Betting Strategy

I went to the Del Mar racetrack this weekend. My betting strategy, as always, was to bet on horses whose names appealed to me in some way. So I bet on 'Professor Higgins' because it sounded like a character out of a '60s sci-fi movie, and then on 'Tricks Her' because it sounded like Trickster, and thus had a connection with hoaxes. Both horses won. Unfortunately, every other horse I bet on lost, leaving me down $20 for the day.

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Posted on Tue Aug 13, 2002


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Hey just so u know Professor Higgins is a reference to My Fair Lady, or Pygmalion if u prefer. The man who teaches Eliza Doolittle how to speak properly. Thought u would pick up on that being a person with quite expansive general knowledge.
Posted by Merve  in  athens  on  Mon Oct 10, 2005  at  07:08 AM
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