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War Pass

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War Pass
Lane's End

What the Horse Racing Nation is saying about War Pass...

Which horse was better War Pass or Rags to Riches
Making his first since the Belmont Stakes, Revolutionary returned a winner today at Gulfstream Park.Read More
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  • Floridaf · According to the Trakus information provided on the Gulfstream website, Revolutionary ran fractions of 24:28/46:91/1.10:34 and 1.22:43 for 7/8ths. By comparison, Falling Sky, the pacesetter, ran 23:78/46:41/1.09:84 and 1.22:16 for 7/8ths. · 95 days ago ·
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  • travel_vic · let me assure you NEVER get the fractions from Trakus. Ours is different to the teletimer, sometimes by almost .8 of a second. The signal can bounce, be blocked on the transmitter may have a weak battery. Our Trakus operator told me that Trakus fractions are used as SECONDARY back up to the time created by breaking the beams around the oval. · 95 days ago ·
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Well-bred and heroic, Revolutionary lived up to his name in the Withers Stakes. Will his pedigree and dogged determination carry him to the winners' circle of the Kentucky Derby?Read More
You are gone way too young. Rest in Peace champ.
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  • Sullivan · Saint Liam is my pick too, although I have always liked the Cherokee Runs · 320 days ago ·
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  • SSilence86 · War Pass is *my* choice, pretty impressive first crop.. Although Saint Liam is right there for me too · 320 days ago ·
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...HAVE LONG AWAITED THIS DAY.........///.JAMES JR..//..take him off the 3/4 pole and turn him lturn towards the winner circle
Java's War has won over turf and Polytrack, and run well on dirt, but does he have the pedigree and fortitude to win the Kentucky Derby?Read More
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  • catherine.mclarty.1 · He might have a chance to hit the board(not win) if the track turns up sloppy. His brother Revolutionary has a much better shot and I will use him. · 368 days ago ·
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  • billie.rensberger.108 · Churchill Downs' field is not keenland and vice versa. Loving the dirt for sure is what I look for and rue the day of the synthetic field for the bettor but know the horse benefits. It is not clear why to me. I'm looking for a "dirt baby." billie · 356 days ago ·
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Which first-crop sire is more likely to have this year's Kentucky Derby winner, Midnight Lute or War Pass? Laurie Ross and Brian Zipse discuss in Point/CounterpointRead More
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  • travel_vic · One never knows. Did Citation look like a good sire? Did Old Bob Bowers? · 366 days ago ·
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  • Capper · I think Midnight Lute is going to be a very influential sire going forward, but I think War Pass' offspring have the best chance for the 2013 roses. · 366 days ago ·
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Revolutionary was not the most impressive winner yesterday; Animal Kingdom and Dreaming of Julia saw to that. He hasn’t beaten the most impressive horses out there; the unheralded duo of Escapefromreality and Mylute were the second place finishers in his two stakes wins. He is not even the most high...Read More
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  • kedez2012 · I really like him, and that surprises me. I had actually favored Orb for a while, but I found myself talking about Revolutionary to a friend yesterday, and I realized just how high I am on him. I like that he does tend to get himself into trouble, but he also knows how to get out of it. Love those Lane's End breeds. · 383 days ago ·
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  • cab2536 · Old man Farish knows a thing or two about breeding nice, champion horses. · 383 days ago ·
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  • SSilence86 · https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151549804719973&set=a.10151549802099973.1073741825.308069414972&type=1&theater · 400 days ago ·
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  • Sullivan · That Dunkirk is beautiful · 400 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 · 428 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. · 428 days ago ·
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There are a total of 2,261 points available in all of the qualifying races on the Road to the Kentucky Derby. With just three months until the first Saturday in May, only 238 of those points have been won. Read More
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  • goblin · @george.obrien.3557, The horses who would not have made the Derby field last year were Liaison, Done Talking, and Trinniberg according to this Thoroughbred Times article. This information is located in the very last paragraph, but there is much more to the article, including points earned by past Derby winners over the last 15 years. http://www.thoroughbredtimes.com/racing-news/2012/06/14/points-based-system-will-determine-kentucky-derby-field.aspx · 443 days ago ·
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  • Sully · Loving me some Long River in the Withers. Think we may see this one continue on the Derby trail down the road. · 443 days ago ·
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Todd Pletcher sends undefeated Eclipse Award winner Shanghai Bobby into the Holy Bull as the likely favorite, but history is against the Champ winning his first start as a three-year-old.Read More
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  • Lisa111 · dani.pugh, I am very glad that I took the time to read your posts today. It allowed me the chance to revisit the entire race with a different mindset. As most who are looking to beat the favorite for a payoff one still must make the best decision no matter what the payoff is offering. I dont like going into a race being "afraid" of any horse so I went back and forgot about Bobbys name and the fact that he is the favorite. He will be on my exotics. Thanks again for your posts. · 449 days ago ·
