September 21, 2019

Saturday, Sept. 21, was a special day for BBB, which had no less than 63 horses entered at U. S racetracks north to New York, south to Florida, west to California, across the border to Canada and at a great many in-between.

There were 10 entered in the "First-timer"category, and none were scratched; 19 entered in the "Other BBB Scored Horses to consider"category; with two scratches; and 34 entered in the "Stakes Horses" category, but with seven scratches. That left 54 runners who had a chance to win a race.

At day's end, the final tally for the three categories was nine wins, seven seconds and 11 thirds - 27 in all finishing in the top three. But that doesn't nearly begin to tell the whole story, because in 15 of those races, mostly in the stakes, there were two or more BBB selections in the field. In fact, in those races, there were 41 horses running, so BBB's percentage of winners to runners can't be properly evaluated. For instance, the 11th race at Charles Town was the $300,000, Gr. III Charles Town Oaks and there were four BBB scored fillies in the field. BBB had a chance to add one winner to its list, which it did, but had to chalk up three losers.

The Oaks winner was Lady T N T, a No.1-rated BBB selection who paid $76.80 after a wire-to-wire, seven-furlong victory by two lengths over the 6/5 favorite. She earned $174,600 and raised her career total to $323,312. The $1 exacta paid $138.70; the $1 trifecta $1,253, and the $1 superfecta $17,956.

The Charles Town co-feature was the $100,000 Dickie Moore Stakes at seven furlongs, won by BBB pick Colby, (another No. 1 rating), who paid $6.60.

Another notable stakes-winner by a BBB runner was Significant Form (3 rating), who prevailed in Belmont Park's $200,000, Gr. III Noble Damsel at one mile on the grass. The 4-year-old filly scored by 2 3/4 lengths in a speedy 1:33.48. She's won three graded stakes in her last four tries and has put $804,865 in the bank.

The other two stakes-winners were Meru (No. 1), who captured the $75,000 Smoke Glacken at Monmouth Park by 3 1/4 with six furlongs in 1:08.93, and Meadow Dance (No. 3), a wire-to-wire winner of Laurel's $100,000 Weathervane, with six furlongs in 1:09.37.

First-time winners were Tiesto (No. 1, $24.40) at Belmont Park; Naughty Alfred (No. 4) $5.00) at Churchill Downs, and Independence Hall (No. 5, $4.80) at Parx Racing. Naughty Alfred combined with BBB pick Visual Artist for an exacta payoff of $25.60.

In addition, No.1-rated Wasabi Girl ($10.40) won the ninth at Churchill and the BBB exacta with runner-up Josie paid $37.40.

September 6, 2019

Mike Mulligan's website has always seemed to kick it up a few notches on holiday weekends when the elite runners are competing from coast to coast. Labor Day's trio was no exception and they deserve more than a little mention, but not before noting what happened on the following Wednesday, normally a light racing day when many of the major tracks are dark.

BBB had just nine runners on its three-pronged list of first-time starters, other BBB scored horses to consider, and stakes horses. Two of the entries were scratched, leaving seven possibilities. Here's what happened to the seven:

In the first-timer department, Me and Mr. C made his debut at Delaware Park for Williston's Stonehedge Farm and was sent off at odds of 7-1. This, despite the fact that the colt is a son of leading freshman sire Khozan, who had been hot as a pistol with nine winners and a stakes-winner, six of the winners bred by Stonehedge Farm and five still owned by the farm. Me and Mr. C became No. 10, making a monster run down the lane and winning by two lengths, but if they had gone another furlong, it would have been 15.

Among the BBB horses to consider, Gotaheadache won at Colonial in her third start and paid $13.80, and Muchmorethanthis won in his second start and paid $5.60.

In stakes company at Indiana Grand, Corruze was moved up from second place to first after a disqualification and paid $31.40 in the $200,000 Caesar's Stakes, while Amandrea finished second at odds of 8-1 in the $200,000 Indiana Grand Stakes.

Back to the weekend: BBB got off to a lukewarm start on Friday before exploding for a million-dollar day on Saturday. On Friday, first-timer Freewheeler, a $430,000 Fasig-Tipton Florida March 2-year-old, won by 5 1/4 lengths at Saratoga despite racing greenly the entire trip. He paid $12. At Woodbine, Bonnie Lee paid $10 after winning by 1 1/2, and at Del Mar, Georgian Road broke his maiden by 5 1/4 and paid $5.20.

