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Chok Choices for Friday, Nov. 26 at the Fair Grounds | Sports – New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-11-26 00:39:00 –

Michael Bayshok, the best handicap player who won the 2012 Eclipse Award at the 2012 National Handicap Championship, brings 35 years of experience to advocates. Beychok is Ourso Beychok Inc, an award-winning national political consulting firm based in Louisiana. I am also a senior partner of. Follow him on Twitter @ beychokracing.

Race 1

6 Guitar Slim: The last was the rest of the 90 days. It fits pretty well today and is ready to win.

2 Guilty Lover: Last but not least, I had a great win on the grass, but I’ve been dirt competitive in past races.

Race 2

4 Frankincense: I won 2 on this course — it’s perfect and it’s a great price today.

6 Big Falcon Rocket: Coming from Minnesota — will most likely be overlooked.

Race 3

4 Makati Phil: Trainers are good at layoffs — this sits early and lays off.

8 Russell L. Honore: From a layoff — may lead in Jockey Aubrey Green.

Race 4

7 Money Well Spent: A new addition to the Amoss barn – it’s going to be hard to beat today.

1 Missing Piece: You need to lead here and it can turn out to be difficult to carry out.

Race 5

3 Fannie Mae and Freddie May: The first two starts get Lasix, but today it’s longer.

6 Prima Ballerina: Get blinks and Lasix today — this works fine.

Race 6

7 Russian Mafia: I’m familiar with this course – you can run big races at a big price.

3 Vivid: Drop down to class and find it easier after not making a few efforts.

Race 7

6 Tiz of Thee: Showed great speed at first – sharper today — Grahams sticks to staying on.

4 Midnight Hurricane Ú: It was fast in the morning — the trainer was sharp on the first timer.

Race 8

6 Excessive magic: I think this is a real talent — closes all at once.

1 War Machine: Finally a big win over a tough rival — the trainer found this well.

Race 9

11 Touchuponastar: The work is on the slow side, but momma was the first winner.

4 Bouldering: Works very fast – brought big $$ to the sale-reared Louisiana.

Jockey Miguel Mena was tragically killed in an unusual accident in Kentucky last month. A Peruvian native came to the United States in 2003 to ride his first winner. Miguel has won over 2000 races and his mount has won over $ 72 million on the track. He was a longtime leader in the jockey position on the fairground. Mena rode a few horses I partially owned, including Man on the Moon, who won here with Migi last year. He was kind to his owner and loved by trainers riding horses in the morning and afternoon. “Hey, Choro” … I miss you here on the fair ground.

Best bet

The best bet on Friday is Race 6 — No.7 Russian Mafia. I like this course and can be overlooked by bettors to provide some value to the windows.

Good luck and good luck and good luck to all of them.



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