purpose that afternoon. The words he uses to order the girls down the hill sound almost calm and matter of fact, just like the many times he’s asked people in the CVS if he could help them find something. Or ordering students out the door. I almost bet a plainclothes ISP investigator has been in Delphi’s CVS store with the exact same type cell phone LIbby owned— secretly holding the phone in their pocket as they did their best to attract Allen’s offer to help find something. Something to compare the Guys.. down the hill recording to. Not as any type of evidentiary proof. Rather just a clever way to try and make that voice comparison using that same type phone.
I think the defense is stalling. They are dragging it out just like Juniors attorney spent dragging out his trial. Waiting for a plea deal maybe— who knows. He’s BG. He was calm and collected and knew exactly what he needed to do that day to get the girls down the hill and over to Logan’s property where I think someone was waiting.
Starting to get over this nasty bug finally. Herbal tea works wonders— with a little dandelion mixed in…😊
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2023.06.08 23:09 watchyourback9 Questions about the Vyvanse Help At Hand program

So I was just prescribed Vyvanse again and man it's gotten super expensive since I the last time I was on it. I've also changed insurance and my new policy doesn't cover it at all :(
I came across the Takeda Help at Hand program which seems like a great option for me, but there's a few things that seem a bit unclear as far as eligibility goes.
  1. On the application form it says you must have recently "lost your job" and are experiencing financial hardship. I moved to freelance work last September, so technically speaking I no longer have a "job," but I wasn't laid off or fired. I quit my job lol so I'm not sure if that counts? On the form if you answer "yes" to this question, it says to attach proof of job termination or unemployment. I do have a termination letter from my old work. It doesn't say exactly why my employment was terminated so should I just attach it with my application?
  2. Do all pharmacies accept the program? I've had a really hard time finding a pharmacy that actually has it in stock, but I finally got lucky with one near me. It's just a local ma and pa pharmacy, not a Walgreens/CVS/Rite Aid so I'm a bit worried they won't accept it or something.
I'm hoping that I qualify as I make well under the $70,000 cap to qualify. I'm just wondering if they'll reject me if I answer "No" to the question about losing my job.
Does anyone have any experience with this or any advice to share?
Edit: Added a few small details
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2023.06.08 22:11 purplejellycat i just stole a miniature hand sanitizer from target

i had to run to target to pick up medication in the cvs pharmacy and i also needed hand sanitizer but didn’t have enough money, so i grabbed one of those mini pocket sized $1.99 one (yes, i literally didn’t even have enough for that) and just walked out with it along with my meds
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2023.06.08 22:00 Ducling Fuck CVS

I have hEDS. I deal with my everyday pain with non-prescriptions, but big injuries pushes the pain over the top to where I can't function.
CVS refused to fill my hydrocodone prescription (for broken ribs) before going on vacation, so I had to recontact my doctor to send it to a different pharmacy where I'm vacationing.
After not hearing back from the pharmacy for over a day, I check the app and see my prescription is on hold. It also says the script was sent in yesterday.
Call the pharmacy, get put on hold for 25 minutes. Get hung up on.
Use their app chat system, the guy explains to me that their policy is, even if your doctor calls in a controlled substance prescription, they won't fill it until you contact them. They also mention this store is out of those pills.
I ask why they didn't tell me right away yesterday, and they claimed they didn't receive the prescription until today (but still weren't going to contact me, I had to reach out). They tell me I'll have to contact my doctor to send it to a different pharmacy.
Fuck CVS. Fuck the USA. Sorry for probably being incoherent -> hard to focus when using my core in any capacity causes pain.
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2023.06.08 21:45 uDntWinFri3ndsWsalad Maintenance choice, how is this legal?

Our plan recently switched to using the misnomer “Maintenance choice” program. From my understanding, to get the full benefit of terms of our prescription plan we’d have to use the insurance companies 90 day mail program or CVS. We could also “opt-out” and specify another retail pharmacy, like Safeway.
While I was successfully able to “opt-out” and get my prescriptions like before this program started, it sounds anti-competitive, limiting you by default, to providers not of your choosing. Is this just another way of insurers squeezing another nickel out of their customers?
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2023.06.08 21:20 JamesDrill The most menacing glowstick on the road

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2023.06.08 19:27 jpirog Is it me or has CVS receipts gotten even longer?

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2023.06.08 19:14 Goofy___Gooberr Pharmacy Tech (CVS) or Store Associate (BestBuy)

Hi guys! I'm a college student and a pharmacy tech for nearly a year, and after our store merger CVS has been 100x worse than it already is. So I've thought of switching over to BestBuy because I'm sort of techy, but not sure if it's any better. I'm also considering Kroger pharmacy and Barnes & Nobles.
P.S I generally work 10-15 hours a week during school.
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2023.06.08 19:14 Goofy___Gooberr Pharmacy Tech (CVS) or Store Associate (BestBuy)

Hi guys! I'm a college student and a pharmacy tech for nearly a year, and after our store merger CVS has been 100x worse than it already is. So I've thought of switching over to BestBuy because I'm sort of techy, but not sure if it's any better. I'm also considering Kroger pharmacy and Barnes & Nobles.
P.S I generally work 10-15 hours a week during school.
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2023.06.08 17:48 Salty_Win5828 Bandages through insurance

Hi everyone. I had seen a few posts where some folks were successful in getting bandages provided through their medical insurance. After it initally going to CVS, i called and they said they sent it back to my dermatologist and recommended they send to a different pharmacy. I find out what pharmacy they sent it to and they advise they "don't bill out" for bandages. Just looking for advise on anyone who was able to successfully get this covered as a prescription. Thanks in advance for any help!
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2023.06.08 17:36 905druggie Hospital Outpatient PRN

I am an inpatient pharmacist who was looking to make more money because of a kid on the way. A posting opened up for a PRN job at the outpatient pharmacy at my hospital. I was wondering how different this was from a regular retail gif. I’ve never worked anything other than inpatient apart from as a student at CVS.
Any advice is appreciated!
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