On Saturday, after scratches there were 42 BBB runners left to compete and at day's end, nine had won, eight finished second, four third and two fourth. The big splash came in the stakes department led by Snapper Sinclair, a $180,000 OBS April product who captured the $750,000 Tourist Mile Stakes at Kentucky Downs for his fifth victory, good for a paycheck of $440,640; it raised his career total to more than $1 million.

Also at Kentucky Downs, 2-year-old Peace Achiever paid $12 after winning the $500,000 Gainesway Farm Juvenile Stakes by 2 1/2 lengths and collecting $294,840. It was his fourth start.

There were two good winners at Colonial Downs, too, including a 3 1/4-length score by first-time starter Four Wheel Drive in the $100,000 Rosie's Stakes in which he defeated five last-out winners and earned $60,000. Doc Boy also collected $60,000 for his victory in the $100,000 Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Kitten's Joy Stakes.

There were also four second-place stakes finishes: Inspiressa in the Gr. I Del Mar Debutante in just her second start ($60,000); Jais's Solitude (lost by a head) in the Gr. III, $250,000 New Kent County Virginia Derby at Colonial ($50,000); Ask Bailey in the $500,000 Exacta Systems Juvenile Fillies Stakes at Kentucky Downs ($95,800); and Fujairah in the $117,500 Sharp Susan Stakes (by 3/4s) at Gulfstream ($19,200).

The four stakes victories totaled $855,480 in purse earnings, and added to the four seconds ($225,000), BBB's selections collected $1,080,480 in just those eight stakes on Saturday.

There were many highlights on Sunday, not the least of which was Big City Bob winning the Sapling at Monmouth Park and paying $54.20, with Mischevious Alex finishing third, three-quarters of a length behind. Arlington Park first-timer Judy's Way romped by 6 1/2 lengths and paid $32.40, Billy Batts finished second by a head in the Del Mar Juvenile, first-timer Media Blitz was second by a nose at 9-1 at Del Mar; and Magical Anna won by four at Timonium and paid $4. At Saratoga, I'llhandalthecash won by two and paid $8.30, combining with My Galina for a $16 exacta.

Monday's stakes-winners were Spun to Run ($5) in the $300,000, Gr. III Smarty Jones; Jeltrin ($12.20), by 7 3/4 in the $150,000 Cathryn Sophia; and Engage ($11.20) in the $100,000 Bensalem, all at Parx Racing. Wrecking Crew finished second in the $300,000, Gr. I Del Mar Futurity, and there were five other seconds and thirds in stakes. Among the other winners, at Saratoga, first-timer Gouverneur Morris scored by nine lengths and paid $3.30, and Primal Destiny won at Remington Park and paid $17.40.

BBB is cruising along on all cylinders, and handicappers who don't pay attention to the first-timers in particular, are doing themselves a great disservice.

January 6, 2019 Bellafina (BBB 5) won the Grade 2 Santa Ynez Stakes at Santa Anita. We also tabbed Beckhem's Beauty (BBB 8) at Sunland ($15.00, $7.20, $4.60), Sir Jak (BBB 9) at Tampa ($6.60, $3.40, $2.60), and Dramatic Ride (BBB 8) at Golden Gate ($9.00, $5.80, $4.80).

January 5, 2019

Six winners today, including Gunmetal Gray (BBB 8), who paid $9.40, $4.80, and $3.40 at Santa Anita. At Parx, Diamond N Simon (BBB 8) paid $9.00, $5.00, and $3.20, and Street Officer (BBB 8) paid $7.80, $4.60, and $3.20.

December 31, 2018

Route Six Six (BBB 6) won a maiden special weight, the 4th race at Santa Anita, and paid $8.00, $4.00, and $2.80. In the next race, Count Alexander (BBB 4) won and paid $15.00, $9.00, and $6.40. Our other pick in that race, Paddock Pick (BBB 6) ran 3rd to complete the $803 Trifecta.

December 29, 2018

We tabbed the winner of the Louisiana Futurity at Fair Grounds, Midnight Fantasy (BBB 3). In one of the last two-year-old races of the year, Art G Is Back (BBB 3) won first time out at Gulfstream and paid $15.00, $7.40, and $5.80. We also had the late Double at Santa Anita when our picks won the 9th and 10th races. Macwinnon (BBB 1) won an allowance race for two-year-olds and paid $7.80, $4.20, and $3.20. Madaket Sunset (BBB 6) won the 10th race and paid $10.00, $3.80, and $3.40. The Daily Double paid $36.80.

