Rain in Forecast for 2019 Pegasus World Cup

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jan/26/2019

The 2019 Pegasus World Cup should be a wet and sloppy one.

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Rain was in the forecast throughout the afternoon and early evening hours here in South Florida.

It's important to hone in on those entrants that have shown they can run on a muddy track.

Favorite Accelerate has run well in the slop. 

Audible, on the other hand, finished a strong 3rd on that sloppy Kentucky Derby track.  Audible is at 10-1 odds.

Another solid performer in the mud at the Kentucky Derby was Bravazo (12-1) finishing in 6th place.

Stronach Stable's Something Awesome rallied from off a contested early pace to score a narrow victory in the $250,000 General George (G3) at Laurel Park.  That track was especially sloppy.

Gunnevera at 8-1 odds, on the other hand, failed miserably in the mud of last year's Kentucky Derby.

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Accelerate 9-5
City of Light 5-2
Gunnevera 8-1
Audible 10-1
Patternrecognition 10-1
Bravazo 12-1
Seeking the Soul 12-1
Tom's D'Etat 20-1
Something Awesome 20-1
True Timber 30-1
Kukulkan 30-1
Imperative 30-1

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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