Re: Anothertwistoffate (419 Views)
Posted by: JR
Date: May 15, 2019 08:54PM
That stat might be less relevant this year with the top 3 finishers passing the race.
My scan of the archives left me thinking that horses who ran well in the derby (close to their top) ran well in the Preakness. Horses who came in rested and with good patterns also ran back to their top figures. That makes Alwaysmining a very legitimate contender. A key for me at 8-1.
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