Keeneland Selections: Day 13–Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Cellist
Calumet Farm’s Cellist returns to the races off a near three-month layoff in the featured sixth race at Keeneland Race Course on Wednesday, April 27. Coady Photography

Steam–3 wins on Sunday–$3.18 ROI!–Keeneland Day 13, Wednesday, April 27, 2022: BUY PICKS ($3)

Check out the Sunday, April 24th edition

Lexington, Kentucky updated forecast

Turf Routers Square Off In Feature

Bella Conchita
Dixiana Farms, LLC’s Bella Conchita will face winners for the first time in the second race at Keeneland on April 27. Coady Photography

A customary eight-race program is on the docket at Keeneland Race Course on Wednesday, April 27, as the iconic Lexington, KY racetrack begins the final week of its 15-day Spring Meeting in Central Kentucky.

The featured sixth race on the card is a $120,000 second-level allowance contest for four-year-olds and upward slated for an 8.5-furlong journey on the Haggin Turf Course.

Juddmonte’s Floriform–third in the Tampa Bay Stakes (G3T) at Tampa Bay Downs in his last start on February 22–is the 3-1 morning line favorite in a full field of 12. Jockey Joel Rosario will be astride the four-year-old bay son of Into Mischief for Hall-of-Fame trainer Bill Mott.

Three Winners On Sunday’s Card–$3.18 ROI

Steam gave out three winners and had a return on investment (ROI*) of $3.18 for each $2 wagered on its top picks on Sunday’s nine-race program at Keeneland and, as a result, with three days remaining at the 2022 Spring Meet, its top selections are winning at a 25 percent clip and have finished in the money 65 percent of the time.

Post time for the first of eight races at Keeneland on Wednesday, April 27 is 1:00 P.M. (Eastern). Additionally, there is a $49,486 carryover in the $1 Pick 6 (Races 3-8, 2:04 P.M. (Eastern) post time).

Steam–3 wins on Sunday–$3.18 ROI!–Keeneland Day 13, Wednesday, April 27, 2022: BUY PICKS ($3)

Check out the Sunday, April 24th 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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