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Here Comes Frazier

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Retired
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Kentucky (USA) by Copper Cap Farm, Inc.
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Here Comes Frazier

What the Nation is saying about Here Comes Frazier...

Amen! Kenny McPeek: "Here Comes Frazier is at a retirement farm in Arizona. He was the most talented and unluckiest horse in my career. He has a great life."
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  • goblin · I believe he is (or has been) at the Heart of Tucson facility. http://67.199.126.219/blog/?p=1553 · 444 days ago ·
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  • Floridaf · The incident with Randino today reminded me of this guy. Glad to hear that he's in retirement and doing okay. · 326 days ago ·
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Anything new on Here Comes Frazier?
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  • notobsessed · so no one wants him? · 555 days ago ·
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  • Mary Z. · He is a gelding that sustained a very serious injury. I'm not sure if he won't be adopted, but he is at a place where horses have been successfully rehabilitated, however he will not be racing again. You can check out their website for further info. · 555 days ago ·
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Surgery Oct. 13 on promising 2-year-old colt Here Comes Frazier to correct a multi-piece fracture of the right hock (tibia bone) was successful and the prognosis is good the son of Badge of Silver could eventually return to competition, according to trainer Ken McPeek’s office.Here Comes Frazier was...Read More
  • maribel1 · This was a very sad and unfortunate accident ...the horse looked very promising. Any word on where he is now ? Did he get retired ? · 663 days ago ·
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Saturday’s events during morning workouts at Gulfstream Park have weighed heavily on mind... Read More
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  • Floridaf · 12thCrown, I heard the same thing regarding Oaklawn, but not just for last year. Saturday morning was particularly bad for Gulfstream. Mucho Macho Man and rider had to navigate around two separate accidents while on the track. Hopefully this won't happen again. · 832 days ago ·
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  • travel_vic · often grouped random events are explained by lillogical means. Things happen and they are often grouped and that tells you little of the cause...Correlation is not causation · 832 days ago ·
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Trainer Ken McPeek said Magdalena Racing’s Here Comes Frazier sustained a compound fracture to his right hock when he hit the rail while leading the field in Sunday’s Bourbon Stakes (G3) on the grass.   “He has not had surgery yet,” McPeek said Monday morning of Here Comes Frazier, who was take...Read More
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  • bband · I wish nothing but the best for Here Comes Frazier. And I don't pretend to be a horse trainer, but after the incident, McPeek was quoted as saying "he had always been in front so he had never been hit with the whip." Maybe this was taken out of context, but you would think that you wouldn't put a whip in a jockey's hand unless you knew what the result would be. Can any trainers answer for me.... wouldn't it be standard practice to use the whip a bit in training just to get the horse used to it? Or is it so obvious that McPeek had to have been talking about the horse never being whipped in a race? · 917 days ago ·
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  • keeneland dan · bband I was thinking the same thing.... · 917 days ago ·
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Trainer Ken McPeek said Oct. 11 that Here Comes Frazier  is “doing good” as of late Monday afternoon and in stable condition at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital near Lexington. The 2-year-old colt was taken to the facility after a racing accident during the stretch run of the Oct. 9 Bourbon St...Read More
Horse would have won but he threw the jockey. Good thing they were okay!!!
  • yukichan · Sad outcome in the Bourbon: A few hours after the race, he was shipped to Rood and Riddle vet clinic, according to trainer Kenny McPeek. “He’s very lame," McPeek said. "He’s got a compound fracture of the right hock. He needs surgery and we're not sure whether he can make it back. It’s career-threatening and possibly life-threatening..” Read more: http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/65453/bizarre-bourbon-won-by-maiden-animal-spirits#ixzz1aOS5NybL · 919 days ago ·
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  • RuffianIŁourdes · Poor baby :( I hope he will be O.K. · 918 days ago ·
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Animal Spirits, trained by Al Stall Jr. and ridden by Robby Albarado, rallied from far off the pace to take the Bourbon, covering the 1 1/16 miles on a firm turf course in 1:44.24.   The race was marred when longtime leader and second choice Here Comes Frazier attempted to jump the inside rail ...Read More

Here Comes Frazier - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
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Race
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View DetailsView Video10/09/11Here Comes Frazier12thKee81 1/16 mTBourbon-G3 2 MAnimal SpiritsCoalportLucky Chappy1:44.24
View DetailsView Video09/05/11Here Comes Frazier1stAP76 fSMSW 2 MHere Comes FrazierRojo VerdeOptionality1:11.03