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Thanks for the update, wanted to keep an eye on his campaign. Figured he was heading for stakes, he slipped by me in the ALW.
You guys are the best.
Whether they work out or not, you can't tell me you don't wish for this type of claim 100% of the time. You dream about claims like this...and hanging out with Aaron Hesz more.
And no props for LRF's Egg Drop today in the 5th at Santa Anita. Only negatives from this crowd. Yearling purchase for $6k, purchased privately as a two year old, syndicated for $70k, now 2-1-2 in six starts. And she beat Contested.
West Point buys a $320k 2yo at OBS two weeks ago and is syndicating it for $690k and you pick on little 'ol LRF's $40k mark up per partnership because in your eyes sometimes its a 1,000% mark.
I think you guys need a math lesson. $40k is less than $370k.
Joey/Billy, comparing yourselves to West Point and rationalizing marking horses up 100 - 800% shows how tainted the game and your perception of it really is.... Egg Drop won well, but do you think her victory makes up for the bevy of other bad buys your partnership has made over the past few years?
Honestly, Aaron. You take money from gamblers regardless of whether your tips are correct....and yet you refuse to post any data on your rate of return or win percentage.
When you start giving back money for your losing tips, then you can ask the partnership groups to start giving back money for their "bad horses".
What a hypocrite.
Joey/Billy, you keep trying to take the onus off yourself, LRF, your lack of success and your egregious business tactics. I charge a flat fee for my opinion. If I don't like the days races, I advise against playing. If I like the card, I provide my opinion. On the Thorougbred L.A. Radio Show from 2009-2011, I hit at nearly 50% with a $9.40 average payoff. But I am not on here to talk about myself. People in the business are aware of my opinions in the business. They are also well aware of the LRF business model. Buy a cheap horse, mark it way up and syndicate it for 100-800%, get in and get out, and get the fish involved in a new horse to make more money. All in the name of "entertaining" them and having fun. It is one if many reasons Horse Racing has been in a downward trend. So once again stop trying to divert attention off your tactics by using my name. They are two totally different things and most people with any intelligence see through your bullshit tactics.
Joey, why are we "the best" for posting an update on a horse that you said was "claim of the year"? I didn't knock the horse (i could have brought up that he ran last) just stated a fact that some members would like to follow.
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