• Arrogate draws post position #9 for Saturday's Dubai World Cup.Posted 2 days ago
  • Vale Dori (6-5) wins a virtual match race over Finest City in the G1 Santa Margarita.Posted 6 days ago
  • Malagacy (3-1) remains unbeaten with an impressive Rebel win.Posted 6 days ago
  • Enola Gray (2-5) much the best down the hill in the Irish O'Brien.Posted 6 days ago
  • Jenda's Agenda (2-5) stays unbeaten with a facile win in the Caeser's Wish.Posted 6 days ago
  • Mor Spirit (1-2) too good in the Essex at Oaklawn Park.Posted 6 days ago
  • Distinta (11-1) gets up on the shadow of the wire in the Inside Information.Posted 6 days ago
  • Twisted Tom (4-1) gets up in the final jump to win the Private Terms.Posted 6 days ago
  • Streamline (12-1) upsets the Azeri; rough trip for favorite Terra Promessa.Posted 6 days ago
  • Clothes Fall Off (6-5) undresses the competition in the Correction.Posted 6 days ago
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Good Riddance MFer
Kasaqui worked 5f, March 24th, in 1:02.40 (b) finishing 7/19.
He is probably in over his head here, but I have always been a fan. I just hope he does well tomorrow.
Was looking for.derb notes and a thought flashed by. I know we didn''t forget: HOE IS MAZTERY DOING? WhY news is out there regarding his healing and recovering going. ...has anyone heard?
Stellar Wind worked 6f, March 24th, in 1:13.00 (h) finishing 3/19.
Iliad worked 5f, March 24th, in 1:01.40 (h) finishing 31/75.
American Freedom worked 5f, March 24th, in 1:00.60 (h) finishing 14/75.
Denman's Call worked 4f, March 24th, in 48.60 (h) finishing 28/75.
Mo Town worked 5f, March 24th, in 1:02.00 (b) finishing 1/3.
Blacktype worked 4f, March 24th, in 49.00 (b) finishing 1/8.
Syndergaard worked 4f, March 24th in 49.40 (b) finishing 1/14.
Greenpointcrusader worked 4f, March 24th, in 50.00 (b) finishing 4/14.
Far From Over works 3F in :38 2/5 at Palm Beach, will return to the races around mid-May.
Hootenanny worked 4f, March 24th, in 48.60 (b) finishing 8/15.
I think this horse is the reason why I HATE Bob Baffert so much!!! Baffert destroyed this horse and he destroyed his legacy. "Game On Dude" was a fantastic talent, but he was a 1 mile horse, maybe 1 1/8 on a fast easy track, a track like Del Mar for example or his beloved Santa Anita. "Game on Dude" had amazing cruising speed. I believe he could, and SHOULD have won 1, 2 or even 3 BC Dirt Miles, but that CLOWN Baffert kept persisting with him to try and win a BC Classic!!! Baffert should FOREVER hold his head in shame for believing "G.O.D" could win a BC Classic.
  • Meydan Rocks via Disqus · King? Are you serious? I say the glass is half full. The horse over achieved. He besat a mile and a quarter specialist like Take Charge WIll and that Breeder's cup classic champion from 2014? I mean... · 55 minutes ago
Valadorna worked 5f, March 24th, in 59.80 (b) finishing 1/42.
Give him a shot to improve Had no pace to run at in the Springboard mile.
  • John Hensley via Disqus · That I did!!! I lost the absolute minimum on him at Remington(his post-time antics spooked me into cancelling my win and exacta bets). I decided I'd only watch his next race hoping he'd show a little more professionalism. By settling down he restored my faith. It was a bonus that he was pretty flat and never really had a chance find the board. My patience paid off. He went off at a little over 3-1! Even with very little pace to run into, he rolled to a relatively easy win. I usually play 2-3 races a weekend for maybe $100 in total wagers. I made $520 worth of bets that day. I didn't play a single bet without him in it. I singled him and got enough coverage around that race to pull in my biggest score ever! I hit the win, ex, tri, and EVERY horizontal to and through that race... · 56 minutes ago
One Mean Man worked 5f, March 24th, in 1:01.40 (b) finishing 15/42.
Honorable Duty worked 5f, March 24th, in 1:03.60 (b) finishing 39/42.
Another question - not so much a debate, as I am not well versed on the subject, but am looking to be informed. Who was the greatest horse in North American racing, prior to Man O'War? I guess we are really talking from the end of the Civil War, when a lot of the present day NYRA stakes began, up to the end of WW 1. The only two that readily come to mind to me are Sysonby and Colin, but I have to assume there are others. It's kind of like debating the greatest pre Ty Cobb baseball player (although most people would agree that it was Cap Anson, the first to get 3,000 hits).

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