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  • Untapable heads a field of nine in the $1 million Cotillion. Posted 4 hours ago
  • California Chrome draws the rail for the Pennsylvania Derby. Posted 4 hours ago
  • Sheikhzayedroad scoots up the rail for the Northern Dancer victory! Posted 1 day ago
  • Baltic Baroness wins the Prix Vermeille; Treve a disappointing 4th. Posted 2 days ago
  • Suntracer cashes in the Kentucky Turf Cup! Posted 2 days ago
  • Conquest Typhoon much the best in the Summer! Posted 2 days ago
  • Ball Dancing beats her stablemate to the wire in the Sands Point! Posted 2 days ago
  • 1st time Lasix and the U.S., Annecdote romps in the Noble Damsel! Posted 2 days ago
  • Conquest Harlanate rolls late in the Natalma! Posted 2 days ago
  • There will be a carryover of $59,132 when racing resumes Saturday at Los Alamitos.Posted 2 days ago

HRN Original Blog:
Morning Clocker Report
Posted Wednesday, April 10, 2013
The 20 horses who will linGe up in the starting gate to run for the roses this year are horses like any of the other 28,000 Thoroughbreds born in 2010. Some are homebreds: born and raised by the same owners in whose silks they run. Others are purchased through the auction ring, sometimes multiple times: I'll Have Another sold for $11k at the 2010 Keeneland Yearling sale and was "pinhooked" as a two-year-old in Ocala for $35k. That's a nifty profit in just seven months. Few horses are purchased for vast sums at auction and go on to true greatness: $4 million yearling and eventual Kentucky Derby winner Fusaichi Pegasus is one of the rare exceptions. Several top horses actually didn't sell or had to be withdrawn: Sunday Silence was a $32k buy-back (or "RNA"); Kentucky Derby winner Animal Kingdom, who raced as a homebred for Team Valor, was a $100k RNA at the 2009 Keeneland sale.
Posted Saturday, June 09, 2012
It is possible to ride a winning race and lose, just ask Mike Smith about this year’s Triple Crown.
Posted Saturday, June 09, 2012
Is the Belmont any less special with I'll have Another out? Clocker Molly Jo Rosen says, "Of course not!"
Posted Thursday, June 07, 2012
The question asked most this week is not “Can I’ll Have Another win the Triple Crown?” Surprisingly it’s been “Why did Romans work Dullahan so fast?”
Posted Tuesday, June 05, 2012
The Belmont circumference and sweeping turns may play right into I'll Have Another's sweet spot.
Posted Thursday, May 31, 2012
Dixie Union was a right “handed” horse. He woud never make an impression on the turns with that left lead of his, but in the stretch when he did switch over, he exploded. What does this have to do with I'll Have Another and the Triple Crown finale at Belmont? Read Part II Next Tuesday right here ...
Meet Bruno & Molly
 
Bruno DeJulio and Molly Jo Rosen have a lifetime of experience in the Thoroughbred industry.
 
Together, they run the Post Parade companies: from a successful racing syndicate and bloodstock business to a popular podcast. Both are heavily involved with Grade1Racing (the tools to make you a better bettor!), as Bruno is the Chief Clocker and Molly Jo the Community Coordinator.
 
Separately, Bruno has been a workout analyst and owner/breeder for over 20 years and is the author of “Bruno on Workouts: Exposing the Mystery” ~ the only book to take handicappers and fans inside the world of workouts. He also offers a daily analysis of racing across the country at Racingwithbruno.com.
 
Molly Jo has been involved with racing from coast to coast: from TVG and Churchill Downs to Smarty Jones’ personal assistant to managing a major New York racing operation. She serves her blend of pony punditry at Focused Filly.