Ellis Park Selections, Day 28–Sunday, August 29, 2021

Cave Hill
Larry J. Romero’s Cave Hill, shown winning the Rushaway Stakes at Turfway Park on March 27, will make his first start for trainer Chris Hartman in the fith race at Ellis Park on Sunday, August 29. Coady Photography

Steam–Hat trick on Saturday–$2.55 ROI!–Ellis Park Day 28, Sunday, August 29, 2021: BUY PICKS ($3)

Check out the Saturday, August 28th edition

Henderson, Kentucky updated forecast

Turf Sprinters On Display In Sunday’s Feature

Signify
WinStar Stablemates Racing, LLC’s Signify will try to earn her third career win the seventh race at Ellis Park on August 29. Keeneland/Coady Photography

An eight-race program is on the agenda at Ellis Park in Henderson, Ky. on Sunday, August 29, as a weekend of live Thoroughbred racing comes to a close in the Tri-State area.

The featured seventh race on the card is a $52,000 entry-level allowance event for three-year-olds and upward sprinting 5.5-furlongs on the turf.

Corinne and William Heiligbrodt’s Madame Ready, who will face winners for the first time, is the 3-1 morning line favorite in a field that attracted 10 entrants. Jockey Brian Hernandez, Jr. will be astride the three-year-old bay daughter of More Than Ready for Hall-of-Fame trainer Steve Asmussen.

Post time for the first of eight races is 12:50 P.M. (Central).

Hat Trick On Saturday’s Program — $2.55 ROI

Steam touted three winners on Saturday’s eight-race program at Ellis Park and, as a result, had a positive 28 percent return on investment (ROI*), or a flat-bet profit of 55 cents for each two dollars wagered on its top selections on the card.

With three days remaining at the 2021 summer stand at the Pea Patch, Steam‘s top picks are winning at a 33 percent clip and have finished in the money 67 percent of the time.

Steam–Hat trick on Saturday–$2.55 ROI!–Ellis Park Day 28, Sunday, August 29, 2021: BUY PICKS ($3)

Check out the Saturday, August 28th edition

Henderson, Kentucky updated forecast

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

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