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Updated: March 12, 2013, 5:32 PM ET
By Jay Cronley | Special to ESPN.com

Last week, a horse racing site had in a fat headline prior to the San Felipe at Santa Anita the notion that Goldencents would be a better "value" play than Flashback.

It has long been my contention that the search for "value" in horse racing was closer to dumpster diving than handicapping; that you should look first for winners, then at the numbers on the board, the odds; that all winners have "value," and that likely winners with little "value" oftentimes fit well on pick 3's, 4's and ...

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