December 28, 2018

We had a good day at Santa Anita, tabbing three winners on the card. Magnificent McCool (BBB 4) won the 1st race and paid $7.60, $3.20, and $2.80. Shut It Up (BBB 6) led two-year-old maiden fillies all the way to the wire, paying $16.20, $7.20, and $4.40, and then One Upper (BBB 8) won the 5th race and paid $4.00, $2.80, and $2.40. At Aqueduct, we had the winner of the 8th race, for two-year-old fillies, in Wild Type (BBB 2). Payoffs were $6.70, $4.30, and $2.10.

December 27, 2018

Catsoutofthebag (BBB 6) won a maiden race for two-year-olds today at Gulfstream, paying $29.40 to Win, $13.40 to Place, and $9.60 to Show. The Exacta, with our horse on top, returned $356.60.

December 23, 2018

In addition to winners at Gulfstream and Turf Paradise, two-year-old first-time starter Delta Gamma (BBB 4) ran second first time out at Aqueduct, paying $7.60 and $5.30. We had another longshot, Boexpress (BBB 5), run second at 18-1 in a maiden special weight for two-year-olds at Gulfstream. Payoffs were $11.20 to Place and $5.20 to Show.

December 22, 2018

We tabbed Razorback Lady (BBB 6), in the 8th race at Gulfstream Parkfor payoffs of $75.00, $27.80, and $15.80. This was right after our 62-1 pick, Caloric, ran second in the 7th race and paid $40.00 and $18.80. Another longshot we picked, Dovey Lovey (BBB 4), ran second in the 3rd race at Aqueduct at 12-1, paying $9.10 and $5.10.

December 21, 2018 pick Just Grace (BBB 4) won first time out as a two-year-old today at Delta Downs and paid $6.20, $4.20, and $3.40. Other winning selections include D J's Favorite (BBB 6), who paid $8.90, $4.30, and $3.20 in the 9th at Aqueduct, and Fed Fever (BBB 5), who won the 3rd race at Gulfstream for payoffs of $6.60 and $4.40.

December 20, 2018

Shacklefords Pride (BBB 3) went wire-to-wire in the 1st race at Penn and paid $41.20, $11.40, and $4.40. The Exacta returned $245.60 with the BetBestBreeze horse on top. At Fair Grounds, two-year-old first-time starter Up With a Twist (BBB 4) ran second and paid $11.00 and $5.60 while completing a $65.00 Exacta.

December 15, 2018

Today at Aqueduct, selections tabbed Letzgometz (BBB 8), who won the 4th race and paid $40.20, $19.80, and $10.40. Also, Viler Bay (BBB 6) won at Tampa Bay for payoffs of $20.20, $6.80, and $4.00.

December 14, 2018

Five winners today, including Macho Blue (BBB 6), who won the 8th at Gulfstream for payoffs of $11.40, $5.40, and $3.80, and Elverson (BBB 8), winner of the 6th at Laurel, who paid $11.20, $6.00, and $4.80.

December 13, 2018

Our pick won the first leg of the $9,330.20 Pick 5 in the 6th race at Gulfstream Park today. Two-year-old first-time starter Just Aint Right (BBB 5) won and paid $15.20, $7.20, and $4.80. We also had the fourth leg of that Pick 5 with Speed Star (BBB 2), whose payoffs were $21.60 for the win, $8.60 to Place, and $4.80 to Show. First-time starter Where's Rudy, our pick in the 3rd race at Aqueduct, won easily and paid $14.00, $6.50, and $3.90. Later on the card, Curlin Creek (BBB 4) won and paid $9.40, $4.30, and $6.10 in the last leg of the Pick 5, which returned $10,560.

December 12, 2018 pick Bello Porte (BBB 2) won a maiden race for two-year-olds at Gulfstream today at 23-1 odds. Payoffs were $49.00 for the win, and $17.20 and $11.20 to place and show.

December 7, 2018

Our selection in the 1st at Woodbine, Donnie Brasco (BBB 6), was a runaway winner against fellow two-year-olds and paid $12.80, $4.90, and $3.20. Diamond Princess (BBB 3) won a maiden special weight for two-year-old fillies at Aqueduct and paid $8.80, $3.20, and $2.60, and Ercolano (BBB 8) won at Gulfstream for payoffs of $10,40, $4.60, and $3.00.

