You might find this article interesting: It’s an upbeat view of this year’s Triple Crown. One thing that struck me was not just how Black Magic: The Ultimate Handicapper Software™ (posttimedaily.com) was able to put Lookin At Lucky on top in the Derby, Super Saver on top in the Preakness (missed Drosselmeyer in the Belmont) but how it has the uncanny ability to spot a horse coming to great races. Like Summer Bird, subject of my email Rant before last year’s Belmont which Black Magic: The Ultimate Handicapper Software™ spotted as a great value bet, and Champagne d’Oro, again, subject of my pre-Belmont 2010 email Rant, who paid $81 to win. That, it seems to me, is key: Spotting the horses coming to a race, rather than those that have already run their big race.
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