Pick six carryover

Some advice you might find useful today if playing the huge pick six carryover at Hollywood Park:

— The first leg looks like a three-horse race between the entry and Classy Dish.
— Pistol Creek in the fourth could be a good single.
— If you’re looking for a price, don’t leave out Tommyland in the fifth.
— Buckland Manor is a must-use horse in the seventh.
— Proud Cecy and Pair of Events are a couple of live long shots in the finale.

If you play the pick six today, good luck!!!

4 thoughts on “Pick six carryover

  1. The most popular type of horse racnig is known as Thoroughbred racnig. Most popular where? What distinguishes thoroughbred racnig from any other type? What other types are there? And why is Thoroughbred capitalized here? Horse racnig is an equestrian sport No kidding. Redundancy. that has been practiced for a long time. How long? Where? By whom? Chariot racnig in the early days is the same form of horse racnig. What early days? Where? Same form as what? The races consists of a bunch of young horses usually around three years old. How many horses? A bunch is colloquial; don’t use it in formal writing. What do you mean by around ? Do two-year-olds run? How about seven-year-olds? Why is there an emphasis on three-year-old horses (and there is!). Also, check your subject-verb agreement ( races consists ). Thoroughbred races run at a wide variety of distances, from 5 furlongs to 1bd miles. What’s a furlong? How long does a race take? What’s the record for a mile and a quarter? What does the phrase most exciting two minutes in sports refer to, and what does it mean?You’ve got to address wagering somewhere in a paper on horse racnig, don’t you? How does it work? Is it responsible for racnig’s popularity, and to what extent?You’ve got a good start, but a long way to go. Good luck!

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