December 6, 2018

We had several two-year-old winners today. Astro Empire (BBB 8) won the 3rd at Gulfstream, then Brunette Princess (BBB 6) won the 7th race and paid $11.40, $6.40, and $4.20. At Delta Downs, pick Mangelsen (BBB 7) was much the best and won by 17 1/2 lengths.

December 5, 2018

King's Revenge (BBB 3) won the 7th at Remington Park, paying $15.00 to Win, $5.80 to Place, and $5.80 to Show. The Exacta returned $114.20.

December 2, 2018

We started the day off with a winner at Del Mar when One Upper (BBB 8) won the 1st race for payoffs of $7.40, $3.80, and $2.60. Later on the card, Calexman (BBB 4) won the 8th race and paid $19.40, $7.40, and $4.60.

December 1, 2018

In addition to winners at Del Mar, Golden Gate, and Parx, our selection in the Grade 3 Demoiselle for two-year-old fillies at Aqueduct, Alfeet Destiny (BBB 8), ran 2nd at 26-1 odds. Payoffs were $18.00 and $7.10, and the Exacta returned $300.

November 24, 2018

Four winners today, and three of them were in races for two-year-olds. Needs Supervision (BBB 3) lit the totebard at 37-1, winning an allowance for juveniles at Churchill. Payoffs were $77.60, $17.40, and $8.80. We also had the second-place finisher in that race, for an Exacta payoff of $227.40.

November 23, 2018 had 2/3 of the Trifecta in the stakes for two-year-olds at Aqueduct today. Sassy Agnes (BBB 3) won and paid $13.60, $7.90, and $5.70. After the 20-1 second-place finisher, our other pick, Take Me To Hardoon (BBB 4), ran third at 15-1 and paid $11.60. The Exacta returned $242.00, and the Trifecta paid $2,549.00. In addition to winners at Remington Park and Woodbine, our selection in the 9th at Laurel, two-year-old first-time starter End Result (BBB 2), ran second and paid $10.40 and $5.60. The Exacta, with the favorite on top, paid $85.80.

November 22, 2018

Our picks ran first and second in the 8th at Churchill on Thanksgiving Day, for a $600.40 Exacta return. The winner, Free Cover (BBB 5), paid $110.40, $34.20, and $12.80. Shady Violence paid $7.00 and $4.00.

November 19, 2018

We only had two picks on this light racing day, and they finished first and second. Sierra Hotel (BBB 8) went wire to wire in a maiden race for two-year-olds at Remington Park and paid $45.00, $22.20, and $12.80. The Exacta returned $222.60.

November 18, 2018's pick in the 8th race today at Aqueduct, Miss Mystique (BBB 2), lit the toteboard with payoffs of $71.00, $15.60, and $6.40. The Exacta, with the BBB horse on top, returned $292.50.

November 17, 2018

Another five winners today, including American Currency (BBB 6), who returned $11.40, $6.20, and $4.20 and topped a $143.80 Exacta. In the 8th at Del Mar, we had the Exacta, with Mucho Gusto (BBB 1) and Savagery (BBB 2) running first and second in the Grade 3 Bob Hope Stakes.

November 16, 2018

We had five winners today, including Invigorous (BBB 2), who paid $8.40, $5.40, and $4.20 at Laurel, and Haydens Havoc (BBB 3), who paid $6.20, $3.60, and $2.80 at Del Mar. We also had some good longshots hit the board. Whyishesoolucky (BBB 8) ran second at 18-1 at Aqueduct and paid $8.70 to Place and $4.30 to Show. Swamp Souffle (BBB 5) ran second in the 1st at Del Mar at 10-1 and paid $11.60 and $6.40. The Exacta returned $117.20.

November 15, 2018

Devils Dance (BBB 6) was the best of our three winners today. She won a maiden special weight for two-year-olds at Del Mar and paid $10.60, $5.80, and $3.00. The Exacta returned $59.20.

November 14, 2018

What a way to start off the Pick Six at Aqueduct! selection and two-year-old first-time starter Bourbon War (BBB 8) overcame a troubled start to win the 3rd race at 17-1 odds for payoffs of $37.20, $12.40, and $9.10. The Exacta, with our horse on top, returned $179.50. Our selection was key in the $91,815 Pick Six payoff, as the races on the remainder of the card were won by horses who went off at odds of less than 5-1.

