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Congratulations to Cloud Computing!

Cloud Computing wins the 142nd Preakness Stakes for trainer Chad Brown and jockey Javier Castellano as another Kentucky Derby winner goes down!

In what everyone thought would be a battle to the wire between Always Dreaming and Classic Empire turned out to be a dual to the wire between Cloud Computing(12-1) and Classic Empire(5/2)!

Always Dreaming and Classic Empire broke well and raced together around the track all the while Cloud Computing tracking them in 3rd. Classic Empire put away the favorite, Always Dreaming, at the top of the stretch and had a 3 length lead in mid-stretch and looking like the winner but Cloud Computing and Javier Castellano said wait a minute,  here we come! They caught Classic Empire just before the wire to win by a head!

Senior Investment (32-1), racing 10th at the 3/4 pole was able to close in the lane to get up for 3rd ahead of Lookin At Lee (9-1).

This was trainer Chad Brown's first Triple Crown series win as the renowned Turf trainer showed that he knows dirt horses too!

NO Triple Crown winner this year as Always Dreaming faded to finish 8th as he disappoint his fans and all Triple Crown lovers.

The Belmont Stakes is up next and it looks like again we will have three different winners in each leg of the Triple Crown!


 Cloud Computing Wins Preakness
 
Post Horse Jockey Win Place Show
PP2
Cloud Computing J. Castellano $28.80 $8.60 $6.00
PP5
Classic Empire J. Leparoux
  $4.40 $4.00
PP8
Senior Investment C. Hill     $10.20
PP9
Lookin At Lee
C. Lanerie     -
      EXOTIC PAYOFFS:
  $2.00 Exacta (2-5) $98.40
  $1.00 Trifecta (2-5-8) $1,097.30

$1.00 Superfecta (2-5-8-9) $8,162.80


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Next up is the Belmont Stakes in 3 weeks and it looks like Lookin At Lee will be the only runner that will have raced in all 3 legs of the Triple Crown series. 


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Our Preakness & Full Card Picks Results:

Classic Empire was our TOP pick to upset the KY Derby winner Always Dreaming  and with 50 yards to go to the wire it looked like he would do it but Cloud Computing had other plans for the race outcome.

We felt the race would be a dual between Always Dreaming and Classic Empire and with the problems he experienced in the Derby, he would prevail in the Preakness! That is mostly what happened as the two battle all the way to the 3/4 pole where Always Dreaming gave way to Classic Empire as he began to pull away at the top of the stretch.

But Cloud Computing who was just behind the two front runners all the way  was able to close in on Classic Empire through the lane and just edged him out by a head at the wire!

In our selections we made Classic Empire our Top selection to win.

Our 2 B horses were Always Dreaming (B1) and Cloud Computing (B2) - our top contenders for being in-the-money behind our (A) selection and have the best chance of beating our top selection!

Our 3 C horses (those that should make it into the bottom of the Trifecta &  Superfecta were  Senior Investment (C1), Gunnevera (C2)  and Conquest Mo Money (C3).

As you can see we had Cloud Computing (13-1) as a major contender with the two favorites. We explained that he was the ONLY Presser in here would get first chance of catching the 2 front runners in the lane!

Our wagering strategy allowed us the cash in on the $98 Exacta and the $1,097 Trifecta ($1 wager). We did not hit the Superfecta because we did not use Lookin At Lee (we felt his race in the KY Derby was aided by a speed favoring inside track) as we felt he would regress a little from his KY Derby race and that there would not be fast enough fractions up front for him to  close into.

It appears that neither Cloud Computing or Always Dreaming will go on to New York for the Belmont Stakes!

Just like in the Kentucky Derby, the importance of the Raise A Native sire  pedigree line proved critical as Cloud Computing, Classic Empire and Lookin At Lee have this powerful pedigree!

Remember this pedigree line is also critical in winning the Belmont Stakes!


In our Full Card Selections:

We had a very good day with our Picks. The day started with the track rated Muddy in race 1 till the 7th race were it was upgraded to Good and then for the Preakness was upgraded again to Fast. The Turf course was rated Good all day.

