TimeformUS Speed Figures for the Journey to the 2016 Triple Crown

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TimeformUS Speed Figures for the Journey to the 2016 Triple Crown

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Here we go again. After a remarkable Triple Crown series by American Pharoah, we’re off and running on the 2016  Journey To The Crown.

Feb 23 Update:

  • Gun Runner’s 113 winning the Risen Star is the Best TimeformUS Speed Figure in a 2016 Derby points race so far.

Feb 16 update:

  • Destin ran much improved race (114 TimeformUS Speed Figure) when returned to Florida for Sam Davis, but the race does not earn points towards a Kentucky Derby start
  • Champion Nyquist (another 114 TimeformUS Speed Figure) remained undefeated with nice score in 7f San Vicente; no points for this race but he likely doesn’t need any to get into the Derby gate
  • El Camino Real winner Frank Conversation appears much better away from dirt; two off the board finishes on natural dirt but 3 wins and a place in four synthetic/turf starts
  • Suddenbreakingnews fourth next out winner from Springboard, including both 3yo routes stakes at Oaklawn thus far (Smarty Jones and Southwest)

Feb 9 Update:

  • 2016 kicks off with an average TimeformUS Speed Figure in the Holy Bull (112, Mohaymen) and slowish wins in the Withers (Sunny Ridge, 104) and Robert B. Lewis (Mor Spirit, 109).

Some background on TimeformUS Speed Figures:

Historic Triple Crown Series Figures

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  • This is a look at the winning TimeformUS Speed Figures
    for the last 6 years of Triple Crown prep races as well as the winning figures ftwitter followor the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Belmont Stakes for each 0f those years.
  • American Pharoah’s Kentucky Derby? We rate it the fastest in the last 6 years. And his Preakness? We rate it second fastest. His Belmont? Fastest.
  • The top TimeformUS Speed Figure for any Triple Crown race of the last 6 years was I’ll Have Another’s 130 in the Preakness. The Factor ran the same figure in 2011 Southwest.
  • The Southwest at Oaklawn was run in 2 divisions in 2012; we’ve used the higher TimeformUS Speed Figure for the above chart.
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