November 11, 2018 had three winners today, including two-year-old first-time starter Q Go Girl (BBB 4), who won the 1st race at Churchill Downs and paid $11.80, $5.00, and $3.40. Some notable longshots who hit the board to boost exotics payoffs were Waze Ready (BBB 8), who missed by just a neck at 10-1 at Del Mar, returning $6.00 to Place and $4.40 to Show, and Workin On a Dream (BBB 4), who ran third at 18-1 and paid $11.20 to Show.

November 10, 2018

Four winners today, including Bahamian (BBB 2) at Del Mar, who won a maiden special weight and paid $7.00, $4.60, and $3.20. The Exacta, with our selection on top, paid $75.00. At Aqueduct, our pick in the 1st race, Beachside (BBB 8), won and paid $5.10, $3.50, and $2.90. The Exacta returned a handsome $207, while the Trifecta paid $2,105.

November 8, 2018 had a pair of winners at Gulfstream Park West. Violent Dancer (BBB 8) won the first race and paid $17.20, $7.60, and $6.20. The Exacta, with our horse on top, returned $117.00. Pretty Overdriven (BBB 2) won the 6th race with payoffs of $6.40, $3.40, and $2.40.

November 7, 2018

Our selections in the 9th at Aqueduct ran first and second for a $64.50 Exacta payoff. Shamrock Kid (BBB 6) got up for the win and paid $11.60, $5.60, and $4.30, and Cuarenta (BBB 6) ran 2nd and paid $5.40 and $4.50. Other winners included Floss Dancer (BBB 3) in the 5th at Churchill ($7.00, $3.60, $2.80), Happy's Reflection (BBB 7) in the 4th at Churchill, and New York Hero (BBB 3) at Finger Lakes. First-time starter Mr Dumas (BBB 2) ran third in the 4th at Churchill Downs, a maiden special weight for two-year-olds.

November 3, 2018

BetBestBreeze bettors padded their pockets early in the day when Shamrock Rose (BBB 6) won the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint. Payoffs were $53.80, $21.40, and $11.20. She topped the $720.00 Exacta, $12,242 Trifecta, and $56,117.20 Superfecta. In the Breeders' Cup Distaff, Midnight Bisou (BBB 8) ran third and paid $4.40. At Woodbine, A. A. Azula's Arch (BBB 8) won the G3 Maple Leaf Stakes and paid $34.10, $13.60, and $5.90. The Exacta paid $223.00, and the Trifecta returned $830.50 with our selection on top. We also had several on-the-board finishers on Saturday, including two-year-old maiden Bankin On an Angel (BBB 5), who ran second at Parx for payoffs of $7.00, $4.60 and a $149.20 Exacta. Two-year-old first-time starter Gran Causeway (BBB 4) ran second at 19-1 at Gulfstream Park West and paid $12.00 and $7.00. The Exacta returned $67.80. Stretford End (BBB 3) ran second in a two-year-old Maiden Special Weight at Santa Anita.

November 2, 2018

In addition to Tallullah Darling (BBB 6) winning at Woodbine with payoffs of $12.20, $5.80, and $4.20, our $142 winner from Keeneland's Grade 1 Futurity, Knicks Go (BBB 5), made his return with a second-place finish at huge odds in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile today at Churchill Downs. He paid $21.40 and $11.20 and completed a $113.20 exacta behind the Baffert-trained favorite. BetBestBreeze pick Stellar Agent (BBB 4) completed the Trifecta at 72-1 in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf and paid $21.00 to Show.

November 1, 2018

Another five winners for with Empire Power (BBB 3) winning at Gulfstream with payoffs of $13.20, $7.00, and $4.20, a pair of winners at Churchill, including BBB 1 rated Chaps ($6.30, $3.80, and $2.60), and winners at Hawthorne and Laurel.

October 31, 2018

Five selections on top today included Jefazo (BBB 1) at Churchill, who paid $6.40, $3.40, and $3.00, Point of America (BBB 8), who returned $6.80, $3.40, and $3.20 at Delta Downs, and Eva's Gift (BBB 2), a winner at Gulfstream who paid $6.00, $3.80, and $3.40.

October 28, 2018

We had three winners today. In the 1st race at Churchill, a maiden special weight for two-year-olds, Lunar Orbit (BBB 8) won and paid $5.40, $2.80, and $2.40. Later on the card, Dunph (BBB 8) won the Spendthrift Juvenile Stallion Stakes for two-year-olds. He paid $10.80, $6.20, and $4.80.

