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Claiming Races have notoriously been one of the toughest racist to handicap in the past. Especially the Cheap Claiming Races. We are happy to say after a 6 year long study of thousands of claiming races WE HAVE FINALLY CRACKED THE CODE!

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Here is a picture of my Dad and I when I was much younger. At an early age I just always loved the excitement of the track and trying to figure things out. I love statistics and the only way to get ANY predictability is to continue to run strategies looking for similar results. I have studied some of THE BEST HANDICAPPERS in the world and continue to do so every day. I am on my 13th Year of Profitability. Today You are getting access to projects that have come out of my handicapping labratory! Don’t take my word for it though check out the testimonials below:

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  • How to Nail a Good Longshot
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  • 11 Dynamite Tips for Betting Maidens at the Track
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Top 10 Free Horse Racing Tips

With horse racing tips there is a library of information out there. You will find some great tips on this website that have derived from several years of experience that these handicappers put into words. Here are some Free horse racing tips that are the top 10 that most would agree upon. Read more »

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Top 8 Horse Racing Bets

We all know that horse racing is one of the most popular sports around the world especially in the UK and Japan. With horse racing being centuries years old the betting and handicapping of the sport has increased its popularity to what it is today. One of the most awaited moment at the horse track is when there is money being wagered and down the stretch they come! With the technology today you don’t even have to physically be at the track to place a bet. This can be done online and the race can be watched via simulcast as many betting parlors have various races going on at the same time. Read more »

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How to Nail a Good Longshot

How to Nail a Good Longshot

Truth be told when it comes to horse racing betting and handicapping everyone would love to cash more long-shot tickets.  This is because the long shots are the ones that have the most payouts but on the flip side it’s reward vs investment.  The reason that they are long-shots is through a good study of the horses in the race this horse was originally deemed less likely to win.  For example if you a horse that is 3 to 1 this means out of 3 races this horse should win at least one of these races. If you have a horse that is 18 to 1 out of 18 races this  horse should win one race.


This article will give you some qualities to look for that might make a horse more likely to win the race than the odds play out. Read more »

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How to Bet on Winning Horses Consistently

Hello Horse Racing Fans! I have some good information that hit home to me and wanted to share with my fellow horse racing handicappers on how to bet on horses. These are what to do and not to do in horse racing that will save you some heartache in the future.

How to bet on horses~ Do Bet on Horses to Win

These are good bets if you have a horse that looks good in the paddock and the past performance looks well. Bet the horse to win even if it is a small wager. You can do the exotics all day long but not cashing a ticket in can weigh on your mind so don’t stay away for a small wager on a great horse to win regardless of the odds. A simple even if it is 5 dollars to win you can still get your money back with a little bit and say cash this in.

Horse Racing Tips

Horse Racing Tips

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TVG Horse Racing

In United States, there is one channel which is really dedicated to horse racing and a lot of horse racing fans is viewing this channel. It is the Television Games Network or TVG Network that began to broadcast in 1999. Since then, TVG became the largest horse racing TV network that covers 30 million homes nationwide (United States) and on May 2006 they started to air new shows like Morning Line, Fandicapping, 58 Flat, Lady Luck and Drive Time. Read more »

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11 Step Simple Horse Racing System

Here are very powerful horse racing betting concepts that can keep your winnings consistent and your handicapping sharp.

These are some old basic rules but still finds relevance today. IF you are going to the track on a moments notice, pop into an OTB with not a lot of time, or a beginner to horse racing this is a perfect start for giving you some quality choices without spending a ton of time handicapping a race. Read more »

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What is the Triple Crown in Horse Racing

Triple Crown Horse Racing

The only way to get the Triple Crown title is to get 3 consecutive win. In United States there are 3 Different Types of Races and these types of races are originally called Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. Winning 3 consecutive times must be achieved to be a title holder of Triple Crown. First among the three is “The Kentucky Derby” (Run for the Roses) – 2.01 km, dirt track. Kentucky Derby was tracked at Churchill Downs in Louisville Kentucky on May 17, 1875. Read more »

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Top 11 tips for betting Maidens

