• Endless Chatter wins her third straight in the Summer Colony! Posted 1 day ago
  • Judy the Beauty rolls right on by in the Rancho Bernardo!Posted 2 days ago
  • Main Sequence surges late to win the Sword Dancer! Posted 2 days ago
  • Moulin De Mougin swoops up the rail to win the Mabee! Posted 9 days ago
  • Enterprising rolls from last in the La Jolla! Posted 10 days ago
  • Cassatt much the best in the Monmouth Oaks! Posted 10 days ago
  • Wallyanna upsets the Hall of Fame with a late rush! Posted 11 days ago
  • Tricky Hat wins the John's Call by half a whisker! Posted 13 days ago
  • Wednesday's Del Mar card features a Pick 6 carryover of $195,206.Posted 16 days ago
  • Skyway proves best in the Best Pal! Posted 16 days ago

Super Saver - Super Stud

2010 Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver is leading once again, but this time it's not on the racetrack.

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  # UndefeatedTrainer/Last Win
Tom Wenzel
Boeing Handicap
 7Ide Be Cool
Henry Ray Dunn
 5Shared Belief
Candy Ride
Jerry Hollendorfer
Los Alamitos Derby
 4Sea The Moon
Sea The Stars
Markus Klug
German Derby
 4Red Outlaw
Tribal Rule
Peter Miller
Real Good Deal
Sea The Stars
John Gosden
King George VI &
Queen Elizabeth Stakes
 3Solid Sender
Early Flyer
Samuel Breaux
John Franks Memorial
 3Exit Stage Left
Jerry Hollendorfer
California Derby
 3Dame Dorothy
Todd Pletcher
Malvern Rose Stakes
 3Walk Close
Christophe Clement
Wild Applause Stakes
 3Conquest Tsunami
Stormy Atlantic
Mark Casse
Colin Stakes
 3Wake Up Nick
Doug O'Neill
Graduation Stakes

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Wednesday, August 20

Hottest Paces of the Day
(favors closers)

Saratoga, Race 7
Del Mar, Race 7
Evangeline, Race 1

Coldest Paces of the Day
(favors frontrunners)

Saratoga, Race 5
Del Mar, Race 5
Woodbine, Race 7

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What the Horse Racing Nation is talking about...

