The equates to 4320 possible Superfecta combinations.
#3 is from Japan.
#10 is the favorite.
Both ran in the Derby slop and then skipped the Preakness.
Bourbon War should have done the same but didn't.
I like them both #3 and #10 to hit the board 1-4 somewhere. They both close like a slamming door in the wind and the Mile and Half distance is just what the doctor ordered along with a over months rest.
#3 will suprise....he finished 7th in the Derby against 20 horses.....but the key thing to look at is he was only 4 1/2 lengths back......#10 took hit the board just ahead of him 4 lengths back.
Drop the #1, 4 and #6 and key off the 3 and 10 with all other horses for
$40 a ticket times 6 tickets for $240 bones.
If you hit, it will pay a minimum $2500 and a maximum of $10000.
Not bad. Probably pay JoeyB's speeding tickets for a a couple of years.