When you are handicapping maidens there are certain things to look for if you are looking to win. There is limited information with maiden horse races and even though they are passed by many handicappers this could be the gold flow for you. Here we break down exactly what to look for: Read more »

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10 Commandments to Horse Racing

Rule # 1.) – Bet Horses with in your comfort level

One question you should ask yourself is how much you could bet on a Horse race without getting nervous? So if you bet and lost a race you could easily go to the next one with a clear conscience. Read more »

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8 step Horse Betting System

In scouring the loads of information out there in horse racing betting I have developed a simple little horse betting system. Basically when you are looking at a horse racing form you come across various information about the horse, its past races, and current form.  All of the factors play a huge role on who will actually win the race and if you can make notes of these various things you will gravitate the winning horse most of the time. Here is what I do from the time I get the racing form until my bet is made. Read more »

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5 Step Horse Racing Betting Strategy

When examining a Daily Racing Form it can be overwhelming with all the different information that the form provides you with. Here is 5 things to look for win handicapping  your horse racing form. This is quick and easy to use with amazing results Read more »

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Bf Bot Manager ~ Official Betfair API Solution

Bf Bot Manager and BQ Bot Manager are automated betting bots published by Sodens Limited, it is software used for automated betting and trading at Betfair and Betdaq betting exchanges.
Software was reviewed and approved by Betfair and Betdaq security teams. It is designed to save you time and maximize your potential when betting and trading at Betfair and Betdaq betting exchange. Read more »

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8 Myths in Horse Racing Betting

A myth is something that many people believe but it is not necessarily true. Here are 8 horse racing myths that have been around for some time now. We are here to disperse a few of these and tell you the real truth.  Read more »

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UK Horse Racing: Top Races

The UK horse racing is some of the best in the country and dates back to the 1800′s. If you love horse racing you should visit some of the horse tracks in the UK and you will love the tradition and history behind them. Throughout the years there have been some great horse races that take place in the UK. Here are the top ten UK horse races make sure you don’t miss them!

Get the best horse racing odds at William Hill and be updated of the latest news, expert tips and their latest offers. Visit the site now. Read more »

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Is Prat’s Decision To Ride Hot Rod Charlie Disadvantageous for Rombauer?

Is Prat’s Decision To Ride Hot Rod Charlie Disadvantageous for Rombauer?

There are only a few days left to the Belmont Stakes, and fans are eager to witness this historic day. As we all know about the unpredictable nature of the Belmont fields, there is confusion among people to predict the winner. According to experts and the odds, the three new champions are Essential Quality, Hot Rod Charlie, and the Preakness winner Rombauer. But, there is a change between two potential winners. Rombauer and Hot Rod Charlie will not be having their usual riders.




Soon after the victory at Preakness, Flacien Prat announced that he would no longer ride Rombauer. As this news created disappointment among the steeple race fans, Rombauer’s trainer Michael McCarthy also expressed his feeling about this change. In an interview, when asked about the change, McCarthy said that he isn’t sure if he would consider it a disappointment. He also said that he would appreciate it if Rombauer would be running with Prat as the jockey because of the chemistry. However, he also said that his satisfaction with the new jockey, John Velazquez is incredible.

Velazquez is a 49 years old well-known jockey who recently won at Derby riding Medina Spirit. His first victory was historical at the Kentucky Oaks with Malathaat. In 2007 at the Belmont, his victory with Rags to Riches made her the first filly to win after Tanya in 1905. It would be exciting to watch an experienced jockey ride the recently popular horse, Rombauer, at the Belmont. Here are 10 horse racing tips you should know before betting at the Belmont.

The best part about this change is that Prat would be riding the other top contender, Hot Rod Charlie, from Saturday at Belmont. No matter what the result would be, this remarkable modification will be fantastic to witness. Dough O Neill, as the trainer of Hot Rod Charlie, considers the replacement as a huge bonus. By having Prat on his side, he is eager to win at the Belmont.



Hot Rod Charlie is the second experts’ favorite. Even at Derby, he showed his ability by leaving Essential Quality behind. Even though he came third behind Medina Spirit and Mandaloun, he succeeds in grabbing the attention of the audience. Prat creates an amazing bond and chemistry with his horse, and we expect to see the same connection this Saturday. With the capability of Prat and the unpredictability of Hot Rod Charlie, they both can turn the table at Bermont.

