Day At The Track

Ray's Robot takes top handicapping honors

05:00 PM 19 Aug 2012 NZST
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Horseplayers Association of North America

Ray's Robot took top honors in leg 30 of HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs by having a Win ROI of 1.603 ($48.10) on the fifteen race card at Red Shores Charlottetown Saturday night.

Finishing second on the Gold Cup and Saucer card was Trackmaster’s Chatsworth Consortium (1.173, $35.20) with Bobby Z finishing third (1.143, $34.30). With regards to the side contest of Exacta keys, Scott Alberg was the only handicapper to come out on the plus side of the ledger with an Exacta ROI of 1.272 ($73.80). Ray’s Robot and Pandy finished were runner-ups for this particular leg with respect to the Exactas.

Red Shore Charlottetown has announced that Sadie’s Place in Brookfield, PEI will be the recipient of their sponsorship fee in honor of Ray being the top handicapper on the Gold Cup and Saucer card.

With thirty legs completed, Mark McKelvie remains the leader with a ROI of 1.022 ($848.10) overall in the contest, with the Chatsworth Consortium closing the gap slightly, now behind by 0.116 points. Pandy remains in third place. The complete standings with thirty of sixty-one legs completed are as follows:

Position Name $ Won ROI
1st Mark McKelvie (P) $848.10 1.022
2nd Chatsworth Consortium (C) $751.60 0.906
3rd Pandy (C) $734.00 0.884
4th Mr. Trifecta (P) $698.30 0.841
5th Scott Alberg (P) $673.90 0.812
6th Bobby Z (P) $671.10 0.809
7th Rays Robot (C) $647.40 0.78
8th Earl the Pearl (C) $605.20 0.729

he Pen vs. Chip Handicapping Challenge reaches the mid-way point today with the Super Sunday card at Harrah’s Philadelphia. For handicapping selections, statistics, and additional information regarding The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge, you may visit

by Allan SCHOTT

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