Here’s what you’ll be covered for with our 2019 Triple Crown Package:
- 2 months of our Daily Selection Service starting with your subscription – see below for details
- Full Cards (including any Exotics, Best Bets, etc) on
- Kentucky Oaks Day, May 3rd
- Kentucky Derby Day, May 4th
- Black Eyed Susan Day, May 17th
- Preakness Day, May 18th
- Acorn Day, June 8th
- Belmont Day, June 9th
The Oracle’s 2022 Triple Crown Extravaganza
As we begin the absolute most exciting time of the horse racing year, first let’s reflect on all that has been accomplished so far. We’ve had a grueling long prep season which all started with the Iroquois at Churchill Downs on Sept. 5th and ended 46 races later on April 10th with King Fury winning the Lexington at 18-1. Over that time frame, we’ve got a chance to see horses like Brad Cox’s Essential Quality steal the show in the Breeder’s Cup Juvenile and become the Derby favorite, Shug McGaughey’s Greatest Honour do work in the Holy Bull at Gulfstream, and good ol’ James Jerkens defy age and drink from the fountain of youth with his $96 winner Weyburn pull off a huge upset in the Gotham at Aqueduct. However, let’s just give credit where it’s due with Bourbonic, who not only beat both Chad Brown favorite in the Wood Memorial, but paid a whopping $147 in the process.
The Kentucky Derby field is rounding into form and as it does, so do we! For years, we’ve been the go to handicapper for the Prep races as we just seem to be a little more connected to the heartbeat of the horses, trainers, and jockeys than others. However, over the last five years, we’ve managed to over exceed by really putting it to the competition for the Derby as well. While in my mind, nothing will ever beat our satisfying win of War Emblem in 2002 when we told everyone to pound him and he still paid $41, sweeping the Kentucky Derby for 5 years straight is no small feat. Especially since Justify ($7.80) and Nyquist ($6.60) were 2 of only 9 horses to finish the Derby undefeated since 1915. Adding in Always Dreaming ($11.40), California Chrome ($7), and the unforgettable American Pharoah ($7.80), who all helped catapult us to our Triple Crown Championship Title that year, just goes to prove that we’re both strong and consistent when it comes to being reliable in the Run For The Roses.
This Year, we have a huge opportunity that we are extending to you that will enable us to really get to know each other and work together throughout the Triple Crown season. Not only are we going to deliver for the Derby, but we’ve put together a great package that will let you try us out over the 2 month period and see exactly what we’re capable of. Here’s what you’ll be covered for with our 2021 Triple Crown Package for only $249:
- 2 months of our Daily Selection Service starting with your subscription – see link for details – https://www.oraclesports.net/product/oracles-horse-racing-service-copy/
- Full Card on Kentucky Oaks Day, April 30th (including Exotics, Best Bets, etc)
- Full Card on Kentucky Derby Day, May 1st (including Exotics, Best Bets, etc)
- Full Card on Black Eyed Susan Day, May 14th (including any Exotics, Best Bets, etc)
- Full Card on Preakness Day, May 15th (including Exotics, Best Bets, etc)
- Full Card on Acorn Day, June 8th (including Exotics, Best Bets, etc)
- Full Card on Belmont Day, June 9th (including Exotics, Best Bets, etc)
Triple Crown Horses To Watch:
One of the main things that my clients used to like was when I teased ‘em with my watch list. Every once in a while I’d give them a few of the upcoming horses that I had my eye on. Whether or not they were shipping into a new track location or just getting primed and into top condition for their next race, they knew that when I had my eye on one, they should too. Just for ol’ time sake, here are a few up and coming Triple Crown potentials for you:
- Game Winner, who will be Gary and Mary West’s 4th Derby starter and 1st since 2005, was undefeated as a 2 year old. Since then, he has only lost by a nose and a half-length, yet everyone seems to be turning their noses in other directions like to Omaha Beach and Roadster. Baffert and Rosario won’t be too quick to pull the trigger on him going 1 1/4 and keep in mind that Rosario is one of the best fishers in the game. Just have a feeling that Game Winner will be on top of his game and so will arguably the best connections in the race. Not sure what kind of closing price you’ll get out of him but either way, he’ll be flying down the stretch.
- Code of honor has been inconsistent as a 3 year old but last fall, Shug and Johnny V though he was the one to beat in the Derby this year. He comes out of a long and well distinguished line of pedigree including the European superstar Frankel and is also a closer type. Will Farish, out of the prominent Land’s End Farm, usually doesn’t put a horse where it doesn’t belong and after getting the nod from Shug (finally hit in 2013 with Orb after 7 attempts) and Johnny V (Hall of Famer with 21 Derby starts), it’s hard to deny that this hard running colt who bounced back nicely to win the Fountain of Youth Stakes will regress.
- Improbable, out of one of my all-time go to barns (and one of the winning-est) of WinStar, China Horse, and Starlight, comes from AP Indy, Baffert, and Ortiz. Need I say more? Yeah, I know, Game Winner is his stable mate but I just can’t help falling for all this experience. Baffert said that he didn’t do him justice with the blinkers on for the Arkansas Derby and he’s taking them off and by adding Ortiz (current Eclipse Award winner) whose is riding in his best form of his career, the connections are all coming together. Improbable might be our best chance for an overlay price as he’ll get overlooked at the windows due to his 2 race losing streak but make no mistake about it, this group of owners know what they are doing and but Baffert in charge to ensure success. BTW, did I mention he added Ortiz?
Please join us for what will be our Best Triple Crown Season Ever!