The Friday Show Presented By Woodbine’s Twilight Racing Series: Is Parity Good For Racing?

In many sports, the rules clearly make parity an objective. The worst teams get to draft first, for example, in the hope of making those teams more competitive. On the other hand, dominance still exists and fans seem to relish it.

Two years ago, American Pharoah swept through most of the 3-year-old races, then took down his older rivals in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. This year, however, the 3-year-old division is wide open, with nine different winners in the major races since mid-spring.

So, which is better for the sport? Dominance or parity? Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick tackle that question in this edition of The Friday Show and give their thoughts on which 3-year-old may wind up as champion of this chaotic season.

Which sophomore colt is most likely to end the year as 3-year-old champion?

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