I know you (Ira) are going to have a cow and try to divert attention away from Bobby by attacking me but...
Something happened tonight at the OTB that calls into question the integrity of Illinois racing again.
I haven't been able to go much but tonight was able to get there after the 9th race was over.
Not many people there and only 3 people sitting at the bar. The lack of patrons stood out.
Anyway somehow the guys that Bobby has communicated with before knew NOT to use him on top in the 12th.
Bobby was on the chalk Life Is Good Today in the 12th. He was picked to win.
I did not play a pick4 since I had no time to handicap the races.
And I never would have used Dale Hiteman on Seekman's horse Goose On The Rocks at 26-1 anyway.
But somebody did big time and is the reason for my thread.
Right before this race a young man about 6' 1", very short hair wearing a blue and white sports pullover shows up.
Obviously the guy place some bets but nothing at this point was unusual until the 12th race was over.
This guy had $20k in winning tickets on the 12th race and had to sign multiple wg-2's.
How awesome it must feel to show up just in time for a particular race and cash $20k without a program!
I didn't stick around to watch that group celebrate their unusual handicapping acumen and "Lucky" guess!
I had just watched Travis Seekman go backwards at 1/2 on Four Starzzz Z! Huge form reversal for Joe Seekman.
Then watched Bobby fake drive LIGT while Hiteman wins at 26-1 on the Joe Seekman POS in the 12th!
I couldn't take anymore. I've been very busy for roughly 3 weeks and I walk in late for this shit?
For the asskissers and nonbelievers compare Bobby's drive last Saturday on Bell Valley Bill to tonight's 12th.
Bobby's Bell Valley Bill drive is how he normally drives when he is trying hard to win and not playing games.
Save your breath about not beating a dead horse or whatever because that has never stopped Bobby in the past.
Bobby beats the hell out of his horses all the time except when he doesn't want to improve his position.
Add to this lack of motivation in his drive the strange betting irregularity and "Impossible Luck" at the teller window.
It all adds up to same old con games being played at Balmoral by the same old players.
These winning tickets were signed for therefore there is a paper trail to follow.
But there is no point in telling the IRB because they have proved beyond a reasonable doubt that they don't care.