|Hawthorne Racecourse Daily Notes
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Races Still Close
Zoe Cadman maintains a three-victory lead in the race for the jockey's title. Both she and second-place jock Chris Emigh scored with one winner on Saturday. Surprisingly, Cadman is scheduled to ride only two on Sunday, closing day of the meet, while Emigh is listed on five. Of course, both are eligible to pick up extra mounts on the day.
Trainer Michael Reavis scored with one, giving him a one-victory (12-11) lead over Tom Dorris. Reavis does not have a horse entered on Sunday, Dorris has one.
Once again, those who took the time to shop prices for a Triple Crown race, came out ahead if they bet into Hawthorne's pool.
Point Given paid slightly more to win ($4.70 versus $4.60) in New York but his place price was a bit higher at Hawthorne ($3.80 versus $3.70) and he paid a whopping $4.00 to show at Hawthorne compared to the $3.00 he paid nationally.
On the gimmick side, the $2 Exacta paid $20 nationally, $22 at Hawthorne. The Trifecta paid $78 at Hawthorne compared to $76 around the country. The biggest difference, however, came in the Superfecta payoffs. Hawthorne's "Super" came in at $226.60 while the same bet paid only $183.50 around the country.
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