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Connie And Michael

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Connie and Michael
Mathea Kelley
Connie and Michael
Nancy Rokos

What the Nation is saying about Connie And Michael...

...will finally be making her 2011 debut in a 7-furlong optional claiming turf sprint at Belmont this Thursday.
It will be “East meets West” Saturday afternoon at Saratoga Race Course when Devil May Care and Blind Luck, the top two 3-year-old fillies in the country, face off in the 130th running of the Grade 1, $500,000 Betfair TVG Alabama at 1 ¼ miles.   Coming off a pair of Grade 1 victories in the Mo...Read More
  • medlocke · Save Zenyatta, because it's so hard to think of her as a filly or mare because of her behemoth size and ability. I really believe that Blind Luck is the best filly racing in America right now. As I said, besides Zenyatta. She's also a confirmed late closer who's closing kick has worked very effectively for her in 2010. Devil May Care is also an outstanding 3yr.old filly. But she likes to rate a bit closer to the lead than does Blind Luck. This should be quite an intriguing race. Whether or not Blind Luck's late closing kick can catch the front end speed of Devil May Care? One thing I am convinced of. Blind Luck or Devil May Care, both, could beat Rachel Alexandra based on the form that Rachel has raced with so far in 2010. But I like Blind Luck to just edge out Devil May Care in a very close finish. I think Blind Luck is an outstanding 3yr.old filly with a world of talent. Baring injury or a set-back of any kind? I really think the sky is the limit for this filly. JMO. · 1336 days ago ·
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Acting Happy, third in last month’s Grade 1 Betfair TVG Coaching Club American Oaks, put in her final work Monday morning for this weekend’s Grade 1, $500,000, 1 ¼-mile Betfair TVG Alabama. Guided by jockey Jose Lezcano just after 5:30 a.m., NYRA Clockers caught the filly covering five furlongs in 1...Read More
For Anthony Bonomo Jr., assistant trainer to Dominick Schettino, Connie and Michael is more than just a talented 3-year-old filly, she’s part of the family. Bonomo Jr. will be among the group leading the Brooklyn Boyz Stables’ trainee over for Saturday’s Grade 1, $500,000 Betfair TVG Alabama for 3-...Read More
Next Saturday’s Grade 1 Betfair TVG Alabama Stakes will likely attract a stellar field of 3-year-old fillies, including Betfair TVG Coaching Club American Oaks winner Devil May Care and multiple Grade 1 stakes winner Blind Luck, most recently victorious in the Delaware Oaks. The 1 ¼ mile race, the f...Read More
Connie and Michael, the 5-1 morning-line co-second choice in today’s Grade 1 Betfair TVG Coaching Club American Oaks at Saratoga Race Course, has been scratched with an abscess on her right front foot, her trainer Dominick Schettino revealed.   “It started yesterday and we’ve been working on it...Read More
A full field of eight will line up for Saturday’s 94th running of the Grade 1, $250,000 Betfair TVG Coaching Club American Oaks as the race takes its new place on the just-expanded 40-day calendar at Saratoga Race Course.Read More
Opening Weekend at Saratoga promises to be an exciting one with the Grade 3, $100,000 Schuylerville for 2-year-old fillies on Friday, the Grade 1, $250,000 Betfair TVG Coaching Club American Oaks for 3-year-old fillies on Saturday, the Grade 2, $150,000 Sanford for 2-year-olds on Sunday and the $75...Read More
Making her first start since finishing 10th in the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby, Devil May Care stalked the pace and held sway in the stretch to take the 54th running of the Grade 1, $250,000 Mother Goose for 3-year-old fillies on Saturday at Belmont Park. Her win gave trainer Todd Pletcher the perfect gi...Read More
A trio of fillies from Todd Pletcher’s barn headline a well-matched group of 3-year-old fillies entered in Saturday’s 54th running of the Grade 1, $250,000 Mother Goose at Belmont Park.Read More
Mine That Bird pulled into the Churchill Downs stable gate Thursday evening and was soon bedded down in Barn 44, where four other Kentucky Derby winners have been stabled through the years with his new trainer, D. Wayne Lukas. Lukas has signs posted at his stable entrance that list his Kentucky Oaks...Read More
J W Singer LLC's THE MAILET (Rock Hard Ten) came wide into the stretch of Sunday's $100,000 Miesque S. (G3) at Hollywood Park and mowed down the leaders to earn her second straight turf victory in as many tries for trainer Bruce Levine. Ridden by Joel Rosario for the first time, the juvenile filly w...Read More
Trainer Ken McPeek has left his six Breeders' Cup World Championships weekend starters behind for the time being to race during the upcoming Hollywood Park fall meet, he said Nov. 12.Read More
Despite losing the Breeders' Cup Juvenile by a head, Lookin at Lucky has emerged as the top 2-year-old in North America and will be widely considered the winter favorite for the Kentucky Derby."The consolation was, man, I have a serious horse," trainer Bob Baffert said the morning after a wide trip ...Read More
Juddmonte Farms' homebred trio of VENTURA (Chester House), VISIT (GB) (Oasis Dream [GB]) and PROVISO (GB) (Dansili [GB]) were doing well Sunday for trainer Bobby Frankel, who missed the Breeders' Cup due to ongoing illness. It was reported during the telecast that the Hall of Famer has checked himse...Read More
In the seven times the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1) has been held on the West Coast, a California-based filly has won it four times, including the last two, Stardom Bound (2008) and Indian Blessing ('07).Read More
After taking a sabbatical from training for nearly a year in 2005 and ’06, trainer Ken McPeek figured he would need three years for his stable to completely bounce back. McPeek may outdo himself in meeting that projection. He picked up his first Keeneland Race Course training title with 17 winners d...Read More
CONNIE AND MICHAEL WORKS FIVE FURLONGS FOR BREEDERS’ CUP START – With jockey Kent Desormeaux aboard, Anthony Bonomo Jr.’s Connie and Michael tuned up for her engagement in next Friday’s Grey Goose Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (Grade I) at Oak Tree at Santa Anita by working five furlongs in 1:01 ov...Read More
On Wednesday, trainer Aidan O'Brien and Simon Crisford, Racing Manager for the Maktoum family's Godolphin operation, revealed their plans for the Breeders' Cup at a press event held at Epsom Downs racecourse in England.Read More
  • Rossington · Both of O'Brien's horses, Rip Van Winkle and Mastercraftsman are for real. I've watched a lot of replays of races that they've either won or gave Sea The Stars all he wanted. Personally, although O'Brien doesn't seem to think so, I feel that Mastercraftsman is a bit more talented even then Rip Van Winkle. I plan to bet Mastercraftsman whether he's in the Dirt Mile or the Classic. I do, however, feel that Rip Van Winkle will be right there with the front runner's come Classic's end. If she sticks with the Classic, it would for me be difficult not to bet Zenyatta to at least hit the board. She handles the synthetics and most particularly Santa Anita race course as well as any horse in racing does. Since it seems that most good turf horses do well on the pro-ride surface, I also wouldn't rule Gio Ponti out of this race either. Beyond that, it's difficult to say. Einstein has done well here in the past having won the S.A. Handicap earlier in the year. Richard's Kid, although a longshot, has done exceedingly well on synthetics having won the Pacific Classic and finishing third in the Goodwood. Summer Bird and Quality Road are the question mark's to me in the race. Having raced exclusively on conventional dirt, no one really knows how they will fire on synthetics. If he does, I feel Quality Road may be sitting on a big race having been bogged down on off tracks his last two races. Colonel John is also proven on synthetics, although I think this particular group of horses may be a little better competition than he used to facing. All and all, this is a tough race to handicap with a lot of "what if" factors to consider. I anxiously await. · 1632 days ago ·
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The favorite from the Oak Leaf Stakes (gr. I) at Santa Anita, where the Breeders' Cup World Championships will be run, is in the field for the Grey Goose Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (gr. I) on Nov. 6. So, too, is the favorite from the Darley Alcibiades (gr. I) at Keeneland, which is also run on a...Read More