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  • ruffianlover · I agree with dani. Bobby is similar to the Biscuit where he seems to enjoy a challenge. He seems to not like having a horse pass him. I think that he lost focus when on the lead and was not sure what to do now that he had the lead. As soon as he saw HHE come close to him- he was sort of like "Oh crap I have to run again- no way I let this guy pass me". He also showed he had that extra kick left in him when running very close to the flying pace with title contender at the begging of the race. Can this horse get the distance? Not sure yet. But is the Juvenile an accurate race to justify that he can't? No. · 449 days ago ·
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Who are the best of the best of the first dozen years of the 21st century? Help me decide...Read More
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  • racingrooter · I'm with winplaceshow. I think Ghostzapper is the best horse of the 20th century thus far. There are some other great horses mentioned here, but GZ would have left them all eating his dirt. · 815 days ago ·
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  • racingrooter · Oops, meant 21st century. I'm only 12 years behind. :-) · 815 days ago ·
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Farwell to thee … A.P. Jet (21) Japanese stakes winner was a solid sire in the States. Anjiz (22) Stakes winner in England in U.S. passed away in Argentina. I saw him win the Phoenix Stakes at Keeneland. Black Tie Affair (25) The Horse of the Year of 1991 got better every year for Ernie Poulos. I sa...Read More
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  • zatt · With good reason, Tim ... two fabulous horses! · 1204 days ago ·
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  • MarcelloMarocco · Dance Smartly was the one that bothered me the most. Beautiful mare, and Great racer, but she had to be euthanized after a paddock accident. Then there is Izvestia , another Canadian TC winner who was euthanized at 4 after a catastrophic injury during a race. Finally this year the passing of the best Sire since Northern dancer....Sadler's Wells. · 817 days ago ·
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Laura Pugh of Dead Heat Debates presents her Top Ten Breeders Cup Juvenile performances. Updated with VIDEO!Read More
There's no place where I feel better about the chances of seeing a future champion debut than a juvenile maiden race at Saratoga...Read More
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  • BrianZipse · I hope everyone has a safe day. · 1003 days ago ·
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  • Waya · Devil's Bag, there's a name from the past. He was the best 2-year-old I ever saw, bar none. · 1003 days ago ·
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Every single year there is an owner or a trainer that just can’t help but trash talk the competition and this year it is Robert LaPenta. In an interview this morning LaPenta made it quite clear how bitter he is over the lack of respect Dialed In has received compared to the heaps that, apparently, U...Read More
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  • annmatt · I agree with Robert! The tom-toms through the Derby Prep season were constantly beating for the "star", Uncle Mo. While Dialed In was quietly going about winning two very important races, and he sat perched near the top, yet nary a word was made about him, not at all. I don't blame LaPenta for being a little ticked....I was ticked and I don't have any ownership concerns. Also, Repole (who I like a lot, BTW), came out and said that Mo will be the "Favorite" in the Derby because he will bring enough money to the track to make it happen! If that isn't throwing down the gauntlet, I don't know what is!!! · 1085 days ago ·
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  • tiznow · I agree he shouldn't be trashing a horse. No need for that. I big part of me will be pulling for Dialed In as, like many, I loved his maiden and kept watch ever since. I also spent time with him yesterday and he looks phenomenal. Seemed very relaxed with all the backside commotion. I am concerned that with The Factor out, the pace won't be as hot as it would have been to help him out. it will be hot because it's the Derby, but not as blazing now. · 1084 days ago ·
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It is now 2011 and that means we have officially embarked on the Kentucky Derby trail. Here in the East it’s been difficult to see even the slightest hint of rose blossoms buried beneath 20-30 inches of snow drifts. But, heck, they’ve already run the first Derby prep (the Count Fleet Stakes at Aqued...Read More
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  • blooy · he stalked fine, took off without breaking a sweat and cruised with a 4 length win. we haven't even seen him run yet and he ran a 106. Mo is dangerous. · 1159 days ago ·
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  • blooy · he stalked fine, took off without breaking a sweat and cruised with a 4 length win. we haven't even seen him run yet and he ran a 106. Mo is dangerous. · 1159 days ago ·
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WAR PASS (Cherokee Run), the champion juvenile colt of 2007, died Christmas Eve at William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Kentucky. The five-year-old stallion had just arrived the evening before in good order from standing his second Southern Hemisphere season at Widden Stud in Austral...Read More
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  • humphrey · have a stallion work BOTH hemispheres and no wonder they die young. Happens to Japanese ones all the time who double up in Australia · 1204 days ago ·
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  • humphrey · War Pass was not sound.,,,,,, · 1204 days ago ·
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War Pass - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
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Race
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View DetailsView Video04/05/08War Pass2ndAqu91 1/8 mDWood Memorial-G1 3 MTale Of EkatiWar PassCourt Vision1:52.35
View DetailsView Video03/15/08War Pass7thTam101 1/16 mDTampa Bay Derby-G3 3 MBig TruckAtonedDynamic Wayne1:44.25
View Details02/24/08War Pass1stGP101 mileDAllow 3+ MWar PassWeb GemChadwell1:36.38
View DetailsView Video10/27/07War Pass1stMth51 1/16 mDBreeders' Cup Juvenile-G1 2 MWar PassPyroKodiak Kowboy1:42.76
View DetailsView Video10/06/07War Pass1stBel71 mileDChampagne-G1 2 MWar PassPyroZ Humor1:36.12
View DetailsView Video08/26/07War Pass1stSar36 fDAlwOC 2 MWar PassFidelioPyro1:10.61
View Details07/28/07War Pass1stSar26 fDMSW 2 MWar PassCommandeeredGlobalization1:10.26