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Countdown to the Crown - April 9th

It's a no brainer, and I'm not even thinking twice, if I'm running the LOOKIN AT LUCKY camp. Go get Calvin Borel right now and forget about it. As Countdown intimated earlier this spring from first-hand knowledge, Bob Baffert and his family have a long appreciation and almost disbelief about the magic of Calvin Borel on Derby Day. Three strikes and you're out for Garrett Gomez -- questionable rides in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile, Rebel and Santa Anita Derby. No matter how fantastic of a rider Gomez is, and I think he's the world's No. 1 on a day-in, day-out basis, Borel simply rides the Derby and that Churchill Downs oval like no other. Read More

 

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