Penn National Sat 2 November 2019

Meeting Summary

Going: Fast
Surface: Dirt
Weather: Fine
  • Kathleen DeMasi
  • Inoel Beato
  • 5 ran
  • $2.10
  • $2.00, $4.10
  • $11.60
  • $20.30
  • $11.45
  • Weighed In
2nd
10(7)
9/4 f
3rd
9(10)
15/2
  • Marlin Miller
  • William Otero
  • 9 ran
  • 2
  • $6.30
  • $2.00, $1.10
  • $10.90
  • $86.20
  • $14.94
  • Weighed In
  • Jr Lester Stickler,
  • William Otero
  • 7 ran
  • $4.00
  • $2.80, $2.10
  • $21.10
  • $84.20
  • $14.77
  • Weighed In
  • Flint Stites
  • Inoel Beato
  • 7 ran
  • $3.90
  • $2.30, $1.30
  • $10.30
  • $87.60
  • $9.96
  • Weighed In
  • Kathleen DeMasi
  • Andrew Wolfsont
  • 6 ran
  • $2.60
  • $1.40, $1.30
  • $4.70
  • $10.00
  • $4.55
  • Weighed In
  • Miguel Fernandez
  • Andrew Wolfsont
  • 7 ran
  • 1, 7
  • $1.60
  • $1.10, $1.80
  • $4.50
  • $18.80
  • $4.53
  • Weighed In
1st
6(6)
2/1
2nd
2(2)
20/1
  • Rodrigo Madrigal
  • Inoel Beato
  • 6 ran
  • Jump Shot (USA) 11/10 F
  • $2.70
  • $1.70, $5.40
  • $52.10
  • $177.00
  • $38.29
  • Weighed In
  • Jorge Maymo
  • Inoel Beato
  • 7 ran
  • $5.80
  • $1.70, $1.20
  • $10.50
  • $26.90
  • $6.38
  • Weighed In

Next Race Off

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3
(3)
King Of The Testo
J: Roberto Morales
9
(9)
Odyssey Explorer
J: Emanuel Nieves
7
(7)
Thunder And Rain
J: Eguard Tejera
6
(6)
Opportunity Cost
J: Thomas Pompell
1
(1)
Blue Houdini
J: Kerwin Clark
5
(5)
Cajun Cash
J: Jose Guerrero
4
(4)
Run Adrian Run
J: Alexander Castillo
2
(2)
Little Mario
J: Kevin Smith

Racing Tips

Get On The Yager looks a big price on Saturday

Value Bet: Yager meister!

Our racing expert Ben Linfoot tackles the two handicaps over the Grand National fences at Aintree on Saturday while he has two selections at Sandown as well.

Simon Holt previews the action

Simon Holt: Fine bet

Our in-form tipster and leading commentator has two Saturday fancies including an 18/1 chance at Sandown.

Oli Bell highlights his Saturday picks

Oli Bell: Trust Mee

Oli Bell looks ahead to the feature races at Sandown and Aintree on Saturday, with As De Mee fancied over the Grand National fences.