• Hence (10-1) rallies to win the Sunland Park Derby going away.Posted 23 hours ago
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  • Fear the Cowboy (7-2) comes running late to capture the Grade 3 Skip Away.Posted 2 days ago
  • Fast and Accurate (24-1) bursts through to upset the Grade 3 Spiral.Posted 2 days ago
  • Purely a Dream (12-1) pulls ahead in the stretch to take the Grade 3 Bourbonette Oaks.Posted 2 days ago
  • Arrogate, despite a dreadful break, wins the Dubai World Cup easily.Posted 2 days ago
  • Jack Hobbs is much the best in the Sheema Classic.Posted 2 days ago
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  • Mind Your Biscuits rallies widest of all to win the Golden Shaheen going away.Posted 2 days ago
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Algorithms - Race Results & Past Performances

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View Details12/16/11Algorithms1stGP36 1/2 fDAlwOC 2 MAlgorithmsConsortiumSeven Kind1:15.51
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Encode, Algorithms full brother and a half to Justin Phillip is in the second today at Belmont
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  • tmallios1 · Laz,5 furlongs.The #3 will step on the gas and never look back · 1277 days ago
  • LAZMANNICK · With the 7 out it improves your chances. If the 3 keeps in front of the 2. The 8's be3en working well but I would be worried about the 10. Roibbie has a big load to carry. · 1277 days ago
I have Algorithms halter he wore In all three of his races. I have so much stuff that It's time to try and sell some of my collection. If anybodys Interested In purchasing the halter please comment.
I don't know where to put this. But, Algorithms and Frankel should be off the undefeated watch list, right? Because they are retired. Unless I misunderstood the purpose of the list, I thought it was for ACTIVE undefeated T-breds.
Sorry to see him retired. What a tough year on the 3 year old division. derbydeals.com
He is at Belmont and expected to begin racing before the new year.
Todd seems prepares for us a surprise!!!
Pletcher barn says we will see him again and assume he is in training. The way he blew by Hansen last winter was impressive.
I saw a tweet from someone from Todd Pletcher's team, and they said that Algorithms was in light training! I really believe he was one of the best 3 yo on the Triple Crown trail. I'd love to see him run again.
Out of racing view...where is he? what are his plans?
He was large last winter and assuming he has further matured. No word from Pletcher if he is back in training.
I thought he was the best of his crop back in November. Loved him and was sorry to see him go out so early. Was hoping he'd make it back by the Saratoga meet, but it appears unlikely. He could still be the best 3 YO this year if he can win a G1 and The Classic, but that's a lot to ask. He could be the fittest 4yYO in the land next year though.
  • travel_vic · How can they be such a good group in NONE of them are around any longer? Feeble group would be more like it. · 1703 days ago
  • MarlanaWalters · Some of them were very good, but didn't last long...Algorithms, Secret Circle, Fed Biz, Overdriven, Union Rags, IHA, Consortium, Out of Bounds, Mark Valeski, Went the Day Well, Holy Candy, Now I Know, Reveron, Basmati, Summer Applause, Stephanoatsie, Junebugred, Spring Hill Farms... · 1693 days ago
Hope to see him return in the Travers.
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  • buckpasser · Lol. Mary · 1733 days ago
  • AnnaK · That goes into the grey matter notebook along with "jinxed!!" & "hope I don't get improper" by Mary Zinger responding to travel_vic about I Want Revenge. x10 · 1733 days ago
Any more news about Algoriths?
  • SallyWatanabe · Pletcher said he could return in late september/early august · 1749 days ago
  • cocoa2 · Big word, COULD. Watch this horse in the breeding barn, he will be easily forgotten, and the horses who tend to sire derby winners are forgotten colts with talent. · 1749 days ago
Looked like the real deal this winter. He is till on the farm and not back in training. Hoping to see him at Saratoga.
When is this horse running again? Thi is my favorite of the year thusfar
  • Zimas For Zito · I'd say Travers -- at the earliest. · 1771 days ago
  • buds · I hope he comes back strong, all of a sudden this group of 3 yr olds needs some new faces. · 1771 days ago
Where next? Preakness?
Race horses are like professional athletes, thet get injured all the time. To suggest Pletcher is doing something wrong, or different from any other big name trainer is a stretch. If you want to dive head first into paranoia go right ahead, I'll keep betting on Pletcher trained horses, and cashing in.
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  • kedez2012 · Please don't confuse bad luck with criminal intent. Here's a good question: do trainers often win the derby in successive years? Is there a trainer out there that has won the derby each time one of his horses ran? If anything it's just unfortunate that a trainer like Pletcher has such bad luck with derby horses. So please, stop trying to vilify him for absolutely no reason. · 1853 days ago
  • plez2k10 · Sometimes, I get the feeling that most the anti-Pletcher sentiment comes from a) having a huge stable which wins lots of meaningful races (other than the Derby) and b) the fact that very few Pletcher-trained horses run in Southern California... · 1853 days ago
Todd Pletcher does it again, he is an overrated trainer and his top horses keep getting hurt. He has to be doing something wrong, or this would not happen.
Another Pletcher trainee off the derby trail, the first few times it was just bad luck, but now its getting old. I would think a high class trainer like Mr. Pletcher would know how to take better care of his horses, so for now i'll give him the benefit of the doubt. Try avoiding those broken mirrors Todd :)
any word how long this horse is out
  • travel_vic · I talked to a vet as regards this. It depends at what level the splint popped. IF it is at a point where many of the long tendons go down to the lowest part of the leg, it will take much longer to heal. "usually we cryo them (freeze) the site of inflammation and it can take up to two months to get back to training or if it is mimor 6 weeks. Each case is different." · 1854 days ago

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