With so many exciting changes, predicting the winner at the Bermont can be challenging. Yet, people are enthusiastic about the race. Bermont is famous for its unpredictability; no one has any idea what is going to happen at the “Test of the Champion.” No matter what the changes are, you need to understand the odds and how the betting works before placing your bets. To increase your chance to win the bet, read Hayley turner’s horse racing tips and previews.

Belmont isn’t the only exciting event this month. Steeple race fans are also ready to have fun at the Royal Ascot. If you want some punters tips for the Ascot, you can visit this blog. Furthermore, this article will help you with the top favorites for the event.

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Punters Tip For 2021 Royal Ascot—Top Favourites



The Royal Ascot begins on Tuesday, in the third week of June, and it’s set to feature the thrills and spills that are synonymous with major sporting events. We take a quick glance at the 2021 Royal Ascot favourites that are currently catching the attention of punters in the ante-post betting markets.

Punters will have the opportunity to predict a winner in hopes that they’ll predict right and smile to the bank. However, with every potential to win comes the potential for a loss. As such, punters require some tips to select a likely winner for the 2021 Royal Ascot.

Below are some horses that are already standing out as a noteworthy challenger for the Royal Ascot:


The 7-year-old horse is dubbed the million-pound horse since he won the €1million prize after becoming victorious in the Ascot Gold Cup, Yorkshire Cup, Lonsdale Cup and Goodwood Cup in 2018.

He had an impressive display in 2018, 2019, and 2020 Royal Ascot as he won the Ascot Gold Cup royal in those three years, and age bettors see him as a noteworthy title defender for this years’ event.

His regular jockey is Frankie Dettori, and since he’s still agile on the horse, nothing seems to prevent him from giving the same dazzling performance he gave in the previous Ascot events. He’s injury-free and seems agile enough for the race—he’s definitely a hot jockey for this years’ Royal Ascot, and it’s sure going to be in years to come.

If Stradivarius and his horse grace this years’ Royal Ascot, punters and bookmakers believe that he’s definitely going to follow the prints of the legendary Yeats, who graced the winners’ enclave four times consecutively from 2006 to 2009.



Battash undoubtedly ranks among the fastest flat racing horses that’ll be gracing the competition, and he showed his superiority in a stylish way when he won the event last year. Punters and bookmakers believe that he’ll be a top-favourite if he lines up for the King’s Stand Stakes. He’ll be expected to defend his title over the 5 furlongs on the first day of the 2021 Royal Ascot event.

He came close to winning the 2018 and 2019 event of the King’s Stand, and finally achieved his dream of being crowned winner at the 2020 renewal. Every odds looks in his favour and bookmakers believe that he currently stands the best chance for punters. The Charles Hills trained 7-year old horse has a good chance to claim a back-to-back victory.



The John Gosden trained horse won the St Jame’s Palace Stakes in 2020 and it was saddled by the hot jockey Frankie Dettori. It was a highly titillating event that got the spectators on their feet, and this year is expected to see a repetition of the excitement.

In that event, Detorri began slowly then gained momentum with less than a furlong left in the race. It overtook punters favourite Pinatubo to win the event by less than a length.

Palace Pier was able to further engrain his supremacy with a victory in the Jacques Le Marois race that stunned spectators. Bookmakers believe that the long break will make him well-tuned enough to recover from the unfortunate event that befell him in last year’s Royal Ascot after his horseshoe was lost; he finished third in that event.



The American-Trained horse is expected to race at the Commonwealth Cup in this Years’ Royal Ascot event. The Wesley Ward trained horse won the Queen Mary Stakes in 2020, and it’s expected to give an impressive performance this year. The 3-year old horse stylishly won a reputable race in France last year before going back to his home country.

Punters should exercise caution stacking on this horse as the Commonwealth Cup is very unpredictable and there are expected to be a lot of horses vying for the crown in this years’ competition.






