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Posted by Nunzio on April 27, 2001 at 14:56:03:

In Reply to: drek posted by follow the loser on April 27, 2001 at 14:40:08:

: I have read with interest your various claims to being the best handicapping service. That may be true but if your numbers are so good why are you having the worst Keeneland meeting I have ever seen? Now maybe there is some newspaper handicapper who has been worse than you at Keeneland but they don't charge $25 per day for their garbage.
: I just don't understand how your speed figures can be good when your handicapping opinion (at l;east at Keeneland) has been so bad.

I think Jerry is capable of defending himelf when
post like this one arise but I do have to say something
about Kentucky racing.

It is painfully obvious to me that the bizarre
jump ups in Kentucky are too frequent to be a
coincidence. If you care to do some research, you
will find that a very high percentage of horses
run their best races when in KY, but don't approach
these performances everywhere else. I am
not saying this is absolute, but what I am saying
is that I see a trend and have seen this for several years.

In fact, I rarely wager on races in KY except for the Derby of course.
My opinion is that with KY being the state
where the highest level of
lasix is allowed to be administered, it allows
other drugs to be given which are masked by the
high dosage of lasix. Factor in race day clenbuterpl
which is not made available to the public and you have a recipe for
exactly what you are seeing with KEE.

Nunzio


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