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Performance Update

At Slash Sports, we always evaluate the effectiveness of our operations and processes. As such, we’re proud to say that we’re extremely satisfied with the results of our services in the first half of 2017.

January – June 2017

From January 1 to June 30, we provided 390 horse selections and astoundingly, 270 of them were winners. Out of those winners, the average pari-mutuel payout was $7.40.

As happy as we were to correctly select the winners to all the three Triple Crown races, our true satisfaction comes from having produced multiple winning selections at racetracks such as, but not limited to:

  • Finger Lakes
  • Indiana Grand Racing & Casino
  • Penn National

  • Thistledown
  • Charles Town Races

  • Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack, and Resort
  • Parx Racing

For our clients who have been with us since day one, your $100 wager per selection has netted you a $60,900 profit. We look forward to the next six months with continued success.

July 2017

This month saw 22 playable racing days. We provided 66 selections and we had one scratch. There were 43 winning selections and the average pari-mutuel payout was $9.37. This number was affected by a $96.20 winner we had at Gulfstream with Son of Greatness. Contact us if you have questions about races on Monday and Tuesday at Saratoga and Del Mar.

August 2017

We had 20 playable racing days this month. We provided 60 selections without any scratches. There were 41 winning selections with an average pari-mutuel payout of $7.46. Our star play was Voodoo Song at Saratoga who won three times as one of our selections.

September 2017

We had 22 playable racing days for the month. We provided 68 selections, which included two scratches. Out of those 66 plays, there were incredibly 48 winners, making it our best month this year and one of our best months ever. In addition to that 73% winning rate, the average pari-mutuel was $8.12. The Breeder’s Cup is a little more than a month away. These are the best of times.

October 2017

We had 21 playable racing days this month and a theme: BUILDING YOUR BREEDER’S CUP BANK-ROLL! As great as September was, we were able to follow that up with an equally great October. There were 63 selections with 2 scratches. With those 61 selections, our clients cashed in on 43 winners. Over 70% winning selections with an average pari-mutuel payout of $6.86. The Breeder’s Cup will kick off our November to remember.

November 2017

We had 22 playable racing days this month with two scratches. Our theme going into the month was “A NOVEMBER TO REMEMBER!” The results spoke for themselves.

From the Breeder’s Cup weekend right to the end of the month, our clients were not disappointed. There were 64 actual selections that went to post, and incredibly 53 of them were winning selections—an unbelievable 83%. Our network shined and the result was our best month in the history of our company. As we finish 2017, we will strive to make December memorable and profitable.

December 2017

Even with the threat of terrible weather this month, we still had 23 playable racing days providing 69 selections. We ended the year in spectacular fashion as those selections resulted in 58 winners. That created an 84% winning ratio with a $7.24 pari-mutuel average.

2017 Results

As we look back on 2017, there were many winning highlights: The Pegasus, the Triple Crown, the Travers, and the outstanding Breeders Cup weekend. For our clients though, the true success came from unheralded horses winning at tracks across the country.

For the year, we provided 775 selections resulting in 556 winners (72%). The average parimutuel payout was $7.66. Our recommendation to clients is that they wager $100 per selection. This would have resulted in the following: A net profit of $ 135, 448.00.

From our entire organization, we wish to thank our staff, our nationwide horseman, and most importantly you, our clients. From the SLASH SPORTS team, we look forward to making 2018 legendary.

- Michael, Everett, Clayton, and Brady