Keeneland Selections, Day 8–Sunday, October 17, 2021

New Boss
Barry and Carol Conrad’s New Boss, a multiple stakes winner, returns to the allowance ranks in the featured eighth race at Keeneland Race Course on Sunday, October 17. Coady Photography

Steam–5 wins on Saturday–$2.64 ROI!–Keeneland Day 8, Sunday, October 17, 2021: BUY PICKS ($3)

Check out the Saturday, October 16th edition

Lexington, Kentucky updated forecast

Turf Sprinter Showdown In Feature

Super Quick
Marylou Whitney Stables’ Super Quick will face winners for the first time in the seventh race at Keeneland on October 17. Coady Photography

Keeneland Race Course closes out a five-day week of Thoroughbred racing action in the Bluegrass State with a customary nine-race program on the docket on Sunday, October 17 at the historic Lexington, KY racetrack.

The featured eighth race on the card is a $90,000 classified allowance affair for three-year-old fillies sprinting 5.5-furlongs on the Haggin Turf Course.

Three Diamonds Farm’s Amalfi Princess, an open-length winner in her most recent start at Kentucky Downs on September 5, is the tepid 4-1 morning line choice in a field that attracted nine entrants. Tyler Gaffalione has the call on the daughter of Temple City for trainer Mike Maker.

Five Wins On Saturday’s Card, $2.64 ROI

Steam gave out 5 winners on Saturday’s 10-race program with a with a return on investment (ROI*) of $2.64 for each $2 wagered on its top selections on the card. As a result, seven days into the 2021 fall stand in Central Kentucky, its top picks are winning at a 35 percent clip and have finished in the money 65 percent of the time 

Post time for the first of nine races at Keeneland on Sunday, October 17 is 1:00 P.M. (Eastern). Additionally, there is a $17,573 carryover in the $1 Super Hi-5 (Race 9, 5:16 P.M. (Eastern) post time).

Steam–5 wins on Saturday–$2.64 ROI!–Keeneland Day 8, Sunday, October 17, 2021: BUY PICKS ($3)

Check out the Saturday, October 16th edition

Lexington, Kentucky updated forecast

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

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