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Justify Wins 2018 Kentucky Derby

ABC News Article

Justify was the big winner of yesterday’s Kentucky Derby:

"Justify" = 110 (English Ordinal)

"Justify" = 373 (Primes)

"Horseracing" = 373 (Jewish)

373 is the 74th prime number. The Kentucky Derby is held annually at Churchill Downs

"Churchill Downs" = 74 (Reverse Full Reduction)

"Churchill Downs" = 169 (English Ordinal)

169 is 13 × 13

13 is an incredibly significant number to horseracing. I’ll get to that in the next section, but first allow me to explain why this year’s Kentucky Derby had a special tribute.

The Kentucky Derby is held annually in Louisville, KY

"The Kentucky Derby" = 71 (Full Reduction)

"Louisville, KY" = 71 (Reverse Full Reduction)

“Seventy-one” = 45 (R)  |  “Thirteen” = 45 (R)

The number 71 sums to 144 using the alphabetic order:"Seventy-one" = 144 (English Ordinal)

This was the 144th running of the Kentucky Derby. It fell on the date 5/5

"Louisville, KY" = 55 (Full Reduction)

"Louisville" = 136 (English Ordinal)

136 is a unique number in that 13 is the 6th prime number.

The white-haired trainer smashed a jinx that stood for 136 years when Justify splashed through the slop to win the Kentucky Derby by 2? lengths on Saturday.

How about that? A 136 year-old jinx.

"Justify" = 136 (Francis Bacon)

If you want to bust a racing curse, call Bob Baffert.

Baffert, the trainer of Justify, the race’s winner, is the same trainer who helped American Pharoah capture the first Triple Crown in 37 years. Bob is short for Robert Baffert

"Robert Baffert" = 136 (English Ordinal)

This man is so perfectly-coded for horceracing, it’s comical. For starters, he’s currently 65 years old"Horse" = 65 (English Ordinal)

Check out how he was born on the 13th day of the year, on a date with 13 numerology. Recall how the 13th prime number is 41:

1 + 1+3 + 5+3 = 13

"Bob Baffert" = 41 (Full Reduction)"Baffert" = 41 (Reverse Full Reduction)

"Baffert" = 310 (English Extended)"Thirteen" = 310 (Primes)

On the date of the race, he was in his 113th day since his birthday on 1/13. To be exact, he was 3407 weeks old:3407 Weeks

Thirteen = 347 Jewish

I wonder if there’s a chance Baffert gets another Triple Crown this year? Remember, this is the 144th Kentucky Derby:"Triple Crown" = 1347 (Jewish)

"Triple Crown" = 144 (Reverse Ordinal)

"Horse" = 233 (Jewish)“Churchill Downs, Louisville, Kentucky” = 233 (All Exceptions)

233 is the 13th Fibonacci number. 13 is a significant number for the Moon, which begins with the 13th letter, and every few years, there are 13 full moons.

Thirteen = 99 Ordinal "The Moon" = 99 (Reverse Ordinal)

"Thirteen" = 117 (Reverse Ordinal)"Horseracing" = 117 (English Ordinal)

"Thirteen" = 45 (Full Reduction)The 45th prime number is 197.  Horseracing’s biggest stage is The Kentucky Derby

"The Kentucky Derby" = 197 (English Ordinal)

"The Kentucky Derby" = 235 (Reverse Ordinal)

There are 235 synodic months in the Metonic cycle, the most significant cycle of time (rivaled by the Saros cycle). Just to cement the connection between Horseracing and The Moon:"Horseracing" = 423 (English Extended)

"The Moon" = 423 (English Extended)

The Metonic cycle syncs those 235 synodic months up with 19 solar years. Add these two numbers together and you get 254

Time = 254 Extended "Light" = 254 (English Extended)

"Bob Baffert" = 254 (Jewish)"Racehorse trainer Bob Baffert" = 254 (English Ordinal)

The prize jewel in Horseracing is the Triple Crown:Horseracing = Triple Crown in both Reduction methods

"Horseracing" = 117 (English Ordinal)"Triple Crown" = 1107 (English Extended)

33 is another significant Moon number…look no further than the 33-year cycle that syncs the lunar calendar up with the solar calendar.

"Triple Crown" = 1333 (Trigonal)"The Kentucky Derby" = 3313 (Reverse Extended)

Baffert’s full name is Robert A. Baffert"Robert A. Baffert" = 137 (English Ordinal)

137 is the 33rd prime number.

"Thirty-three" = 156 (English Ordinal)

"Robert A. "Bob" Baffert" = 156 (English Ordinal)"Robert A. "Bob" Baffert" = 303 (Reverse Ordinal)

Baffert was 3 months, 22 days after his birthday on the date of the Kentucky Derby:3 Months, 22 Days

"Racehorse" = 322 (Jewish)“Churchill Downs Louisville, Kentucky” = 1322 (Primes)

He was born on a date with 77 numerology in Nogales, Arizona1 + 1+3 + (19) + (53) = 77

"Nogales, Arizona" = 77 (Reverse Full Reduction)

"Bob Baffert" = 77 (English Ordinal)

The horse he won the Triple Crown with was American Pharoah

"American Pharoah" = 77 (Full Reduction)

"Baffert" = 131 (Reverse Ordinal)"American Pharoah" = 131 (English Ordinal)

"American Pharoah" = 377 (Jewish)

377 is the 14th Fibonacci number. Think about how so many streaks end at 14. “Dead” = 14, “End” = 14. Just yesterday, Josh Hader’s team record of 14 straight outs via Strikeout came to an end.

Bob Baffert became the first Triple Crown winner since ‘78, which was 37 years prior."The Triple Crown" = 78 (Full Reduction)

"Triple" = 37 (Reverse Full Reduction)"Crown" = 73 (English Ordinal)

“Thirty-seven” = 57 (R)
“Moon” = 57 (O)

“Thirty-seven years” = 233 (O)  |  91 (RR)
233 is the 13th Fibonacci. 91 is the 13th triangular number.

The 37th prime number is 157. Baffert is from:"Nogales, AZ" = 37 (Full Reduction)"Nogales, Arizona" = 157 (English Ordinal)

Seems like he has another shot at one this year. In regards to all the alignments between the Moon and Horseracing, keep in mind this year is 2018

"ירח (Moon)" = 218 (Hebrew Gematria)

The Moon covers the sun up in a total solar eclipse. In this post, I explain how 1331 is the number that represents a total solar eclipse. This number is found in the gematria of Baffert’s hometown:"Nogales, Arizona" = 1331 (Trigonal)

To get 1331 using the Golden Ratio, you would multiply it by 822.6"Robert A. "Bob" Baffert" = 822 (English Extended)

The name of this town sums to 503 in a different mathematical cipher:"Nogales, Arizona" = 503 (Primes)

"Solar eclipse" = 503 (English Extended)

"Solar eclipse" = 53 (Full Reduction)It’s interesting to me Bob Baffert was born in the year ’53 in light of his Triple Crown victory. The three races you have to win to earn the crown are:

“Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes” = 503 (O)

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