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The Super Derby: How Good Is The Undefeated Golden Moka?

There is always intrigue surrounding a horse who is undefeated. Growing-up I was fascinated with them, especially as a fan who didn’t dig deep into performances with a handicappers eye. I remember when Lite The Fuse won his first two races at Saratoga. I was there for both, and was stoked about seeing the next potential star of the sport because without a blemish on paper, anything was possible.

Golden Moka is undefeated heading into the Super Derby, and the ceiling of potential is unknown. His first four races were somewhat unorthodox – Panamanian sprints to a Canadian Triple Crown race off the layoff – but he’s handled each start just fine. And when you combine the human interest element, he quickly becomes a horse to root for.
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Woof a front running run on a front running race track. The Hurricane and Apart have shown so much more

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