Connie And Michael - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
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View Details09/04/11Connie And Michael4thSar31 1/8 mDSightseek 3+ FArena ElviraSatans Quick ChickLacie Slew1:51.41
View Details07/14/11Connie And Michael7thBel87 fTAlwOC 3+ FUltimate ClassForest CrownExchange Funds1:21.10
View DetailsView Video08/21/10Connie And Michael6thSar101 1/4 mDAlabama-G1 3 FBlind LuckHavre de GraceActing Happy2:03.89
View DetailsView Video06/26/10Connie And Michael2ndBel91 1/16 mDMother Goose-G1 3 FDevil May CareConnie And MichaelBiofuel1:42.06
View DetailsView Video05/20/10Connie And Michael1stCD81 mileDAllow 3+ FConnie And MichaelLady EtienneFlying Spur1:35.28
View DetailsView Video11/29/09Connie And Michael3rdBHP51 mileTMiesque Stakes-G3 2 FThe MailetIn The SlipsConnie And Michael1:35.05
View DetailsView Video11/06/09Connie And Michael8thSA51 1/16 mSBreeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies-G1 2 FShe Be WildBeauticianBlind Luck1:43.80
View Details10/17/09Connie And Michael1stKee87 fDMSW 2 FConnie And MichaelStar RecruitCactus Cadillac1:22.74