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Old 05-05-2018, 12:05 PM   #1
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Ky Derby Handicapping Contest

Kentucky Derby is the contest race at Dan Illman for today.

The prize for the winner is 60-card quarterly DRF Formulator PPs ($250 value).

It's a free contest and the only requirement is facebook id which is the only option available at DRF to post comments. Most uses fake ids :-)

If interested, please go to DRF main page:

1. Click on News>Blogs
2. On the Blogs page, locate DAN ILLMAN
3. Once located, on the right hand side under RECENT POSTS, click on the latest post "Handicapping: Oaks and derby day opinions"

Please read the rules described in the blog post and see some wagers for reference.

1. The rules are made to keep up the spirit of the competition, easy tracking for the score keeper and uniformity for all. Please do not take it personally if someone point out mistakes in your wagers as nobody want any winning entry to be disqualified. It's all in good and sportingly spirits.

2. Facebook plugin is different than Disqus. The order to show posts is set to "TOP" by default. So if you don't see your post after you submit, don't lose heart. Right on top of the text box (where you type your comments), there is a SORT BY button. Select NEWEST there and you should be able to see your post.

Nothing to lose.

Good luck if you participate.

Last edited by GBL; 05-05-2018 at 12:09 PM.
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