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Presque Isle Downs 🏇🏾 // Tues., Oct. 24th, 2023



Happy Tuesday & National Bologna Day!


Today, our world-renowned LundinLIne heads to Presque Isle Downs in Erie, Pennsylvania. Here are some fun facts about the Keystone State:

  • The first baseball stadium was built in Pittsburgh in 1909.

  • The first computer existed in Philadelphia in 1946.

  • The Philadelphia Zoo was the first public zoo in the United States.

  • For one season in 1943, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers merged to form the "Steagles" due to the loss of many players during WWII.

And two more concerning today's destination:

  • Erie is the third snowiest city in the Nation

  • Pennslyvania has 124 State Parks (none of which charge an entrance fee), and the most visited is - yep, you guessed it - Presque Isle.

While we're sure the park is very beautiful, today, our interest is in the beauty of cashing some tickets 💵. The folks at Presque Isle Downs have put together a very nice 8-races card for your Tuesday wagering. Weather will be fantastic with a temp around 70 & no rain in the forecast.


Need help pickin' winners? We've got you covered! Our #LundinLine - (Always Free) top pick and best bets are below in this post. We use them to help narrow the field while putting our tickets together. The first post will be here soon, so don't be late - It's time to get #InTheMoney! 💰🏇🏻💰🏇🏻💰🤑


Oh, and don't forget to follow us @_TurtleSports and subscribe to our site so you don't miss any of the action. You'll be glad you did! Let's Ride!


🏇🏻 Presque Isle Downs // Oct. 24th, 2023 🏇🏾

1st Post @ 2:00 ET


R1: 1-2-6-5

R2: 3-6-4-2

R3: 1-4-6-5

R4: 8⭑-3-7-2

R5: 1⭑-2-3-10

R6: 2-1-6-3

R7: 7-6-3-10

R8: 14-6-1-3


⭑Best Bets

R4: Tiz Tact Toe (#8)

R5: Disaster Recovery (#1)


From our friends over at nationaldaycalendar.com

"Sometimes this specialty meat is spelled baloney since that's how many people pronounce it. However, the more common spelling is Bologna. That's because it originated in the city of Bologna, Italy. This type of sausage is similar to the Italian mortadella. The finely ground pork or beef sausage or a combination is smoked and cured. In Italy, bologna includes a variety of spices not found in American bologna. In fact, in the United States,regulations require American bologna to be finely ground and without visible lard pieces. It hardly resembles anything found in Italy. It can also be made from chicken, turkey, venison, or soy protein."


Hit us up @_TurtleSports, and let us know what you think!


-TSL

/ As always, please forgive any typos and grammatical errors

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