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Recurring Dream

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Bred:
New York (USA) by Flying Zee Stables
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Rating:
4.34/10  

Recurring Dream - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View Details09/21/12Recurring Dream4thBel26 fDAlwOC 3+ MThe Prize FighterReadytodeferTug of War1:09.46
View Details08/10/12Recurring Dream2ndSar86 1/2 fDAlwOC 3+ MSaratoga SnacksRecurring DreamWee Freudian1:16.44
View Details07/30/12Recurring Dream4thSar96 fDAlwOC 3+ MNotmyfirstimeReadytodeferMineswept1:09.18
View Details05/26/12Recurring Dream6thBel16 1/2 fDAlwOC 3+ M (S)SailmateSmokin HeroMoonlight Song1:15.83
View Details05/09/12Recurring Dream3rdBel21 mileDAlwOC 3+ M (S)This Hard LandGood KarmaRecurring Dream1:36.62
View Details03/31/12Recurring Dream1stAqu86 1/2 fDAllow 3+ M (S)Recurring DreamReadytodeferFlo's Greatness1:19.25
View Details03/04/12Recurring Dream1stAqu96 fDMSW 3 M (S)Recurring DreamReadthebylineEasy Street1:11.61
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Older Comments about Recurring Dream...

In answer to PP. Mine is 4 and had a short and unsuccessful racing career. Bleeding was his issue. But he'll make up as a nice three day horse or a field hunter. Works for me.
I'm following this horse because I have his mentally very stable and delightful half brother by Aptitude. I'm a little tired of tuning in to watch him race for one stride. They should send him to me, as he obviously doesn't want to race any more.
  • Pittsburg Phil · Well, good luck Madeline. Hope you have a bit more success with the half-brother than Mr Misa jr and Ed Barker have had with this bloke. What pains me is that the horse really can run. He won his first 2 starts and he's run some very good figs in a couple of other runs before he developed his bad habits. How old is your fellow? Has he been named yet? If he's got the ability of Recurring Dream without the waywardness you'll certainly pick up a few good races with him. · 1306 days ago
When is this terminal pest going to be banned from racing?
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  • cocoa2 · If you care so much about maturity your comment was quite hypocritical. I don't attack anyone. This was no attack. My only attack on this site was calling Dressage a bitch which I apologize for. · 1308 days ago
  • cocoa2 · Attacks are personal. They are to someone, not their information. If you were beyond "people such as" me bugging you, you wouldn't have responded. Food for though, gut shabbes. · 1308 days ago
As a matter of fact, no. I didn't back him this time. I lost my cash on him at his previous start when he unseated the rider after bolting sideways at the start. I judiciously avoided him this time because of his bad behaviour. And guess what? He did exactly the same thing again. That's the third time in his last seven starts that this horse (who undoubtedly has some ability) has dumped his rider at the start. I think this horse is trying to tell his connections and the racing authorities that he has lost all interest in racing, and the sooner he is banned the better it will be for all concerned. I'm sure Eddie Castro, Irad Ortiz and the jockey who rode him this time, K.Singh, will all be glad to see this nutjob removed from the sport. This is an occupational health and safety issue. It's only a matter of time before he brings down an entire field.
They should change this horse's name to Recurring Nightmare.

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