Derby Point Races 2018

Re: Derby Point Races 2018

Postby Kennedy » Fri May 11, 2018 3:20 pm

stark wrote:Will there be a spreadsheet analysis for the Preakness Stakes?


I'm not sure exactly what that refers to but if the question is "do people have as many stats, systems and detailed analysis about the Preakness as they do about the Derby?" then the answer is no :)
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Re: Derby Point Races 2018

Postby Curtis » Fri May 11, 2018 3:45 pm

Kennedy wrote:
stark wrote:Will there be a spreadsheet analysis for the Preakness Stakes?


I'm not sure exactly what that refers to but if the question is "do people have as many stats, systems and detailed analysis about the Preakness as they do about the Derby?" then the answer is no :)

It’s in reference to Big Lester, I mean Big Don, from OKC and his system.
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Re: Derby Point Races 2018

Postby BigDonOKC » Sun May 13, 2018 12:44 pm

Kennedy wrote:
stark wrote:Will there be a spreadsheet analysis for the Preakness Stakes?


I'm not sure exactly what that refers to but if the question is "do people have as many stats, systems and detailed analysis about the Preakness as they do about the Derby?" then the answer is no :)

answer is yes, my first rule on the Preakness is the horse on top at the mile an 3/16 in the derby will win or run second. the horse who will win or run second is a horse who is not respected and did not run in derby. ;) that your best play
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