October 27, 2018

Saturday was a big day, with six winners from selections. First-time starter Corruze (BBB 1) took the 4th at Keeneland, paying $26.00, $9.20, and $7.00 and topping a $124.20 Exacta. Laurel 4th race selections ran 1-2, with Our Super Freak (BBB 3) coming in for the win ($7.60, $4.20, $3.20) and Creedibility (BBB 8) running second for a $62.20 Exacta payoff. At Santa Anita, we had the 1st race winner, More Honor (BBB 8), who paid $10.00, $4.40, and $2.80, and The Hunted (BBB 6) won the 5th race and paid $17.60, $10.40, and $7.00.

October 25, 2018 had four winners Thursday, including two-year-old first-time starter Boldor, who was rated "Best of the Best" (BBB 1) and won at Keeneland, paying $10.80, $5.00, and $3.60.

October 24, 2018

Three winners for today with Dance Till Dawn (BBB 4) at Gulfstream West, who paid $13.20, $6.40, and $4.40, Tapit City (BBB 2) at Indiana, who paid $12.60, $5.80, and $4.40, and Queen of Summer (BBB 6) at Woodbine, who paid $6.30, $3.30, and $2.60.

October 22, 2018

Only one selection went to post on Monday, and it was a winner. Sassy Agnes (BBB 3) won a two-year-old stakes race at Finger Lakes and paid $5.60, $3.50, and $2.10.

October 20, 2018 tabbed 10 winners on Saturday. At Belmont Park, Surge of Pride (BBB 4) won the 7th race and paid $33.20, $13.20, and $9.20. Also at Belmont, our selections ran 1st and 2nd in the 11th race. Newport Breeze (BBB 6) won and paid $11.80, $5.20, and $3.40. Runner up Starlite Mission (BBB 8) completed the $30.80 Exacta. In addition to three winners at Santa Anita and winners at Laurel and Parx, we had the winner of the Grade 2 Raven Run at Keeneland, Shamrock Rose (BBB 6), who paid $39.40, $17.20, and $10.40, leading home a $602.80 Exacta and $12,071.60 Trifecta.

October 19, 2018

We had winners from coast-to-coast on Friday. Swamp Souffle (BBB 5) won at Santa Anita and paid $9.00, $5.20, and $4.00. Zap Daddy (BBB 5) took the 9th at Belmont, returning $6.90, $4.70, and $3.70, and the Exacta paid $219.00. Other notable winners were Dessert Honeys (BBB 8) in Keeneland's 8th, who paid $8.20, $4.20, and $3.60, Bye Bye Shanghai (BBB 8), winner of the 1st at Delta Downs ($10.40, $6.00, $4.20 and $79.80 Exacta), and Stealing Sunshine (BBB 6) at Indiana ($4.60, $3.20, $2.80 and a $214.80 Exacta.)

October 18, 2018

Gold Credit (BBB 6) was one of only two first-time starters in the 4th race at Keeneland, for two-year-old fillies. She won and paid $8.00, $4.00, and $3.00 to lead a $71.60 Exacta payoff.

October 17, 2018 had four winners including Vow Me Now (BBB 2) who paid $8.60, $4.60, and $3.80 at Gulfstream Park West, Haiku (BBB 6) at Indiana, who paid $11.40, $6.80, $4.40 and topped a $276.60 Exacta ($435.65 for the $.50 Trifecta), and Alliterative (BBB 8), who returned $11.20, $6.00, and $4.20 on top of a $77.80 Exacta and $204.30 $.50 Trifecta.

October 13, 2018

We had five winners to start out the weekend on Friday and Saturday, including Lookin to Strike (BBB 3), who won at WO and paid $10.00, $4.90, and $3.30. Using our horse on top returned $55.10 for the Exacta and $182.30 for the Trifecta. The Daily Double paid $171.60.

October 11, 2018 had a pair of winners, including Distinctly Blue (BBB 6), who won the 1st race at Gulfstream Park West. Payoffs were $23.40, $6.60, and $7.40. The Exacta with that horse on top paid $82.80, and the Trifecta paid $600.20.

October 10, 2018

An Exacta with selections paid $84.00 when Concrete Rose (BBB 3) won the 7th at Keeneland and paid $7.20, $4.80, and $3.60, and Pakhet (BBB 6) ran 2nd, paying $11.40 and $6.80. Our selection in the 1st race, Emjay's Brass (BBB 3) got up for 2nd and paid $10.00 and $6.60, completing a $134.40 Exacta.

