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What the Nation is saying about Bellamy Road...

Barely more than two months ago Sisterly Love, a 4-year old daughter of Bellamy Road out of the Dixieland Band mare Odylic, had never raced. Fast forward to today, and the good-looking bay filly is now 3 for 3 with another win over the Gulfstream Park main track.Read More
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  • AndyScoggin · Barns like Kinsman Stable can take their time and be well rewarded. Good luck, Sister. · 555 days ago ·
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  • travel_vic · All who appear to be late bloomers are not...many are just slow learners · 555 days ago ·
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Getting to know the young sire of I'll Have Another...Read More
WinStar Farm has acquired an interest in all four stallions—Bellamy Road, Summer Bird, Artie Schiller, and U S Ranger — from Pauls Mill and will relocate them to their Versailles, Ky. farm for the 2012 breeding season.Bellamy Road and Artie Schiller both have second crops racing in 2011, and both ha...Read More
Georgie's Angel, a filly owned by a Red Sox fan and named after George Steinbrenner, swept to the lead in midstretch to take Friday's Grade 3, $100,000 Schuylerville.Read More
Now that I’ve spent the last two days singing the praises of Dialed In and Archtothe3, let me pause to mention my list of knocks against a bevy of horses (most notably from the Wood Memorial) that are likely to find good support at the windows on Saturday. Read More
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  • 12thCrown · You MUST toss a couple of legit horses with 20 starters for an affordable bet. Many "closers" run poorly in the Derby each year, like Awesome Act last. · 1163 days ago ·
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  • BrianDougherty · Nehro has kicked despite heavy traffic/blocking which is critical to a good derby run. If I was going to toss anyone it would be Uncle Mo (distance · 1163 days ago ·
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It’s been a few years since Hall of Fame trainer Nick Zito experienced that most magical moment of seeing his horse cross the Kentucky Derby wire before all the rest. 17 years to be exact. Back then, Zito won it twice in a span of four runnings with Strike the Gold in 1991 and Go For Gin in 1994, bu...Read More
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  • DipakRoy · i trust Nick Zito 100%, it is now on the hands of Julien Leparaoux, how he is going to manouvare the horse. · 1168 days ago ·
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  • tiznow · I think 7/1 for the favorite to go off at is very realistic. Last year we had Lucky who was very consistent and Super Saver go off similar. With the doubts people are casting on Mo, I can definitely see it around there again for the favorite. · 1167 days ago ·
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Never mind the surprise which transpired down the Aqueduct stretch in the Wood Memorial, and whether Uncle Mo ran to his ability or not, my contention is there were other good horses in that field. In a race where more than one person used the dreaded “D” word to describe the opponents of Mo that da...Read More
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  • mshutty · Brian, did the connections confirm Comma to the Top will go on to the Derby? I remember the interview just prior to the SA Derby when Peter Miller indicated that his last race was the SA Derby because the horse needs a rest and can't get the 1 1/4 distance...do we have an "Derby Fever" reversal in play? · 1181 days ago ·
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  • BrianZipse · After the SA Derby, it seemed very likely that the decision not to run had been reversed ... Derby fever is alive and well! · 1180 days ago ·
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At the conclusion of the 2011 Wood Memorial, track announcer Tom Durkin announced, “The most shocking defeat in the Wood Memorial since Secretariat himself!” Shocking indeed. Read More
  • 12 Clip · The last time I checked it was Joe Vann who won the Illinois Derby not Zoebear. · 1185 days ago ·
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  • IronMaidens · Yep, wishful thinking on my part, lol. I fixed it. I also keep forgetting that Easy Goer didn't win the Derby... · 1185 days ago ·
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The Wood Memorial is the last major New York prep race for the Kentucky Derby, and throughout its history has been a significant springboard to success at Churchill Downs. Beginning with Triple Crown winner Gallant Fox in 1930, 11 Wood winners have gone on to take the Run for the Roses.   Inclu...Read More
