Something has to improve. Ideally the quality of racing in the first half of the week. Or I may just have to reach for the rifle. Over the years I have said many times that there are days of racing when considering a bet is folly. The number of those days is increasing. Monday and Tuesday a case in point.
The two races in which I made selections were won comfortably by horses that had been well beaten previously. The winner of the Box Office race had been beaten by over 65 lengths in his previous two outings, one of . . .
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