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View DetailsView Video06/21/14Joshua Tree7thAsc31 1/2mTHardwicke Stakes-G2 4+ MTelescopeHillstarPether's Moon2:27.45
View DetailsView Video06/07/14Joshua Tree7thEps31 1/2mTCoronation Cup-G1 4+ MCirrus des AiglesFlintshireMy Ambivalent2:34.86
View DetailsView Video04/27/14Joshua Tree5thLon51 5/16 mTPrix Ganay-G1 4+ MCirrus des AiglesTreveNorse King2:14.13
View DetailsView Video03/29/14Joshua Tree11thMey32 milesTDubai Gold Cup-G2 3+ MCerterachCavalrymanStar Empire3:23.14
View DetailsView Video03/08/14Joshua Tree6thMey71 1/4 mSAl Maktoum Challenge - Rd. 3-G1 3+ MPrince BishopSanshaawesSurfer2:04.23
View DetailsView Video11/24/13Joshua Tree17thTok111 1/2mTJapan Cup-G1 3+ MGentildonnaDenim and RubyTosen Jordan2:26.10
View DetailsView Video10/27/13Joshua Tree1stWO101 1/2mTCanadian International-G1 3+ MJoshua TreeHyperSeismos2:35.45
View DetailsView Video10/06/13Joshua Tree13thLon51 1/2mTPrix De l'Arc de Triomphe-G1 3+ MTreveOrfevreIntello2:32.04
View DetailsView Video08/18/13Joshua Tree2ndDea61 7/8 mTPrix Kergorlay-G2 3+ MVeremaJoshua TreeDance Moves3:22.09
View DetailsView Video06/23/13Joshua Tree10thSai51 1/2mTGrand Prix de Saint-Cloud-G1 4+ MNovellistDunadenHaya Landa2:31.12
View DetailsView Video06/01/13Joshua Tree3rdEps31 1/2mTCoronation Cup-G1 4+ MSt Nicholas AbbeyDunadenJoshua Tree2:37.76
View DetailsView Video05/17/13Joshua Tree6thYor31 3/4 mTYorkshire Cup-G2 4+ MGlen's DiamondTop TripRoyal Diamond3:01.39
View DetailsView Video12/09/12Joshua Tree9thSha41 1/2mTHong Kong Vase-G1 3+ MRed CadeauxJaguar MailMeandre2:28.73
View DetailsView Video10/14/12Joshua Tree1stWO101 1/2mTCanadian International-G1 3+ MJoshua TreeDandinoForte Dei Marmi2:30.89
View DetailsView Video09/16/12Joshua Tree3rdLon31 1/2mTPrix Foy-G2 4+ MOrfevreMeandreJoshua Tree2:34.26
View DetailsView Video08/19/12Joshua Tree1stDea61 7/8 mTPrix Kergorlay-G2 3+ MJoshua TreeBrigantinShahwardi3:17.70
View DetailsView Video07/12/12Joshua Tree2ndNewJ41 1/2mTPrincess of Wales Stakes-G2 3+ MFiorenteJoshua TreeRed Cadeaux2:33.76
View DetailsView Video06/10/12Joshua Tree4thSsi21 1/2mTGran Premio di Milano-G1 3+ MEarl Of TinsdalQuiza Quiza QuizaVadamar2:30.00
View Details05/27/12Joshua Tree4thLon61 15/16mTPrix Vicomtesse Vigier-G2 4+ MIvory LandUsueloPrairie Star3:26.69
View DetailsView Video03/31/12Joshua Tree2ndMey32 milesTDubai Gold Cup-G3 3+ MOpinion PollJoshua TreeZanzamar3:23.73
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This 7yr. old monsterhas a bigshot at dubai sat. Take an exacta p/w 8/6,7,9,14 then 6,7,9,14/8 Should be on or near the lead for the whole 2 miles
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  • yukichan · Well congrats buzz...that process was very fascinating though. I'm good, I had $10 place on Calvaryman. · 1123 days ago
  • yukichan · Guess win/money means nothing to the ruler--but ruined my pick 3. · 1123 days ago
Wow this horse is a good one and ran big today winning 3 Canadian Internationals!
