• Australia very impressive in the Juddmonte International! Posted 17 hours ago
  • Postponed gallops away in the Great Voltigeur! Posted 17 hours ago
  • Endless Chatter wins her third straight in the Summer Colony! Posted 2 days ago
  • Judy the Beauty rolls right on by in the Rancho Bernardo!Posted 3 days ago
  • Main Sequence surges late to win the Sword Dancer! Posted 3 days ago
  • Moulin De Mougin swoops up the rail to win the Mabee! Posted 10 days ago
  • Enterprising rolls from last in the La Jolla! Posted 11 days ago
  • Cassatt much the best in the Monmouth Oaks! Posted 11 days ago
  • Wallyanna upsets the Hall of Fame with a late rush! Posted 12 days ago
  • Tricky Hat wins the John's Call by half a whisker! Posted 14 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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Bayern Arrives for Travers

Grade 1 winner Bayern, 2-1 morning-line favorite for Saturday's Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers, arrived at Saratoga Race Course around 4 p.m. Wednesda...

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Thursday, August 21

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Saratoga, Race 9
Del Mar, Race 6
Gulfstream, Race 9

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Saratoga, Race 6
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What the Horse Racing Nation is talking about...

This guy is a good one!
  • Wajima · Agree. Has done nothing wrong so far. 4 races. 4 tracks. 4 distances. 2 stakes. Very impressive coming off 6 month layoff to go 7 furlongs on a track he hadn't even trained on. Full disclosure, I'm prejudiced as a part owner but I love this horse. · 1 minutes ago
post draw: 1- Frac Daddy 2- Irish Surf 3-Imperative 4- Ice Cream Truck 5- Game On Dude 6- You Know I Know 7- Majestic Harbor 8- Toast Of New York 9-Clubhouse Ride 10- Mystery Train 11- Share Belief, per DRF
  • buds · Its gonna be tough for me to overlook 5-2 on Shared Belief. I think if it stays there that might be a good bet. Its good to see some new blood out west. I could only wish Chrome was in the line up...68 more days and maybe they will all be on the same track, cant wait. · 1 hour ago
has been retired to Haras La Quebrada. hoping for a successful stud career!
Grade 1 winner Bayern, 2-1 morning-line favorite for Saturday's Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers, arrived at Saratoga Race Course around 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.Read More
  • honor code via Disqus · He's a good horse, but I'm picking Mr. Speaker for the win! · 2 hours ago
Coup de Grace, a comfortable winner of the Grade 2 Amsterdam on July 26, will return to Saratoga Race Course to compete as the favorite on Saturday in the Grade 1 King's Bishop.Read More
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  • amdaman · The little guy, Myositis Dan, from last to first. · 3 hours ago
  • cleclair1994 · So much speed sets up for closers. Coup de Grace- Myositis Dan exacta. · 2 hours ago
The more I look at this horse's pedigree, the more I like his chances.
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  • Sullivan · Since when are siblings exact genetic copies? Hollow-headed loose-chested tinkle · 9 hours ago
  • travel_vic · the pedigree buffs NEVER go any deeper than the sire/dam (and their heritage) that's why · 3 hours ago
These are Michael Tabor's post-race comments about Australia after today's win in the Juddmonte International. They were quote: "You go for a Derby because there's nothing like a Derby, but the truth of the matter is taking him back to 1-1/4 shows the speed he's got, and Joseph said you take him back to a mile and it would be perfect for him. In a perfect world he'll go to Leopardstown for the G1 Irish Champion Stakes next and then the English Champion Stakes. Maybe one more after that, I don't think so, but we'll have to play it one race at a time." End quote. No mention of the Arc anywhere in Tabor's comments, and should they decide to run Australia one more time after British Champions Day at Royal-Ascot, and since the Champion Stakes runs after the Arc De Triomphe, the only two logical targets would be if they came to the Breeders Cup or went after the $500,000 dollar bonus should they win the Japan Cup. Some writers are suggesting should Coolmore send Australia to Santa Anita in November that it would more likely be for the BC Classic instead of the BC Turf. They call the Classic a "no loose" race for Australia meaning that if even if he were to run sub-par in the Classic on conventional dirt it wouldn't effect his future stud fee in regard to breeding for turf.
