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2022 Kentucky Derby...Was It Rigged?

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That was something....

80 to 1 odds
 

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With 21 horses in the race, the jockey did an unbelievable job in navigating all that traffic from the back of the pack and finding the opening on the rail to bring it home.

I've been watching horse racing for 40 some-odd years, never seen anything like this. That horse had an extra two gears, no just one. What did he eat for breakfast?
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Too bad it wasn't the JoeBlow horse that won after CHEATING... That would be fun...
 

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With 21 horses in the race, the jockey did an unbelievable job in navigating all that traffic from the back of the pack and finding the opening on the rail to bring it home.

I've been watching horse racing for 40 some-odd years, never seen anything like this. That horse had an extra two gears, no just one. What did he eat for breakfast?
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Wheaties The Breakfast of Champions , and why are you assuming the horse identifies as a “he?”
 

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Wheaties The Breakfast of Champions , and why are you assuming the horse identifies as a “he?”

I didn't check. Maybe he's a gelding.
 

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With 21 horses in the race, the jockey did an unbelievable job in navigating all that traffic from the back of the pack and finding the opening on the rail to bring it home.

I've been watching horse racing for 40 some-odd years, never seen anything like this. That horse had an extra two gears, no just one. What did he eat for breakfast?
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PED's from Abu Dhabi
 

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just saw a good joke on another site.
it said that the jockey turned down a visit to the white house. he said if he wanted to see a horses ass he would have come in second! ha! ha!
 

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Awesome race... because win of the under... horse.
The rest of 'em looked like run over cats in the last quarter.
Always happy to see something that make those who paid big bucks for success sheet themselves.
The announcer so indoctrinated, could not even see disruption until it hooved him in the nuts.
Hope Lucky does not get Arkancided.
 

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Awesome race... because win of the under... horse.
The rest of 'em looked like run over cats in the last quarter.
Always happy to see something that make those who paid big bucks for success sheet themselves.
The announcer so indoctrinated, could not even see disruption until it hooved him in the nuts.
Hope Lucky does not get Arkancided.
Think about it.... We always follow the money right? Lucky was an 80 to 1 underdog....

Cui Bono?
 

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Update: Too many things that don't add up about Rich Strike.


1) His Vet has "implanted" more than 1500 devices controlled by your cell phone apps as cited by the Paulick Report. Did Rich Strike have a device implanted? Can this device deliver drugs? Can it shock the horse? Can it provide logistical info to it's connections they send to the jockey - for example someone with a bird's eye view of the field w/ an earpiece go left, go right half a foot, then speed up, then left, now sharp right etc etc as they weave in and out knowing exactly where to go?


If not, why?


https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10159878981349486&set=a.10151283225409486
 

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Update: Too many things that don't add up about Rich Strike.


1) His Vet has "implanted" more than 1500 devices controlled by your cell phone apps as cited by the Paulick Report. Did Rich Strike have a device implanted? Can this device deliver drugs? Can it shock the horse? Can it provide logistical info to it's connections they send to the jockey - for example someone with a bird's eye view of the field w/ an earpiece go left, go right half a foot, then speed up, then left, now sharp right etc etc as they weave in and out knowing exactly where to go?


If not, why?


https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10159878981349486&set=a.10151283225409486
See posts 7 & 10
 

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just saw a good joke on another site.
it said that the jockey turned down a visit to the white house. he said if he wanted to see a horses ass he would have come in second! ha! ha!
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just saw a good joke on another site.
it said that the jockey turned down a visit to the white house. he said if he wanted to see a horses ass he would have come in second! ha! ha!


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