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Format: 2014-10-21
Fri May 23
2014
Dan Illman
Categories: Handicapping
Forget the Ali Shuffle and the Rope-A-Dope. California Chrome pulled off his best Mike Tyson (in his prime) impersonation in pummeling his nine rivals in last Saturday's Preakness Stakes at Pimlico. If you didn't believe that the Kentucky Derby hero was a legitimate heavyweight prior to the Preakness, his knockout of top contender Social Inclusion should convince you otherwise.
Fri May 16
2014
Dan Illman
Categories: Handicapping
You don't need me to tell you that CALIFORNIA CHROME is the horse to beat and the most-likely winner of tomorrow's Preakness Stakes at Pimlico. Still, I am interested to see how SOCIAL INCLUSION does in the second leg of the Triple Crown.
Thu May 15
2014
Dan Illman
Categories: Handicapping
All eyes will be on CALIFORNIA CHROME this Saturday as the Kentucky Derby hero continues his quest for racing's elusive Triple Crown in the Preakness at Pimlico. Meanwhile, a very dangerous 3-year-old is lurking in wait.
Fri May 9
2014
Dan Illman
Categories: Handicapping
Let's take a look at some potential price plays for Sunday.
Wed May 7
2014
Dan Illman
Categories: Handicapping
The best 3-year-old in the country will not compete in next Saturday's Preakness Stakes at Old Hilltop. CALIFORNIA CHROME deserves all of the accolades accorded to a deserving and popular Kentucky Derby hero, but it was UNTAPABLE that stole the show last week under the fabled Twin Spires.