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Eileen's Dream

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Kentucky (USA) by Peter E. Blum  -  [Add Data]
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What the Nation is saying about Eileen's Dream...

Sold at Keeneland today for $250,000.
Won her first race today by several lengths, on turf at SA.
So close...Read More
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  • zbuilder · More unsolicited suggestions from an alten furtz. If you were to invest $100 a month for the next 40 years into a mutual fund which averaged a 10% return, at the end of 40 years you would have over $630,000. Since 1932, the stock market has averaged 11.1% return, 7% in price appreciation and 4.1% in dividends. What I am getting at is that time is on your side as a young man, but time's a wastin too. Investing at the racetrack is very much the same principle. If you only have $36 to invest, then invest wisely. On just your two or three races you like the best and just bet WPS and not the exotics. Even a $10 show bet on a horse that pays $4.00 will now get you $20 to bet to show on another horse paying $4.00 and suddenly you have a $30 profit. Just an example, not necessarily the way to wager a race. · 620 days ago ·
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  • zbuilder · Alten furtz here again. I hit the enter button twice aiming for shift. Again, the point is that time is on your side, all winning horseplayers side. It is much more satisfying to me to walk out of the track as a winner, even small, knowing I made mostly right decisions and I am not beating up on myself. You can still have fun, watching the races, correlating the running of races you don't wager on into what you see in the form to what you see in the race. It eventually all begins to make sense. "My lack of confidence in my handicapping cost me" If you are not sure, if EVERYTHING is not right, if you have not slammed the form shut after looking at the race, knowing who the winner is, then just pass and enjoy. Del Mar is a hard place to leave. · 620 days ago ·
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I meant to put owned by CRK Stable and not Lane's End.
I meant to put owned by CRK Stable and not Lane's End.
Eileen's Dream is owned by CRK Stable and Lane's End.
Doug O’Neill sent out the final 2-year-old winner of the meet at Hollywood Park on Sunday. At Del Mar, he comes loaded with several promising runners, most notably the Flower Alley colt I’ll Have Another, a powerful debut winner at Hollywood Park who is pointing to the Grade 2, $150,000 Best Pal Sta...Read More
1/2 sister to Grade 1 winner Dream Rush

Eileen's Dream - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View Details02/09/13Eileen's Dream5thSA66 1/2 fTAllow 4+ FThere Is No LimitDemonsterousMadre Luna1:13.06
View Details12/28/12Eileen's Dream5thSA26 1/2 fTAllow 3+ FIndeciseMiss BeccaVindicated Ghost1:12.83
View Details08/01/12Eileen's Dream4thDmr15 fTAlwOC 3+ FAll On the TableCossetBlackie's Crown0:56.44
View Details06/24/12Eileen's Dream2ndBHP66 fTMSW 3+ FWild TrufflesEileen's DreamCreditcardroulette1:09.60
View Details05/13/12Eileen's Dream3rdBHP96 fTMSW 3+ FElusive CookiesWild TrufflesEileen's Dream1:09.77
View Details10/02/11Eileen's Dream8thSA56 fDMSW 2 FContestedMusic ThunderMade to Love Her1:08.95
View DetailsView Video08/14/11Eileen's Dream9thDmr65 1/2 fSMSW 2 FSilent SagaSpecial CharmLove My Way1:03.42