Triple Crown Zones

Right after the last major Kentucky Derby prep (The Lexington), we get right to work applying the historical patterns and theories discussed in The Triple Crown Handicapper to the actual horses slated to run in the Kentucky Derby. On the Monday before the Derby, we mail out The Derby Zone, an easy-to-read update which will save you hours of work and provided added comfort as you handicap the Derby.

The Derby Zone classifies each horse as a contender, "gray zone" horse, or pretender based on the historical patterns contained in this book. This is the same format we have successfully used in The Crushing Zone, our Breeders’ Cup analysis. For each race, we will show you which Derby starters:

- Have the right running style.
- Took the right prep path.
- Fit the "winners" profile of past Derby winners.
- Tomlinson mud numbers for each entrant.
- Have met the Beyer par at age 2 and 3.
- Fit the Derby Dosage and sire profiles.
- Are smitten with the key Derby jinxes.
- Dosage profiles for each entrant.

We also include a Derby handicapping worksheet and explain our thoughts on the major contenders.

Shipping Notes: Going to Churchill or to Vegas? No problem. We can ship your Derby Zone anywhere. The Zone will be shipped via 2-day mail. However, we can’t guarantee it will arrive in Wednesday’s mail. So, if you are traveling or must have it by a certain day, then opt the FEDX or FAX shipping options. We can’t send 2-day mail to Canada so our Canadian readers have 3 options: (1) Fed X; (2) via the Internet; or (3) via FAX.

The Derby Zone costs just $19.95 (plus $5 for 2-day delivery)

Buy The Derby Package (Book + Zone) for just $49.95 (includes shipping)

The Complete Package Includes Zones For the Preakness and Belmont ($74.95)

We also produce identical Zones for the Preakness and Belmont Stakes.

Remember, we can mail the Derby Zone via USPS 2-day priority mail but the other two Zones haved to be shipped via (1) overnight delivery (add $15 per race); or (2) through the internet (no additional charge).

The internet method is preferred for all three Zones as it is a sure-fire way to get the report quickly and we updated the Zones on-line for any late-breaking developments.

Click Here to View the Belmont Zone 1999 (under construction)

All material © 2004 Progressive Handicapping, Inc.