10/23/2007 12:00AM

Keeneland Babies for 10/24

EmailWelcome to Keeneland Babies! I'll break down the statistics for every juvenile maiden contest at the meet, and hopefully will add to the Keeneland Spring and Spa Baby profits.

Sunday’s results:
Race 1: Chief Mena finished third
Race 5: Bold Initiative finished second

Week 1 recap: Nistle’s Crunch’s $11 place price on Opening Day kept us in the hunt for a profitable meet, but it would be nice to actually isolate a winner for a change. 9-0-3, (-$1.00)

Week 2 recap: Hidden Leader’s debut win at 8-1 sparked a comeback, but somewhat conservative play cost me further profits. 24-6-12, (+$2.60)

Week 3 recap: The handicapping wasn’t very good, but several selections went to post as underlays, and we were spared further financial humiliation. Still, we’re in the red going into the final week so it’s time to turn things around. 36-7-18, (-$1.40)

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Race 3
6 Furlongs (Polytrack)
Maiden Claiming ($50,000)
2-year-olds
Purse $22,000

1. Justice Rambo (Doneraile Court – Kamerican, by Quiet American)
Trainer: Joseph Deegan
- Foaled May 14, 2005 in Kentucky
- out yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- sire was a Grade 2 route winner (16-6-3-2, $361,410, 2-5 at two)
- sire is 20-165 (12%) with juvenile debut runners
- sire is 8-59 (14%, $1.39 ROI) with all debut runners in 2007
- dam was a winner (26-5-3-2, $116,129, 0-5 at two)
- dam has two runners, one winner, one juvenile runner
- dam a half-sister to stakes-winning sprinter Expert Tease (19-6-4-2, $60,677, 1-1 at two), and stakes-placed Costner (72-18-12-8, $210,428, unraced at two)
- Quiet American is 3-45 (7%, $1.15 ROI) as the broodmare sire of debut runners in 2007
- trainer is 0-2 over the past five years with juvenile runners

2. Star’s Classic Cat (Star Programmer – Toot’s Classic, by Well Decorated
Trainer: Donnie Kelly
- Foaled February 9, 2005 in Kentucky
- sire was Group 3 stakes-placed on dirt in Japan (20-3-0-2, $616,471, unraced at two)
- sire is 12-144 (8%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a sprint winner (14-1-2-2, $28,947, unraced at two)
- dam has two runners, no winners, two juvenile runners
- second dam was multiple stakes-winner Two Eyed Tootie (61-12-6-7, $114,538, 0-6 at two)
- trainer is 0-1 over the past five years with juveniles following a trainer switch
- trainer is 0-1 with Keeneland Babies following a trainer switch

3. Storming Lyric (Storm Boot – Dina’s Song, by Seattle Song)
Trainer: John Langemeier
- Foaled February 28, 2005 in Kentucky
- $30,000 weanling (Keeneland November 2005)
- $32,000 RNA yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- sire was a stakes-placed sprinter (14-4-3-1, $70,510, unraced at two)
- sire is 156-1059 (15%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a turf winner (11-1-2-1, $45,670, 0-1 at two)
- dam has two runners, one winner, two juvenile runners, no juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to multiple stakes-placed Irish Ore (59-8-14-11, $199,156), multiple stakes-placed router Rejected Love (43-6-10-9, $131,494, unraced at two)
- dam a full sister to multiple stakes-winner Irish Actress (54-11-11-7, $571,525, 1-8 at two)
- trainer is 0-4 over the past five years with second-time juveniles dropping into maiden claimers
- trainer is 0-1 with second-time Keeneland Babies dropping into maiden claimers

