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Beyer: Bodemeister looks best - again - in Preakness

When I’ll Have Another defeated Bodemeister in the Kentucky Derby, many handicappers (including me) thought it was obvious that the loser had run the better race after setting an extraordinarily fast pace.

 

But this opinion was not unanimous. Sagacious observers such as Daily Racing Form columnist Jay Hovdey and TVG Network analyst Todd Schrupp argued that the winner was the best horse. 
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In this article he says that IHA wont get a dream trip every time if the derby is run a hundred times,but reckons Bodemiester will win many times,is that assuming Bode would get the same trip every time while other horses races vary????,i think its a bit biased.But i agree with Bode as the preakness winner
Just looking at the BSF numbers, Bode bounced in the Derby. We all know BSF are not handicapping doctrine, but I found it ironic that Beyer pace handicapped the entire race, and didn't even mention the use of BSF. Good article from Beyer though.
Who thought I'd ever clap to a blog, let alone a Beyer one?

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