Whitmore will try to surpass the $ 3 million mark in revenue when he faces a difficult sprinter field at the 2020 Fleet Count Handicap at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark. A 7-year-old boy, Whitmore has 13 wins, 10 seconds, three thirds and income of $ 2,936,350 in 33 careers started, including eight wins in 13 starting at Oaklawn Park, the trajectory of his home. He has been installed as a 5-2 favorite at the Count Fleet odds, a Class 3 race that attracts 11 participants.
The race is the first leg of Pick 4 late at Oaklawn Park, which starts at 5:14 tonight. ET and finishes with Race 11. National handicap champion Jonathon Kinchen has evaluated each of the four races at the end of Pick 4, and, in order to display a large and competitive field, you will definitely want see the best bet on the horse race before building a late Pick 4 ticket at Oaklawn Park for Saturday, April 18.
Kinchen is one of the nation’s most successful and recognizable horsemen. An analyst for Fox Sports’ Saturday at the Races’ and co-host of the “In the Money Players’ Podcast,” Kinchen won the National Horseplayers Championship Tour in 2015, a series of year-round handicapping events across the country. In the same year, he became the only player in history to have both entries that qualify for the final table of the National Horseplayers Championship.
In addition, Kinchen has scored big numbers on some of the biggest racing days. At the 2015 Kentucky Derby, he cashed in $ 150,000 after picking Pick 6 and Pick 3 cold for $ 300 who paid $ 50,000. He also chose Pick 4 for $ 84,000 on Belmont Stakes day in 2010, one of several days with five numbers he had on the track.
He is currently riding a hot streak on his horse racing picks for SportsLine. At the Fountain of Youth Stakes in February, Kinchen nailed a $ 80 win bet to Ete Indien who paid a healthy $ 344. Last month at Beholder Mile, he distributed exactly $ 50 which paid $ 550. On April 2 he hit Pick 4 late at Oaklawn Park, which paid $ 221.55. On Saturday he destroyed Oaklawn Stakes, handing out $ 5 exactly who paid $ 1,338. And on Tuesday, he pressed Pick 4 once more, this time at Will Rogers Downs, for $ 649.60.
Now, Kinchen has been blocking late Pick 4 at Oaklawn Park for Saturday, April 18, picking up picks and building tickets. You can head here to see them.
Top Oaklawn Park Predictions Pick 4 for April 18
Kinchen is high in the Point of Honor, long shots 10-1 in Race 10, Apple Blossom Handicap. Curlin’s 4-year-old daughter has three wins and three seconds in seven careers. He came from finishing second at Tampa Bay Downs on March 7.
But that was his first start in almost seven months. “His first race after layoffs made him perfect for Saturday,” Kinchen told SportsLine.
Kinchen also excelled in Curlin Rules, a long shot 8-1 in Race 11, the last leg of Pick 4. The 7-year-old Curlin’s son had four wins, five seconds, and two-thirds in his 24 career starts. He came from second place in Oaklawn Park on March 1.
But Curlin Rules has an initial speed figure and racer, Tyler Baze, to suggest he might set an initial speed on Saturday. “You can’t throw a horse like this in a scattered race,” Kinchen added.
How to make a Oaklawn Park pick for April 18
Apart from that Kinchen was high on a double-digit long shot on Saturday. This horse “has a good shape,” he said, and could light a carrying board. He share the Pick 4 grid only on SportsLine.
How did Kinchen arrange her Pick 4 ticket for Saturday? And which double-digit long shots can win big prices? Visit SportsLine to see Kinchen’s pick for Pick 4 at Oaklawn Park on Saturday, and find out.
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