Our Top selection won in (4) races along with the winner in (8) races being in our top 4 runners!

Had (7 of 14) Exacta winners. Race 3 ($26.60), R4 ($65.20), R6 ($64.00), R9 ($9.20), R10 ($47.60), R12 ($36.00) and R13 ($98.20).

Total - $346.80 for $2 wagers.

Cashed in on  (5) Trifectas - Race 3 ($28.80), Race 4 ($107.50), Race 6 ($499.10), Race 10 ($42.50), Race 12 (54.50)  and R13 ($1,097.30).

Total - $1,829.70 for $1 wagers.

Also had (2)  Superfecta in R4 ($334.00) and R12 ($236.70).

Total - $570.70 in $1 wagers.

Hit (7) Daily Doubles - Race 4 ($30.60), Race 5 ($38.40), Race 6 ($37.80), Race 8 ($34.00), Race 9 ($19.40), Race 10 ($31.80) and Race 13 ($88.00).

Total - $280.00 in $2 wagers.

Had (3) Pick 3s - Race 5 ($57.10), Race 7 ($63.90) and Race 10 ($60.10).

Total - $181.10 in $1 Wagers.

Cashed (1) Pick 4 - Race 6 (287.30).

Total - $287.30 in $1 Wagers.

Hit (1) High 5 - Race 4 ($633.8).

Total - $633.80 in $1 Wagers.

Grand Total Won - $4,129.40

The track was rated MUDDY - GOOD - FAST throughout the Day and the Turf rated Good for the day. There were (4) winning Favorites and (4) 2nd Favorites winning in the 14 races on the card. The average Win payoff in the (14) races was a decent $11.66 ....

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Always Dreaming
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Up next is the middle jewel of horse racing's Triple Crown which is held on the 3rd Saturday in May .....

Always Dreaming looked strong in winning the Kentucky Derby as he held off the fast closing Lookin At Lee to win by an easy 2 3/4 lengths to remain undefeated this year in 4 races!

Always Dreaming got a perfect trip in the sloppy/muddy Kentucky Derby. He was never running behind horses as the photo above shows. See how clean his face is compared to the others. He ran on what appeared to be a speed favoring rail and actually ran the shortest distance of any Derby runner!

It was his 4th race this year and has now won them all with the last 2 being Grade 1 Stakes.

So Always Dreaming looks to be a lock to win the Preakness Stakes .... right?

Not so fast there ....

His runner up, Lookin At Lee, is not backing away from him in the Preakness even though he has not beaten him in 4 tries (4-0-2-1). Why?

With the Preakness Stakes being 1/16th mile shorter than the Kentucky Derby, and Lookin At Lee's come from the back of the pack running style, you would think that Always Dreaming can not lose!

But his connections think differently. Could it be because they feel the NEW SHOOTERS in here will provide more up front early pace on Always Dreaming than he has seen previously and that pressure will make him vulnerable in the stretch?


Did you know that in the last 12 years ONLY 4 Kentucky Derby winners were able to win the Preakness Stakes?  .... They were  American Pharoah (2014), California Chrome (2014), I'll Have Another (2012) and  Big Brown (2008).

Last year Nyquist  won the Kentucky Derby and looked to be a lock in the Preakness as he was the Odds-on favorite (4/5) but could do no better than 3rd.

There are (4) other Derby runners taking on Always Dreaming again they are Lookin At Lee (2nd), Classic Empire (4th), Gunnevera (7th) and Hence (11th) .

You can be sure that Always Dreaming does have a target on his back as (5) "New Shooters" that are rested and ready, are lining up to take their best shot at Always Dreaming. They include Cloud Computing, Conquest Mo Money, Multiplier and Senior Investment.

In handicapping the Preakness Stakes you need to include the NEW shooters who almost always have a say in the Exotic wagers (Exacta, Trifecta and Superfecta) ...
 
Just like last year when Cherry Wine (17-1) ran 2nd and Stradivari (8-1) finished 4th with the two favorites running 1st and 4rd and the Exacta paid $88, Trifecta 146 and the Superfecta $317.

and in 2017 with a small field of 8 runners, 3 of them being new shooters, 2 of them came in 2nd (28-1) and 3rd (12-1) to American Pharoah (4/5) ... Exacta - $124 - Trifecta - $985 - Superfecta - $1,906!

