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  • Honor Code returns a winner in an Aqueduct allowance! Posted 22 hours ago
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The 2014 edition of the Grade 3 Delta Downs Jackpot gives the winner Ocho Ocho Ocho (Street Sense-Winner, by Horse Chestnut) three wins now in as many starts, having won the Juvenile Turf Sprint on the 2014 Breeders’ Cup undercard in his last start. The dark bay son of Street Sense was sent off as t...Read More
  • Mary Z. · I'd play up Goldencent's' and Big Drama's resumes a little more :) Not such bad results by the winners of the Jackpot. It doesn't have a very long history, does it? But, looks like, so far, sprinters or milers tend to come out of the winners. Rule was a favorite of mine, but he did have some sort of injury and layoff. · 21 minutes ago
Are you kidding me? Rating her in the top 50? You should be banned from this site. lol
Saturday's 7th race (4:15pm CT) from Delta Downs is the Grade 3 Delta Jackpot for 2-year-olds traveling a mile and a sixteenth on the main track. #7 Red Button (12-1) has been competitive on dirt, synthetic, and turf. The SoCal shipper earned an improved number in a two turn turf stakes race at Sant...Read More
Big Macher, Red Outlaw, Sermon, Patriots Rule.
American Pharoah won 2 grade ones, Texas Red won 1, and Carpe Diem won 1. Wonder who will be 3 year old champ?
Thats a good win but was pulled up with 25yards and still won by 2. Hope nothing is wrong
Another nice win! earned a 95 beyer for this race.
More fantasyland conjecture without a shred of evidence. People live in dream worlds of their own creation....NO wonder they have no idea what is going on around them inside that self constructed bubble.
  • tmallios via Disqus · Ah another selective response. Seems you only come out of your cave to answer when it suits you. Tell me,do they have a toll booth at the door of your cave ,and you are to cheap to spring for it. I will respond to you in a serious manner,when you respond to my other posts. Seems this post,just like the other posts all have and say the same content. · 2 hours ago
  • amino998 · QUOTE: This one who comments has an interesting habit of cerebral dysfunction and selective editing in order to confound a point that was never there to begin with. -- Guess Who :D · 1 hour ago
It was repoerted that Brandi now will become the filly version of her once more famous stablemate Will Take Charge. As reported yesterday after a nice win, she will now be pointed to the Starlet . Many are applauding this decision and are on her bandwagon to go for The 2 YO Eclipse Award . Dwayne owns slightly a few more Graded wins than i do in his career(LOL and tongue and cheek to those that always fail to realize sarcasm). He did it with WTC last year. Rather than rest on the horses accomplishments and let them just kick their feet up on the living room table, not my cup-o-tea says Dwayne. Like WTC Brandi will be asked to travel back and forth in a short period of time. It took Dwayne all of 3 months the next year to cripple arguably one of the fastest 3 yo colts in recent history. To those applauding this move. I am sure that you were among the majority that did so with WTC. Then i am sure that you were also part of the group that trashed him when this horse could not beat basically Allowance foes. Curious as to what the over / under in Vega is for Brandi . Unfortunately for her,WTC was a strong 3yo Colt and he buckled under the stress. She is only a promising 2 yo filly with a potentially good future. One that she can be telling her grand kids after she saw the famed Brando movie. I COULD OF BEEN A CONTENDER.
