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Honest Man, a multiple graded stakes, has been retired from racing to stand in 2011 at Jay Adcock’s Red River Farms near Coushatta, La. The 6-year-old son of Unbridled's Song will stand for $2,000.A $700,000 Keeneland September sale yearling, Honest Man recorded six triple-digit Beyer Speed Figures....Read More
Adele Dilschneider and Claiborne Farm’s Blame unleashed a furious drive in the final eighth of a mile to surge past favored Battle Plan by three-quarters of a length to win the 29th running of the $671,700 Stephen Foster Handicap (GI) for 3-year-olds and up on Saturday afternoon at Churchill Downs.Read More
  • gardenesque1 · Great effort by Blame. I did not think he was going to catch Battle Plan but he finished full of run. Interesting that Rachel Alexandra ran faster (1:48.78) in the Fleur de Lis. Blame completed his nine furlong journey in 1:49.37. Take nothing away from the sharp Foster winner but I think Rachel would've beat the boys. The second half of the year is suddenly exciting with such stars as Blame, Quality Road, a resurgent Rachel, and Zenyatta on top of their games. · 1488 days ago ·
  • rossington · If I had to put out rankings today, after the races this weekend. I'd say that Quality Road is the top older male in America on conventional dirt. But Blame, after this impressive win in the Stephen Foster Handicap, would certainly be breathing down Quality Road's neck now for that top slot. I don't think it's even close for older males on synthetics. Rail Trip is dominating everyone out west that races him over the synthetic tracks in California. But mathematics don't lie. 17 for 17 is not an easy feat to accomplish. I don't care if you're racing donkeys night in and night out. I'd have Zenyatta rated as the top older horse, or horse period, in America, male or female, outright. And she'd stay at the top of that list until someone proves that she can be beat. Rachel Alexandra ran a very nice race in the Fleur di Lis at Churchill Downs. Certainly looking more improved. But I'm not sure she'd be at the top of any of my list just yet. Because don't forget, she lost her first two races to fillies and mares that should've been far inferior to her. So I'm not going to slap her right back towards the top, just because she finally won a race in 2010. She's still only 1 for 3. That's not the numbers of a top class thoroughbred. Especially given the fact that she had to drop down to a Grade 2 level race to get that win. TJMO. · 1486 days ago ·
Multiple Grade 2 winner BLAME (Arch) will bring a three-race winning streak into the $600,000 Stephen Foster H. (G1), including an excellent victory in the Clark H. (G2) at Churchill Downs last fall, and rates as the horse to beat in Saturday's 1 1/8-mile event. However, the Al Stall Jr. runner didn...Read More
  • medlocke · Should he win the Stephen Foster Handicap at Churchill Downs today? I think that Blame would then have to be the only other older colt that would potentially be considered at the level that Quality Road is at right now racing over conventional dirt. Quality Road's achievements are more impressive because he has more than one Grade 1 victory to his credit. Blame, while having won 5 of 6 races over conventional dirt, and his only loss being a 2nd to Regal Ransom in the Super Derby, has yet to land a Grade 1 Stakes. He has three Grade 2 win's. One Grade 3 win. Plus, he also has one allowance win and a win in the Curlin Stakes, which is a listed stakes. But I don't think there's any question that Blame is colt that's more than ready to face Grade 1 competition. The Stephen Foster Handicap should be a very good gauge as to how this colt will handle the step up in competition. Should he win the Stephen Foster today? I'd love the prospect of Blame going to Saratoga as well this summer and potentially facing Quality Road in either the Whitney Handicap or the Woodward Stakes. Which are the two races that Todd Pletcher has stated Quality Road will race in at Saratoga this summer. · 1489 days ago ·
While the connections of Rachel Alexandra are still undecided about which stakes race the filly will run in June 12, two Churchill Downs events for which the Horse of the Year is being considered are taking shape. According to Churchill Downs racing officials, eigh...Read More