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  • EP Taylor · I read all the horses he has sired, and the Montjeu name is in great shape for the future. Fame and Glory, Leading Light, Camelot, St.Nicholas Abbey(HOPING), Joshua Tree, Green Moon, Masked Marvel..etc. Incredible list of runners he produced. This is the Same that I am hoping from the Dynaformer line. With his passing I am hoping his sons can continue on his legacy. · 1273 days ago
  • EP Taylor · Another Woodbine winner I am keeping an eye on at Stud is Redwood by High chaparral. He is standing in New Zealand I believe. Him, and So You Think I am hoping big things for. · 1273 days ago
ZATT's Star of the Week, is ... Joshua Tree!
  • jenna.heusi · Jenna's star of the week is recepta....of course i'm no zatt lol ;) · 1275 days ago
  • LAZMANNICK · Jenna you might not be ZATT, but a good friend of mine tells me that you are an extremely nice lady. I hear that you got to have your picture taken in the winner’s circle. A special moment to cherish. Good for you. · 1274 days ago
Three time winner of the Canadian International! Another sting for Frankie Dettori, but congrats to all involved!
  • travel_vic · It is ashamed that few celebrated it was 40 years ago that Secretariat won this race in the cold rain under Maple · 1275 days ago
  • travel_vic · On display in the Hall of Fame today was the official photo (my old job but film based) of the Belmont signed by Turcotte and his exercise rider...All four off the ground at the wire · 1275 days ago
Three time winner of the Canadian International! Another sting for Frankie Dettori, but congrats to all involved!
  • travel_vic · Don't fret and fround and scratch ones head, just always consider the IRISH BRED who got 5 our of the top six spots · 1275 days ago
  • Northport · okay... · 1275 days ago
Three time winner of the Canadian International! Another sting for Frankie Dettori, but congrats to all involved!
Joshua Tree and Solemia goes to the Japan Cup (over Breeder's Cup). JT's choice as reported by DRF.
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  • footlick · Japan Cup has more prestige to Euros than the BC does. · 1653 days ago
  • MarcelloMarocco · The Japan Cup is FAR more prestigeous to the Euro's and Dubai based horses then the BC no doubt. Winning the Japan Cup is probably right up there with The ARC, and King George. If Siyouma goes to the Breeders Cup Filly and Mare Turf she will whip that field badly. Even my favorite Girl Marketing Mix. · 1652 days ago
I was rail side for the Races at Woodbine yesterday, and let me tell you that Siyouma was absolutely stunning. She beat that solid field so easily, and she was not even blowing at the end. This is one VERY VERY good filly. As for Joshua Tree ...he got the PERFECT ride from Frankie, and the fractions were dreadfully slow, and it killed off any chance for horses like Reliable man, Wigmore Hall who like to run into a faster pace. Absolutely PERFECT from Frankie, and Joshua Tree. Got to FINALLY see the famous Dettori Dismount!
  • MarcelloMarocco · Oh and When they were loading in the gate, Imperial Monarch had a 7 horse entouage lead him to the gate....lol. He had the royal treatment the second he stepped on the course. · 1652 days ago
If the Breeders Cup moves to a track like Woodbine or other that is similar to European grass racing, you will see more Europeans come here. When you alternate between Churchill and Santa Anita, you are going to get less and less Euros. Japan is the place to be outside of Europe in my opinion. Given their breeding developments and the top notch horses they are producing, they will be soon at the pinnacle of racing.
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  • Buckpasser · Thanks yukichan for the information. Their incentive program is an excellent idea and I am not surprised that they would do this. · 1652 days ago
  • footlick · Hong Kong is also a big draw for both Euros and Aussies. · 1652 days ago
Leads them every step of the way!!! Who says that could not be done. Nice ride by Dettori!!
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  • AnnaK · Such a race for Joshua & Dettori to pull that off. Dandino was pretty damn good too. Glad that Forte Dei Marmi was in the mix too. · 1652 days ago
  • footlick · Dandino was my pick. · 1652 days ago
ZATT's Star of the Week, is ... Joshua Tree!
