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View DetailsView Video11/26/11Haynesfield4thAqu81 mileDCigar Mile-G1 3+ MTo Honor and ServeHymn BookCalibrachoa1:33.89
View DetailsView Video10/22/11Haynesfield1stBel91 1/8 mDEmpire Classic 3+ M (S)HaynesfieldGreen MonsterJohannesburg Smile1:49.08
View DetailsView Video05/30/11Haynesfield5thBel101 mileDMetropolitan Hcp. (Met Mile)-G1 3+ MTizwayRodmanCaixa Eletronica1:32.90
View DetailsView Video04/30/11Haynesfield4thBel91 mileDWestchester-G3 3+ MCaixa EletronicaConvocationSchoolyard Dreams1:34.26
View DetailsView Video11/27/10Haynesfield2ndAqu91 mileDCigar Mile-G1 3+ MJersey TownHaynesfieldGirolamo1:34.43
View DetailsView Video11/06/10Haynesfield11thCD111 1/4 mDBreeders Cup Classic-G1 3+ MBlameZenyattaFly Down2:02.28
View DetailsView Video10/02/10Haynesfield1stBel101 1/4 mDJockey Club Gold Cup-G1 3+ MHaynesfieldBlameFly Down2:02.48
View DetailsView Video08/07/10Haynesfield4thSar101 1/8 mDWhitney Handicap-G1 3+ MBlameQuality RoadMusket Man1:48.88
View DetailsView Video07/03/10Haynesfield1stBel91 1/8 mDSuburban Handicap-G2 3+ MHaynesfieldConvocationI Want Revenge1:48.52
View Details06/13/10Haynesfield1stBel31 mileDAlwOC 3+ M (S)HaynesfieldGiant MoonGroomedforvictory1:34.69
View Details11/21/09Haynesfield1stAqu81 1/8 mDDiscovery Handicap -G3 3 MHaynesfieldBad ActionGone Astray1:50.10
View Details10/24/09Haynesfield1stBel101 1/8 mDEmpire Classic 3+ M (S)HaynesfieldRuffinoUndocumented1:50.76
View Details10/02/09Haynesfield2ndBel36 1/2 fDSir Keys Stakes 3+ MBe BullishHaynesfieldLegal Consent1:15.96
View DetailsView Video03/07/09Haynesfield8thAqu91 1/16 mDGotham-G3 3 MI Want RevengeImperial CouncilMr. Fantasy1:42.65
View Details02/07/09Haynesfield1stAqu81 1/16 mDWhirlaway Stakes 3 MHaynesfieldCellar DwellerMike From Queens1:44.48
View Details01/03/09Haynesfield1stAqu81 70yDCount Fleet Stakes 3 MHaynesfieldJess Not JesseMike From Queens1:44.65
View Details12/07/08Haynesfield1stAqu81 70yDDamon Runyon 2 M (S)HaynesfieldFiddlers AfleetLegal Consent1:42.95
View Details09/25/08Haynesfield1stBel26 1/2 fDMSW 2 M (S)HaynesfieldLegal ConsentSmokin Hero1:16.34
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  • Sullivan · The first thing that sticks out when you look at Haynesfield is it looks like he is about to take a step forward. All of his body, and force seems to focus on his front feet. There is no doubt where this comes from -- Speightstown. Both share the high sprinter's hip that gives them so much power, and through that power speed. And his hip is a nice one. It is balanced, even if he parks a little like a saddlebred. He has a mildly defined gaskin and has rather upright pasterns, which are about 30 degrees too high. As we sweep forward we see just how much the photo makes him look like two different horses. he is not what one would call "balanced". He does have a somewhat attractive head that comes off a stunning neck that just flows into his withers. He has a defined shoulder but it is not especially, well, "together. Should we go to the left we see an oddly shaped chest, but if you look down you see muscled legs that fit his body -- the front half, that is -- beautifully. He has a nice knee and short cannons that will ensure soundness on dirt for years to come. His hooves are well set into nice, clean pasterns. In all we have a sire with fantastic soundness who was able to stretch his speed all the wayfrom 6.5 to 10 furlongs, competed for four seasons and who is valued enough by the experts at WinStar that they took him when they had his sire. Still, it should never be forgotten that form does fit function. While there are horses who run their conformational issues, the majority never even make it to the track. Should Haynesfield's nicking take after his father's, the two could complete a stunning father - son duo of success at stud that has not been seen in years, since the times of Fair Play and his son, the great Man O' War. · 1006 days ago
Thank you for the thrills especially that second Empire Classic! Enjoy the farm...
I don't think even the mighty Zenyatta could've caught him in the Jockey Club Gold Cup. He had such a wide lead, no wonder Blame couldn't catch him!
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  • stevebiscuit · Agreed Laz, with a better trip she would have easily won. The naysayers will pretend their trips were both perfect and that Blame didn't have home track advantage but that simply isn't so. Blame ran the race of his life to beat a 6 year old mare with a troubled trip who was IMO a little past her prime. Having home track advantage at Churchill is huge! Great horses like Skip Away and Snow Chief suffered their worst defeats a Churchill simply because they couldn't handle the surface. Zenyatta couldn't handle the surface, yet her class nearly pulled her through. Anyone who's watched Blame's races could see he's a much better horse at Churchill Downs. The only reason he won the Whitney was because Quality Road was asleep and conceding 5 lbs. I doubt many would argue that because Blame got dusted in the Super Derby and JCGC that Regal Ransom and Haynesfield were better racehorses. Most experts would agree that if Zenyatta and Blame faced off 9 more times Zenyatta(without interference) would win every time. Blame was a good horse, but there's a reason his name isn't mentioned along with Tiznow, Point Given, Ghostzapper, Invasor, Curlin, Rachel Alexandra, and Zenyatta as the best of the decade(let alone all time).. · 1693 days ago
  • CraigBradshaw · haynefields dominating '10 jcgc time would've put him a full length behind blame and zen if he had duplicated it in the '10 classic. · 1678 days ago
since his poor showing in the bcc last nov., this horse is slowing down in his performances. maybe dirt mile at cd.
I think Haynefield may dominate this year . Maybe H.O.Y campaign?
Toby Sheets announced that the son of Speighstown will get a rest and will not start until April or sometimes around there. Sheets said it's unlikely that he will start before April. Nothing was said but I think the Suburban should be a spot for him eventually.
I think he'll do well today, he just had a bad day on the whitney

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