There are three racecourses available for wagering at BetOnline on Tuesday. I already have you covered at Remington Park in the afternoon with three selections. If you need some action in the evening, then Mountaineer Park has you what you are looking for in West Virginia. Last night was a winning night at Mountaineer Park, with two of three horses cashing on the track.
Mountaineer Park only has a dirt track. There is no turf racing to be had at Mountaineer Park. You aren’t going to find any stakes racing at Mountaineer Park today either. The only stakes race you’re going to find is a $60,000 event at Delta Downs. Not much of a stakes race for a modest $60,000 purse. There is a lot of stakes racing scheduled for the upcoming long weekend. The biggest of which is at Churchill Downs for a $500,000 purse.
Mountaineer Park has nine races scheduled for Tuesday night with a grand total of $88,200. This isn’t the biggest card in the world, but that doesn’t mean we can’t cash in ourselves. Head below for our free Mountaineer Park picks for November 24, 2020.
Post Time: 7:00 p.m. EST
Distance:5 ½ Furlongs
Race 1 is the second biggest race at Mountaineer Park tonight. It carries a $15,500 purse for 5 ½ furlongs of racing. A ten-horse field is scheduled to participate in this event. Profit’s Cause and Vive El Momento should be close at the wire. Profit’s Cause hasn’t had too much success through three races, but should have an easier time in this assignment. She has finished 8th, 5th, 4th so at least improvement has been present.
In her most recent performance, she finished 4th in a $75,000 event. She wasn’t anywhere close in that race, as there were only four horses, and she trailed throughout the whole event. Profit’s Cause was 7 ¾ lengths behind the horse in 3rd. Prior to that performance, Profit’s Cause was last for a $46,000 purse. It was the same case, with Profit’s Cause running dead last throughout. It was prudent to give her the class drop. This is a sizable class drop from a $75,000 race to $15,500 on Tuesday.
Vive El Momento has finished 3rd and 2nd in her career. She was effective in her debut on October 6 to show 3rd in a $15,500 event. In her next outing, Vive El Momento placed 2nd behind Silver Maple by a neck. That was a close call for Vive El Momento. Just a little more and she would have had the win in that race. It’s encouraging the improvement in form between her first and second race. If she keeps it up, Vive El Momento should be able to move up a spot for a win on Tuesday.
Post Time: 7:44 p.m. CST
Distance:5 ½ Furlongs
Our next selection at Mountaineer Park is Race 3, which features a $10,300 purse for 5 ½ furlongs. Eight horses are scheduled to participate in the event. Flat Out Appealing and Flat Discount should run close in this assignment. Flat Out Appealing has finished 4th, 3rd, 1st, 2nd in her career. She won on October 7 over Dulce Maria in a blowout by 7 ½ lengths.
That was a win in impressive fashion. She was gone after taking over the lead at the 3/16 pole. In her next race on October 28, which was her most recent assignment, Flat Out Appealing placed 2nd behind Lady Marvel by 3 ½ lengths in a $6,800 outing. Flat Out Appealing is up in class today after finishing in the top-3 in three straight performances. Flat Discount split her first two races to win her debut, and then failed to follow up with a positive run in her next performance.
She beat Magic Credit easily by 4 lengths on August 19. Flat Discount had the lead at the ¼ pole by 1 ½ lengths and then took off to clear the field with ease. Following that easy victory, Flat Discount went up in class only to find it too tough. She finished 7th in a $17,800 event. Too tough and too long, as Flat Discount was tired late in the mile and 70-yard event. Down in class distance, look for Flat Discount to have a good chance for a win.