After calling the winners of the 14 Breeders’ Cup world championship races on NBC Sports last weekend, Larry Collmus is back in the announcer’s booth for the Bing Crosby season at Del Mar racetrack north of San Diego, Calif.
Collmus has encountered a couple of foggy afternoons at Del Mar, once during this past summer meet and again in the fall, but his calls have been crystal clear and precise. But can his handicapping match those skills?
In this week’s Beat Ray “Beach Boss” competition, Collmus and Paulick Report publisher Ray Paulick join handicapper/host Michelle Yu to dissect Saturday’s sixth race at Del Mar, a one-mile allowance-optional claiming event that has attracted the razor-sharp 6-year-old Secret Touch and several promising 3-year-olds coming off maiden wins. (Note: Paulick’s selection, Divine Armor, has been scratched. His alternate pick is Secret Touch.)
Beat Ray Everyday is an online contest offered every racing day of the Del Mar meet. It’s free to play and you can sign up here. Bet a mythical $100 each day on the selected contest race in win, place or show bets on any horse or horses. At the end of the meet, the player with the highest bankroll from those wagers becomes the “Beach Boss” and wins two VIP tickets to the 2021 Breeders’ Cup at Del Mar. Other prizes are available to top finishers in the competition.
Watch below as Collmus, Yu and Paulick discuss today’s Beach Boss race.
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Published at Sat, 14 Nov 2020 18:54:29 +0000