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Super Screener Crushes The Belmont

2013 Belmont Super Screener

 

The 2013 Belmont Super Screener crushed the race with a pick of 12-1 longshot Palace Malice to win!

 

The Super Screener also identified the 1-2-3 finishers in its top five selections, and nailed 8 winning Trifectas!!!!

 

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Winning $1 Trifecta tickets they proposed in the book ranged from $32 to the highest at $120 as they show above. LIke to build my own tickets anyway so for me the value was more in the analysis than in the suggested wagering recommendations. Not sure I would have been as convicted about Palace Malice on top before reading the analysis.
I think the cheap ticket cost $250 and won about $450, the other tickets hit the tri 3 times, so they paid ok also.
Grandpa always said if you cant afford to hit the "All" button in a super for the 4th spot, dont play it!
I think the prices of the propsed tickets are very expensive. Now if they can narrow it down to 5 horses and just use those in the exacta's and trifecta's, I would consider that real handicapping! Did anyone purchase the system for $37 and did you play any of the winning tickets they came up with? If so, what was your net profit after playing the tickets?
Good eye gelded. The 6 horse box to hit that tri would have cost $360. Not even worth the gamble in my opinion.
I don't know if hitting a ~$450 trifecta is actually crushing a race. Plus, when you add in the seed money to make the $450, you're looking at even less of a crush. The flaw in your system is illustrated by the previous poster as you would have never hit the super, which would have been crushing the race.
Zipse super bomb!
Yeah incogniito was a toss to them..
I guess there was no chance of hitting the superfecta with your system. Since you tossed Freedom Child because he raced in the Peter Pan, Incognito could never have been chosen by you since he raced in the same race and could never be considered. How about coming up with some 10 cent super strategies and include the rest of the field in slot # 4 so that there's always a chance to hit that super?

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Mike has been a passionate horseracing fan for over 30 years. He received his “handicapping education” through countless hours of deciphering the mystery that is embedded in every race. It was the tough beats at the window, however, that propelled him to never make the same mistake twice (well, maybe three times).

As Managing Partner of Horse Racing Nation, Mike serves as investor, business advisor, staff handicapper and developer of handicapping content.

Handicapping the Derby has always been one of Mike's favorite endeavors.  He spends weeks compiling notes, speed figures and analysis in preparation for the big race.  In 2010, his HRN pals pushed him into packaging his time-tested methods into what became the 2010 Kentucky Derby Super Screener, an e-book that became extremely popular with HRN readers and was downloaded over 3,000 times.   

In preparation for the 2011 Derby, Mike will be "Rating the Preps" each weekend on the Derby trail.  The goal will be to build a good picture for which prep races are most likely to produce the 2011 Kentucky Derby winner.