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Executiveprivilege - Race Results & Past Performances

View Details12/26/13Executiveprivilege3rdSA67 fDLa Brea-G1 3 FHeir KittySweet LuluExecutiveprivilege1:21.47
View Details10/05/13Executiveprivilege4thSA76 1/2 fDL.A. Woman  3+ FTeddy's PromiseGreat HotSister Kate1:15.28
View Details07/18/13Executiveprivilege2ndDmr76 fSAllow 3+ FReneesgotzipExecutiveprivilegeCurvy Cat1:09.59
View DetailsView Video12/08/12Executiveprivilege4thHP91 1/16 mSHollywood Starlet-G1 2 FPure FunBlonde FogScarlet Strike1:44.65
View DetailsView Video11/02/12Executiveprivilege2ndSA71 1/16 mDBreeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies-G1 2 FBeholderExecutiveprivilegeDreaming of Julia1:43.61
View DetailsView Video09/29/12Executiveprivilege1stSA61 1/16 mDChandelier -G1 2 FExecutiveprivilegeScarlet StrikeMiss Empire1:44.95
View DetailsView Video09/01/12Executiveprivilege1stDmr97 fSDel Mar Debutante-G1 2 FExecutiveprivilegeBeholderMechaya1:23.43
View DetailsView Video08/08/12Executiveprivilege1stDmr76 1/2 fSSorrento-G3 2 FExecutiveprivilegeSpeedinthruthecitySwitch to the Lead1:16.98
View DetailsView Video07/14/12Executiveprivilege1stHP46 fSLandaluce 2 FExecutiveprivilegeSpeedinthruthecityMiss Empire1:11.49
View Details06/28/12Executiveprivilege1stHP85 1/2 fSMSW 2 FExecutiveprivilegeRenee's QueenTravesura1:04.71
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Going to Midnight Lute. Mike Peg. sure does like sending his mares to Mid. Lute
Has been retired gl being a mommy
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  • ghelguera · Her little brother romped today against a good field of maidens, maybe the rebel is next for Hoppertunity · 665 days ago
  • Northport · Can't really blame the connections - she had a pretty gruelling 2 year old year and didn't seem to ever bounce back. I hope Pegram keeps her. · 665 days ago
Multiple Grade I winner Executiveprivilege worked five furlongs on Santa Anita’s fast main track Wednesday in 1:00.80 as the Bob Baffert trainee prepared for the Grade I La Brea Stakes at seven furlongs on opening day.
on December 1, Executiveprivilege worked 5F at Santa Anita on Fast Dirt in :59.00 h finishing 1/26.
On October 22, Executiveprivilege worked 5F in 1.00:40 (2/9) at Santa Anita.
On October 1, Executiveprivilege worked 4F in 48:40 (7/18) at Santa Anita.
On September 4, Executiveprivilege worked 4F in 49 flat (29/46) at Del Mar.
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  • Floridaf · On September 17, Executiveprivilege worked 6F in 1.14:20 (4/6) at Santa Anita. · 800 days ago
  • Floridaf · On September 25, Executiveprivilege worked 5F in 1.00:40 (20/48) at Santa Anita Park. · 792 days ago
I really think she'll romp in her return.
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  • jmac500 · Wow lol · 861 days ago
  • rafirox · Had the winner (hypothetically, no wager)... At least I got it, because Del Mar is always bitchy with me, haha. · 860 days ago
On June 14, Executiveprivilege worked 4F in 49:20 (19/32) at Santa Anita.
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  • Sullivan · Any idea of her next start? · 882 days ago
  • Floridaf · It appears that Baffert has no plans for her (yet) before the G1 Test. · 882 days ago
On May 22, Executiveprivilege worked 4F in 48:80 (16/47) at BHP.
On May 15, Exectiveprivilege worked 3F in 37 flat (11/18) at BHP.
Executiveprivilege will miss the Kentucky Oaks due to quarter cracks - http://www.drf.com/news/santa-anita-no-kentucky-oaks-executiveprivilege
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  • kaitlinefree1 · D: nooooo. · 977 days ago
  • cocoa2 · Beholder easy winner of the SA Oaks, beware, we got a real pacemaker here! Can Beholder get in the Derby? · 977 days ago
On March 4, Executiveprivilege breezed 4F in 47:60 (4/32) at Santa Anita Park.
On February 26, Executiveprivilege worked 4F in 48:20 (6/38) at Santa Anita Park.
Baffert bought her 1/2 sister by Any Given Saturday last year at the Keeneland Yearling sale
On January 23, Executiveprivilege worked 4F in 48:80 (6/11) at Santa Anita Park.
She is reminding me of My Miss Aurelia. Were both undefeated and both have found away to lose, but both have their reasons.
  • cocoa2 · I think losing to Royal Delta, clearly the strongest female since Zenyatta, and losing to some aspiring fillies is a little different but we'll have to see how Pure Fun goes on in her career. · 1053 days ago
  • shores · The horse she reminds ME of is Weemissfrankie... · 1053 days ago
time for the changing of the guard baffert
I am so tired of people saying she has peaked. Not on this site... But, My friend and I were discussing our favorite two year olf fillies, and analyzing her race. He said she PEAKED. I have, and never will, see a horse PEAK at two. Only ignorant people to the sport would say a two year old has peaked. Horses generally peak at five. IGNORANCE.
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  • travel_vic · In his great book Decade of Champions, author Patrick Robinson recalls the start of the 3 year old campagin of two two year old champs with all their accolades. One went on to improve and the other never won another race. Same hype relatively the same type animals. YOU NEVER can predict who will or who won`t improve and how much. · 1080 days ago
  • thatbigbay · As an equestrian as well as a handicapper, I agree with TV. It is so impossible to predict which horses will turn into top caliber athletes and which will wither into little but a vet bill. All horses deserve a good shot of patience and hard work. Watch the yearling sales, and pick your favorites. Who can predict which will make it into stakes winners? Even the best in the game pick up the next generation of maiden claimers for hundreds of thousands of dollars. · 1071 days ago
I like the add of blinkers for her, it could help her greatly.

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