Today’s Steam: Ellis Park, Day 29–Sunday, September 2, 2018

Bloom Racing Stable’s Henley’s Joy, shown breaking his maiden on debut at Ellis Park on July 21, won the $400,000 Kentucky Downs Juvenile Stakes on Saturday, September 1. Photo By: Coady Photography

Steam–Expert Picks: Ellis Park, Day 29: Sunday, September 2nd Card, 2018 

Steam’s FREE Play of the Day for: Ellis Park, Sunday, September 2nd, 2018

Updated Henderson, Kentucky weather forecast

steam_ellis_logoMaidens In Spotlight On Sunday’s Card

The penultimate day of Ellis Park’s 2018 race meet features an expansive 11-race card on the docket at the Henderson, Ky. oval.

The program is highlighted by a quartet of $42,000 maiden allowance events–a pair for two-year-olds going as races six and seven, respectively, and a pair for three-year-olds and upward, closing out the card as races 10 and 11.

Albaugh Family Stables, LLC’s Mr. Ankeny, is the 5-2 morning line favorite in the sixth, while the Calumet Farm coupled entry of Ship of the Line and Invested is the 2-1 morning line choice in the seventh.

Additionally, John W. Sather’s Mylady Curlin is the 5-2 choice on the morning line in the tenth on the card, and Bruce McMillin and Tagg Team Racing’s Bye Bye Birdstone is the early 5-2 favorite in the nightcap.

Steam Kicks Off Week With 5 Wins, Positive 79 Percent ROI

Steam gave out five winners on Friday’s eight-race program at Ellis Park and, as a result, had a positive 79 percent return on investment (ROI*), or a flat-bet profit of $1.58 for each two dollars wagered on its top selections on the card.

Additionally, 28 days into the 2018 summer stand at the “Pea Patch”, Steam‘s top picks are hitting at a 28 percent strike rate; its top selections have finished in the money 64 percent of the time.

Post time for the first of 11 races at Ellis Park on Sunday, September 2 is 12:50 P.M. (Central).

Steam–Expert Picks: Ellis Park, Day 29: Sunday, September 2 Card, 2018 

Steam’s FREE Play of the Day for: Ellis Park, Sunday, September 2 Card, 2018

*Return on investment (ROI) is calculated by dividing the net profit by the total amount invested.






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