It was the Disco Era, a gallon of gas cost 63 cents, we did not have cell phones, and to get our news we actually had to pick up a newspaper.
Since 1978, we have seen (and unfortunately heard) Justin Bieber, gas is more than $3 bucks a gallon, we surf the web on our smart phones, and eleven 3-year-olds have come up short in the Belmont Stakes in a Triple Crown bid.
This year we will either see the 12th Triple Crown winner in history or the 12th horse to come up short.
I’ll Have Another is going to be the heavy favorite to get the job done, but is he worth risking the bankroll at such a short price?
If we look back at the last four Belmont Stakes winners, we see nothing but longshots with winners paying $51.50, $28.00, $25.80, and $79.00.
There is nothing more exciting in horse racing than a crack at Triple Crown history but it's hardly going to get the pulse racing for bettors plunking down $2.00 to win $3.80.
So while most of us root to witness history on Saturday, there are still...