4. Sonofawitch (Zavata – Risen Witch, by Conquistador Cielo)
Trainer: Gregory Foley
- Foaled April 14, 2005 in Kentucky
- $17,000 yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- half-brother to stakes-winner Risen Warrior (119-19-19-18, $519,075, 2-12 at two), multiple stakes-winner Awesome Lady (34-7-4-2, $310,658, 1-5 at two), and Group 1-placed Edyobajavis (in Mexico, 5-1-1-1, $24,888, unraced at two)
- first-crop sire was a multiple Grade 2 sprint winner (13-5-1-1, $346,533, 3-6 at two)
- sire is 7-44 (16%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a route winner (16-2-1-2, $44,498, unraced at two)
- dam has eight runners, six winners, five juvenile runners, three juvenile winners
- second dam is multiple stakes-winner Bald Witch (47-7-6-7, $164,258, 1-6 at two)
- trainer is 2-12 (17%, $0.62 ROI) over the past five years with juveniles dropping into maiden claimers

5. Cactus Tom (Cactus Ridge – Stubborn Star, by Star Choice)
Trainer: Bobby Barnett
- Foaled May 5, 2005 in Kentucky
- $20,000 yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- half-brother to multiple stakes-winner Winning Agenda (30-4-2-11, $123,500, 1-3 at two), juvenile stakes-winning router Dixie Two Star (12-2-2-1, $66,030, 2-7 at two), Group 3 hurdler Cante Ke Brave (28-8-3-2, $201,133, 1-3 at two), stakes-placed Can Star (44-8-9-9, $64,217, 0-4 at two), and stakes-placed Anyplace Anytime (39-5-6-6, $164,955, 2-5 at two)
- first-crop sire was a Grade 3 route winner at two (4-4-0-0, $187,050, all races at two)
- sire is 11-66 (17%) with juvenile runners
- dam was unraced
- dam has 12 runners, eight winners, eight juvenile runners, four juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to juvenile stakes-placed Biba (19-2-0-4, $23,565), juvenile stakes-placed Nathan’s Dancer (62-11-13-6, $73,376), multiple stakes-winner Fling Ding (32-8-2-2, $87,881), and juvenile stakes-placed sprinter Belladonte (26-4-4-1, $37,582, 1-11 at two)
- trainer is 0-3 over the past five years with second-time juveniles dropping into maiden claimers

6. Cape Hatteras (Cape Town – Mythomania, by Nureyev)
Trainer: Dallas Stewart
- Foaled May 8, 2005 in Kentucky
- $25,000 RNA yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- $18,000 RNA juvenile (Fasig-Tipton Spring May 2007)
- half-brother to stakes-placed Goldenbaum (30-7-7-6, $129,640, unraced at two), and Grade 3 turf winner Inexplicable (19-6-6-1, $378,315, unraced at two)
- sire was a Grade 1 route winner (12-5-1-1, $795,817, 3-6 at two)
- sire is 61-330 (18%) with juvenile runners
- dam was stakes-placed on turf in France (12-1-1-3, $23,645, 0-3 at two, cost $400,000 as a weanling, and $500,000 as a yearling)
- dam has eight runners, six winners, two juvenile runners, no juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to multiple stakes-winner Vene (50-8-6-11, $155,643), multiple stakes-winner Ataentsic (69-8-8-13, $188,142, 2-10 at two), Grade 2 turf winner Heart of Joy (28-10-7-7, $743,297, 1-1 at two), and stakes-placed turf runner Cisco Road (8-5-1-0, $97,034, unraced at two)
- trainer is 0-6 over the past five years with second-time juveniles dropping into maiden claimers

7. Decadent Man (Drewman – Decadent Lady, by Devil His Due)
Trainer: Angel Hyland
- Foaled January 13, 2005 in Florida
- first-crop sire was a multiple stakes-placed router (12-5-1-1, $188,852, unraced at two)
- sire is 6-72 (8%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a winner (16-3-5-0, $49,413, 1-8 at two, cost $8,500 as a yearling)
- dam has two runners, no winners, two juvenile runners
- trainer is 6-83 (7%, $0.56 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile runners
- trainer is 0-6 with Keeneland Babies