Do you know which runners have the BEST chance of stopping Always Dreaming?
 
Will it be Lookin At Lee who closed from 17th to come within 2 3/4 lengths of Always Dreaming or one of the other Derby runner that ran behind them and will be more involved in the race this time around?
 
Always Dreaming will no doubt be the odds-on favorite at Post Time as he tries to win the Triple Crown.

Did you know that 4 of the last 6 Preakness Favorites all LOST?  ... they were Nyquist (2016), Orb (2013), Bodemeister (2012) and Animal Kingdom (2011)!

Did you know that the Derby 2nd place runner only won the Preakness twice in the last 23 years?  ... it was Exaggerator last year and Prairie Bayou in 1993.

The Preakness Stakes is limited to 14 runners and it looks like we will have 10 going to the starting gate. (5) horses from the Kentucky Derby and (5) new shooters.

 Do you know which of the new faces have the Pedigree for winning the Preakness Stakes?

If you are not aware of the importance of Pedigree for the Triple Crown races and it's importance for correctly picking the Exacta, Trifecta and Superfecta, then check out the "Box" below and review our recent years selections!
 
 

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Just like in the Kentucky Derby, there is a Winning Profile that has proven itself over the years at the Preakness and it is different from the Derby and Belmont Winning Profiles.
 
It is extremely difficult for 3-year old horses to meet the demands of 3 races at 3 different distances at 3 different tracks over a period of just 5 weeks!
 
Thus the difficulty of winning the Triple Crown  ...
 
Most people think that the Pimlico track is a early running pace speed track and that horses coming from off the pace can not win the Preakness Stakes.
 
That was true at one-time, however, the folks at Pimlico have done an excellent job in recent years to eliminate this track bias. They have also widened the turns so they are not so sharp, which had also helped the speed horses. The turns are now more like Churchill Downs!
 
Unfortunately, a lot of the jockeys still think they must be up front early in order to have a shot at winning the race. The big question is who will try to go fast early and try to steal the race in a wire-to-wire attempt like Gary Stevens did on Oxbow in 2013?

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Remember Magic Weisner in 2002?
 
He came from out of the clouds to just miss catching speedster War Emblem at odds of 45-1 and made for a very nice Exacta, Trifecta and Superfecta payouts  ...  Exacta $327, Trifecta $2,311 and the $1 Superfecta gave back $6,701  ...
 
Our Preakness Stakes Picks utilizes the Proven Winning Profile to identify those horses that have the CORRECT pedigree for winning the 2nd Leg of the Triple Crown series.
 
It has been successful in 13 of the last 19 years in picking the winner!
 
Not only has it picked the winner but also the Exacta in 13 of the last 19 years, the Trifecta in 10 of those 19 years and even hit the Superfecta in 7 of those!
 
Included with the Preakness Picks is our powerful wagering strategy for the Exacta, Trifecta and Superfecta bets.
 
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Congratulations to Team Pletcher - Dreams Do Come True!

Always Dreaming wins the 143rd Kentucky Derby for trainer Todd Pletcher and jockey John Velazquez on a muddy track as the post time favorite and becoming the 5th consecutive favorite to win the Kentucky Derby!

In what everyone thought was a wide-open field this year, the result was another favorite winning. At least is was not as chalky as last year when the top 4 favorites ran 1-2-3-4, longshots did show up in 2nd and 3rd with the third favorite, Classic Empire (7-1) getting up for 4th.

Always Dreaming broke well and raced in 2nd behind State of Honor (54-1), staying clear from the muddy kick-back, until the 3/4 pole where he took the lead and easily won by 2 3/4 lengths ahead of the fast closing Lookin At Lee (33-1) who was in 16th place at 3/4 pole.

Battle of Midway (40-1), racing 1/2 length behind Always Dreaming, ran a solid pressing race to the mile pole where the 1 1/4 mile distance of the race began to impact him was able to hold on for 3rd one length ahead of the ground gaining Classic Empire.

