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What the Horse Racing Nation is saying about Caveat...

I found myself chanting the 72-year-old trainer’s first name with thousands of others at Belmont Park that day. “Woody! Woody! Woody!” You could not help but to be caught up in the excitement and admiration for the man that had just won his fifth consecutive Belmont Stakes. No matter who you bet on ...Read More
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  • Clay johnson · To appreciate Wood Stephens read "Guess I'm Lucky" the biography. This writer remembers listening to and watching Woody Stephens training 2 YO's at Hialeah in the winter and spring. Every maiden 2 YO in the Stephens barn is a live wager. 2 YO's in the training of Woody Stephens must break maiden by fifth start or find somewhere else to get fed. · 686 days ago ·
  • AndyScoggin · Woody's five in a row is one of the greatest training achievements in racing. "Guess I'm Lucky" is part of my library, too. Great read. · 685 days ago ·
Before he ever ran, Slew O’ Gold was destined for greatness. He was a great looking son of the incomparable Seattle Slew and his dam was Alluvial, a daughter of Buckpasser who had already produced the top runner, Coastal. Most horses with these type of looks and bloodlines seldom live up to the loft...Read More
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  • zatt · Thank you slewobarney, I was there for the 84 JCGC. It was just about as dominant as a horse could be. · 1193 days ago ·
  • slewobarney · Speaking of dominant. You've probably already seen Cordero's very entertaining take on the 84 Whitney: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gV0z4m5LBg · 1186 days ago ·
It was The First Saturday in May, 1983, and like a beam of light along the rail, Sunny's Halo shone through the stretch to become only the second Canadian-bred to win the Kentucky Derby. Trained by DavidRead More
By JOSEPH DURSO Published: June 9, 1996 D. Wayne Lukas returned to the winner's circle yesterday when Editor's Note won the 128th running of the Belmont Stakes over Skip Away and the filly My Flag, giving Lukas his third straight victory in the Belmont and his seventh in the last eight Triple Crown ...Read More
May 16, 1983 When Sunny's Halo crossed the wire at Churchill Downs last week and won the Kentucky Derby, that was the finish line of the race, but the opening line of the story, the continuing line of a dream.Read More

Caveat - Race Results & Past Performances

View Details06/11/83Caveat1stBel81 1/2mDBelmont Stakes-G1 3 MCaveatSlew O' GoldBarberstown2:27.80
View DetailsView Video05/07/83Caveat3rdCD81 1/4 mDKentucky Derby-G1 3 MSunny's HaloDesert WineCaveat2:02.20