8. Fontazia (Cat Thief – Fontina, by Salt Marsh)
Trainer: Dale Romans
- Foaled April 24, 2005 in Kentucky
- $90,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Summer July 2006)
- out yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
withdrawn juvenile (OBS Open June 2007 - half-brother to Group 1 winner Flirteador (in Argentina, 25-9-1-5, $156,079, 1-3 at two), and Group 1-placed Flager (in Argentina), 27-7-5-2, $191,977, 1-3 at two)
- sire was a multiple Grade 1 route winner (30-4-9-8, $3,951,012, 2-7 at two)
- sire is 14-115 (12%) with juvenile debut runners
- Cat Thief is 3-40 (8%, $0.91 ROI) with all debut runners in 2007
- dam was a stakes-winner in Argentina (1-1-0-0, $14,140, raced at two/three)
- dam has seven runners, seven winners, three juvenile runners, two juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to multiple Group 1 winner Fontemar (in Argentina), stakes-placed Fassbinder (in Argentina), and Group 1-placed Fortisima (in Argentina)
- trainer is 28-189 (15%, $1.63 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 4-22 (18%, $2.15 ROI) with debuting Keeneland Babies
- trainer is 9-59 (15%, $1.92 ROI) with all debut runners in 2007

9. Gordonstwentyfour (Sea of Secrets – Dixie Lil’, by Dixie Brass)
Trainer: Forrest Kaelin
- Foaled February 6, 2005 in Kentucky
- sire was a Grade 2 sprint winner (10-4-0-2, $155,757, 2-2 at two)
- sire is 74-491 (15%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a winner (43-4-7-3, $105,573, 1-7 at two, cost $8,000 as a yearling)
- dam has three runners, one winner, one juvenile runner, no juvenile winners
- second dam is stakes-winner Two Row (11-2-1-2, $38,364, 2-6 at two)
- trainer is 0-6 over the past five years with second-time juveniles dropping into maiden claimers

10. Coffeedrinkinbuddy (The Deputy – Fabulous Quest, by Quest for Fame)
Trainer: Donald Winfree
- Foaled April 17, 2005 in Kentucky
- sire was a Grade 1 route winner (10-4-2-3, $817,720, 1-5 at two)
- sire is 16-158 (10%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a sprint winner (14-1-2-1, $15,766, unraced at two)
- dam has two runners, no winners, one juvenile runner
- trainer is 0-4 over the past five years with juveniles dropping into maiden claimers

11. Profit Eater (Vision and Verse – June Gift, by Hold Your Peace)
Trainer: Ronny Werner
- Foaled January 22, 2005 in Kentucky
- $20,000 yearling (Keeneland January 2006)
- $65,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Summer July 2006)
- out juvenile (Barretts March 2007)
- withdrawn juvenile (OBS Open March 2007)
- out juvenile (Keeneland April 2007)
- $27,000 RNA juvenile (Fasig-Tipton Spring May 2007)
- sire was a Grade 2 route winner (21-4-3-5, $1,030,330, 0-1 at two)
- sire is 25-151 (17%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a winner (19-5-0-3, $45,190, 1-2 at two, cost $20,000 as a weanling, and $37,000 as a juvenile)
- dam has nine runners, six winners, seven juvenile runners, two juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to stakes-placed Ridan Prospector (30-6-5-1, $73,135), and stakes-placed sprinter Ride North (53-6-8-5, $24,625, 0-3 at two)
- trainer is 20-79 (25%, $1.83 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juveniles
- trainer is 0-4 over the past five years with second-time Keeneland Babies

12. Pulaski County (Tactical Cat – Silver Reserve, by Silver Deputy)
Trainer: Robert Holthus-
Foaled April 11, 2005 in Kentucky
- $100,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Summer July 2006)
- sire was a Grade 1 winner at two (12-4-3-2, $480,067, 3-9 at two)
- sire is 52-410 (13%) with juvenile runners
- dam was unraced
- this is dam’s only runner
- dam a half-sister to juvenile Grade 2 sprint winner Boone’s Mill (14-7-2-0, $400,214, 2-5 at two), and multiple stakes-placed Corporate Debut (19-3-3-4, $94,370, 2-8 at two)
- trainer is 1-22 (5%, $0.23 ROI) over the past five years with juveniles dropping into maiden claimers
- trainer is 0-1 with Keeneland Babies dropping into maiden claimers

