May 6th 2017 and we roll into the "The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports” as JRO will have a 3*2*1* Kentucky Derby Pack ...
one horse I like alot!!!!
Gormley projected @ 10-1 sportsbook.ag a few facts on why I like this horse as a comp ..
1 Trained by John Shirreffs, This speed horse Gormley led wire to wire to win the FrontRunner Stakes (G1) before finishing seventh in the Breeders Cup Juvy..
2 Malibu Moon, sire of 2013 Kentucky Derby winner Orb in the bloodlines & Race To Urga.
3 California pedigree and Trainer John Sherriffs says imo can hang with the best.
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back in a few with more details and more horses I like in the race... be well and all the best to the fantastic horse cappers on here ... let's all work together to nail the race!!!!!!!
Jr How many Horses has gone Gate to Wire in the Derby?
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I believe it's 22........
nice call SSHZ only 3 in last 40yrs
Wire-to-Wire Winner Year
War Emblem 2002
Winning Colors-f 1988
Spend a Buck 1985
Bold Forbes 1976
Riva Ridge 1972
Kauai King 1966
Jet Pilot 1947
Count Fleet 1943
Bubbling Over 1926
Paul Jones 1920
Sir Barton 1919
Old Rosebud 1914
His Eminence 1901
Typhoon II 1897
Day Star 1878
Thx for the info Guys, the point I was trying to get at is Churchill deeper type of track doesn't generally favor speed till later in the meet when things get packed down some. And I know they use newer maintenance skills then they used to. But I still will generally look for a horse off the pace in the Derby.
Appreciate Ya digging out that info dog, I knew it couldn't be too many.
you have to be close to the pace after the 3rd call
beaten lengths at every call
Cool Fact here for the Big Day !! >>>>> Of the last 17 Derby winners, 7 were post-time favorites. let's roll...thanks Turf!!!