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13 hours ago, Coach pop a bitch said:

 

at about :27 of this clip when Epicenter makes his move at the top of the stretch, Rich Strike is about 7-8 lengths back and there is a wall of horses in front if him.   just fucking nuts.

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10 hours ago, Rimbo said:

I don't care if Rich Strike was pumped up on a combination of anabolic steroids, meth, and cocaine. That was amazing.

Rich Strike went on to hit 4 home runs after the race.

 

 

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2 hours ago, dcar00 said:

at about :27 of this clip when Epicenter makes his move at the top of the stretch, Rich Strike is about 7-8 lengths back and there is a wall of horses in front if him.   just fucking nuts.

Favorite part besides the moves that jockey makes is Rich Strike staring down  Epicenter with a glare like, “what’s up my bitch?” Like “y’all forget I was in this mother fucker?” Awesome! 

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1 hour ago, Beau Vine said:

People under 50 are banned from youtube?

 

Huh?  People seeing/experiencing something as it happens is usually >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> than seeing it from 50 years ago, even if kinda cool now if seeing for the first time.  

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6 hours ago, phdhorn said:

Huh?  People seeing/experiencing something as it happens is usually >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> than seeing it from 50 years ago, even if kinda cool now if seeing for the first time.  

What about from 83 years ago? Asking for aggy.

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Kentucky Derby long shot winner Rich Strike will not run in the Preakness Stakes May 21.

Owner Rick Dawson said in a statement: "Our original plan for Rich Strike was contingent on the KY Derby, should we not run in the Derby we would point toward the Preakness, should we run in the Derby, subject to the race outcome & the condition of our horse, we would give him more recovery time & rest and run in the Belmont, or another race and stay on course to run with 5 or 6 weeks rest between races."

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