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Free Horse Picks Pick 6 Gulfstream Park 12/12/2020

Happy Saturday  my fellow handicappers today are going to take a crack at the Pick Carryover at Gulfstream Park. Hopefully

we can knock it out of the park and end the year on a high note. See the horse picks below:

We are going to kick this off in the 6th race and it should be a very hot paced race as the horses battle to take the lead. We have

some very solid races in this pick 6 and a few of them are very tricky to predict the winner. The 11th race seems pretty wide open

out of all of them.

Race 6:  2 -Lady’s Island and 3-Golden Ami

Race 7:  8- Sigrun Fast Boy, 7-Toscanito & 5-Donegal Bay

Race 8:  we are going to go all in on 2-Art of Almost

Race 9: 7-Tatweej, 2-Phat Man and 1 Tax

Race 10: Factor This, Halladay and Somelikeithotbrown

Race 11: Demon, Daisey’s Doc and Lease

Happy Handicapping Everyone and Good Luck!

Horse Racing Picks

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Free Handicapping Picks for 2020 Preakness 10/3/2020

Free Handicapping Picks for 2020 Preakness 10/3/2020

Good Afternoon everyone and Happy Preakness Day! This has been a crazy year for sure but even though it was done in a very

weird style we are getting all 3 legs of the Triple Crown in.  Here is a video below of my look at the Preakness and who I feel will

be some good  contenders in the Top 3. There is going to be a very fast pace with the number of Front Runners so that sets up

for a good closer to have a big day. Chances are if the odds line up we might see a very good payout today so hope that stands to

be true. Here are the horses below and their post positions along with the current odds:

1.)  Excession 30-1

2.) Mr. Big News 12-1

3.) Art Collector 5/2

4.) Swiss Skydiver 6-1

5.) Thousand Words 6-1

6.) Jesus Team 30-1

7.) NY Traffic 15-1

8.) Max Player 15-1

9.) Authentic 9/5

10.) Pneumatic 20-1

11.) Liveyourbeastlife 30-1

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Can Ms Parfois Cause A Grand National 2019 Upset

Can Ms Parfois Cause A Grand National 2019 Upset  

By now most horse racing fans know that the next big race on the calendar is the 2019 Grand National. Scheduled for Saturday April 6th at 5.15pm, it is the biggest race in Europe with a million pounds up for grabs.

Tiger Roll, last year’s winner, is still on excellent form. A win in the Glenfarclas Chase at the Cheltenham Festival last week propelled him to the top of the odds market where he is now as short as 5/1 to win the Aintree spectacular – again.

But, as in every race, nothing is a sure thing. This year Tiger Roll will have just as much competition and from some unlikely sources. Vintage Clouds and Lake View Lad, both owned by Trevor Hemmings, did very well to finish second and third in the Ultima Chase and Anibale Fly ran the race of his life to finish runner-up in the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

But it’s the Grand National runner Ms Parfois, who looks like she could give Tiger Roll a run for his money. The eight-year-old mare may not look like the whole package but scratch beneath the surface and her credentials start to speak for themselves.

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Betting on Lucky 15 Tips

The Lucky 15 bet explained

As we’re always approaching another major event on the horse racing calendar, placing a bet on the action is likely to be something that you’ll consider doing. Betting on horses to win or place is relatively straightforward, but there’s often a lot of misconceptions surrounding the Lucky 15 bet. You’ll find this type of market being used to utilise four horse racing tips that are likely to appear over a day’s racing action. After becoming accustomed to how the market works, it will be easier to understand why they’re so popular during key race meetings.

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Who are the Kentucky Derby’s favorites?

Who are the Kentucky Derby’s favorites?

The Kentucky Derby is still months away and won’t be run until the first weekend of May. Yet, the anticipation for the United States’ biggest horse race is growing. The Run for the Roses is the first jewel in the Triple Crown and a favorite race for bettors and race fans. Last year’s winner, Justify, who become the 13th horse in history to win the Triple Crown, was retired due to injury after last year’s successes. The colt won’t be back for another attempt, leaving the field open at Churchill Downs. The Kentucky Derby 2018 saw $200 million from betting on horse racing at the track or sports bookies. As the U.S.’s biggest horse race, the turn of the year means top-level horses are preparing for the most exciting two minutes in sports. With a few months to go, which horses are the favorites in the Run for the Roses?

