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What the Nation is saying about Super Saver...

How hard is it for a jockey to win the Kentucky Derby? Read More
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  • Stagedoorjohnny · Jockeys having a hard time winning the KY Derby? How about trainers as well? Mr. Asmussen (Tapiture) is 0 for 10 or Mr. Pletcher is 1 for 29. Or even Cal-breds...nothing in 51 years. · 7 hours ago ·
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  • AndyScoggin · Stagedoorjohnny, I did the trainer article a few weeks ago and yes, it is just as hard for trainers! · 1 hour ago ·
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As the Kentucky Derby prep season continues to heat up, we look at the top TimeformUS speed figures turned in by this year's three-year-old crop.Read More
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  • icyhotboo · When they say they incorporate pace into their speed figures, and their top two speed figures for 2013 are given to a horse running loose on the lead, what's to wonder about? · 49 days ago ·
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  • buzzcat859 · these #s will change after the Swale LOL · 49 days ago ·
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Half brothers and sisters to grade one winners Better Lucky, Rachel Alexandra, Violence, Super Saver and My Miss Aurelia will be making their maiden debuts this weekend.Read More
Update on 14 colts & fillies selected from the 2013 Keeneland Yearling Sale.Read More
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  • AndyScoggin · That just shows how tough it is to actually get the horse you want with all the outs and RNAs. It will be fun to follow your picks to see how they run. I look forward to seeing you again at BC13! · 205 days ago ·
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  • CauseForConcern · Laurie, I have not been one to anticipate yearling sales in the past, but your article drew some interest. I was disappointed in the early retirement of Majesticperfection. He had beaten the eventual BC Sprint Champ, Big Drama, with ease, prior to his retirement due to injury. He was bought by Airdrie Stables, and, I think, this might be his first crop. Did you, by chance, spot any offspring of his at this sale? · 205 days ago ·
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Not all of tomorrow's stars will cost huge money. Let's take a look at some of the diamonds in the rough selling at this year's Keeneland September sale.Read More
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  • rl.studfarmpk · il lie good horses · 207 days ago ·
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  • CauseForConcern · Laurie, I have not been one to anticipate yearling sales in the past, but your article drew some interest. I was disappointed in the early retirement of Majesticperfection. He had beaten the eventual BC Sprint Champ, Big Drama, with ease, prior to his retirement due to injury. He was bought by Airdrie Stables, and, I think, this might be his first crop. Did you, by chance, spot any offspring of his at this sale? Otherwise, thanks for enlightening me with your insight, and educating me in an area where I have not had any experience. · 206 days ago ·
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i just wish he would have won a race after the derby. do you think his derby win was a fluke because Lookin at Lucky got a crappy trip?
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  • travel_vic · Races are the result of the sum total of what happens from the time they load until they hit the wire...This colt was only one of FOUR in that entire field that qualified on the energy requirments of being 67.2 to 67.8 in medium energy...Suprising but true · 275 days ago ·
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  • amino998 · He got a perfect trip on the best part of the sloppy track. · 275 days ago ·
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Here are 4 of his yearlings that are for sale at FT... https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151593170368922&set=a.10151593167293922.1073741831.261791448921&type=1&theater
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  • Dressage3295 · Hard to judge with yearlings. They are such awkward, gangly things. The most beautiful, gorgeous horse I've ever known (mare) was one of the unappealing yearlings I have ever seen. · 276 days ago ·
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  • Dressage3295 · ***Owned not known (cant spell/speak today to save my life) · 276 days ago ·
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Does anyone know anything about Super Saver's half brother Superfection, a 3yo Medaglia D'Oro colt bought for $1.2 million at the Saratoga sale? I haven't heard anything.
In the past 10 years Super Saver in the only Kentucky Derby winner (excluding Barbaro for obvious reasons) to not end up in the money for the Preakness. I have a hard time seeing that pattern broken. Good luck to orb, and hopefully he'll move on to the Belmont for one heck of a race. Orb, WTC, Goldencents. Sorry, but I feel departig is horribly overclassed here.
