TimeformUS Speed Figures for the Journey to the 2017 Triple Crown: Updated through April 15th

TimeformUS Speed Figures for the Journey to the 2017 Triple Crown

>>Get an early look at the 2017 Kentucky Derby Pace Projector

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Some background on TimeformUS Speed Figures relevant to the above chart:

Here’s the same chart but for the 3-yr-old filly division:

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Historic Triple Crown Series Figures

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  • This is a look at the winning TimeformUS Speed Figures
    for the last 7 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.
  • The top TimeformUS Speed Figure for any Triple Crown season’s race of the last 7 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.
  • The 2016 Sunland Derby was cancelled.
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3 Responses to TimeformUS Speed Figures for the Journey to the 2017 Triple Crown: Updated through April 15th

  1. Pingback: Evaluating Blue Grass Winner Irap’s Derby Chances – America’s Best Racing | Quick & Fast Sports News

  2. Tim Barber says:

    Hey,
    Just noticed you have the wrong track listed on these two charts for the 11/4 & 11/5 BC races, should be Santa Anita, not Keenland

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