The field is almost set for this Saturday’s 143rd Kentucky Derby. HorseRacingFLA.com is proud to announce that the field will have one of this decade’s largest and strongest groups of horses that have raced at either Gulfstream Park or Tampa Bay Downs.
Ten of the 20 likely starters raced in Florida this winter. A number that stands out is that five of those
horses could be the top five betting choices. With our consistent, accurate reporting of horse racing in Florida, the 2017 Kentucky Derby is made to order for coverage and handicapping by HorseRacingFLA.com
In Kentucky Derby handicapping, and learning about “who’s running,” extensive knowledge of Florida racing is essential.
At HorseRacingFLA.com, we provide the critical knowledge that you need. Our team of experts, Jim Freer, covering Gulfstream, and Bob Bauer, based at Tampa Bay Downs, offer up-to-the-minute breaking news and analyses. We also have a track record of making a profit in each of the three years that we have recommended bets on the Kentucky Derby.
HorseRacingFLA.com’s Winning Strategy
For the three years combined, we used a “betting on a budget” and hedging strategy, to make $184.00 in bets. Our total return was $319.95 for a 71 percent return on investment. Anyone who made our bets five-fold would have wagered $920.00 and collected $1,599.75.
This week, HorseRacingFLA.com also will cover the Kentucky Oaks (Grade 1) on Friday and other Churchill Downs stakes, with a focus on horses that raced in Florida this year.
For horse racing breeders, enthusiasts, and fans, there is no better time than Derby week to keep surfing back to HorseRacingFLA.com for racing news and analysis.
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The post position draw for the 143rd Kentucky Derby will be at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Wednesday.
We will have a report on Wednesday afternoon.
Scheduled post time on Saturday is 6:34 p.m. EST for the 1 ¼ mile Kentucky Derby (Grade 1.)
At approximately 2:00 p.m., Eastern on Saturday, we will post our predictions and recommended bets for the Kentucky Derby.
COMING TONIGHT: Short details from Jim Freer on Florida horses that will be among favorites – McCraken, Irish War Cry, Gunnevera, Classic Empire, Always Dreaming.
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