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Triple Crown News Minute Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Weirdos And Wise Guys

The 145th running of the Kentucky Derby is a week and a half away and aside from last minute defections, the field of 20 is set. Each year, there always seems to be one or two quirky horses in the bunch and you can book it — bettors will settle on a “wise guy” horse […]

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The Derby 20 Presented By Adequan: Finding Value

With two weeks to go before the Run for the Roses, all eyes will be on the contenders final workouts. There are still several jockey assignments left to be decided, though Hall of Famer Mike Smith’s decision to ride Omaha Beach over Roadster confirms the Richard Mandella trainee’s place atop my rankings. Horses in the […]

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Omaha Beach Maintains Leading Position In NTRA Top 3-Year-Old Poll

With the prep races for the Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve in the books and little action in the handicap ranks, the status quo held in this week’s National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) Top 3-Year-Old Poll and NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll. Omaha Beach, who stamped himself as the likely Kentucky Derby favorite off his […]

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Maximum Security ‘Just Maintaining’ In One-Mile Work At Palm Meadows

Florida Derby winner Maximum Security breezed toward the Kentucky Derby on Sunday, steadily cruising through a mile at trainer Jason Servis’ Palm Meadows base in Southern Florida. The colt was given an official time of :42.00 for three furlongs. “It was a spectacular morning here, 59 degrees and crystal clear,” Servis told drf.com. “He went […]

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Omaha Beach Cruises To Lead In NTRA Top 3-Year-Old Poll

The reign of California-based horses atop the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) Top 3-Year-Old Poll continues this week in a new set of hands with Fox Hill Farms’ Omaha Beach taking over the No. 1 position from Roadster in the wake of the former’s triumph in last Saturday’s Grade 1 Arkansas Derby. Omaha Beach earned […]

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Roadster Emerges As 6-1 Favorite In Fourth Kentucky Derby Future Wager

With just four weeks before the 145th running of the $3 million Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve (Grade I), Santa Anita Derby (GI) winner Roadster emerged from a six-way battle for favoritism as the 6-1 betting choice in Pool 4 of the Kentucky Derby Future Wager (KDFW). Roadster was followed in the wagering by […]

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Game Winner, Maximum Security Co-Favorites In Final Kentucky Derby Future Wager

Gary and Mary West’s champion 2-year-old Game Winner and undefeated Florida Derby (Grade I) hero Maximum Security are 8-1 co-morning line favorites in Pool 4 of the Kentucky Derby Future Wager (KDFW) which opens on Friday. The three-day pool will offer win and exacta betting on 23 individual horses and an option to bet all other 3-year-olds not offered […]

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Maximum Security Debuts At Fifth In NTRA’s Top 3-Year-Old Poll

A handy victory by Maximum Security in the Grade 1 Xpressbet Florida Derby and some stirring performances on the Dubai World Cup card provided some movement in this week’s National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) Top 3-Year-Old Poll and NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll, respectively. Trained by Jason Servis, Maximum Security remained unbeaten in four career starts […]

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Bloodlines: Undefeated Maximum Security Flatters Sire New Year’s Day

Nearly three months after the announcement that the young stallion New Year’s Day (by Street Cry) was sold to Luis Felipe Brandão dos Santos and sent to stand in Brazil at his Stud Eternamente Rio, the stallion’s 3-year-old colt Maximum Security won the Grade 1 Florida Derby at Gulfstream on March 30. Raced and bred […]

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Kentucky Derby Media Poll: Derby Trail ‘The Way It Used To Be’

Exiting a Saturday in which former $16,000 claimer Maximum Security won the Florida Derby (G1) and and the U.S.-based Plus Que Parfait shipped in to win the UAE Derby (G2), BloodHorse’s Bob Ehalt called it “another week of business as usual during the 2019 Triple Crown season.” The pair of upsets resulted in eight horses […]

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