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What the Nation is saying about Revolutionary...

Will Take Charge survived a protracted stewards inquiry and objections from jockeys Mike Smith and Gary Stevens to capture the Oaklawn Handicap on Saturday.Read More
  • slodownjobrown · One of the easier calls that a steward would have to make. "Brushed with Golden Lad" doesn't begin to tell the story. Golden Lad was eliminated, and there is a reasonable chance that it cost Revolutionary the race. · 6 days ago ·
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Reigning 3-year-old Champion Will Take Charge has been installed as the even-money choice for the $600,000 Oaklawn Handicap on Saturday.Read More
The Racing Festival of the South participants from the stables of Bill Mott, Todd Pletcher and Mark Casse went out on the Oaklawn Park racing strip Wednesday morning to stretch their legs and are all acclimating nicely to their surroundings.Read More
on April 6, Revolutionary worked 4F at Palm Meadows on Fast Dirt in :50.20 b finishing 20/24.
Repole Stable's multiple graded stakes winning filly Stopchargingmaria has settled in nicely at Oaklawn Park since arriving Monday and is good to go for Saturday's $400,000 Fantasy Stakes (G3), which offers the opportunity to earn qualifying points for the Kentucky Oaks (G1).Read More
on March 30, Revolutionary worked 4F at Palm Meadows on Fast Dirt in :49.45 b finishing 29/35.
I thought he was going to the Skip Away? Would have been a perfect spot for him.
Dogwood Stable’s Palace Malice, hero of last spring’s Belmont Stakes as the final jewel of racing’s 2013 Triple Crown, has been assigned the top impost of 121 pounds for next Saturday’s 90th running of the Grade II New Orleans Handicap on Louisiana Derby Day at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots.Read More
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  • AmbitiousD · I apologize if I have not explained this clearly. Ratings in Hong Kong are not speed ratings for races like Beyers are here. Think of them more like rankings in the BCS system for college football. But in your specific example, a horse that races in graded stakes will be rated in the top tier of horses in HK, as its a prerequisite. The priority for filling stakes races is the rating system. So a G2 caliber horse would likely be rated in the 90-100 range, however if the field will be filled based on the ratings of the horses nominated. So if a specific horse carries a rating of 90, he will be entered into a graded stakes field only if it does not fill with horses that are rated higher than him. if the field is full with horses rated higher, then that horse can be an AE or opt to run in high class handicap to try and increase its individual rating. The HK system is specially designed so that "allowance" (aka ratings 0-80) cannot openly engage in competition against stakes level horses (typically ratings 80+). They have to increase their ratings through continually improving agains their own level of competition and "rising through the ranks" so to speak. · 24 days ago ·
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  • ekindy · Just my opinion of course, but in this race I see the post positions and weather as having a far greater effect on the outcome than the weights assigned. The weights are just not high enough to have that serious of an effect on the placings, especially at 9 furlongs. I'm going with Golden Soul because I think PM will have a hard time overcoming his outside post and the slop. Bradester would not surprise me either, but I'm expecting the speed to break down some in the final furlong, especially if Smith fights to get PM out front and they battle early. Of course I'll wait to see how the track plays out, if it's good or better then I'll have to consider NI. · 23 days ago ·
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Multiple Eclipse Award-winning trainer Todd Pletcher, currently the leader in North America in money earned, is sending three horses from his powerhouse stable for the final day of the Racing Festival of the South April 12.Read More
on March 23, Revolutionary worked 4F at Palm Meadows on Fast Dirt in :48.30 b finishing 3/50.
It may be a year late, but I have no doubt that Palace Malice and Cot Campbell deserve a big win together in the Big Easy.Read More
on March 8, Revolutionary worked 4F at Palm Meadows on Fast Dirt in :48.60 b finishing 10/69.
on March 2, Revolutionary worked 4F at Palm Meadows on Fast Dirt in :48.70 b finishing 14/52.
Lea ran his fast dirt record to a perfect 2-for-2 and set a new track record in winning the Grade 1 Donn Handicap in front-running style.Read More
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  • dan.agostino.9 · the track was lightning fast all day, Groupie Doll went 1:14 and change under wraps the lasts 1/16th of a mile. · 68 days ago ·
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  • Floridaf · Groupie Doll was aided in her final time by the pacesetter putting up such lightning fast splits. I don't know that I'd say the track was lightning fast all day. Groupie Doll and Little Alexis got close to the track records for the respective distances, but other than them and Lea, the other final dirt times were well off the mark. · 68 days ago ·
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I'm going with him and Romansh.
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  • buzzcat859 · what did u think of my track record prediction. got lucky didnt i. have u ever met anyone that predicted a track record 4 days in advance going 1 1/8???? lol · 68 days ago ·
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  • travel_vic · yes · 68 days ago ·
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Will Take Charge will face 10 rivals in his 2014 debut in the Grade 1 Donn Handicap at Gulfstream Park.Read More
I justed watched Revolutionarys last out.LOOK who he beat and how easy it was never tuched once you can bet your last dollar the big dog wants this one bad and he will have him ready
Today's Donn Handicap has drawn a tough field and while most of the attention is on Will Take Charge, horses like Revolutionary pose a big threatRead More
Does this guy have a shot in the Donn?
Recently crowned champion Will Take Charge faces 10 foes in his 2014 debut in the Grade I Donn Handicap at Gulfstream Park on Sunday afternoon.Read More

Revolutionary - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View Details04/12/14Revolutionary2ndOP101 1/8 mDOaklawn Handicap-G2 4+ MWill Take ChargeRevolutionaryCarve1:49.55
View DetailsView Video02/09/14Revolutionary7thGP121 1/8 mDDonn Handicap-G1 4+ MLeaWill Take ChargeViramundo1:35.30
View DetailsView Video01/11/14Revolutionary1stGP21 mileDAlwOC 4+ MRevolutionaryFalling SkyViramundo1:35.07
View DetailsView Video06/08/13Revolutionary5thBel111 1/2mDBelmont Stakes-G1 3 MPalace MaliceOxbowOrb2:30.70
View DetailsView Video05/04/13Revolutionary3rdCD121 1/4 mDKentucky Derby-G1 3 MOrbGolden SoulRevolutionary2:02.89
View DetailsView Video03/30/13Revolutionary1stFG91 1/8 mDLouisiana Derby-G2 3 MRevolutionaryMyluteDeparting1:50.28
View DetailsView Video02/02/13Revolutionary1stAqu91 1/16 mDWithers -G3 3 MRevolutionaryEscapefromrealitySiete De Oros1:44.32
View DetailsView Video12/28/12Revolutionary1stAqu21 mileDMSW 2 MRevolutionaryTransparentInmyfathersimage1:36.52
View DetailsView Video11/24/12Revolutionary3rdAqu21 mileDMSW 2 MOrbFreedom ChildRevolutionary1:38.73
View Details10/28/12Revolutionary2ndBel46 fDMSW 2 MLittle DistortedRevolutionaryMain Man Mike1:09.72
View DetailsView Video09/03/12Revolutionary3rdSar65 1/2 fDMSW 2 MAlways In A TizClawbackRevolutionary1:04.13