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Apr 30, 2010


By: John Piesen

2010 Kentucky Derby

John Piesen, long time handicapper at the NY Post and Daily Racing Form.
His record includes one stretch in which he picked one or more winners a day for 207 days in a row as documented in the Daily Racing Form.

But also win the Kentucky Oaks on Friday
And get a free copy of his 500-Point Winning System!

A certain trainer has called this year's Derby field "inferior". And he said that before the Eskendereya was scratched with a leg injury. Wonder what he'd say now?!  Ha. Don't be fooled. The Derby is still the most surprise-laden, best-paying race on the calendar, and I've won this race 13 of the last 20 times!

Pay attention and smell the money!

This now wide-open race will have people talking about a big price along the lines of Mine That Bird last year and the $103.20 payoff that came after Quality Road was injured in the week leading up to the race and then-frontrunner I Want Revenge was scratched just before race time. Now I wouldn't count on a winner with that kind of price two years in a row. But think of the possibilities suddenly sitting out there, especially on the exotics! It reminds me of 2008. The trifecta of Big Brown, Eight Belles and Denis of Cork paid $3,445.60 on a $2 bet! I was the only public handicapper who had it! (And I had Hard Spun, Curlin and Street Sense the year before for a $440.00 trifecta.)

Derby history says anything can happen.

  1. We have at least two Polytrack winners who have yet to prove they can win on dirt. One of them finished 46 lengths behind in his only dirt race!
  2. BUT we also have Pro Ride winners from Santa Anita who can win on dirt - and that's got the wise guys scratching their heads.
  3. .We also have late blooming 3-year olds improving faster than Daily Racing Form can change their numbers!
  4. And we have EARLY blooming 3-year olds about to do a nose dive off the form charts - just like Friesan Fire and Old Fashioned last year .

What does it add up to? A possible monster 1-2-3-4 combination that could make you four figures. It's yours for $20. And as a special bonus I will give you the Kentucky Oaks on Friday, AND a free copy of my book the 500-Point Winning System. It's all the lessons I used on my way to a record-setting performance of at least one winner a day for 207 consecutive racing days


 Take my full card for only $50, get all thirteen races- that's thirteen winners, thirteen exactas, thirteen trifectas, two daily doubles, eleven pick threes, two pick 4;s and the pick 6 - plus selected superfectas - it's over 50 ways to win - including dozens of chances to cash big overlays.

I had a big year in the Derby Preps, cashing  in 12 races,at GOOD PRICES. Prices like the $745.40 trifecta at the Louisiana Derby with A Little Warm/Mission Impazilbe/Drosselmeyer. Or the exacta at the John Battaglia that paid $247.20 with Vow To Wager/Codoy. And let's not forget my selection of Alphie's Bet to bring it home in the Sham at a $19 price! It's winning like that has me confident enough on Derby Day to make this special guarantee...

You must make $5,000 in profit on the day (based on $20 bets)
or I will give you the Preakness and Belmont absolutely free!

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When you sign up Friday you'll also get FREE, my 1-2-3 picks in the Kentucky Oaks.

  • STEVE ASMUSSEN, Trainer of '09 Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra, of '07 Horse of the Year Curlin & a 5-time national champion: "John is very accurate assessing how a race will be run.
  • JOHN SERVIS, trainer of '05 Kentucky Derby/Preakness winner Smarty Jones calls Piesen
    "Very knowledgeable about horseracing expert handicapper."
  • MIKE SMITH, Hall Of Fame jockey, and rider of the immortal Zenyatta, "I have huge respect for John as a handicapper, especially in stakes races."
  • LARRY JONES - Trainer Of Kentucky Derby Runner-ups Eight Belles & Hard Spun "John is one of the best handicappers of our time. If John says it, take it to the window."

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