Analysis: CAPE HATTERAS was involved in a six-ply pace battle after breaking from the rail in his career debut, and still re-rallied in the stretch to grab the place. That race was the faster division of maiden special weights on Kentucky Cup Day at Turfway Park, and Cape Hatteras may relax a bit better on Wednesday after breaking from midpack. He should be prominent when they turn for home, and a repeat of that 78 debut Beyer should get this done at a short price.
JUSTICE RAMBO has a solid pedigree, and should offer value going out for low-profile connections. The inside post is somewhat concerning, but he may not be facing any future stars in this $50,000 claimer. SONOFAWITCH boasts an improving Beyer pattern, and drops into a claimer for the first time (often an interesting set of angles in juvenile maiden claimers). He has some tactical speed, and shouldn’t be too far away when the field hits the turn.
STAR’S CLASSIC CAT showed route speed at Turfway against weaker competition, but may do better reverting to pace-tracking tactics in this sprint heat. He has the experience edge over his rivals. STORMING LYRIC chased slow fractions in his career debut on Kentucky Downs sod, and that race should have him legged up for better here. He’ll offer value, but may need a bit more pace up front to adequately setup his late run. FONTAZIA goes out for solid debut barn, but red flags arise as the $90,000 yearling debuts for a $50,000 tag.

Selections:
1. Cape Hatteras
2. Justice Rambo
3. Sonofawitch

The play: No play

Race 5
1 1/8 Miles (Polytrack)
Maiden Special Weight
2-year-old fillies
Purse $50,000

1. More Than Fair (Mineshaft – Woodman’s Girl, by Woodman)
Trainer: Todd Pletcher
- Foaled February 21, 2005 in Kentucky
- $230,000 RNA yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- half-sister to Grade 1 sprint winner More Than Ready (17-7-4-1, $1,026,229, 5-7 at two)
- first-crop sire was a multiple Grade 1 route winner (18-10-3-1, $2,283,402, unraced at two)
- sire is 6-40 (15%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a sprint winner (28-3-3-5, $69,195, 1-6 at two, cost $60,000 as a weanling)
- dam has five runners, four winners, three juvenile runners, one juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to juvenile stakes-placed turf runner Lear Flight (18-0-1-2, $13,538, 0-4 at two), Grade 1 winner Bail Out Becky (22-9-5-3, $725,085, 4-7 at two), and stakes-winner Benelli (71-7-11-14, $108,539)
- trainer is 295-1150 (26%, $1.63 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile runners
- trainer is 19-70 (27%, $2.01 ROI) with Keeneland Babies
- Keeneland Clocker Comment for October 18 workout: “in company with Gauze (Pletcher four-year-old filly with 72 Beyer top), the team was going easily at the wire”

2. Highest Class (Mineshaft - Classic Approval, by With Approval)
Trainer: Neil Howard
- Foaled March 20, 2005 in Kentucky
- $300,000 yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- half-sister to multiple Grade 3 winner Gulch Approval (40-8-6-8, $593,004, 0-2 at two), and stakes-winner Approval Rating (9-3-1-1, $191,176, 2-4 at two)
- first-crop sire was a multiple Grade 1 route winner (18-10-3-1, $2,283,402, unraced at two)
- sire is 6-40 (15%) with juvenile runners
- dam was multiple stakes-placed (14-3-3-2, $109,430, 1-5 at two)
- dam has six runners, five winners, four juvenile runners, one juvenile winner
- dam a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Class Kris (27-10-8-2, $582,129, 0-1 at two), multiple Grade 3-placed sprinter Class on Class (34-5-9-8, $189,525, 1-3 at two), and stakes-winning router Patriot Act (19-4-6-5, $452,252, 0-4 at two)
- trainer is 1-13 (8%, $0.35 ROI) over the past five years with juveniles adding blinkers
- trainer is 0-2 with Keeneland Babies adding blinkers

