It’s Here! Derek Simon’s Kentucky Derby Betting Guide – 2017

This is the one and only, the popular Kentucky Derby Guide from handicapping guru Derek Simon.

Simon’s in-depth KY Derby report offers 21 pages of insightful information on the most exciting two minutes in sports.

Find out:

  • 92% of Ky Derby winners, dating back to 1967, have this trait.  Two interesting runners fail to qualify, including one very major player.
  • Do Speed Figures Matter?
  • A last-race Brisnet Speed Figure stat that is 1 for 130 in the KY Derby.
  • Which major prep is a negative Key Race according to Simon’s data? (No horse since Strike the Gold has won the Derby after last competing in prep with a KRR of less than 3.0.)
  • Derek Simon’s PACE PROFILE on each and every Derby starter, along with Pros and Cons for each horse.
  • Simon’s Fair Value Oddsline
  • Which horses are most likely to “bounce” on the first Saturday in May?

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The answer to these questions, along with past performances and pros and cons for every likely Derby starter, are in “Derek Simon’s 2017 Kentucky Derby Betting Guide.” Get yours today!  Download it to your PC or any mobile device [please note that this is a fairly large PDF file]

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About Editor

Rich Nilsen is a 19-time qualifier to the National Horseplayers Championship (NHC), an event he has cashed in four times. He was the first player to finish in the top 10 of the NHC twice. A former executive with and a member of the NHC Players’ Committee, Rich is a graduate of the University of Louisville Equine Business Program and is founder of, a site devoted to horse racing education and promotion.

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