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Nicanor scratching from Virginia Derby

Nicanor scratching from Virginia Derby
According to the Blood-Horse, trainer Michael Matz said Nicanor "injured his left hind leg during a gallop the other day." He was likely going to enter the gate as the favorite in Saturday's race. Read More

 

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With Nicanor scratching from this race, if I were going to bet, my win bet would be Battle of Hastings based on his recent performance in the Colonial. I would also bet Hold Me Back to hit the board. He's done well in most of his races except for the Kentucky Derby which I think you can through out because a lot of good horses either ran poorly or had bad trips in the Kentucky Derby.
I thought he was a bet against, but regardless, it stinks to see him drop-out.

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