Super Saver wins with Ice Box in the Place (2nd) spot and Paddy O'Prado in the Show (3rd) spot.
Yep, as usual, I won (I have won all my board and exotics bets at the Derby every year for the last 11 years and hope that my streak continues) but the payoffs were quite paltry so no sense in showing them. Congratulates to the thoroughbred and the trainer (Todd Pletcher who finally won a Kentucky Derby after 24 tries) but not the jockey as Calvin Borel is a complete ass.
Now, it's on to the second leg of the Triple Crown, The Preakness, which will be run in Baltimore on May 15th. The field caps at 14 rather than the 20 horse cap in the Derby. Let's see who shows up from the Derby and who the "new shooters" are. Post positions will be drawn and morning lines assigned on May 12th.