This was trainer Todd Pletcher's second Kentucky Derby  win with both of them over a sloppy track. Super Saver in 2010 was his first.


Always Dreaming Wins KY Derby
Post Horse Jockey Win Place Show
PP5
Always Dreaming J. Velazquez $11.40 $7.20 $5.80
PP1
Lookin At Lee C. Lamerie
  $26.60 $15.20
PP11
Battle of Midway F. Prat     $20.80
PP14
Classic Empire
J. Leparoux     -
      EXOTIC PAYOFFS:
  $2.00 Exacta (5-1) $336.20
  $1.00 Trifecta (5-1-11) $8,297.80

$1.00 Superfecta (13-11-5-14) $75,974.50

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Our Derby & Full Card Picks Results:

Hence was our highest ranked horse in our "Proven Winning Derby Profile" followed by Lookin At Lee, Practical Joke and Patch ranked within 4 points of each other.

Because Hence did not race in one of the Big 6 Prep races and that his last race was 41 days ago (which are both big negatives in the Winning Profile) we did not recommend using him on top of our selections but instead we made him our best Longshot to use and made him as our (A2) horse that could run in-the-money at big prices.

We felt that Lookin At Lee would fall victim to his draw of the No. 1 Post position and that he would be compromised as was his sire Lookin At Lucky in 2010. However for the first time in 20 years, a Post #1 runner was able to finish in the Trifecta! I think some of his success in the race was due to the No.2 horse Thunder Snow (Ire) not wanting to run as he came out of the gate bucking his rider and was pulled up after only 30-40 yards into the race. Thus Lookin At Lee was not compromised by the No. 2 horse coming over on him and pushing towards the rail!

In our selections we made Classic Empire (7-1) our Top selection to win.

Our B horses were Irap (B1), Always Dreaming (B2) and McCraken (B3) - our top contenders for being in-the-money behind our (A) selections!

Our C horses (those that should make it into the bottom of the Trifecta &  Superfecta were  State of Honor (C1), Irish War Cry (C2), Sonneteer (C3) and Untrapped (C4).

As you can see we had Always Dreaming as a major contender to be in-the-money. We just did not think he would win because he did not have the "X-Chromosome" of War Admiral or Mahmoud.

He became just the second KY Derby winner in the last 20 years, Giacomo (50-1), to win that did not have this pedigree trait!

Our Top selection Classic Empire (7-1) some how got up for 4th after having gotten slammed at the start of the race leaving the gate which took him way out of his usual pace-pressing running style. He may not have beaten Always Dreaming but he never had a chance to show his best.

It appears that he will go to Baltimore and take another shot at Always Dreaming!

Another favorite won, 5th in 5 years, but at least we got longshots in 2nd and 3rd that resulted in big Trifecta and Superfecta payouts. The $1 Superfecta paid $75,974 which was the largest since 2010 when Pletcher also won the KY Derby ($101,285). The $1 Trifecta paid $8,297 which was the largest since 2009 ($20,750).

Heads up for next year, the last and only time the Kentucky Derby has produced 6 consecutive winning favorites was way back in the 1890s.

Our "Proven Winning Derby Profile" again zeroed in on those runners that had the BEST chance of winning and being in-the-money!

For the 14th time in the last 23 years the winner had the Raise A Native sire  pedigree line. Not only did Always Dreaming have this powerful pedigree but so did the 2nd (Lookin At Lee), 3rd (Battle of Midway) and 4th (Classic Empire) place runners!!

There were just (7) of the (20) runners in the KY Derby that had the Raise A Native sire pedigree line and (4) of them finished 1st - 2nd - 3rd and 4th.

Remember this pedigree line is also critical in winning the Belmont Stakes!


In our Full Card Selections:

With the sloppy/muddy track all day we did not have a great day but were able to cash in on a few tickets.

Our Top selection won in (5) races. They were Race 4 ($8.20), 5 ($9.40), 6 ($7.60), 7 ($4.60) and 13 ($8.60).

Had (8 of 14) Exacta winners. Race 2 ($80.00), R4 ($28.20), R6 ($17.60), R7 ($20.80), R8 ($72.20), R9 ($159.20), R11 ($30.60) and R13 ($20.20).