Has an entry into Saturday's listed Hopeful Stakes over 6f on Newmarket's July Course, and will now race in Godolphin blue. If Reckless Abandon runs on Saturday it will be his first start since being returned to training after suffering fertility issues at stud.
Rightfully so on Saturday,The Travers along with the supporting stakes races are the focus. Keep an eye on Race 4 though,there are many highly thought of 3yos' that will be running. This will be a key race down the line. The headliner is Waging War. He came into his 1rst race with some serious workouts. Got left a bit at the start ,had to rush up and go 5 wide the entire turn. Tired late in the race. With a better break in this race.He will be a horse of the future. Tony Dutrows horse is not bad either.
  • amino998 · Nwx1 racing for $100K purses in the 5th, 6th and 7th. · 5 hours ago
  • tmallios via Disqus · MSW in the 4th is $98K. Almost similar to a Stake in a small track · 4 hours ago
Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert will saddle defending champion Game On Dude in the Pacific Classic, the only one of four horses he nominated to the event. Of the others, Bayern is headed to Saratoga for Saturday’s Grade I $1.2 million Travers, Fed Biz will go in Sunday’s Pat O’Brien Stakes here and...Read More
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  • Mary Z. · Baffert could run for office. How PC about the PC can you get? Giggles, giggles. · 9 hours ago
  • Anne Shaw · A business decision. I sure hope one of the two wins. Love Mary's run for office post. · 5 hours ago
*Bred in Kentucky, I was owned by my breeder, but only after more than one failed attempt to sell at auction. *Winning races at a high percentage, I had as many three race winning streaks as one race losing streaks.Read More
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  • zatt · Awesome work, Kristen ... Come back next week to defend your crown! · 6 hours ago
  • Kristen via Disqus · I hope I can. I always think of it about 8pm, and the next thing I know, it's 9:30 and I've missed it! Maybe I should set an alarm! · 6 hours ago
She drew post #1 today. Go Debbie!
I want Red to win for himself and for you. Red never stops trying, he's a wonderful horse to be for. Sometimes ray paulick (www.paulickreport ) has good aarticles on this boy
  • jockey2be. · Oh wow,I should look that up.I sometimes visit the Paulick report but not very often! It looks like Red has everyone on here cheering for him! · 7 hours ago
Here is a recent picture of the big girl posted by Besilu's manager on twitter: https://twitter.com/Fab_Buffolo/status/500740938969280512/photo/1
 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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  • Mary Z. · The 3, even if she should be favored, will be bet done to nothing due to the family, and particularly big sis, Moulin De Mougin, recently having that nice stakes win. I'll go with the 5 to beat her. 2 and 1 itm, but GL to little sis, of California Flag, too. · 11 hours ago ·
  • Mary Z. · Nice win by the 3, Alexis Tangier. 3,5,4,7 final. Pretty filly! · 7 hours ago ·
i think they should opt for the Turf Sprint rather than the Filly & Mare Sprint.
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.
i hope at some point in his career, he comes to the USA, would love to see him compete in the turf division, might be the next Cape Blanco
  • Northport · I think he may be a bit nicer than Cape Blanco, haha. He seems a bit too valuable for Coolmore to bring over for our turf races, and they haven't mentioned the Breeder's Cup at all either. Maybe if he stays in training at 4 they could bring him over for the BC, but it seems pretty unlikely. · 11 hours ago
  • kaitlinefree1 · hes a super nice colt. i think hes even better than Camelot was. so i doubt they bring him over here..but you never know. · 9 hours ago
Two Ship & Win horses notched victories in Week 5 of racing at Del Mar, raising the meet total to 17 wins, $234,180 in bonuses and $25,000 in travel money distributed. The corresponding numbers for 2013 at a similar point were 18 wins, $209,733 in bonuses and $103,000 in travel money.

Poll of the Day

Who will win the Travers? 

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

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Dmr 8/21/2014 R6 - Q' Viva can make it two straight at Del Mar

Thursday's 6th race (4:40pm PT) from Del Mar is a Starter Allowance affair for fillies and mares dashing five and one-half furlongs on Polytrack.  #2 Q' Viva (9-2) exits a sharp local maiden score from post 11 at 6.5f and show finisher Mom's Win...

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