3. Steady Patter (Lemon Drop Kid – Tropic Depression, by Storm Cat)
Trainer: Victoria Oliver
- Foaled February 22, 2005 in Kentucky
- $125,000 yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- $130,000 juvenile (Keeneland April 2007)
- sire was a multiple Grade 1 winner (24-10-3-3, $3,245,370, 2-6 at two)
- sire is 30-267 (11%) with juvenile runners
- Lemon Drop Kid - Storm Cat ‘nick’ has produced multiple turf stakes-winner Lemon Drop Gal (14-4-2-0, $178,307, unraced at two)
- dam was a sprint winner (4-1-1-0, $37,105, unraced at two)
- dam has two runners, one winner, two juvenile runners, no juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to multiple Grade 3-placed router Gold Colony (17-3-3-2, $118,174, 0-2 at two), and multiple stakes-placed Big Prairie (15-5-2-2, $254,143, unraced at two)
- trainer is 2-10 (20%, $1.62 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juveniles
- trainer is 0-2 with second-time Keeneland Babies

4. Favorite Fantasy (Richter Scale – Fantasy of Caro, by Caros Love)
Trainer: Gregory Fox
- Foaled March 10, 2005 in Kentucky
- $22,000 RNA yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- full sister to multiple stakes-winner Rich Fantasy (18-5-4-3, $323,514, 2-3 at two)
- sire was a Grade 1 sprint winner (25-12-2-0, $1,139,958, 1-2 at two)
- sire is 23-191 (12%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a multiple stakes-winner (36-7-6-8, $117,134, 0-1 at two)
- dam has four runners, two winners, four juvenile runners, one juvenile winner
- trainer is 0-17 over the past five years with juvenile runners
- trainer is 0-6 with Keeneland Babies

5. Royal One (Tiznow – Polished Image, by Unbridled)
Trainer: William Mott
- Foaled January 17, 2005 in Kentucky
- $85,000 short yearling (Keeneland January 2006)
- $265,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Summer July 2006)
- out yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- sire was a multiple Grade 1 route winner (15-8-4-2, $6,427,830, unraced at two)
- sire is 39-224 (17%) with juvenile runners
- dam was unplaced (3-0-0-0, $300, all races sprinting at two)
- dam has four runners, two winners, four juvenile runners, no juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Virilify (37-8-3-6, $218,585), and Grade 3 winner Agacerie (21-9-3-4, $396,901)
- trainer is 29-163 (18%, $1.40 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juveniles)
- trainer is 2-9 (22%, $1.29 ROI) with second-time Keeneland Babies

6. Lookalike (Dynaformer – Hard to Copy, by Mr. Prospector)
Trainer: Michael Matz
- Foaled February 4, 2005 in Kentucky
- $475,000 weanling (Keeneland November 2005)
- half-sister to Grade 3-placed turfer Andover Lady (11-3-2-2, $130,729, unraced at two)
- sire was a multiple Grade 2 winner (30-7-5-2, $671,207, 1-5 at two)
- sire is 125-1029 (12%) with juvenile runners
- Dynaformer - Mr. Prospector ‘nick’ has produced Grade 2 turf winner Masseuse (13-5-2-2, $437,312, 0-3 at two), and Grade 1 turf winner Film Maker (27-8-8-7, $2,203,730, 0-1 at two)
- dam was a sprint winner (18-2-3-1, $96,988, 0-1 at two)
- dam has six runners, one winner, one juvenile runner, no juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to multiple Grade 1 route winner Behrens (25-9-7-3, $3,243,500, unraced at two), and Group 3-placed turf runner Delius (in England, 7-2-0-4, $39,726, 1-1 at two)
- trainer is 12-42 (29%, $3.32 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juveniles

7. Bourbon Street (Dixie Union – Unbridled Vice, by Unbridled)
Trainer: Claude McGaughey III
- Foaled February 25, 2005 in Kentucky
- sire was a multiple Grade 1 winner (12-7-3-0, $1,233,190, 4-6 at two)
- sire is 56-368 (15%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a winner (25-4-7-6, $210,015, 0-2 at two)
- dam has two runners, one winner, two juvenile runners, no juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to Grade 3-placed On London Time (17-2-1-4, $85,971, 2-5 at two)
- trainer is 5-64 (8%, $1.25 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile debut runners
- trainer is 7-43 (16%, $0.67 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juveniles
- trainer is 0-1 with second-time Keeneland Babies