While doing our analysis for the Kentucky Derby Super Screener, we came upon some interesting insights centered on the role of energy distribution profiles (running styles) and their impact on the outcome of the top four Kentucky Derby finishers.Read More
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  • travel_vic · that 1st fraction for fast shoule be 24 2/5 not 26 2/5 · 357 days ago ·
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  • travel_vic · Postional analysis would have stated that Giacomo was LATE and it was well known the the 3rd place colt, Afleet Alex was much later, Fusaichi, Charismatic, Funny CIde, War Emblem, Super Saver, Smarty Jones, Monarchos all had the SAME average prep % medians and some of the ridiculous LATE ones like Pyro, Sweetnorthernsaint, were too too late as were those too early like Bellamy Road, Lion Heart and Hard Spun...To late and too early for the WIN, now Barbaro was all over the map and the Brown frankencolt was high at 67.8 -to 68.9, but just barely · 357 days ago ·
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A win in a 50 point race deserves a spot but when should they be considered legitimate contenders?Read More
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  • charliep · The San Felipe is not at all a good indicator of success in the kentucky Derby. In the last 25 years, only 2 winners have won the Derby, those being Sunday Silence (who won the Santa Anita Derby) and Fusiachi Pegausus (who won the Wood). Alysheba ran 2nd in the 1987 San Felipe to Chart The Stars. · 402 days ago ·
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  • charliep · The 3rd place finisher in the Bredders Cup Juvenile should get AT LEAST as many points as the horse that wins the San Felipe or the Tampa Bay Derby. We're talking about a Grade 1 champioship race versus a couple of Grade 2 races, one of which (Tampa Derby) should be a Grade 3. · 402 days ago ·
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Can a bevy of young talent, led by Shanghai Bobby, Violence, and Overanalyze, help turn around the top trainer's luck and career record in the Kentucky DerbyRead More
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  • On The Gallop's · I never buy into the Pletcher hype during Derby prep Season, or Derby day itself if he has horses in the gate. · 414 days ago ·
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  • icyhotboo · On The Gallop's, wear and tear on thoroughbreds is more on dirt than turf, how can you compare apples to oranges? · 414 days ago ·
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Is the Tampa Bay Derby the right spot for Verrazano?Read More
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  • travel_vic · learn about evaporation and water in the air, my goodness http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dew_point · 424 days ago ·
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  • buds · Like all other races, if Verrazano is best on that day he will win, itdoesnt matter if they run under sea level or at mile high stadium. Pletcher has a tough situation, he needs to get points for all 10 of his TC nominated horses, without knocking himself out of the field. · 424 days ago ·
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Let's take a look at some Kentucky Derby facts and trends to look out for as the 2013 road to the roses begins...Read More
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  • Armada · The image used for this article fits very well with Animal Kingdom, Muchu Macho Man, and Shackleford all there. All whom have done so well since that picture was taken. And of course you cant discount Nehro, whom we will hopefully see next year. All top four finishers. I think it is a much stronger crop than I did back then. · 503 days ago ·
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  • DeltaT · I think with the new Kentucy Derby point system we will see a more often raced horse winning the Derby. At the same time we also may see points chasing/shipping more this Derby trail too with smaller barns and shallower pocket owners giving way to the bigger better funded connections. · 494 days ago ·
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Have we already forgotten who won the Kentucky Derby, and the fact that he is perfect so far in 2012?Read More
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  • Secretariatlvr73 · he reminds me of Secretariat when he came from behind................one can only hope!I name does stand out in his pedigree........PrinceQuillo......same one with Secretariat. · 702 days ago ·
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  • buckpasser · There are many horses even some of the great ones that just didn't get recognition. assault was one who wasnt even the favorite for his tc sweep. I like I'll have Another and CC as well · 701 days ago ·
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From 1987 to 2011, the average winning Kentucky Derby Beyer was 109. Until 2009, it was really a given that the winner had to get into that range. No more. Once is an aberration. Four times is a pattern. Mine That Bird got a 105 when he won in 2009 by 6 3/4 lengths. Which means the rest of them ran ...Read More
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  • goblin · To clarify--anabolic steroids were banned in the fall of 2008, so the next Derby was the first run without their usage. · 707 days ago ·
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  • cocoa2 · Quite a thought, goblin. · 707 days ago ·
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Supersaver had a colt. What did they name that colt?
Gemologist is coming into the 2012 Kentucky Derby at the top of his game. He boast a top class pedigree and an undefeated record. I believe Saturday will be the day he proves just how much class and talent he has.Read More
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  • Capiche · Could be the sequel to Tiznow/Giant Causeway if Gemologist amd Creative Cause hook up down the stretch · 714 days ago ·
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  • AliceReynolds · Wonderful Scott!! I have a GREAT feeling about Gemologist; that "Tim-Tiznow" feeling!! · 713 days ago ·
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This blog edition takes a look at some signature events that have transpired over the last 137 years. Consider this if you will, a Trackside text scrapbook about the “Run for the Roses." January 1st, 1872—Col. Meriwether Lewis Clark Jr., grandson of William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, b...Read More
WinStar Farm is very pleased to announce the “homecoming” of Hedge Fund, the full brother to the 2010 Kentucky Derby winner, Super Saver. Here is a touching video showing the arrival of Hedge Fund at WinStar Farm: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVga4bFbnbI   According to Bill Casner, Chair...Read More
  • bzbillzack · I think it is kind and generous of Mr. Casner and Winstar to take care of retired racehorses the way they do! It is only morally right for a horse that has given his ALL for his owner's satisfaction, that the owner should reciprocate and do his or her best by the horse!!! · 769 days ago ·
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Super Saver - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
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View DetailsView Video08/28/10Super Saver10thSar121 1/4 mDTravers-G1 3 MAfleet ExpressFly DownFirst Dude2:03.28
View DetailsView Video08/01/10Super Saver4thMth121 1/8 mDHaskell Invitational -G1 3 MLookin At LuckyTrappe ShotFirst Dude1:49.83
View DetailsView Video05/15/10Super Saver8thPim121 3/16 mDPreakness Stakes-G1 3 MLookin At LuckyFirst DudeJackson Bend1:55.47
View DetailsView Video05/01/10Super Saver1stCD111 1/4 mDKentucky Derby-G1 3 MSuper SaverIce BoxPaddy O'Prado2:04.45
View DetailsView Video04/10/10Super Saver2ndOP91 1/8 mDArkansas Derby-G1 3 MLine Of DavidSuper SaverDublin1:49.37
View DetailsView Video03/13/10Super Saver3rdTam111 1/16 mDTampa Bay Derby-G3 3 MOdysseusSchoolyard DreamsSuper Saver1:44.31
View DetailsView Video11/28/09Super Saver1stCD111 1/16 mDKentucky Jockey Club-G2 2 MSuper SaverWilliam's KittenWorldly1:42.83
View DetailsView Video10/10/09Super Saver4thBel91 mileDChampagne-G1 2 MHomeboykrisDiscreetly MineAspire1:35.12
View DetailsView Video09/11/09Super Saver1stBel41 mileDMSW 2 MSuper SaverTuvia's ForceWorld Record1:38.20
View DetailsView Video08/22/09Super Saver2ndSar86 1/2 fDMSW 2 MDiscreetly MineSuper SaverFlexthegoldenpipes1:16.80