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The Kentucky Derby LONGSHOT REVEALED (VIDEO)

Kentucky Derby 2014 Super Screener Video #3 - LONGSHOT REVEALED!

 

HRN's Mike Shutty has screened the Kentucky Derby 2014 contenders and has identified a horse that will most likely go off at 20-1 - or higher! But you won't want to leave him off your tickets. Mike reveals the longshot in the video that you can access if you click here!

 

The Kentucky Derby Longshot REVEALED!



 

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(A)nimal Kingdom, (I)'ll Have Another, (O)rb.
forget the deep closers except UNDER in exotics
  • superhi5 · Animal Kingdom=Closer, I'll Have Another=Presser/Closer, Orb=Closer. All 3 won. That's why I think California Chrome=Bodemeister for 2nd place. Same running styles. · 854 days ago
Answer: They all begin with a vowel.
What do all 3 Kentucky Derby winners have in common from the last 3 years? They all had early pace figures between 76-78 and back speed figures between 97-98 in their last prep race.
I had a quick read through the PDF but have not yet crunched all the numbers. I agree with superhi5 - Candy Boy seems like more of a hunch suggestion than anything else.
I'm not sure that Candy Boy fits your Super Screener Criteria. See rule #3: 3. Derby win contenders must post a BRIS speed rating of at least 102 in one of their final two prep races. Exception: In a race with an anticipated pace meltdown, closers can qualify with a 100 BRIS speed rating (1 1/8 miles distance) posted in one of the final prep races. Note, in those cases in which none of the horses in a Derby field with a pace meltdown set up posted a BRIS Speed Rating of at least 102 in their final prep, drop the final BRIS Speed Rating requirement to 97+ (run at 1 1/8+ distance). Especially if the final prep BRIS Speed Rating was earned on a synthetic surface. Am I wrong or just not understanding correctly?

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