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The ORB-Bubble

by Andy Hoffman,

This weekend, I watched the Preakness Stakes horse race; as always, at Pimlico Racetrack in Baltimore.  I have never been a horse aficionado; but like most Americans, the excitement of the “Triple Crown” possesses me each Spring.  In today’s era of specialized horses – much like specialized baseball pitchers – the odds of a single horse winning both the Kentucky and Preakness sprints and the Belmont endurance race are slim.  However, we always hope to see greatness – as we did in 1973, at the MOST DOMINANT HORSE RACE EVER…

Secretariat – Belmont Stakes 1973

Typically, horse trainers are leery of racing in the Preakness against a dominant Kentucky Derby-winning horse; which explains why the Preakness typically draws far less than the 14-horse maximum…

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1 comment to The ORB-Bubble


    I rarely bet & when I do I usually lose but had $20 to win on Oxbow & had an exacta wheel (Oxbow with every other horse) Exacta: (6-9) paid $301.40; Great day!

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