Can New Jersey-bred in the Kentucky Derby actually win? Bet on it

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Regret and Cavalcade, the names are faint echoes, hallmarks of a time in American thoroughbred racing when New Jersey was a lot more than a casual pit stop in the breeding business. They were the only Jersey-breds ever to win the Kentucky Derby — Regret in 1915, Cavalcade in 1934. They were to…

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  1. wayne sadowski says

    The horse is getting no respect from many of the experts…they think he is an uncontrollable speed based on the FOY collapse….that race was so bad he would have been beaten by a 10 claimer…..his TGs were 3, 3, at 2 and at 3 they are 1, 10 (FOY) and -0 (rounded), has 2 100 Beyer and is bred for the distance… is looking good and will look even better in the winners circle Saturday

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