Stop That!

I never met Ed’s mother though heard a great deal about her through the years. Let’s say she wasn’t blessed with a pleasant disposition and with one that included a very loud raspy voice. So raspy that his friends would call him on the phone just to hear her speak so they could laugh because they initially believed they were talking to his Dad instead of his Mother.

Alice, Ed’s mother, encompassed a personality with many unique traits. Such as yelling for everyone to wake up in the morning from in the middle of the living room floor. Or shouting “Don’t tell me what to do!” when her husband asked her to put some cheese on his slice of apple pie. Though the best one of all was when she screamed “Stop That!” whenever you were doing something she didn’t want you to do. So throughout our live together we used to tease back and forth whenever Ed would ask me for something or visa versa we’d say in as raspy a voice as possible “Don’t tell me what to do!” and we’d laugh. Then whenever we made and missed several bets in a day we’d yell “Stop That!” and we’d laugh again.

Sooo when we hit 5 out of 6 AGAIN in our pick 6 bet, I could hear him plain as day in a resounding voice saying to me “Stop That!” 🙂

Which is what I plan to do as soon as the remainder of the algorithms are in.

We undoubtedly did lose some time in the program building progress when my attention was abruptly diverted to handling the breach. Though I’m inclined to say that we’re not far off from where we left off and right now am waiting for an update from the developers before letting everyone know. When I hear back I’ll let you know and at the same time will continue to discuss everything on our blog.

I do have fun news to share. I found some of our old DVDs and VHS tapes that we produced in 2005 and 2006 on how we decipher our bets. Though not the best quality production wise they are clear enough to see and these include Ed’s “Automatic Bets”, my “Exotic Wagering Strategies” and the one we made together called “The Superfecta Wager” and today I ordered a tool that will convert these to an mp player. Upon success I plan to upload these so we can share them with you. They detail how we bet as well as what we look for to analyze potential bets and supply real insight to Ed and to me. So when we’re Letting em roll at the quarter pole you’ll have a thorough understanding of what we bet and why.

Will be in touch soon.

Preakness Pick 6

Happy Preakness Day! I bet us a pick 6:

Pimlico Race 8

$0.20 PK6 on 3/8/1-13/2-4,6-8/3,5-7/1,10 $124.80

$0.20 PK6 on 8/1,2,4-8/1-13/8/3,5-7/1,10 $145.60

$0.20 PK6 on 1,4-7/8/1-13/8/3,5-7/1,10 $104.00

$0.20 PK6 on 1,4-7/8/1-13/2,3,5-7/1/1,10 $130

$0.20 PK6 on 8/2,4-6,8/1-13/2,3,5-8/1/1,10 $156

Good Luck to everyone today!

The 5 is Alive

If Guinness book of World Records had a count on who hit 5 out of 6 in the Pick 6 the most times in history we’d be the record with 5 out of 6 on the last 5 pick 6 bets made to date for Zen Racing.

Now Imagine what it will be like when the remainder of the algorithms are in 🙂

We’ll top Guinness record book again for 6 out of 6.

And a little smile for all the stockholders who go way back with Ed and me, particularly when we sold Ed’s Layoffs and Claims stats in book form. This was my in box Derby Day:

Susan’s inbox Derby Day

This week I’ll resume the duty of protecting our investment before returning to the investment we are protecting and by Tuesday most new passwords that we know were received will be in place. You’ll know when because the login rejects the previous one.

Here’s a link to a YouTube Channel that features author Mark Cramer, an excellent handicapper and one that Ed and I respect. The sound is not as good as he would have liked but it’s their “Debut race” and clear enough to enjoy. He’s considering hosting a similar channel so if you enjoy feel free to share this link with fellow handicappers.

Our Kentucky Derby Pick 6 Bets

Happy Derby Day! Here’s our wagers. Wish us Luck!

Churchill Downs 7  0.20 P6 
3, 4 / 3, 4, 9 / 14 / 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 13 / 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 / 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20            $820.80

Churchill Downs 7 0.20 P6  
3, 4 / 3, 4, 9 / 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 13 / 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 13 / 9 / 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20            $820.80


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