  • medlocke · If Blame were to win the Stephen Foster Handicap? That would make him 6 for 7 lifetime, with 1 place, all over conventional dirt, should he win? If he does, I think you'd have to then put him as the top contender among older males that could potentially rate with Quality Road. His stat's are as equally impressive as Quality Road's right now as far as win's, place, and shows. Except Blame has yet to win a Grade 1 Stakes race. He has three Grade 2, and one Grade 3 Stakes win's in his five lifetime wins. But winning the Stephen Foster Handicap would give him his first Grade 1 win. I really believe you'd then have to start thinking about sending this colt to Saratoga for the Whitney Handicap or the Woodward Stakes to take his shot at Quality Road for the #1 older male on conventional dirt in America. Should he get the job done at Churchill Downs in the Stephen Foster Handicap? TJMO. · 1493 days ago ·
Monday’s 118th running of the Grade 1, $500,000 Metropolitan Handicap is shaping up to be a stellar renewal, with Grade 1 Carter winner Warrior’s Reward, 2009 Dwyer and Jim Dandy winner Kensei, Gulfstream Park Handicap victor You and I Forever, and the 1-4 finishers in the Westchester – Le Grand Cru...Read More
H. Allen Jerkens has pulled off an upset or two in his Hall of Fame career, and Friday’s Opening Day at Belmont Park was no exception as he sent out 27-1 Le Grand Cru to capture the 82nd running of the Grade 3, $100,000 Westchester, the trainer’s sixth victory in the race.   Jerkens, whose fir...Read More
His connections may be different, but Bribon will attempt the same goal Friday as he did at this time last year: win the Grade 3, $100,000 Westchester on opening day at Belmont Park.   In 2009, the French-bred gelding made three winter starts at Gulfstream Park, and then used a victory in the&...Read More
It's a Bird became racing's newest millionaire when he flew past six challengers to win the $500000 Grade II Oaklawn Handicap for older horses Saturday afternoon at Oaklawn Park. Julien Leparoux guided It's a Bird to a ...Read More
Also hoping to rebound off an eighth-place finish in that race is Honest Man, the betting favorite who had trouble handling the Fair Grounds slop. The other starters for the nine-furlong Oaklawn Handicap are Catmantoo, Prom Shoes, and Jonesboro, third, ...Read More
3/15/2009 Friesan Fire doing well; Giant Oak likely off trail Brisnet.com Louisiana Derby (G2) winner FRIESAN FIRE (AP Indy), along with the two other Larry Jones horses who ran at Fair Grounds Saturday, came out of their races well, according to Jones' wife and assistant trainer Cindy. "All three h...Read More
3/14/2009 Macho Again Runs 'em Down in NO Handicap BloodHorse, KY 24 at Gulfstream Park. The Dallas Stewart trainee has been winless since winning the Jim Dandy by a half-length at Saratoga last July. During his sophomore campaign, Macho Again was runner-up to Big Brown in the Preakness (gr. .....Read More
2/27/2009 Jones charges gearing up for Louisiana Derby Day Brisnet.com With FRIESAN FIRE (AP Indy) leading the parade, trainer Larry Jones continues to have a strong hand showing on the table for Louisiana Derby Day, set for March 14 at Fair Grounds. "Friesan Fire will probably work again Monday mor...Read More

Honest Man - Race Results & Past Performances

View DetailsView Video06/12/10Honest Man9thCD101 1/8 mDStephen Foster Handicap-G1 4+ MBlameBattle PlanGeneral Quarters1:49.37
View Details04/30/10Honest Man4thBel81 mileDWestchester-G3 4+ MLe Grand CruConvocationIronman Jon1:34.89
View DetailsView Video04/04/09Honest Man6thOP101 1/8 mDOaklawn Handicap-G2 4+ MIt's A BirdRunforthedoeJonesboro 
View DetailsView Video03/14/09Honest Man8thFG71 1/8 mDNew Orleans Hcp.-G2 4+ MMacho AgainSecret GetawayIt's A Bird1:50.21
View DetailsView Video02/07/09Honest Man1stFG61 1/16 mDMineshaft Hcp.-G3 4+ MHonest ManGood And LuckyBrothers Nicholas1:44.16
View DetailsView Video01/10/09Honest Man3rdFG61 1/16 mDLouisiana Handicap 4 MGood And LuckySecret GetawayHonest Man1:43.46
View Details09/27/08Honest Man4thTP101 1/8 mSKentucky Cup Classic-G2 3+ MZanjeroExtreme SupremeCanela1:49.27
View Details08/16/08Honest Man1stMth91 1/8 mDPhilip H. Iselin-G3 3+ MHonest ManGrasshopperKiss The Kid1:49.12
View DetailsView Video07/05/08Honest Man3rdMth111 mileDSalvator Mile-G3 3+ MNotional Gottcha GoldHonest Man1:35.84
View Details01/05/08Honest Man1stFG81 1/16 mDAlwOC 4+ MHonest ManCatmantooAbsent Friend1:44.94