Zipse’s Kentucky Derby Daily – Day 33 Pedigree Spotlight written by Scott Dick Toby's Corner The Diane Cotter home bred -Toby's Corner has been ultra-consistent. He's won 3 of his 5 starts, with 2 third place finishes. He boasts an impressive victory in the Whirlaway Stakes at Aqueduct. Toby seemed ...Read More
  • zatt · All three of these colts should run Saturday ... my guess is at that one of them steps up and opens some eyes. Nice work, Scott. · 1192 days ago ·
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Position Limit, the 3-2 favorite among ten 2-year-old fillies, took the lead from Alienation in upper stretch and drew clear for a five-length victory Sunday afternoon in the Grade 2, $150,000 Adirondack at Saratoga Race Course.   Trained by Todd Pletcher for Starlight Partners, the Bellamy Ro...Read More
I lost count of how many stories the New York Times ran the day after George Steinbrenner died. Even Maureen Dowd, The Times' op-ed star, weighed in with yet one more entertaining insight into the crotchety owner of the New York Yankees. But it was Dave Anderson, on the sports page...Read More
George Steinbrenner, the principal owner of the New York Yankees who passed away Tuesday at the age of 80, was renowned for his will to win, and Position Limit helped keep that legacy alive today at Belmont Park when she broke her maiden impressively.   Position Limit is a 2-year-old daughter o...Read More
Some of my friends and family might think it odd that I will be dedicating today's post to the owner of the New York Yankees, given that I am lifelong Boston Red Sox fan. However, George Steinbrenner...Read More
"We were extremely saddened to learn of Mr. Steinbrenner's passing," said NYRA President and CEO Charles Hayward. "He had great enthusiasm for thoroughbred racing, and contributed his time and energy to the industry, both as an owner and as a NYRA Board Member. His Kinsman Stable left an indelible m...Read More
Just heard about Yankees legend George Steinbrenner's passing. He had part ownership of Bellamy Road, who was a very good horse, would be a champion if not for his Kentucky Derby dissapointment. He will certainly be missed. RIP
  • humphrey · Good colt but SCREAMED that the 10 furlongs that first Satruday in May was too long. His Wood showed an energy distribution closer to a sprinter which, along with his decreasing totals coming into that race, solidified that he was NOT a K Derby contender...as it tunred out to be true. Steinbrener did contribute a lot of good horses to the game. · 1458 days ago ·
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George Steinbrenner III, a major breeder/owner and principal owner of the New York Yankees, died the morning of July 13 in Tampa of a heart attack. He had turned 80 July 4. Steinbrenner owned Kinsman Stud Farm near Ocala, Fla., and raced in the name Kinsman Stable. He raced numerous major winners an...Read More
Three-Year-Old Stakes Result Harissa (filly; Afleet Alex - Dynasty by Time for a Change) made a nice move to take the lead in the Iowa Oaks (gr. III), but she couldn't hold off Seeking the Title, and finished second. Read More
Bella Palooza stalked the pace in her career debut and drove clear to win the second race at Hollywood Park on Wednesday by 1 3/4 lengths and become the first career winner for Central Kentucky-based freshman sire Bellamy Road. Trained by Doug O’Neill for owner Suarez Racing, Bella Palooza completed...Read More
The weather wasn't nearly as hot, nor as sunny as it was supposed to be; a sea breeze phenomenon we're told by the weather folks, and the fog that obscured the view of the 11th race was evidence of that. But the (announced) crowd of 8,553, as paltry as that figure may seem to outsiders, certainly ex...Read More
  • ruby · This blog is a great read... both on the racing analysis and very funny stuff, too... Is Eskendereya = Bellamy Road? Well, not quite, but the point is a good one. · 1557 days ago ·
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  • Arrrgy · Bellamy road broke a bone along with the 4 other best horses in the race That gave you the proven, barely a Gr3 horse, Giacomo! That prompted me to send a scathing letter to the CD CEO about hardening the track and the results it's produced. I sent that same letter this year as all others, already. Cross your fingers CD doesn't go all stupid on us again. · 1557 days ago ·
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Bellamy Road - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
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Tr
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Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View DetailsView Video08/27/05Bellamy Road2ndSar111 1/4 mDTravers Stakes-G1 3 MFlower AlleyBellamy RoadRoman Ruler2:02.76
View DetailsView Video05/07/05Bellamy Road7thCD101 1/4 mDKentucky Derby-G1 3 MGiacomoClosing ArgumentAfleet Alex2:02.75
View DetailsView Video04/09/05Bellamy Road1stAqu91 1/8 mDWood Memorial-G1 3 MBellamy RoadSurvivalistScrappy T1:47.16