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  • Laura Pugh (DeadHeat) via Disqus · On the contrary, most of Will Take Charge's best performances came when he was run back with less than 8 weeks between starts. During his 3yr old season he ran two huge races at Oaklawn, winning the Smarty Jones and Rebel impressively. He lost the Southwest, however that was over a muddy track, which Lukas said he hated. After the long rest he received, after the Rebel, he couldn't even muster one on the board finish during the Triple Crown series, most likely because he wasn't ready to compete in it. If one knows anything about physical fitness, you should know that there is no way you can possibly be ready to run in 3 races in five weeks, all over 9f, when the longest you have run is 8.5f, and that was seven weeks prior. After the TC grind, however, and a drop in distance he returned invigorated, with a huge rally in the Jim Dandy that saw him just miss the win. After that his longest break was six weeks, and he won two of the largest races for his division and just missed the Breeders Cup Classic. Then on the shortest rest, since the Triple Crown, he returned to run down Game on Dude, at the latter's best distance. This year, he only ran worse than third once, and his first two races of the season were huge runs, especially when considering how speed bias both the tracks were. His third in the Whitney was also far from awful. This horse love to run, it was evident that he thrived off racing. Take Charge Brandi could be the same way, she might not be...way too soon to tell, but i'm not going to slam a trainer who runs his horses when they are fit, instead of keeping them locked in the barn, starting only once every two or three months. · 1 hour ago
  • tmallios via Disqus · When will you and others get it. It has nothing to do with winning oor losing at the present time. Even with WTC,it is all about the stress put on them and how they recover for future races. Keep on worrying about the present,there is no accountability to that. · 1 hour ago
Another very good performance. hes the real deal! Triple 8!!!
Undefeated Ocho Ocho Ocho battled all the way to the wire to win a photo over Mr. Z in the Grade 3, $1 million Delta Downs Jackpot.Read More
  • Mike Relva via Disqus · Does anyone know how bad Conquest T. is injured? · 14 hours ago
  • AndyScoggin · 95 BSF for Ocho in the Jackpot. I would have been pretty cool if he'd gotten an 88. · 1 hour ago
Take Charge Brandi backed up her Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies victory with a convincing win in the $400,000 Delta Downs Princess (G3). Read More
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  • zatt · She might run in the Hollywood Starlet too ... Lukas being Lukas. · 3 hours ago
  • AndyScoggin · 85 BSF for TCB in the Princess. · 1 hour ago
DRF's Brad Free reports that Calculator is back on the work tab and is projected to make his next start in the Los Alamitos Futurity on Dec. 20th
Looks like he'll be a nice handicap colt at 4 next season.
Sunday's 8th race (4:16pm ET) from Woodbine is the Grade 2 Kennedy Road for 3-year-olds and up dashing six furlongs on Polytrack. #1 Go Blue or Go Home (6-1) dons the hood off the shelf and is working well for Baker. He reunites with winning pilot Contraras and owns running style versatility in a ra...Read More
  • travel_vic · contenders: 8 Black Hornet 4 Bear No Joke 1 Go Blue Or Go Home 2 Sparrowhawk On this track the speed has been holding so that elevates the 8 2 here 8 2 go out and 1 4 come later · 3 hours ago ·
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Readthebyline and Vicki's Dancer emerged victorious in the $125,000 New York Stallion Series Thunder Rumble and $125,000 NYSS Staten Island, respectively, on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack.Read More
  • DANCERS1FAN · I was very impressed with Honor Code's win. It didn't look like he could get there regardless of the company he was in against...... · 3 hours ago
Wonder what happened to him ?
  • Sullivan · Should've run a little better but on a lead-or-die track like Delta, he got no chances. Has also been facing worse · 3 hours ago
Does anyone else think his running style and crazy turn of foot might suit him for turf?
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  • jockey2be. · I do!!!,I think it would fit him really well!!!!!! · 13 hours ago
  • Sullivan · Shug's already worked him on turf and found him to be the same, if a little worse over it. · 3 hours ago
Honor code earned a 106 Beyer speed figure for his victory yesterday in the Aqueduct allowance race
Multiple graded stakes winner Wildcat Red will make his next start in the $350,000 Sunshine Millions Classic on January 17 at Gulfstream Park, trainer Jose Garoffalo said. Read More

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Sunday's 8th race (4:16pm ET) from Woodbine is the Grade 2 Kennedy Road for 3-year-olds and up dashing six furlongs on Polytrack. #1 Go Blue or Go Home (6-1) dons the hood off the shelf and is working well for Baker. He reunites with winning pilot Co...

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