Not trying to speak for "Chicken Dinner" but I would think the comment "... I like the way you structure your bets" aka "betting strategy" was because in my 3 bets, I wasn't betting against myself. All 3 had the possibility, if not probability, to be cashed.
Looking at your 3 bets ($36), your best case scenario is ONLY ONE can possibly win. Same with the structure of the second set of 3 wagers you provide... AT BEST you can only cash one of them.
LOL Touche' ... unfortunately, has the goes, "If you don't show up for the wedding (re: Derby), don't come to the funeral (re: Preakness)."
YES! Correction has been made... thanks!
Got it! I stand corrected and have made the correction. Thanks!
I didn't state that only two geldings had won, just pointed out that prior to Funny Cide, Clyde Van Dusen was the previous one. Hence, two geldings in the past 86 years. Thanks for pointing out the others though.
Winner Winner... you are correct sir! Somehow that one slipped by me. Have a good Derby!
Thanks for the extra proof reading! I guess I should have done that a THIRD time?! Dyslexia strikes again! Corrections have been made.
So Mary, NOW you know who's Cupid?! I recall you have cake and champagne for me (re: your comments on "GQ Derby Double Dozen" post dated Feb. 24th).
I like Devil's Food w/ butter cream icing. :)
Couldn't Favre or MJ live nicely off their endorsements? Sure. But that didn't make them happy... call it their "competitive spirit" or not knowing when to say when or inflated ego?!
Nope. No bone to pick. I'm just a Doubting Thomas type of person who always wonders what someone's REAL reason is to give up "the good life" (aka retirement). In Dickinson's case, it may simply be because he misses working w/ horses AND the challenge. If not, then just offering my Food for Thought.
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