8. Absolutely Cindy (Arch – Ms. Boucheron, by L’Enjoleur)
Trainer: Keith Kimmon
- Foaled May 28, 2005 in Kentucky
- sire was a Grade 1 route winner (7-5-1-0, $480,969, 1-1 at two)
- sire is 30-266 (11%) with juvenile runners
- Arch - L’Enjoleur ‘nick’ has produced Grade 2 winner Black Spicy (in Panama)
- dam was a winner (87-8-9-10, $78,922, 1-8 at two)
- this is dam’s only runner
- dam a half-sister to multiple stakes-placed juvenile Ray’s Secret Lady (38-2-6-6, $46,382, 2-9 at two), and multiple stakes-placed Battle for Gold (38-17-5-5, $97,893, 3-5 at two)
- trainer is 0-4 over the past five years with juvenile runners
- trainer is 0-1 with Keeneland Babies

9. Song Bird Too (Songandaprayer – Mia Bird Too, by Proud Birdie)
Trainer: Patrick Byrne
- Foaled March 2, 2005 in Florida
- $85,000 short yearling (OBS Winter January 2006)
- $130,000 yearling (Fasig-Tipton Summer July 2006)
- withdrawn juvenile (Fasig-Tipton February Select March 2007)
- withdrawn juvenile (OBS Open March 2007)
- sire was a Grade 1 route winner (8-3-1-1, $380,480, 2-2 at two)
- sire is 39-217 (18%) with juvenile runners
- dam was a stakes-winner (49-9-10-5, $267,815, 0-1 at two)
- dam has three runners, two winners, two juvenile runners, no juvenile winners
- trainer is 9-31 (29%, $1.57 ROI) over the past five years with second-time juveniles
- trainer is 0-4 with second-time Keeneland Babies

10. Victory Frolic (Victory Gallop – Happy Nation, by Lear Fan)
Trainer: Austin Smith
- Foaled April 3, 2005 in Kentucky
- $75,000 yearling (Keeneland September 2006)
- sire was a multiple Grade 1 route winner (17-9-5-1, $3,505,895, 3-5 at two)
- sire was 58-428 (14%) with juvenile runners
- dam was unraced (1-0-0-0, $0, unraced at two, cost $130,000 as a yearling)
- dam has three runners, two winners, three juvenile runners, two juvenile winners
- dam a half-sister to multiple stakes-winner Happily Unbridled (27-5-5-4, $280,254, 2-4 at two)
- trainer is 13-112 (12%, $1.44 ROI) over the past five years with juvenile runners
- trainer is 1-18 (6%, $0.68 ROI) with Keeneland Babies

Analysis: LOOKALIKE, a $475,000 weanling purchase, made a solid move along the backstretch in her career debut at Presque Isle Downs. She took the lead turning for home, and gamely held the place in the stretch while fighting all the way down to the line. Michael Matz has phenomenal numbers with second-time juveniles, and his charge’s excellent pedigree should help her see out this grueling nine-furlong distance.
ROYAL ONE is certainly bred to appreciate the step up in trip as both her sire and broodmare sire won the Breeders’ Cup Classic. She is stretching out two-and-a-half furlongs for this, however, and still seems a bit green. She noticeably flashed her tail when asked for run on the turn of her debut at Belmont, and may be overbet just a bit based on that 66 Beyer, and top-shelf connections. ABSOLUTELY CINDY acquitted herself quite nicely last time considering she faced males and winners. She was a bit late to change leads that day, but galloped out nicely after the fact, and now switches to the red-hot Bejarano. The quick turnaround is somewhat worrisome, however, as she may regress following that tough turf start.

Selections:
1. Lookalike
2. Royal One
3. Absolutely Cindy

The Play: Lookalike to win at 2-1 or more

Meet record based on starts, wins, top pick (after scratches) in the money, and profit/loss of that day's play ($2 wager): 36-7-18, (-$1.40)