Brisnet.com Handicapper's Hall of Fame
Doug "Hack" Hillstrom
|$48,475.60 Hollywood Pick6
||Restaurant Proprietor |
| Other Accomplishments:||1986 - Consolation Pick Six at Hollywood Park for $7,842.
8/91 - $2,823 trifecta on a $12 ticket.
10/92 - Hit the biggest exacta in Santa Anita history when a $2 wheel on 102-1 shot, "Avoid Penalty," keyed a payout of $4,478. Collected $9,100 on the $910 Daily Double in the same race.
4/93 - Hit the second biggest exacta payout in Santa Anita history during the simulcast of the infamous Arkansas Derby when Rockamundo took a slap on the belly and romped home at odds of over 200-1. A $6 backwheel on Kissin Kris (15-1) yielded a payout of $10,580.
5/93 - $3,474 exacta at Hollywood Park.
3/96 - $7,286 Pick 3 at Santa Anita on a $24 ticket.
5/01 - Keyed Monarchos and Congaree with ALL in a $2 Trifecta with a payout of $12,238 in the Kentucky Derby.
6/02 - Hit the highest exacta payout in Belmont Stakes history keying Sarava with Medaglia d'Oro on a $5 ticket that paid $6,135.
11/03 - Hit four Pick 4's during the month of November at four different tracks averaging $4,000 per.
4/22/05 - $11,042 Pick Four at Hollywod Park on a $24 ticket
4/23/05 - $21,430 Place Pick 9 at Hollywood Park on a $16 ticket
5/05 - $4900 exacta in the Kentucky Derby (largest in Derby History)
04/07 - $48,675.60 Pick6 at Hollywood Park |
| Started Playing:
||My first day at the races was the 1984 Santa Anita Handicap when Interco beat two time winner John Henry before a crowd of 86,000 people, and have been passionate about the sport ever since. |
| Handicapping Mentor(s):
||A gentleman named Richard Pratt taught me how to handicap, and I continue to learn from him everytime I see him. The author, Mark Cramer, gave me my direction. His wisdom and esoteric approach takes the game beyond hard number calculations and allows one to enjoy the potential of profitablility. |
| Handicapping Style:
||I deem myself a Kinkicapper. Pace is paramount, as is the trip, especially exiting a key race. Nothing hard, nothing fast, but value is always most important. |
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