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Heading of the article – Vosburgh Stakes: An Automatic berth in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint

The Vosburgh Stakes is one of the final major horse races of the United States racing calendar. The event takes place in September at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. The race features three-year-old horses or older. Vosburgh Stakes is just one of the big race events in the U.S., while enthusiasts in Great Britain can already get Grand National tips for next year’s contest.

This year’s Vosburgh Stakes will take place on Saturday, September 29. Each horse that features in the long running race is invited. The invitations can be quite exclusive. Although the Vosburgh Stakes isn’t as well-known as the Preakness Stakes, Kentucky Derby, or England’s Grand National, it is a race that can prepare a horse for big things in the future.

Vosburgh Stakes – History

The Vosburgh Stakes was first run in 1940. The race was named after racing aficionado Walter S. Vosburgh, who was the official handicapper for The Jockey Club. When it was established, the Vosburgh Stakes was open to all ages. The open age rules ended in 1958. Since then, only horses of either gender aged three years or older can participate.

Vosburgh Stakes – What to expect

The race is run over six furlongs on dirt. It is one of the more important on the U.S. horse racing calendar. The horse that wins at Belmont Park qualifies automatically for the Breeders’ Cup Sprint. There are six races that qualify horses for the Breeders’ Cup Sprint with the Vosburgh Stakes typically being the fourth of the season. In 2017, the race’s purse was $350,000. It isn’t a small amount and it can be a stepping stone to even greater things.

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Important Australian Thoroughbred Horse Racing Events 2018

If you don’t live in Australia, you might be unaware of the fact that horse racing is an incredibly important spectator sport here. Every year, various racing events take place where people like to pass their time betting on the stallions. In fact, the Thoroughbred Racing Industry or TRI has now become an integral part of Australian sports and lifestyle traditions along with the economy.

Each year, more than 19,000 horse races are staged in different parts of the Australian continent. These races include including flat racing and racing over hurdles with more than 4.5 million people watching and betting on the horses. This is the reason why Australia is home to one of the biggest thoroughbred horseracing purses. Since it is one of the national pastimes, it only makes sense that you take part in it.

Online betting platforms like Blue Bet offer horse race enthusiasts to make well-informed bets and get a chance to win some serious money and have fun doing it. Among the many races held across Australia, the following races are the most important ones you can look forward to in 2018:

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2018 Kentucky Derby Post Positions & Stats

2018 Kentucky Derby Post Positions & Stats

Hello my Horse Racing Finatics! It is that time of the year again the Most Watched Horse Race of the year: The Kentucky Derby 144 will be run this Saturday, May at Churchill Downs, we have a full 20 horse field and the post positions were drawn today. With a post time of 6:50 p.m. Eastern, NBC coverage begins at noon on NBCSN and switches to the main channel at 2:30 p.m.

Here is how the race is shaping up with a little information on each horse and how he/she got here:

1) Firenze Fire

Owner: Mr. Amore Stable

Trainer: Jason Servis

Jockey: Paco Lopez

Morning line odds: 50-1

Thanks to the post position draw, this longshot outside became a longshot insider, drawing the dreaded rail. His best races have come when he’s on or near the lead, a position he’s unlikely to get from this post with gunning to the lead, a strategy that would be dubious at best given the questions about whether he can get the distance combined with the fact that that’s usually a losing bet in this race. He won the Grade 1 Champagne at Belmont last fall, beating both Good Magic and Enticed, but an extra quarter-mile and seven months make that repeat a longshot indeed on Saturday.

2) Free Drop Billy

Owner: Albaugh Family Stables LLC

Trainer: Dale Romans

Jockey: Robby Albarado

Morning line odds: 30-1

He hasn’t won a race since last October at Keeneland, and though that was a Grade 1 in which he beat longshots here Bravazo and Lone Sailor, he’s yet to get back to the winner’s circle despite Romans’ playing around with distance and moving around to a number of racetracks. He was interfered with in the Grade 2 Blue Grass last month and placed third after hitting the wire fourth, but he was unlikely to get anywhere close to winner Good Magic and runner-up Flameaway.

