Beat Ray At Del Mar: Bo Derek’s Latest Role May Be Her Easiest Ever

Bo Derek’s autobiography is entitled “Riding Lessons: Everything That Matters in Life I Learned From Horses.” Today at Del Mar, we’ll find out whether those lessons included handicapping.

The former commissioner with the California Horse Racing Board and current Del Mar Thoroughbred Club board member is the latest celebrity handicapper getting a chance to take on Paulick Report publisher Ray Paulick in the seaside track’s Beat Ray Everyday Beach Boss competition. (To be honest, it hasn’t been that tough to Beat Ray — he’s hit the skids with his selections against track announcer Larry Collmus last week and Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens in the previous installment.)

Derek, the well-known actress, animal advocate and tireless volunteer for U.S. veterans affairs, joined host/handicapper Michelle Yu and Paulick from her Santa Ynez Valley ranch, where she explained how she plans to wager her mythical $100 in Saturday’s final race at Del Mar.

Beat Ray Everyday is an online contest offered every racing day of the Del Mar meet. It’s free to play and you can sign up here. Bet a mythical $100 each day on the selected contest race in win, place or show bets on any horse or horses.  At the end of the meet, the player with the highest bankroll from those wagers becomes the “Beach Boss” and wins two VIP tickets to the 2021 Breeders’ Cup at Del Mar. Other prizes are available to top finishers in the competition.

Watch this week’s episode of Beach Boss with Bo Derek, Michelle Yu and Ray Paulick below.

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