Ellis Park Selections: Day 3–Sunday, July 10, 2022

Call Me Midnight
Peter Cantrell and Benjamin Gase’s Call Me Midnight will try turf for the first time in the $70,000 Dade Park Dash Stakes on Sunday, July 10 at Ellis Park in Henderson, KY. Hodges Photography

Steam–5 wins on Saturday’s card!–Ellis Park Day 3, Sunday, July 10, 2022: BUY PICKS ($3)

Check out the Saturday, July 9th edition

Henderson, Kentucky updated forecast

Dade Park Dash Highlights Eight Race Card

Demodog
Donato Lanni and John Youngblood’s Demodog will make her first start for trainer Brendan Walsh in the seventh race at Ellis Park on July 10. Coady Photography

An eight-race program is on the agenda at Ellis Park on Sunday, July 10, as the Henderson, KY racetrack closes out the opening weekend of its 2022 summer meet.

The featured fifth race on the program is the $70,000 Dade Park Dash Stakes for three-year-olds sprinting 5.5-furlongs on the turf.

Tagg Team Racing, et al’s B D Valeski, third in a non-classified allowance contest in his most recent start at Churchill Downs on June 5, is the 8-5 morning line favorite in a compact field of six. Jockey James Graham will be astride the bay son of Mark Valeski for trainer Greg Foley.

Five Winners On Saturday’s Program–$2.58 ROI 

Steam gave out five winners and had a return on investment (ROI*) of $2.58 for each $2 wagered on its top picks on Saturday’s nine-race program at Ellis Park and, as a result, two days into the nascent summer stand at the Pea Patch, its top selections are winning at a 35 percent clip and have finished in the money 71 percent of the time.

Post time for the first of eight races at Ellis Park on Sunday, July 10 is 12:50 P.M. (Central).

Racing will be conducted in the Ti-City Area July 8-August 28, Fridays through Sundays. There will be no racing on August 13 to accommodate a one day program at Churchill Downs.

Steam–5 wins on Saturday’s card!–Ellis Park Day 3, Sunday, July 10, 2022: BUY PICKS ($3)

Check out the Saturday, July 9th 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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