3) Promises Fulfilled

Owner: Robert J. Baron

Trainer: Dale Romans

Jockey: Corey Lanerie

The second here for trainer Romans, and he looked promising indeed when he won the Grade 2 Fountain of Youth at Gulfstream Park back in March. Trying to repeat that performance in the Grade 1 Florida Derby, he instead finished ninth. This inside post does no favors to this inveterate frontrunner, who risks being squeezed back at the beginning of the charge from the gate.

4) Flameaway

Owner: John C. Oxley

Trainer: Mark Casse

Jockey: José Lezcano

Morning line odds: 30-1

A multiple graded stakes winner with five wins and two seconds from nine starts, this $400,000 yearling purchase is also something of a puzzle. In four races this year, he’s got two wins and two seconds, including a win over rival here Vino Rosso in the Grade 3 Sam F. Davis at Tampa Bay Downs, yet there’s little buzz about him despite his consistency. He’s raced just once at Churchill Downs, finishing sixth, and he’s another that wants to run on the lead, which makes three of the four inside posts possibilities to gun from the gate.

5) Audible

Owner: China Horse Club International, Head of Plains Partners LLC, Starlight Racing, WinStar Farm

Trainer: Todd Pletcher

Jockey: Javier Castellano

Morning line odds: 8-1

This $500,000 two-year-old purchase hasn’t lost since last September, when he finished third in his debut. He’s gotten better as the distances have gotten longer, running two visually impressive races at Gulfstream Park over the winter, winning the Grade 2 Holy Bull and Grade 1 Florida Derby. He can take back or run on the lead, and thanks to whoever named it, his namesake audiobook company will donate a total of $40,000 to the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, buttressing their PR campaign since it “adopted” him back in March.

6) Good Magic

Owner: E Five Racing Thoroughbreds and Stonestreet Stables LLC

Trainer: Chad Brown

Jockey: José Ortiz

Morning line odds: 12-1

This cleverly named colt out of Glinda the Good cost $1 million as a yearling, and breeder Stonestreet elected to stay in and partner with E Five Racing–a good choice, given the horse’s $1.85 million in earnings. By two-time Horse of the Year Curlin, who’s proven himself a stamina sire, he flahsed back in the Grade 2 Blue Grass Stakes to the promising form that won the Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile last fall, leading to champion two-year-old trainers. Chad Brown seems to have won every big race except the Kentucky Derby and would like nothing more than to add this to his already impressive resume. Good Magic is a champion by a champion sire, conditioned by a champion trainer and ridden by a champion jockey.

7) Justify

Owner: China Horse Club International, Head of Plains Partners LLC, Starlight Racing, WinStar Farm

Trainer: Bob Baffert

Jockey: Mike Smith

Morning line odds: 3-1

This is the guy that’s supposed to buck the 136-year Apollo trend. You’ll read it a thousand times this week: no horse since 1882 has won the Kentucky Derby without having raced at two. He debuted in January at Santa Anita, winning by 9 1/2 lengths, moved effortlessly up in class, and in his third start won the Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby by three lengths. By hot sire Scat Daddy (who died in three years ago and who has four horses in here), he cost half a million dollars and was made the morning line favorite. Hall of Famer Mike Smith–who rides selectively and isn’t called “Big Money Mike” for nothing–is in the saddle, and Justify has a Hall of Fame trainer in Baffert. If he loses, it will be attributed to the curse of Apollo; if he wins, he’ll make history.

8) Lone Sailor

Owner: G M B Racing

Trainer: Tom Amoss

Jockey: James Graham

Morning line odds: 50-1

Those 50-1 odds may well come lower by post time if fans of the New Orleans Saints head to the windows. On March 15, Saints’ owner Tom Benson died; nine days later, this horse, owned by Benson’s G M B Racing, finished a neck short of winning the Grade 2 Louisiana Derby at Fair Grounds in New Orleans. His connections all hail from Louisiana, and if Lone Sailor can replicate his last performance on Saturday, the good times will be indeed be rolling.

