Ticker
  • Kobe's Back goes from last to first down the stretch to win the Palos Verdes.Posted 2 hours ago
  • Storied Lady (4-1) up the rail to nip Saythreehailmary's in the Biogio's Rose.Posted 4 hours ago
  • Hoppertunity nips Imperative by a San Antonio head-bob.Posted 23 hours ago
  • In her seasonal debut, Songbird is a dominant winner of the Las Virgenes at Santa Anita.Posted 1 day ago
  • Lukes Alley kicks it in late to win the Grade 1 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap.Posted 1 day ago
  • Mor Spirit cruises late to win the Robert B. Lewis at Santa Anita.Posted 1 day ago
  • Aussie-bred Power Alert gets there first in the GP Turf Sprint.Posted 1 day ago
  • Tommy Macho runs away with the Fred Hooper at Gulfsrtream Park.Posted 1 day ago
  • No catching Tammy the Torpedo in the turfy Suwannee River.Posted 1 day ago
  • Lady Shipman (1-5) is an easy winner in the Lady's Turf Sprint at Gulfstream.Posted 1 day ago

Defeat won't hold Beautician back

A win or second-place effort in your final Breeders' Cup prep is reason enough to move on to the big event. But when you run fifth, well . . .
Read More

 

comments powered by Disqus

Older Comments about Defeat won't hold Beautician back...

Note that Beautician will not have to face Hot Dixie Chick in the Cup because the latter is not going to Santa Anita. According to assistant trainer Scott Blasi, Spinaway (gr. I) winner Hot Dixie Chick will be given some time off and probably will start back at the end of November at Fair Grounds.
Even finishing 5th, Beautician is a decent 2yr.old filly with some promise. She'll probably improve with age. But in the juvenile filly division this year at the Breeders Cup, if she brings her "A" game to the table, I don't look for any of them to catch "Hot Dixie Chick." She has excellent tactical speed and can really open up when called on. She run's very smart, more like a 3yr.old than a 2yr.old.

Related Pages

Related Stories

Top Stories