Jeff Siegel’s Blog: Wagering Strategies for Sept. 25, 2016

The selections contained within are geared to rolling exotic players.  The basic strategy is to isolate those horses that should be included in rolling daily doubles, pick-3s, pick-4s, pick-5s, and pick-6.

It is recommended that Jeff’s selections be used to augment the reader’s own personal handicapping, though excellent results can be achieved by applying the exact rolling exotic strategy specified by Jeff’s analysis.  Jeff’s recommended plays are intended for players with a moderate budget; however, the reader is encouraged to adjust Jeff’s wagering strategy to fit their preferred investment level.

Unless otherwise noted, all horses listed in the analysis should be used in rolling exotic play.   Usually there will no more than three horses listed; occasionally, Jeff will go 4-deep in his rolling exotic play and on a very rare occasion he will recommend a “buy the race” strategy.

A=Highest degree of confidence.  B=Solid Play.  C=Least preferred, or pass.  Top selection indicated in bold-face.


​Sunday, September 25, 2016​

RACE 1: Post: 1:30 ET. Grade: B

Single: 2-Starr Bear

RACE 2: Post 2:01 ET. Grade: C+

Use: 3-Steamboat Bill; 4-Gracious Plenty

RACE 3: Post 2:32 ET. Grade: B+

Use: 2-I’m Amazing; 4-Admiral Blue

RACE 4: Post 3:04 ET. Grade: B+

Single: 9-Ballagh Rocks

RACE 5: Post 3:36 ET. Grade: B-

Use: 5-Galardonado; 7-You Know I Know

RACE 6: Post 4:09 ET. Grade: B

Use: 2-Orecchiette; 10-Bellavais

RACE 7: Post 4:41 ET.  Grade: C+

Use: 2-Ice Cutter; 6-English Minister; 9-Slim Shadey

RACE 8: Post 5:13 ET.  Grade: B-

Use: 2-Fourstar Cook; 5-Beck of the Moon; 7-The Tea Cups

RACE 9: Post 5:45 ET. Grade: C+

Use: 3-Ten Penny Princess; 7-Tiz Twice; 8-Belle Postiere

Jeff Siegel’s Blog: Wagering Strategies for Sept. 25, 2016

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