9) Hofburg

Owner: Juddmonte Farms Inc.

Trainer: Bill Mott

Jockey: Irad Ortiz Jr.

Morning line odds: 20-1

In most circumstances, you’d dismiss a horse that’s made just three lifetime starts, two of them in maiden races–but this one deserves a longer look. His third race was the Grade 1 Florida Derby, in which he finished second to Audible, who is considered to have a major shot at the blanket of roses. He’s trained by Hall of Famer Bill Mott, who doesn’t spot horses just for the heck of it, and neither he nor Juddmonte need to be in Louisville just to say they’ve run in the Derby. Not one I’d ignore.

10) My Boy Jack

Owner: Don’t tell My Wife Stables, Monomoy Stables LLC

Trainer: Keith Desormeaux

Jockey: Kent Desormeaux

Morning line odds: 30-1

He’s run at four different tracks this year, across the country, compiling two wins and two thirds, all in graded stakes races. A modest $20,000 purchase, he’s earned $645,000 running on turf and dirt, venturing far beyond his Southern California base. A deep closer that doesn’t need a perfect post position, he’ll break from the middle of the pack and likely take back under Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux, who rides for his brother Keith, who said of post #10: “Perfect; right in the middle. We wanted to be there or farther outside. With our style (a late runner) we just didn’t want to be inside and taking a lot of dirt in the face right away.”

11) Bolt d’Oro

Owner: Ruis Racing LLC

Trainer: Mick Ruis

Jockey: Victor Espinoza

Morning line odds: 8-1

The “It” horse until Justify showed up, he won two Grade 1 races last year as a two-year-old but hasn’t hit the wire first in his two starts this year. He was placed first in the Grade 2 San Felipe through disqualification, and his performance was as gutty as one you’ll see; he showed the same tenacity in the Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby but was no match for Justify, who pulled away to win by three. Hall of Fame jockey Javier Castellano rode him in his last two starts but will ride Audible on Saturday, so in the saddle will be Victor Espinoza, who’s won three Kentucky Derbies and a Triple Crown.

12) Enticed

Owner: Godolphin LLC

Trainer: Kiaran McLaughlin

Jockey: Junior Alvarado

Morning line odds: 30-1

He’s another who’s been all over the place, racing in New York, Kentucky, and Florida, and his first graded stakes win, the Grade 2 Kentucky Jockey Club, came at Churchill Downs last November. He was badly beaten in his first start in 2018, rebounded with a win in the Grade 3 Gotham at Aqueduct Racetrack in New York City, and had to settle for second in the Grade 2 Wood Memorial there–though a lengthy inquiry into possible interference had some of his backers thinking he’d be promoted to first place. .

13) Bravazo

Owner: Calumet Farm

Trainer: D. Wayne Lukas

Jockey: Luis Contreras

Morning line odds: 50-1

At age 82, Lukas is back in the Derby, thanks to a win in the Grade 2 Risen Star at Fair Grounds and a couple of defections that sneaked him into the top 20. Bravazo bombed in the Grade 2 Louisiana Derby, and inn his most recent Churchill appearance, he was 10th in the Kentucky Jockey Club last November. He did break his maiden over this track last fall, and his best races have come when he’s run just off the pace, a position that may be difficult to achieve given his wide post position.

14) Mendelssohn

Owner: Michael Tabor, Mrs. John Magnier, Derrick Smith

Trainer: Aidan O’Brien

Jockey: Ryan Moore

Morning line odds: 5-1

A serious buzz horse thanks to his eye-popping win in the UAE Derby in March in Dubai, in which he cruised by 18 lengths. Aidan O’Brien not uncommonly sends his European turf horses over here to run in the big U.S. dirt races; not uncommonly, they don’t do well. The Dubai race was on dirt, though, Mendelssohn’s first start on that surface, and jockey Ryan Moore is shipping over here to ride, too, bypassing the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket, the first of the British classic races. Mendelssohn was bred in the United States and is by the aforementioned Scat Daddy; his owners paid $3 million for him at a Kentucky yearling sale, and he’s a half-brother to champion Beholder and multiple graded stakes winner Into Mischief.

