Beat Ray At Del Mar: Can BCBC Champ Become The New Beach Boss?

Marshall Gramm, fresh off his lucrative victory in the Breeders’ Cup Betting Challenge, said he has been to more than 70 racetracks but has yet to visit Del Mar in Southern California. Gramm is an economics professor at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., teaching a course, among others, called the Economics of Racetrack Wagering Markets. He’s a managing partner of the successful Ten Strike racing stable and a regular on the leaderboard of handicapping tournaments around the country.

But Gramm has an admitted East Coast bias who thinks his home track, Oaklawn Park in Arkansas, has the perfect blend of dirt and turf races (100% dirt).

He had to work around those biases as the special guest in this week’s final installment of the Beat Ray Beach Boss competition during the Bing Crosby season at Del Mar, where Gramm, host/handicapper Michelle Yu and Paulick Report publisher Ray Paulick handicap two turf races on Saturday’s blockbuster card: the Grade 2 Seabiscuit Handicap and Grade 1 Hollywood Derby. (Believe it or not, Gramm and Paulick land on the same longshot pick in the Seabiscuit. which is probably not a good omen for Gramm, considering Paulick’s recent picks!)

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 Beach Boss below.

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