Total - $428.80 for $2 wagers.

Cashed in on  (2) Trifectas - Race 4 ($128.00)  and R6 ($38.60).

Total - $166.60 for $2 wagers.

Also had (1)  Superfecta in R6 ($111.10).

Total - $111.10 in $1 wagers.

Hit (3) Daily Doubles - Race 5 ($16.80), Race 6 ($20.20) and Race 7 ($9.30).

Total - $46.30 in $1 wagers.

Had (2) Pick 3s - Race 6 ($90.60) and Race 7 ($60.00).

Total - $150.60 in $1 Wagers.

Grand Total Won - $903.40

The track was rated SLOPPY/MUDDY ALL Day and changed back and forth throughout the day. There were (3) winning Favorites and (4) Favorites running 2nd in the 14 races on the card. The average Win payoff in the (14) races was a good $13.41 ....

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This year's Kentucky Derby field looks to be one of the slowest in many, many years!

Case in point, only 3 runners have hit the 100 Beyer speed number with the highest being only 102. Most Derby winners had hit the 105 Beyer prior to the first Saturday in May!

Also, most Derby winners had hit the 100 Beyer speed number as a 2-year old. ONLY one in the field this year has been able to accomplish this feat!

Thus a very slow field ... but this also makes it one of the most closely matched fields that makes handicapping the race very difficult!

What is important is that you have a proven, thought-out method of separating the Main Contenders from the Pretenders so that you can wager on the biggest horse race in America with CONFIDENCE!

The "Proven Winning Derby Profile" consists of the most critical FACTORS that have been found in Kentucky Derby winners over the past 30 years. These FACTORS prove themselves year-in and year-out to be the BEST method for ranking the Derby runners!

You will become more informed and better equipped to confidently wager on the Greatest horse race in America.

Three of the four Future Wager Pools closed with the "Field" being favored!

This is further evidence that the betting public does not have any idea which horses have the best shot at winning the Kentucky Derby!

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Winning Derby Profile
The major Derby Prep races have created a lot of questions during the lead up to May 6 that has left us all confused with the inconsistency and lack of clarity!
 
One thing that does not change very much over the years is the Proven Winning Derby Profile.
 
Year-in and year-out, the Winning Derby Profile proves itself. The Winning Profile consists of the horse's 2-year old and 3-year old racing campaigns and their pedigree lines.
 
Yes, a horse can have raced too much or too little in their 2 and 3-year old campaigns.
 
If the horse does not have the proper amount of conditioning and experience, it becomes just too difficult for them to win the difficult 1 1/4 Mile distance of the Kentucky Derby! (however this is changing somewhat with the new Point system)

In 2010 the "Proven Winning Profile" ranked Ice Box as the top choice closely followed by Super Saver.

Because of the wet track Ice Box was not able to make up enough ground in the stretch run and finished 2nd to Super Saver! A $10 Exacta Box paid $380.
 
Pedigree is also critical to having a legitimate shot at winning the Kentucky Derby.
 
 Buckpasser, War Admiral, Mahmoud, Nassrullah, Raise A Native, Phalaris are ALL critical bloodlines to have, if you want to win the 1 1/4 Mile distance of the Kentucky Derby as a 3-year old!
 

Did you know that 38 of the last 58 1st or 2nd place finishers had the passing of the X-Chromosomes of War Admiral or Mahmoud in the correct position for inheritance?

It even gets better ... 19 of the last 20 Derby winners had this powerful pedigree!

In 13 of the past 14 Kentucky Derby(s) the Winner had the "Large-Heart" trait. That is correct, Nyquist (2016 - $6.60), American Pharoah (2015 - $7.80), California Chrome (2014 - $7.00), Orb (2013 - $12.80), Animal Kingdom (2011 - $43.80), Super Saver (2010 - $18.00), Big Brown (2008 - $6.80), Street Sense (2007 - $11.80), 2006 (Barbaro - $14.20), 2004 (Smarty Jones - $10.20), 2003 (Funny Cide - $27.60), 2002 (War Emblem - $43.00), 2001 (Monarchos - $23.00).