October 9, 2018

We only had three selections on Tuesday, and two of those hit the board, including winner Tizzy Dancer (BBB 6) at Parx, who paid $6.40, $3.60, and $2.40.

October 7, 2018

In addition to three winners, we had the Exacta, Trifecta, and Superfecta in the 9th at Belmont Park, and the $44.40 Exacta in the 7th at Gulfstream Park West. Also noteworthy is Into Mystic (BBB 1), a two-year-old who broke her maiden in her second lifetime start in a maiden special weight in Keeneland's 7th race.

October 6, 2018 had the winner of the G1 Claiborne Breeders' Futurity at Keeneland at 70-1 odds. Knicks Go (BBB 5) went wire to wire and paid $142.00, $50.40, and $18.00. Exotics and multiple-race wagers were off the charts! ($2 Daily Double: $827.40, Exacta: $13,77.80, Trifecta: $10,632.80, Superfecta: $55,296.00) Other winners today included Truth Goddess (BBB 8), who won the 1st at Keeneland for payoffs of $16,40, $5.40, and $3.00, It's Gonna Hurt (BBB 3) at Santa Anita, who paid $18.60, $9.40, and $5.80, Empire of the Year (BBB 4) at Belmont ($8.00, $5.00, and $3.80), and Kalalou (BBB 8) late at night at Remington Park ($8.20, $5.00, and $3.60.)

October 5, 2018

Our on-the-board finishes were in the double digits, and winners for the day included Cable Channel (BBB 7) at Gulfstream, Sugar Bolt (BBB 6) at Indiana Downs, Beto (BBB 3) at Remington Park, and Imperial Creed (BBB 8) at Santa Anita.

October 4, 2018

We had back-to-back wins at Belmont Park today for a $306.50 Daily Double when Pacific Gale (BBB 8) won the 8th ($18.00, $5.50, $5.50), and True Yankee (BBB 3) won the 9th race ($21.20, $11.40, $6.90). The Exacta in the 9th race paid $422.50 with our horse on top.

October 3, 2018's Wednesday winners included Mrs. Ramona G. (BBB 6), who paid $20.60, $7.40, and $4.70 at Belmont, and Call Me Richard (BBB 6), who won at Indiana Downs and paid $21.80, $9.80, and $5.80.

September 30, 2018

Sierra Aleone (BBB 6) won at Gulfstream, paying $26.60, $9.20, and $5.00. Gone Blues (BBB 2) led most of the way but had to settle for second at Woodbine, where she paid $12.80 and $4.90 at 11-1 and completed the $326.20 Exacta.

September 29, 2018

BetBestBreeze had thirteen on-the-board finishers and four winners, including first-time starter Maximus Mischief (BBB 2) at Parx, and Riken (BBB 8), winner of a two-year-old maiden special weight at Belmont who paid $13.60, $6.50, and $3.00. Our other two selections in that race came in second and third. The Exacta paid $59.50, and the Trifecta came back just below $90.00. Other winners for the day were A Bit Special (BBB 8) at Gulfstream and Bellafina (BBB 5) at Santa Anita.

September 28, 2018

Eleven of our selections hit the board on Friday. We had three winners, including Albany Fleet (BBB 8), who paid $21.40, $8.80, and $6.80 and topped a $294.80 Exacta.

September 27, 2018

Most Mischief (BBB 2) won a maiden special weight for two-year-olds at Churchill Downs for returns of $8.20, $3.40, and $2.60. Mo Mo (BBB 6) was the big price of the day when winning by 6 1/2 lengths at Remington Park. Payoffs were $28.40, $10.00, and $6.40. The Exacta with the BetBestBreeze horse on top paid $262.00.

September 23, 2018

Elusive Mischief (BBB 4) beat the favorite to win a stakes race at Laurel, and we had a couple of close second-place finishes at long odds. First-time starter Epic Dreamer (BBB 4) ran second at 8-1 at Belmont and paid $8.80 and $6.60, completing a $56.00 Exacta. Trambora (BBB 6) ran second at 10-1 at Laurel and paid $8.80 and $4.80.

