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Louisiana Derby Day Stakes Analysis

Saturday, some of the country's top three-year-olds (male and female) converge on the Cresent City in an attempt to secure their place in the starting gate for the Kentucky Derby and Oaks. In addition, the country's best grass horses (not named Wise Dan or Point Of Entry) try to take another step up the ladder in the Mervin Muniz Jr. (G2).

 

 

 

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Can I get a Wolverine to handicap this card instead??? Also love Flashy Gray in this spot, Jasen.
Nice job, Jasen, I always respect Jasen's picks. Now I know what they mean when they say "talking head" in television.

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