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Auto Lotto Processor

by Alisa Princy (2019-12-01)


Jones cautions that some Auto Lotto Processor Review horses included in Kentucky Derby futures books haven't even been nominated to the race, which will be run on May 6; likewise, some horses who have been nominated aren't on futures book lists. One that falls into the latter category that Jones is keen on is Harborage, a 3-year-old son of 2001 Kentucky Derby champion Monarchos who just recently broke his maiden at Tampa Bay Downs. Jones asked for odds on the colt and bet it at 150/1 at one local store. Another 3-year-old that has been drawing action around town is Lawyer Ron, a colt that is four-for-four on the dirt, including the Risen Star, and heads the field for Monday's (President's Day) $250,000 Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn Park. The North American sports landscape has the post-Super-Bowl blues, which is kind of funny considering how many sports there are on TV just now. Tune to any NBC-owned station and you're bound to see people who call themselves athletes who engage in what other people call sports. But pardon me if I don't get all that stoked about half-pipe snowboarding. "Today on NBC! Half-pipe snowboarding! All the annoying arbitrariness of figure skating, without the sequins! Or the possibility of some woman cracking her skull wide open!" Any sport that requires judges to determine the outcome isn't a sport. It's vaudeville. As for curling, well, yeah, I've played shufflepuck in American bars. I guess it's kinda cool. But I don't recall the matches taking three hours. However, if U.S. captain Cassie Johnson happens to be reading (a likely event): Cassie, I would be honored to marry you. As for NBA All-Star weekend...yawn. They might really have something if the superstars would dunk. But they won't, presumably because they are wusses. The game is dreadful. The "skills" competition has all the drama of biathlon. March Madness cannot come soon enough. Oh, and the Daytona 500 is this weekend.

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