Rich Strike finishes first at the 148th Kentucky Derby, May 7, 2022 & announcing crew immediately talks about the tragic fire that killed 23 of Eric Reed’s horses on Saturnalia

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On May 7, Rich Strike, the last second replacement for D. Wayne Lukas’ horse, wins…
Rich Strike = 57

The name and the number on his side, 21, also fits in with “Run for the Roses.”

This was the 148th Kentucky Derby and the Illuminati was originally Bavarian.
Bavarian = 148
-Rich Strike = 69 / 120 / 150
-Illuminati = 69 / 120 / 150

The country singer is dead 48-years after his hit song Room Full of Roses made him famous (1974)

Keep in mind the horse was wearing the #21 on a ‘Saturday,’ named after ‘Saturn.’ And it was only wearing #21 because it replaced the #20 horse.

21, 6th triangular number
Saturn, 6th planet
*Sonny = 21 (Jockey)

After the win the announcers said the winning trainer, Eric Reed, lost 23 horses on the second day of Saturnalia in a barn fire. That was back on December 18, 2016, just after the Pope’s birthday.
12/18/16 = 12+18+16 = 46
Barn Fire = 46
Sacrifice = 46

Blaze = 46
*Leon = 46 (Sonny Leon, Jockey)
*Catholic = 46 (Churchill Downs)

The movie ‘Inferno’ is 2:01 in length

23-horses died and Saturnalia ends on December 23 *Reed = 23

Notice where ‘Run for the Roses’ meets Saturn and sacrifice. And keep in mind Pope Francis is the first Jesuit Pope, the first to live in Suite 201 at the Vatican, and who was born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, on the first day of Saturnalia.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio = 201
Ignatius of Loyola = 201 (Founder of the Jesuits)

And the fire began just after midnight on Saturday, December 17, 2016, which the article had to mention…

From the date of the tragedy to his big win at the Kentucky Derby was exactly 281-weeks.
281, 60th prime
Order = 60 / 75
Run for the Roses = 75
Louisville, Kentucky = 75
Catholic Church = 75
New World Order = 75
May 7th race, or 7/5 or 5/7
-Kentucky Derby since 1875

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