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  • travel_vic · The camera set up at Woodbine is simply unparalleled. Not only do they have the cameras required by law (upper pan, lower pan, front tower, apex and back tower) but they had a separate double system....The paddock profile by Miss Skinny, we call her, is as about as relevant as the Aussie group who follow Hong Kong racing. Good looks does not correlate to good run. · 1653 days ago
  • travel_vic · Miss Skinny is Dawn Lupul an equine commentator who got her start at Northlands Park in Edmonton. Soemwhat knowledgeable, she actually called the races last December at Woodbine, and to our surprise, was not all that shabby, race calling that is. · 1653 days ago
What can you say!! Joshua Tree loves the course at Woodbine and he loves this race. That's 2 wins and 1-2nd in 3 running's of the Canadian International for him, and he got a great ride from Mr.Clutch, Frankie Dettori, too. A mighty run from Dandino who closed like a shot on the outside for 2nd, too. Imperial Monarch looked well positioned enough by Ryan Moore and looked to have every chance. Just not good enough on the day. I think a bit more cut in the ground would've helped Imperial Monarch and Reliable Man's chances a good deal moor in this race, IMO.
Marco Botti lost his Dubai World Cup horse from the past 2 seasons when Gitano Hernando was transferred out of his barn after the 2011 Dubai World Cup to new owners. But he's got a one to replace the loss of GH that just recently transferred to his barn in Planteur, and Botti has already said he intends to make Planteur his 2012 Dubai World Cup horse. I don't think it will happen, but I wouldn't mind seeing him bring Excelebration over in March and let him stretch out from a mile to 9f for a crack at the Duty Free. I think another furlong would suite Excelebration real well, and I think he'd be a beast in the Duty Free. It's been having a good 12f turf horse for the Sheema Classic in the past 2 years that Botti's been lacking for, and IMO, he certainly has one in his barn since Joshua Tree left Qatar and returned to racing in Europe this season. Joshua Tree ran a strong race for 2nd behind Sara Lynx in the G1 Canadian International this year, and also had a respectable 3rd place finish in the G1 Preis Von Baden in a race that Danedream was just much the best. Which we now understand how she was after seeing her blitz this year's Arc field. After he won the 2010 Canadian International, I thought Joshua Tree should've gotten to race in last year's Sheema Classic, and I still believe he'd be a very viable contender if Marco Botti would let him run in this year's renewal.
Talk about a horse that going to be hitting to Dubai with a head of steam!! Joshua Tree is certainly that horse. I still can't believe that Ballydoyle let this colt go? Given how lightly raced he was, and how he kept improving with every race, and still has a huge potential for even more improvement. Joshua Tree ran outstanding races in the UK in both the G2 Great Voltigeur Stakes at York, and the G1 St. Leger at Doncaster. Then he went to Woodbine and beat another colt that's really running well in Redwood in the G1 Canadian International Stakes. Next was the Japan Cup, where Joshua Tree didn't really run that well. But it was a big field with a lot of traffic issues to overcome. What I would consider a throughout race. After the Japan Cup, Joshua Tree was sold from Ballydoyle where he shipped to Qatar. He ran 4th in the G1 Heir Apparent Trophy. Then in his second Qatar start yesterday, he won the biggest race in the country. The G1 Qatar International Invitational Cup under an impressive run. Joshua Tree took the field the 1-1/2 from pillar to post. If Snow Fairy and Buena Vista were going to be entered in this year's Sheema Classic, it would be hard for me to split the two, and I'd likely have them as co-favorites in the race. But given that both are likely to go to the Dubai World Cup instead of the Sheema Classic this year, I think that certainly makes Joshua Tree one of the betting favorites for the race. IMO, rivaled only by Godolphin's Mastery. Off of the back of his extremely impressive win in the G1 Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin back in December. JMO.
  • footlick · Thanks Medlocke. I enjoy your reporting for the UAE races. I've always liked Joshua Tree. Hope he keeps improving! I am relishing Snow Fairy and Buena Vista running in the DWC. Can't wait. Hope they both make it. · 2251 days ago

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