Only Giacomo (50-1) in 2005 did not carry this pedigree trail!

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Last year 3 of the top 4 finishers, Nyquist, Gun Runner and Mohaymen had the "Large-Heart" pedigree trait.

In 2015 American Pharoah, Firing Line and Dortmund ALL had the "Large-Heart" pedigree trait.

In 2013 the top (3) finishers ALL had the "Large-Heart" pedigree trait. The Exacta paid $981 and the $1 Trifecta paid $3,463!

In 2010 the 4 Top finishers ALL had the X-Chromosome of War Admiral or Mahmoud. The Trifecta paid $1,169 for a $1 wager and the $1 Superfecta paid a whopping $101,285! 

In 2008 the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place runners ALL had the X-Chromosome of War Admiral or Mahmoud. The Trifecta paid $3,445.60!

In 2002 ALL 4 of the top finishers had the "Large-Heart" trait in their pedigree. The Exacta paid $1,300, Trifecta was $18,373 and the Superfecta returned $91,764 ......... 

The X-Chromosome is known as the "Large-Heart" trait which allows for pumping more oxygen to the blood. Secretariat's 31 length romp in the Belmont Stakes is attributed to him having this pedigree trait! After his death an autopsy was done and it was determined that his heart weighed 22 lbs. The normal thoroughbred heart weighs 8 lbs.

Did  you know that 21 of the past 30 Derby(s) a horse with Buckpasser in the proper position of their bloodline Won or Came in 2nd? (13 of those won)?

Last year Nyquist had this CRITICAL pedigree!

In 2015 American Pharoah and the 4th place finisher Frosted had the Buckpasser pedigree.

In 2010 BOTH Super Saver and Ice Box carried this bloodline.

In 2002 BOTH the winner & 2nd Place horses, War Emblem and Proud Citizen had the Buckpasser bloodlines and the Exacta paid $1,300 and the Trifecta was $18,373. The Derby winner paid $43.00 and the Place payoff for Proud Citizen was $24.60!

In 2003 BOTH the Derby winner and 2nd Place horses, Funny Cide and Empire Maker traced back to Buckpasser and the Exacta paid $97.00 Just imagine if you had made a $20 Exacta bet ... you would have gotten back $970.00! The winner Funny Cide paid $27.60 for every $2 wager.

In 2005, the year of the biggest upset in over 100 years (Giacomo won at 50-1) the 2nd Place horse Closing Argument had the Buckpasser bloodline and he paid $70.00. The Giacomo / Closing Argument Exacta paid $9,814.80!

In 2006 when Barbaro won, the 2nd, 3rd and 4th place finishers traced back to Buckpasser. Bluegrass Cat paid $28.40 to Place. The Exacta paid $587.00, Trifecta was $11,418.40 and with a deadheat for 4th, the Superfecta(s) paid $42,430.20 and $29,919.50!

Did You know  21 of the past 34 winners (68%) trace their broodmare sire line back to Princequillo, Nassrullah, Northern Dancer or Turn To.

8 of the last 14 Derby winners had this pedigree. Nyquist (2016), American Pharoah (2015),  Super Saver (2010), Big Brown (2008), Street Sense (2007), Giacomo (2005), Funny Cide (2003) and Monarchos (2001).

That is correct the 50-1 winner Giacomo had the broodmare sire bloodline of Turn-To.

Last year the top 4 finishers had this pedigree bloodline factor. The Exacta paid $30.60, Trifecta was $173 and the Superfecta paid $1,084.

In 2003 ALL 4 of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th place finishers also had this pedigree bloodlines. The Exacta paid $97.00, Trifecta was $664.80 and the Superfecta paid $2,795.80.

Do you think it would be advantageous to your handicapping process to know which Kentucky Derby runners had these pedigree lines?

Of course you do!

Again pedigree is MOST important when selecting your Derby horses. It proves itself year after year after year. Yet Millions of dollars are wagered every year on horses that do NOT have the pedigree necessary to win the Kentucky Derby!

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If you do not know how to determine a horse's bloodlines that are necessary for winning the Kentucky Derby which requires a horse to have the stamina to last the 1 1/4 Mile distance, then you need to get the Proven Winning Derby Profile now!