Has California Chrome already done enough to clinch a championship, or does he need to finish the season off strong in order to collect the hardware in January?Read More
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  • fan 1990 via Disqus · lets face it the derby field was weak look at the 2nd place horse tells you all you need to know preakness field same story beat up some cal horses big deal how that work out for game on dude when it came time to face real competition · 1 hour ago
  • travel_vic · GUARANTEED comments I have heard now in over 40 years of post Triple Crown comments. Take your choice: 1) this is the worse 3 year old crop, or 2) that was a weak (choose one, Derby, Preakness, Belmont) that he faced. Come ON be a little original and less like the NONTHINKING clone one obviously is when they make these predictably un-informed statements year in year out. · 6 minutes ago
The more I look at this horse's pedigree, the more I like his chances.
  • travel_vic · a THEORETICAL pedigree is not running: an INDIVIDUAL is. · 15 minutes ago
  • travel_vic · there were THREE separate "Ribot`s"....could you tell which of the individuals would be the undefeated, 2 time winner of the Gran Prix de l'Arc Triumphe? all had the exact same parentage....How about the three EXACT genetics wise COPIES of Northern Dancer. Which would be the best sire of the century? · 11 minutes ago
Bayern was named the 2-1 morning line favorite over Tonalist, Wicked Strong, and seven others in the 145th running of the Travers.Read More
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  • Ash via Disqus · Mr. Speaker is not "bread" at all. He is BRED for dirt, and distance, as three of his four grandparents won at least one G1 going 10f on dirt. · 1 hour ago
  • https://www.facebook.com/micha · So I mispelled the word. That's not what's important. You know what I meant. What's important is that Mr Speaker will mow em all down in the stretch. Bet. · 17 minutes ago
King's Bishop: 1 C. Zee 2 Wildcat Red 3 Myositis Dan 4 Noble Cornerstone 5 Noble Moon 6 Fast Anna 7 The Big Beast 8 Coup De Grace
  • jockey2be. · Thank you!!!!I was searching everywhere for this but couldn't find it!Do you think the 2 is a good spot for Red? I think it might be!Go Red!!!! · 1 hour ago
  • tmallios via Disqus · Jockey2 you have been a loyal fan of this horse ever since you have come on the Site. Do not know how much you know about music. Mick Jagger and David Bowie did a remake of a song originally sung by Martha and the Vandellas. The song is "DANCING IN THE STREETS". I have looked at the PPs and like Wildcat quite a bit. Get your danncing shoes on,because come Saturday night. You will be doing what the song calls for. Good Luck. · 18 minutes ago
The post-race comments of Michael Tabor, part owner of Australia, sort of suggest they might not even point for the Arc with Australia. Tabor kind of hinted the G1 Irish Champion Stakes at 2000 meters in roughly 3 weeks would be Australia's next target, ground permitting of course, followed by the G1 Champion Stakes at Ascot, also over 2000 meters in October.
 Race #7 is a 1 mi turf Alw affair for 3 y.o. and up.  Contenders before scratches: #6, 7, 13, 3.  The favorite #3 Alexis Tangier (5/2) is legitimate.   I will go with the speed wire to wire #6 Gratification (5/1) and good connections (Van Dyke/Proctor).  Will most like...Read More
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  • travel_vic · on this putting green, figuring out who will be out wining it is a big advantage....maybe not NOW as much as it was before the aeration, but still it really helps if there is an alone on the lead here......I couldn't tell you in this field however...6?4?8?7? · 4 hours ago
  • travel_vic · scratches change the entire evaluation. 6 Gratification 7 Tacit Approval 4 Kukaluka 3 Alexis Tangier 4 5 7 come very late here · 31 minutes ago
Wednesday's 5th race (4:05pm PT) from Del Mar is an Optional Claiming event for CA-bred or sired fillies and mares traveling one mile on Polytrack.#1 Casey's Clem (6-1) finished a solid 3rd from post 9 vs. similar local rivals July 27. Baltas shows a nice profit with his synthetic starters and she s...Read More
  • travel_vic · core contenders here are: 9 Grazenette 1 Casey's Clem 2 Passionville 4 Shysheisnot 6 Melanistic 9 would be one KEY and 6 8 the others although most of the 8 are historical and not recent. 5 6 go out and then 9 8 4 come later.all of this is before scratches however and no odds. · 4 hours ago
  • travel_vic · 5 goes out then 9 8 4 come late after scratches · 37 minutes ago
Here is the story of the journey of a once high priced juvenile purchase. You'll be surprised where the horse ends up.Read More
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  • IceBezel12 · Matt, you forgot to mention the race I bet him in after his MSW score. He won however it was ruled a no contest because there was a spill into the first turn. · 3 hours ago
  • AndyScoggin · IceB, thanks for sharing that no contest info. Do you remember the date? · 1 hour ago
As long as i am alive this horse will be my top fan... i am a horse lover! i hope he wins a lot more racies
Great decision to skip the Travers for the King's Bishop......Best in the field......Hope the odds don't go to low......
