r1) trip key: 4/2-5-6 trip part : 5-4/5-4-2/5-4-2-6
r2) trip key: 2/6-1-7-4 trip part: 2-7/2-7-1/2-7-1-6-3-4
r3) 2-6-4 using these in pick 3 and pick 4
r4) fav here #7 is vulnerable at 9/5 looking to beat with the 1-2-3 exacta box these for $5
r5) trip key: 2/3-4-5-7 $10 grand slam: 2/8/7/2-3-4-5
r6) $6 trip key: 7/5-1-4-6 trip part: 7-5/7-5-2/7-5-2-4-6 pick 4: 7-5/4-3-7/2-3-4-5/1-5-9
r7) $10 w/pl #7 trip key: 7/3-4-5 trip part:3-4-5/7/3-4-5
r8) $5 exacta box 2-3-5 $10 w/p/sh #3
r9) trip box 1-5-7-9 $5 w/p/s #5
Good luck everyone playing today I'm catching derby fever
Is that two different tri's for Race 1? Is the first one actually: 4/2-5-6/2-5-6? Or is that an exacta key?
I was kinda wondering the same thing
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yeah. I think "trip key" is an autocorrect typo for "tri key", is my assumption.
yes two tri's one is a tri key and the other is a tri part wheel I tried typing last night fro my tablet and it kept spitting out trip.good luck fella's let me know if any of you see anything else where worthy of a play.
good luck today johnny
how's it going scotty bol today bud
Hey Lonespeed, I was going to play a little onTwin Spires so I appreciate the capping as opposed to my only reading the board and exotic payoffs.
Hope all goes well and your horses are using the buzzer!
Hahaha You know about the ole battery huh miggy? Lot of people dont believe it or not. We used to call it "getting plugged in".
On Race 6, the keyed tri used the 7, with the 1,4,5,6, but in the "part" ones with the 5 and 7 on top, the other horses included the 2, but not the 1. Was that how it was intended? Just curious. I hadn't seen it done that way before.