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With the 20 horse field size of the Kentucky Derby, the chances of seeing a major upset with longshot runners finishing in the top 4 are very, very high!

Thus we ALL will have an opportunity to cash-in with a possible life changing Trifecta or Superfecta winning ticket.

2005 Kentucky Derby Winner GiacomoRemember 2005 when Giacomo won at odds of 50-1 and the $2 Exacta paid $9,814, the Trifecta gave back $133,134 and the $1 Superfecta paid a life changing $864,353?

The Proven Winning Derby Profile identified Giacomo as one of the MOST LIKELY horses to be in-the-money! He was not the top pick but was one of the main Contenders.

The 2005 payouts set all-time records with over $100 Million being wagered on the Derby race for the 1st time and the $864,253 payout for the $1 Superfecta set an all-time North American record.

The 10 year average for the Kentucky Derby payouts are :
  • the average $2 Win paid ........................  $25
  • the average $2 Exacta paid .................... $453
  • the average $1 Trifecta paid ............... $3,267
  • the average $1 Superfecta paid ....... $53,320
The large payouts are a result of the large 20 horse field and the large number of once a year uninformed players betting on horses that have NO chance of finishing in the top 4.

One of the MOST CRITICAL factors in the Proven Winning Derby Profile  has identified 13 of the last 17 Kentucky Derby winners!

Yes, Nyquist (2016), American Pharoah (2015), California Chrome (2014), Orb (2012), Animal Kingdom (2011), Super Saver (2010), Big Brown (2008), Street Sense (2007), Barbaro (2006), Giacomo (2005), Smarty Jones (2004), Funny Cide (2003), War Emblem (2002), Monarchos (2001) and Fusaichi Pegasus (200) ALL had this FACTOR in their favor ....

If you knew what this factor was, do you think you would have a MUCH BETTER chance in picking the Kentucky Derby Winner?

Of course you do!

We are the ONLY handicapping service that publishes the results of our Picks year after year after year online! You can see the results of our previous years Kentucky Derby Picks by clicking here


This time of year there are more uninformed, once a year players that bet on the names of horses, the number of the horse or the jockey that is wearing their favorite color of silks and sometimes the jockey or trainer that won last year's Kentucky Derby!

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Winning Derby Profile The secret to cracking the Kentucky Derby puzzle is arming yourself with better information so that you can separate the Derby Pretenders from the Derby Contenders serious and novice handicappers a much better opportunity to cash-in on those BIG payouts! . This provides both the

What is important is that you have a proven, thought out method of separating the Contenders from the Pretenders so that you can wager on the biggest horse race in America with CONFIDENCE!

The "Proven Winning Derby Profile" consists of the most critical FACTORS that have been found in Kentucky Derby winners over the past 27 years. These FACTORS prove themselves year-in and year-out to be the BEST method for ranking the Derby runners!


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Horse Players Association Do you feel that the horse racing industry takes WE the player for granted?

Then consider joining the Horse-players Association of North America (H.A.N.A.). Membership is FREE!

They are a grass roots Non Profit organization made up of horse-players just like you.

They are not happy with track management and horseman's groups. They are less than thrilled with what they are doing to the game that we love. Instead of promoting awareness of the sport and growing handle they have become bogged down with industry infighting and have completely forgotten something: The importance of the customer.

We are tired of the signal wars, exclusive ADW deals, excessive takeouts, breakage, trainers who are rewarded for cheating, an obsolete tote system, and an attitude that smacks of entitlement. We want open access to all track signals for all ADWs, takeouts that are competitive with other forms of gambling, the abolishment of breakage, severe penalties for trainers who cheat, and odds updates in real time.

But most of all we want those who run racing to recognize us. The player matters. The player is a stakeholder too. Without money bet by us players the game would cease to exist. We can effect change. We can bring racing back to the prominence it once held in people's hearts on a national level.

But it won't be easy and it won't come overnight. It's going to take vision, commitment, and effort. But change IS possible... IF we band together in numbers. We are an independent grass roots player's organization that desires change. Won't you join us?


 

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