i wonder how much longer he will be able to keep riding. i know hes had issues making weight because hes so tall & obviously can't weigh as less as everyone else. spectacular rider. hope he continues.
  • Northport · For the past two or three years many have been saying that each coming season should be his last, but both AOB and JOB have been pretty tight lipped about a plan, simply saying that Joseph will continue to ride as long as he can. I'm not sure how much taller he will get, and as long as he can continue to make weight for 90% of Ballydoyle horses (basically all of the horses except for 3 year olds in open races), I can see him continuing to ride on the flat for some time. I think he is plenty talented but his cool-headed style has led to a decent amount of mistakes in valuable races. · 1 hour ago
  • jockey2be. · He is a super good jock,and I hope he can ride for a while yet! · 1 hour ago
The biggest weekend of summer American turf racing absolutely did not disappoint.Read More
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  • travel_vic · With the ongoing support of the great European horses shipping in, it does rank up there very high in top to bottom quality of fields. · 4 hours ago
  • amino998 · Irony is great. · 3 hours ago
I just loved this horse, she was a money maker and one of my favorites.
Australia romps home to win the G1 Juddmonte International Stakes, in the end, pretty easily. If that's an Australia that wasn't race fit for this race, I can't wait to see what he's capable of once Aidan O'Brien pronounces him 100% fit!!
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  • Northport · I was a little hesitant about him given all of the hype he received from his connections, but this was a very convincing performance! What a crop this year's 3 year olds are · 4 hours ago
  • jockey2be. · Wow,I'm so happy!Australia is amazing!And my second choice the Grey Gatsby got second! · 4 hours ago
Always on the innovative edge in the racing community, Woodbine has now adopted the more logical European way of evaluating the firmness/softness ratio of their turf course with a variant on the penethrometer called the GOING STICK. Now the going is reported as a number: the amount of penetration a device goes into the course at various points around the course. I knew about their reporting it on the website but was unable to locate it until a remarkable research assistant reported its IP address yesterday. http://www.woodbineentertainment.com/Woodbine/RaceTrackNewsPage.aspx?NewsId=f7d4865a-43d3-47d1-98f7-aa4a8a8fe812
  • travel_vic · At Woodbine, the turf will be assessed every sixteenth of a mile via the GoingStick mid-morning each racing day. An average of the readings will be taken and a rating on a 15-point scale (15 for very firm, 0 for very soft) is created. This number is then applied against a traditional soft-to-firm turf scale suitable for public consumption. “Racing fans and horsepeople have long sought to quantify our turf conditions,” said Steve Koch, WEG’s Vice-President of Thoroughbred Racing. “The GoingStick has been adopted at all courses in Great Britain and some tracks in the United States. We’ve been testing the technology for several months and we believe in it.” · 4 hours ago
have certified letter from judge re: 2,000 dollars i never received...also did you inform the buyers of the house about all that junk metal machinery in the ground next to the house? a reply would be nice
i will never stop loving him... his strive for winning inspires me! i wont to have a horse to! =) sometimes i just need to forget what others think! (i am not judging any one here that's righting comments! i mean people that don't like/don't care about this amazing horse) because to me Secretariat is a winning horse hero of mine. i love horses so much. and Secretariat... i mean, WOW! god bless all horses! god have peace and rest on Big Red!
The progressive Postoned holds off Snow Sky by just over a length to win the G2 Great Voltigeur Stakes at York. Postponed had won the listed Glasgow Stakes at Hamilton in his start prior to this and was 3rd behind Cannock Chase in the G3 Tercentenary Stakes at Ascot 2 starts back.
Just announced, odds on favorite Kingston Hill is a late scratch out of the G2 Great Voltigeur Stakes today at York. Very disappointing.
Dutch Connection narrowly gets up to win the G3 Acomb Stakes for William Buick and trainer Charlie Hills.

Poll of the Day

Who will win the Travers? 

  • Tonalist
  • Viva Majorca
  • Ulanbator
  • Bayern
  • V.E. Day
  • Mr Speaker
  • Charge Now
  • Kid Cruz
  • Commanding Curve
  • Wicked Strong

Plays of the Day


Dmr 8/20/2014 R7 - Speed To Lead

 Race #7 is a 1 mi turf Alw affair for 3 y.o. and up.  Contenders before scratches: #6, 7, 13, 3.  The favorite #3 Alexis Tangier (5/2) is legitimate.   I will go with the speed wire to wire #6 Gratification (5/1) and good co...

Dmr 8/20/2014 R5 - Casey's Clem lands the cozy rail at Del Mar

Wednesday's 5th race (4:05pm PT) from Del Mar is an Optional Claiming event for CA-bred or sired fillies and mares traveling one mile on Polytrack.#1 Casey's Clem (6-1) finished a solid 3rd from post 9 vs. similar local rivals July 27. Baltas shows a...

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