15) Instilled Regard

Owner: Oxo Equine LLC

Trainer: Jerry Hollendorfer

Jockey: Drayden Van Dyke

Morning line odds: 50-1

This pricey two-year-old purchase–$1.05 million–has so far failed to live up to that lofty price tag, winning just twice in seven starts. Fortunately for his Derby-aspirational connections, one of those wins was in the Grade 3 Lecomte in New Orleans, giving him enough Derby points to make it into the field. He’s been ridden by Hall of Famers Mike Smith and Javier Castellano, but they’ve got other commitments on Saturday, so Van Dyke gets the call.

16) Magnum Moon

Owner: Lawana L. and Robert E. Low

Trainer: Todd Pletcher

Jockey: Luis Saez

Morning line odds: 6-1

He heads to Louisville undefeated in four lifetime starts, and he’s another who will test the curse of Apollo, having run his first race in January. His four wins have come by a combined 14 lengths over three racetracks, and with $1.17 million in the bank, he’s more than earned back his $380,000 purchase price. Post #16 is hardly ideal for a horse that won his last race on the lead, but he’s shown that he can back, too, and no one except Saez has ridden him in a race. Three of Pletcher’s four entries will break from the auxiliary gate, but the trainer was sanguine, saying, “Both Magnum Moon (#16) and Noble Indy (#19) have tactical speed, so in a best case scenario they’ll be able to get good spots despite the post. This is very much a rider’s race and I’ve got four of the best riders around.”

17) Solomini

Owner: Zayat Stables LLC

Trainer: Bob Baffert

Jockey: Flavien Prat

Morning line odds: 30-1

Baffert’s Derby horse until Justify showed up, he’s owned by Zayat Stables, who with Baffert campaigned American Pharoah to a Triple Crown three years ago. He nearly got a Grade 1 last December in the Cash Call Futurity at Los Alamitos, but he was placed third after interfering with the runners who finished behind him. That means that strictly speaking, he’s got only a maiden win to his credit, though he’s been running in nothing but graded stakes races, finishing second in three of them. He’s by Curlin, which suggests the 10 furlongs won’t be a problem.

18) Vino Rosso

Owner: Repole Stable and St. Elias Stable

Trainer: Todd Pletcher

Jockey: John Velazquez

Morning line odds: 12-1

Impressive winner of the Grade 2 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct, he nonetheless had to sweat out an inquiry and objection before the result was let stand. He announced himself as a serious Derby contender with that race after faltering in two stakes races at Tampa Bay Downs over the winter. He’s another by Curlin, and out of a Street Cry mare, so he should only get better as the distances get longer. He can run near the pace or off it, the latter being the more prudent option, giving his post position. His jockey is in the Hall of Fame and has two Derby wins on his resume; he’s in good hands.

19) Noble Indy

Owner: WinStar Farm LLC and Repole Stable

Trainer: Todd Pletcher

Jockey: Florent Geroux

Morning line odds: 30-1

He breaks from right next door to his stablemate, who is also owned by Mike Repole in partnership. He’s won three of four lifetime, and he was Repole’s first 2018 Derby horse, earned with a win in the Grade 2 Louisiana Derby. He prefers to run on the lead, which is a tall order from post #19; accomplished rider Florent Geroux, leading jockey at the recent Keeneland meet, is in the irons for the first time.

20) Combatant

Owner: Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC and Willis Horton Racing LLC

Trainer: Steve Asmussen

Jockey: Ricardo Santana Jr.

Morning line odds: 50-1

A perennial Derby contender, Asmussen was on the outside looking in until last week, when a couple of horses dropped out, making room for Combatant to slide into the top 20. He’s finished in the top three in five of his seven lifetime races…but made it to the winner’s circle only once. He’s finished behind several of his rivals here on more than one occasion, and while owner Willis Horton was philosophical about the post, only one horse has ever won the Kentucky Derby from post #20, and that was Big Brown ten years ago. Combatant, it would seem, is no Big Brown.

There you have it everyone! The first leg of the Triple Crown! We all know that anything can happen on Derby day and often does. I

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