September 22, 2018

Today's winners included Order and Law (BBB 7) at Laurel ($21.80, $9.40, and $6.00), and Absentee (BBB 4) ($17.60, $7.60, $5.20) and Midnight Bisou (BBB 8) ($10.40, $3.40, $2.40) at Parx. First-time starter Take Charge Angel (BBB 6) won at Churchill as did Istillgoit (BBB 8), who paid $7.00, $4.40, and $3.40. Chanucey (BBB 5) got up for 2nd at 42-1 in the Grade 3 at Charles Town for payoffs of $23.80 and $2.60 and completed a $574.20 Exacta.

September 21, 2018

We had several on-the-board finishes and a pair of winners with All American Hero (BBB 4) at Churchill, and Oracle of Omaha (BBB 6) at Los Alamitos. In the $150,000 stakes race for two-year-olds at Belmont, Poppy's Destiny ran 2nd for payoffs of $8.40 and $5.70 and completed the $71.50 Exacta behind the favorite.

September 20, 2018

BetBestBreeze had 4 winners, including Agreeable (BBB 3), who paid $20.60, $7.60, and $5.00 at Belmont, and Intonation (BBB 2), who won at Churchill and paid $9.80, $5.80, $4.40. We had the Exacta in the 3rd at LRC for $26.80 when two-year-old first-time starter Mucho Gusto (BBB 1) won and Vantastic (BBB 4) showed up for second at 9-1.

September 17, 2018

Not many picks on Monday. All but one of our selections hit the board. Bint Huwaar (BBB 1) just missed the win by a neck to the second betting choice in an allowance race at Presque Isle to complete the $92.80 Exacta. Robin Hood (BBB 6) won later on the card for payoffs of $5.40, $3.20, and $3.20.

September 16, 2018

BetBestBreeze subscribers started cashing early in the day with Malibu Mischief (BBB 8) paying $14.20, $4.90, and $2.50 in the 2nd at Belmont. Motherwell (BBB 6) won the 1st race at Gulfstream and paid $17.60, $8.40, and $5.20, and the other BBB selection in that race, Beach Dreaming (BBB 5), got up for 2nd to complete the $86.00 Exacta. Other winners for the day included Pretty Overdriven (BBB 2), who paid $15.20, $7.80, and $5.00 in the 3rd at Gulfstream, and Enjays's Brass (BBB 3), who paid $24.20, $6.40, and $4.20 in the 2nd at Laurel.

September 15, 2018

Our selections tabbed 11 winners on Saturday and an additional 8 on-the-board finishers. At Belmont, Pakhet (BBB 6) was a winner with payoffs of $6.00, $3.70, and $3.00, and in the following race, first-time starter Aquariva (BBB 4) paid $18.00, $7.90, and $5.10, for a Daily Double payoff of $85.00.  We gave our subscribers another Daily Double when Fierce Scarlett (BBB 6) and Gambler's Fallacy (BBB 6) won the 5th and 6th at Belmont for a $20.00 payoff. Snaked (BBB 6) won at LRC for payoffs of $14.80, $5.00, and $3.00.

September 14, 2018

BetBestBreeze had back-to-back winners at Laurel; Congrats Gal (BBB 5) and You're Killin Me (BBB 8) paid $34.20 in the rolling Daily Double.

September 13, 2018

BetBestBreeze selections had three winners at Kentucky Downs today, including a pair of two-year-old first-time starters. Blockbuster (BBB rating 8) paid $7.20, $3.60, $3.40, and Zalia (BBB 8) paid $5.40, $3.40, and $3.00. Three-year-old Perfect Pitch (BBB 4) won her second lifetime start at more than 7-1 ($17.20, $7.40, $5.20). Remember, the lower the BBB score, the better. 

September 12, 2018

Our Super Freak (BBB 3) missed by just a head at Delaware Park, completing an Exacta that paid $110.00 for a $2 wager.

September 11, 2018

With a limited number of selections on Tuesday, BetBestBreeze tabbed two-year-old first-time starter XY Speed (BBB 3) at Parx for payoffs of $6.40, $3.60, and $2.80, and all three other selections for the day hit the board, including A Different Style (BBB 6), who ran 2nd at 11-1 at Parx and paid $10.20 to Place and $3.80 to Show. The Exacta, with the favorite on top, returned $56.80.

September 10, 2018

Not many entries for Monday, but BetBestBreeze had a $93.00 Exacta payoff with selections in the 7th race at Parx. First-time starter Getouttamyway (BBB 3) won and paid $16.40, $8.60, and $7.60, and Afleet Destiny (BBB 8) ran 2nd, paying $8.60 to Place and $4.60 to Show.