BetOnline has five racecourses available for wagering on Tuesday. We are taking a look at two of them, with Penn National Race Course handicapped today as well. Penn National Race Course begins their racing in the early evening, and it carries over into the night in Pennsylvania. Other racetracks with cards on Tuesday include Delta Downs, Mountaineer Park, Parx, Penn National, and Remington Park.
Huntingdon Racecourse is being offered at BetOnline on Tuesday from the UK if you need some early morning action. It’s listed under the US at the racebook, but this is obviously incorrect. The first race is scheduled for around 7:00 a.m. EST. If you are looking for our Penn National picks, just head over to our Penn National page for Tuesday. There you will find three more selections. Be sure to take advantage of a free $25.00 bet at BetOnline and 7% cashback on losing horses.
Remington Park has ten races scheduled for Tuesday with a total of $146,020 in prize money available. They moved their racing to earlier in the week and it’s paid off nicely for Remington Park in Oklahoma. Remington Park has been seeing an uptick in betting handle. It’s good for everybody because it provides us with more options during Mondays and Tuesdays, which are usually slow. Head below for our free Remington Park picks for December 22, 2020.
Post Time: 12:00 p.m. CST
Race 1 at Remington Park will get us started, which is a 6-furlong contest for a $10,200 purse. I’mthebossrightnow and Princess Asya are worth paying attention to in this race. I’mthebossrightnow is 4 for 28 in her career, with three competent outings in a row recently. She has placed 2nd in three straight performance dating back to September 4.
I’mthebossrightnow is getting close, but she’s failed to get over the hump. She is coming off a solid performance on November 2 in a $17,000 assignment. I’mthebossrightnow placed 2nd behind Lil Red Vette by 2 ¼ lengths. However, that was only for a $8,000 purse. This should be a bit tougher, though still a winnable event for I’mthebossrightnow. Princess Asya will have to fight from the outside, but is in great form right now.
Princess Asya is 3 for 6 in her career, with a win in two of her previous three races. On October 7, Princess Asya beat Sigicricket by 2 lengths for a $19,763 purse. And then most recently, Princess Asya beat Justaboutright by 4 lengths for a $12,342 purse. This $2,000 horse that already has stakes experience, and exceeding expectations, should find a winning run on Tuesday afternoon in Oklahoma.
Post Time: 12:28 p.m. CST
Distance:6 ½ Furlongs
Race 2 is our next selection at Remington Park on Tuesday afternoon in Oklahoma. This event covers 6 ½ furlongs on the dirt for a $8,800 purse. Eight horses are expected to participate, with Lyonaisse and Salaciousacusation of particular interest to me. Lyonaisse is 1 for 17 in her career and looking for better results after finishing 4th, 4th, 6th, 4th in her previous four outings. She was a winner prior to that poor stretch on March 21 at Turfway Park. Lyonaisse beat Annoula by 2 ½ lengths for a $13,000 purse in that race. However, since then, it’s been a struggle for Lyonaisse.
In her latest performance, Lyonaisse was 4th in a $12,500 assignment. Her form has appeared to drop off following the win. It’s not like he went seeking out any big events or anything after winning her first race. Certainly it’s been a disappointing career for a horse that cost $100,000. She moves all the way down to a $8,800 event on Tuesday. Expect Lyonaisse to run a much better race here. However, her form has been nothing special recently.
Salaciousacusation is 1 for 9 in her career and has found good form. She has finished 2nd and 1st in her previous two races. Salaciousacusation placed 2nd behind Maddie’s Music by 1 ¾ lengths for a $12,500 prize on November 14. She followed up nicely to win a $8,000 event over Mart’z Mae by a neck. This is essentially the same class and level of competition on Tuesday. Unless Lyonaisse wakes up and wants to show that she is a $100,000 horse finally, the value appears to be with Salaciousacusation.
Post Time: 1:24 p.m. CST
We have one more selection on the board at Remington Park. Race 4 covers a mile for a $18,920 purse this afternoon. Chocolateicecream and Don’t Forget look like attractive options. Chocolateicecream has gone 7 for 50 in his career and is in good form recently. He showed 3rd on October 8 in a $15,840 assignment, and then came back on November 5 to find a win.
Chocolateicecream defeated Chicago Blues by 1 length for a $21,560 purse in an impressive showing. The only caveat is that Chocolateicecream was a sizable underdog, so you could read it as an outlier performance. This race will tell us a lot more on Tuesday.
Don’t Forget is 4 for 17 in his career and is looking to find his groove again. He was a back-to-back winner on June 17 and July 27. In his next four events, Don’t Forget finished 4th, 4th, 5th, 3rd. In his latest performance, Don’t Forget showed 3rd for a $14,080 purse. While this race is worth more money, I wouldn’t say the competition is stiffer, though. Consider a look at Don’t Forget for the win.