Will Rogers Downs Horse Racing Odds & Picks for Wednesday, April 29

Will Rogers Downs Horse Racing Odds & Picks for Wednesday, April 29

Written by on April 28, 2020

A $26,400 allowance highlights this Wednesday’s race card at Will Rogers Downs. The allowance has attracted some decent horses. Check out top plays and Horse Racing Odds from Will Rogers Downs for Wednesday, April 29. You can also visit our Online Racebook to place your bets on active racetracks.

Will Rogers Downs Horse Racing Picks

  • When: Wednesday, April 29 at 2:15 pm ET
  • Where: Claremore, OK
  • Weather: Partly Sunny
  • Temperature: High 77 – Low 57

Will Rogers Downs Picks for Wednesday, April 29

Race 5 – 4:15 pm ET – 1 Mile Dirt – $15,00 Claiming

Jose Ibarra trained Mr. Misleading failed in its first against winners. Ibarra gelded Mr. Misleading after the loss. If it runs back to the maiden score, it should take these gate-to-wire. There’s no other speed in this and Misleading goes to a mile after racing in sprints.

Don’t Tell Noobody has a massive closing kick. But it’s difficult to put the Cyber sired gelding first. Unless an opponent goes after Mr. Misleading early, Noobody may not get the desired pace that makes its kick so effective.

Jory Ferrell trained Victory Stripe heads into this off a maiden score. Ferrell may have found the perfect spot to try winners first time. There are no world-beaters and Victory Stripe did show speed in the maiden win.

  • Win: Mr. Misleading
  • Place: Don’t Tell Noobody
  • Show: Victory Stripe

Race 7 – 5:15 pm ET – 1 Mile Dirt – $19,800 Maiden Special Weight

Trainer Chris Hartman wins 24% with horses going from maiden claiming to maiden special weight. Hartman runner Quiet Dawn should get the perfect spot behind dueling front runners Magically Honored and Sheza Rockstar. Dawn also cuts back in distance from 1 1/16 miles to this mile race. That should help the cause.

Sheza Rockstar breaks outside of Magically Honored. The 2/1 morning line Horse Racing Odds chalk finished second by 2 lengths in its last. Trainer Scott Young figures to have the favorite ready to fire a big shot on Wednesday.

Jockey Ty Kennedy improved Magically Honored in its last. Riding for the first time, Kennedy got Honored to finish third. That was a huge improvement off the seventh and sixth place finishes in the two prior races. If Rockstar doesn’t go after Magically Honored, Ty could steal the win.

  • Win: Quiet Dawn
  • Place: Sheza Rockstar
  • Show: Magically Honored

Race 9 – 6:15 pm ET – 1 Mile Dirt – $26,400 Allowance

Inclusively can win the ninth. The Include sired 4-year-old stretches out from 6 furlongs to a mile. Inclusively’s best race was going a mile at Remington Park. If the gelding repeats that effort, it should get its picture taken.

In its first race at a route of ground, 3-year-old gelding Valentine Guy finished third by 2 lengths. The Latent Heat sired runner goes back to Francisco Bravo after running its last couple for Scott Garrison. Scott didn’t move this one up in the sprint. He did in the route.

Kari Craddock trains and Leandro Goncalves rides the 8/5 morning line chalk Dak Da Man. But the gelding is a straight closer in a race that doesn’t have a ton of speed. It might be tough for Da Man to get there in time for the win.

  • Win: Inclusively
  • Place: Valentine Guy
  • Show: Dak Da Man