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2012 Preakness Stakes race

2012 Preakness Stakes – I’ll Have Another [9] got up in time with a game finish to win the second leg of Horse Racing’s Triple Crown in 1:56.

In a repeat exacta performance of the Kentucky Derby, it was I’ll Have Another to Bodemeister at the 137th running of the Preakness.

$2 exacta 9-7 returned $18.60 on track at Pimlico, Maryland.

He’s no Secretariat, but then who is? It’s off to the Belmont Stakes in 3 weeks for a shot at the elusive Triple Crown.

Best of success. My money’s on Dullahan for the Belmont Stakes at Elmont, New York Sat. June 9. Let’s all make some money.


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Kentucky Derby I’ll Have Another

Kentucky Derby 2012 was won by I’ll Have Another who ran down a game Bodemeister and held off the closing kick of Dullahan.

Breaking from post 19 in front of a record crowd of 165,307 – I’ll Have Another won the 138th Kentucky Derby by 1.5 lengths in a time of 2:01.8

I’ll Have Another will be heading to Pimlico, Maryland for the Preakness Stakes in two weeks for the second leg of horse racings Triple Crown.

I’ll Have Another was ridden by jockey Mario Gutierrez and trained by Doug O’Neill for owner J. Paul Reddam.

$2 win place show bets returned $32.60, $13.80 and $9.00 with the exotics paying: $2 Exacta  19-6 = $306.60

$1 Trifecta  19-6-5  = $1,532.80 and the big one $1 Superfecta 19-6-5-13 = $48,046.40  Not a bad days pay.


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2011 Kentucky Derby Animal Kingdom

2011 Kentucky Derby was won by Animal Kingdom, ridden by John Velazquez, trained by Graham Motion and owned by Team Valor who pocketed $1,411,800 first place prize money.

D. Wayne Lukas was raving about how well Animal Kingdom was looking on his morning workouts. Was he ever correct.

A record live crowd of 164,858 packed Churchill Downs in Lexington, Kentucky for the 137th run for the roses.

20-1 longshot Animal Kingdom [16] returned $43.80 for every $2 win bet and with second choice Nehro [19] running second, the exacta 16-19 paid a lovely $329.80

The trifecta, including Mucho Macho Man [13] in third place 16-19-13 paid $3,952.40 and the superfecta with Shackleford [14] 16-19-13-14 paid $48,126. Big numbers all around. Good Day.


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Kentucky Derby 2010 Super Saver

2010 Kentucky Derby winner is Super Saver paying $18.00 for every $2  wagered to win. Super Saver beat a field of twenty on the first saturday in May in front of 155,804 horse racing fans at Churchill Downs racetrack. Ice Box made a furious late charge but too late and completed the exacta.

The Kentucky Derby in 2010 was a wideopen contest with the favorite a record high 6-1 odds to win. The real betting story was the fourth place finish of Make Music For Me at 30-1 odds, the next to longest shot in the 20 horse field. $1 Superfecta 4–2–10–9 paid $101,284 on a $1 investment.

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European Horses Dominate Breeders Cup 2008

ARCADIA , California : Santa Anita RaceTrack

 More than 80,000 Fans , over the 2 Day Breeders Cup , witnessed World-Class Horse Racing and In-Total $155,474,553 was Wagered . The Europeans Dominated Saturday with Five Wins on the newly installed Pro-Ride Synthetic Surface. America’s Richest Horse wasn’t able to Win America’s Richest Race.

Curlin , Horse Racing’s Top Money Winner with $10.2 million in earnings and considered the World’s Best horse racing on Dirt , was Beaten by the late charge of 13-1 English invader Raven’s Pass. Curlin , piloted by Robbie Albarado , made a Big Move from seventh place to take command while going five wide at the top of the stretch , looking every bit a Repeat Winner of the Classic.

Raven’s Pass and Henrythenavigator are great turf horses. ” It seemed like the synthetics played like a turf course” said the Jockey. “It was a turf race. It absolutely was the Pro-Ride surface He ran his heart out and gave it all he had. He’s a great horse. He’s made over $10 million ” said the Trainer , Steve Asmussen.

European-based horses won the $5 Million Classic  $2 million Turf with Conduit , the $1 million Juvenile Turf with Donativum , the $2 million Mile with the 3-year-old filly Goldikova , and the $1 million Dirt Marathon with Muhannak.

The Classic and Dirt Marathon were run over Santa Anita’s new Pro-Ride surface. This was the first Breeders’ Cup to conduct its races over a synthetic surface. Without a synthetic surface , John Gosden the trainer of Raven’s Pass said the horse would have most likely gone in the Breeders’ Cup Mile on Turf and the use of synthetic surfaces means the whole game is opened up for us now.

Anyone Remember Curlins Win in the 2007 Classic over a MUDDY Track?

Raven’s Pass and Donativum are owned by Princess Haya of Jordan , the wife of Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum , the ruler of Dubai who races as Darley Stable. It was a Tremendous Day for Darley as the Stable also won the Juvenile with Midshipman. Money Does Buy Happiness.

How about the Photo Finish in Breeders Cup Classic 1987 , Ferdinand and Alysheba

And while we’re going down memory lane – 1989 Sunday Silence and Easy Goer

All of the 2008 Breeders Cup Victory Videos 

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