Play Against Ray: Alpha in the Whitney

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Fantasy ‘Capping is back, and you’re invited to Play Against Ray! Each week leading up to the Breeders’ Cup Classic, Fantasy ‘Cappers will make their selections on key Breeders’ Cup prep races. Join our private league, Play Against Ray, at www.fantasycapping.com. The password is paulickreport.

Each week, you’ll get email reminders to make your selections (past performances for the races and other information will be made available free of charge) based on a simple $20 win, place, or show bet, or a $10 exacta box (your two horses must finish first and second to win). Points are based on the winning pari-mutuel payoffs.

As an incentive, when the Nov. 2 Breeders’ Cup Classic marks the end of the Fantasy ‘Capping season, Paulick Report will make donations to the equine charities of choice for the top three finishers ($200 for first, $100 for second, $50 for third-place). We’ll award some other fun prizes along the way from Ray’s Treasure Trove of Turf History (souvenirs, historical track programs, handicapping books).

Ray is supremely confident he’s going to win the league (despite not picking one winner last year), so take your shot against him. This week, Ray gives his selection for the Grade 1 Whitney Handicap at Saratoga. Join in the fun!

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  • LongTimeEconomist

    Now I know who not to bet on.

  • Patti Davis

    And if you’d like to be in the league that takes down Play Against Ray, come play on League PATTI’S PLAYERS, p/w invasor (no caps) and have some fun. Just a few slots (no pun) left.

    “It can’t be sport if there’s no smack talk.”

  • DinkyDiva

    Ray, I’m already in a league. I love MMM but, I had to go with FL.

  • sunny

    They should scratch Successful Dan. He is clearly walking short on his right hind, which he just fell on. Leperoux has been looking back it. I hope he is ok, but is this worth it?

  • sunny

    Ok, not bad for a horse that just flipped. Hope all is well. Congrats to the speed.

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