Lukas will saddle Mr. Z for Derby Saturday, still thinks there is a win

In horse racing, picking a one-two finish is known as an exacta.

A one-two-three is an trifecta—a bit tougher. Select finishers one through four and you’ve got a superfecta, and a big payoff.

One through five is almost unheard of—known as a Super High Five at some tracks—and there’s not even a category for six.

Full story: Antigo Daily Journal

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