After slamming in a 262/1 Each Way Double on Wednesday, the MyRacing experts weren’t done! Our US tipster joined the big winners list in style, with all four of the selections proving successful.
Motown Music (7/1) – Race 5 Churchill Downs
“He’s completely unexposed and further improvement should be forthcoming“. That was the claim of our tipster, and they were proved completely correct!
Winning at the second attempt, a step up in distance was expected to help Chris Hartman’s Motown Music flourish. Sat in the box seat throughout, he made his move on the far turn, digging in bravely and pulling clear in the dying strides.
Duress (2/1) – Race 9 Aqueduct
Venturing to Aqueduct for the first in the American Accumulator paid dividends for our US expert. Runner-up at Belmont in her two starts leading into this Aqueduct contest, Duress was expected to gain compensation under Jose Ortiz.
Ortiz had to be at his strongest to will his mount home, facing a host of challenges in the final furlong. Duress showed her heart and clung on to score by a head!
Sequin (7/4) – Race 7 Churchill Downs
Searching for back to back NAP successes, our tipster didn’t disappoint! Trained by Wesley Ward, “she sports first-time blinkers and there’s plenty to like about her chances“, was the claim by our expert.
That reasoning was backed up on the track, with a gate to wire success that never looked in doubt. Bursting out of the stalls, Sequin was electric and simply never saw another rival.
Keeping up the gallop all the way to the line, it was a fantastic performance by a speedy filly going places.
Hembree (2/1) – Race 8 Churchill Downs
It was all left onto Michael Maker’s Hembree to make it two dream days in a row. A consistent and reliable commodity, a big run had to be expected. “Will be tough to beat if replicating his recent Stakes form” roared our expert, who expected a huge run on the class drop.
We got just that, as Hembree made no mistake with a comfortable success under an ice cool Tyler Gaffalione. Settled towards the rear, he made rapid headway when given the hurry up by Gaffalione.
Going from last to third on the home turn, he was flying as they entered into the stretch. Shaken up at the two furlong marker, Hembree surged down the outside to collar the long-time leader in the dying strides.
A perfect four out of four, with a 2/1 NAP, 23/1 Accumulator and 7/1 Single, it was certainly ending the day in style!