Horse Betting Online: Cigar Mile Handicap has To Honor and Serve Looking to Stay Perfect

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Ean Lamb
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Betting on Horses Online

BetOnline.com had your horse betting online for Saturday’s Cigar Mile Handicap, taking place at Aqueduct.  (get track rebates of 7 percent online here)

To Honor and Serve was looking to stay perfect in this race. 

BetOnline.com Horse Betting Analyst Pete Mitchell: 

“His task won’t be an easy one if the high-class Haynesfield brings his ‘A’ game to the fray. In the race after that, 2010 2YO Filly Champ Awesome Feather will be putting her unbeaten record (7-for-7) on the line in the 116th Running of the Grade 1 Gazelle. Can she stave off the inevitable challenges from trainer Todd Pletcher’s talented trio of R Gypsy Gold, Savvy Supreme and Love and Pride? Let’s take a brief look at each race.

“If Haynesfield is able to recapture his best 2010 form, which carried him to victories in the Grade 2 Suburban and Grade 1 Jockey Club Gold Cup, as well as a bang-up second to Jersey Town in last year’s edition of this race, he’l l give To Honor and Serve a run for his money.”

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- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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