It’s always so tempting to throw our hats into the Tony Awards races — no matter how thankless the task proves to be, year after year. Well, with odds-on favorite American Pharoah taking the Belmont Stakes and riding into history on Saturday, the Tonys did produce a few wins for favorites like Helen Mirren (best actress in a play, for The Audience) and The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (best play) last night. No one, however, predicted that Christian Borle would take the featured actor in a musical prize for playing Shakespeare in Something Rotten! and there were other surprises, as well.

Here’s a look at how New York Times critics Ben Brantley and Charles Isherwood, New York Post columnist Michael Riedel and I did this year as Tony prognosticators:

Best Musical (winner, Fun Home): JG, An American In Paris; BB, AAIP; CI, AAIP;  MR, AAIP.

Best Score of a Musical (winner: Lisa Kron & Jeanine Tesori, Fun Home); JG and BB called correctly; CI, called Wayne Kirkpatrick & Karey Kirkpatrick, Something Rotten!; MR, n/a.

Best Book of a Musical (winner: Lisa Kron, Fun Home): JG, BB and CI called correctly; MR, n/a.

Best Orchestrations (winner: Christopher Austin, Don Sebesky and Bill Elliott, An American In Paris): JG, called it correctly; no one else called this category.

Best Play (winner, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time): Everyone called it.

Best Musical Revival (winner, The King And I): JG, called itBB, On The Twentieth Century; CI, called it; MR, On The Twentieth Century.

Best Director Play/Musical (winners: Marianne Elliott, Curious Incident; Sam Gold, Fun Home): JG, called Elliott for Curious Incident, Bartlett Sher for The King And I; BB and CI called both correctly; MR, n/a.

Best Choreography (winner, Christopher Wheeldon, AAIP): JG, called this correctly; no one else called this category.

Best Actor, Actress in a Play (winners, Alex Sharp, Helen Mirren): Everyone called these except CI, who called Steven Boyer in Hand To God for Best Actor.

Best Featured Actor, Actress in a Play (winners, Richard McCabe, The Audience; Annaleigh Ashford, You Can’t Take It With You): JG, Nathaniel Parker, Wolf Hall; called Ashford. BB, called both; CI, Micah Stock, It’s Only A Play; called Ashford; MR, n/a.

Best Actor, Actress in a Musical (winners, Michael Cerveris, Fun Home; Kelli O’Hara, The King And I): JG, called both; BB, called Cerveris, called Kristin Chenoweth, On The Twentieth Century; CI, called Brian d’Arcy James, Something Rotten!, called O’Hara; MR: called both.

Best Featured Actor, Actress in a Musical (winners, Christian Borle, Something Rotten!; Ruthie Ann Miles, The King And I): JG, called Brad Oscar, Something Rotten!, called Miles; BB, called Brad Oscar, called Judy Kuhn, Fun Home; CI, called Max von Essen, An American In Paris, called Judy Kuhn; MR, n/a.

Best Sets, Play/Musical (winners: Bunny Christie and Finn Ross, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time; Bob Crowley and 59 Productions, An American In Paris): JG, called both correctly; the others did not call this category.

Best Lighting, Play/Musical (winners, Paule Constable, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time; Natasha Katz, An American In Paris): JG, called both correctly; no one else called this category.

Best Costumes, Play/Musical (winners: Christopher Oram, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two; Catherine Zuber, The King And I); JG, called Bob Crowley for The Audience and Gregg Barnes for Something Rotten!; the others didn’t call the category.