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Never the less she will have to beat me....Not going to take a short price on her..May use her on a couple of Oaks Derby double tickets..
how about big brown dick lol
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Shared Belief is back in the derby! Wow!
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  • Exterminator · I did ride jumpers and was CRAZY on the XC course... But in 9th grade I was pinned down by a 200+ lb. jerk in a game of football. Not fun! · 7 minutes ago ·
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  • The Doctor · All i know is that the farther i get from high school the better i was. · 5 minutes ago ·
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Got a question for you guys! Which AP Indy son is the best sire? Malibu Moon? Mineshaft? Jump Start? Pulpit? etc
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  • kay.robinett · Dressage, it depends upon how well the farm is willing to support a young stud. Some like Bernardini get a book filled with the best mares available, as a way for the breeders to "make" the stallion. Those studs get top class proven broodies or race mares. And those stallions do indeed usually have their best offspring in their earliest seasons. But - a VERY FEW other stallions go the other way - they start out at modest fees and improve their mares to the extent that their fees and quality of mares go up. The late Dynaformer is a perfect example of this sort of stallion - one who starts out very humbly and improves his mares' produce records to the extent that he becomes a force in the breeding shed. Kitten's Joy also comes to mind. The son of AP Indy who best fits this sort of profile is Malibu Moon. As good as he is, his star will probably burn even brighter in years to come. The late Pulpit also deserves respect as he was clearly a sire of sires. · 6 minutes ago ·
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  • kay.robinett · Dressage, it depends upon how well the farm is willing to support a young stud. Some like Bernardini get a book filled with the best mares available, as a way for the breeders to "make" the stallion. Those studs get top class proven broodies or race mares. And those stallions do indeed usually have their best offspring in their earliest seasons. But - a VERY FEW other stallions go the other way - they start out at modest fees and improve their mares to the extent that their fees and quality of mares go up. The late Dynaformer is a perfect example of this sort of stallion - one who starts out very humbly and improves his mares' produce records to the extent that he becomes a force in the breeding shed. Kitten's Joy also comes to mind. The son of AP Indy who best fits this sort of profile is Malibu Moon. As good as he is, his star will probably burn even brighter in years to come. The late Pulpit also deserves respect as he was clearly a sire of sires. · 6 minutes ago ·
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She looks like a world beater...my only question is has she already peaked...She probably can regress and still win...I also wonder about the Asmussen mojo ...In the Oaks I will try and beat her...I will definitely have My Miss Sophia and Sugar Shock...
  • tmallios1 · On the subject of MOJO, you will be on the wrong end of it should you play against her. You had it right the first time.She could go backwards and still win this. She truly is that much btter than the rest. · 14 minutes ago ·
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There’s a lot of local hopes for a Blackhawks double on Saturday afternoon. Earlier in the day, the Chicago Blackhawks will be facing off against the St. Louis Blues in game 2 of their first round playoff series. Later in the afternoon, a horse with Blackhawks ties will take to the track as Graded S...Read More
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  • https://www.facebook.com/paul.mcaleavey.1 · Ive followed this horse all spring and he reminded me of strong mandate except he ran a little better, at least before last week. He loomed and quit in slow final time to chitu. I wanted to use him but can't. Hes one of a few, including the bluegrass one tow horses I expect to skip the derby. Hawk might not handle the distance tomorrow but just be too good or merely find someone to beat him again. · 18 minutes ago ·
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  • https://www.facebook.com/paul.mcaleavey.1 · I am just skipping the race as Im not letting him beat me and I am not gonna find some 30-1 shot to beat him either · 17 minutes ago ·
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Snoop, Loyalty is a tremendous virtue.Especially when they run 2nd at 25-1. Thankfully Emo was a tad short today. Incredible result here. Definately makes up for Joels nightmare yesterday,and then some many times over. Would of been really scary if the race were 10 feet longer. Congrats JJ Toner on a job well done. In the nightcap. Am needing Wise and Succsesful Dans 3rd roomate. Need CASINO DAN in a very big way. He has been off 10 months,but he lays over this bunch easily. I will take the 5-1 that he is ready. Charlie L. always points to this meet. Box primarily with the #1. Then save with3 other bet choices,
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  • amino998 · Finish line at the 1/16th pole was the difference. Should be to Solitary's advantage tomorrow. · 29 minutes ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · Rumor has it that Gulfstream Park Track Supe is subbing at Kee. tommorrow. I only wish. Speed held pretty good in the Stake today. She wo on a pressured lead. Just hope that Florent Geroux does not get spooked being on the lead by his lonesome. Snoop just call this one >>> The McDonalds play>>> I AM LOVING IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! · 21 minutes ago ·
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Im still newer fan of horse racing, but in the three years since Ive been into it, California Chrome has me the most excited since Shackleford won the Preakness. My concerns are; will he travel well and be comfortable to perform outside of California, has he ever even seen a rain drop (jk), and of course his gate pick. I fear if he is late out of the gate like the SAD, he will be stuck mid pack taking a face full of dirt for at least a mile. But, this is my year folks, I mean C,mon, my Seahawks won the Super Bowl!
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  • Berg570FE · tmallios1, while I know very little about the extreme details of racing, I agree with you statement. His closing run wasnt "ultra impressive" IMO. He would need to bring more than that to close a gap on CC, or a pace set to tire CC. But, Im just a newbie : ) · 45 minutes ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · Berg a newbie who is making alot of sense in my book. · 27 minutes ago ·
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Pletcher has multiple horses in the race(Surprise-Surprise) The reality is that Global View just might be the best suited for the task. His best race to date was on the Turf. Could be this weekends Danza at the price.
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  • tmallios1 · He is the fastest horse in the race based on overall speed figures. He is easily the pace of the race.Throw out his last race,he was pushed through wicked fractions by Almost Famous. Win or lose,this one fits the profile to much to pass up. · 40 minutes ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · Amino even better then. No need to throw good money on a saver play. Roses , you keep bringing up Wicked Strong. I can appreciate that you like him,i do not. As a matter of fact,the only way i will be using him to win come Derby Day. If they announce that the 9 horses i like over him,are ieither scratched or running for purse money only. I will tell you though,if it somehow means anything. I would bet Wicked befor i bet Right On Curlin. · 29 minutes ago ·
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Saturday's 8th race (4:42pm ET) from Keeneland is the Grade 3 Ben Ali for 4-year-olds and up traveling a mile and an eighth on Polytrack.  #4 JOHA (12-1) might be sitting on ready 3rd off the shelf and exiting a turf marathon. He likes synthetic, switches to Castellano, and figures in the hunt ...Read More
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  • skipaway2000 · Hey tonyzag, you can click on the "WIN or WPS" link at the top right under "Plays" to go back to the main listing and select the date you want to view the plays. Or, you can hit the BACK button on your browser. · 2 hours ago ·
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  • yukichan · Hmmm do I or don't I? Tempting, but been Joha burned one too many times.... · 37 minutes ago ·
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Tony Danza??? Whos the boss biyotch!!!
California Chrome Injured! Out of the derby!
pletcher is such a prudish snootbag! Freakin crook!
Q of the D : who's Derby win was more impressive, Smarty Jones or Barbaro?
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  • zXSwordXz · Roughly around 1.03 seconds faster. · 1 hour ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · Yes. Why when people quote actual times and fractions they are irrelevant to me. If it works for them,i will never try to convince them or be condescending towards them. They just do not stack up in my thinkung. I would say it is all GREEK to me.But i undestand Greek,the actual times i do not relate to. · 1 hour ago ·
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he won today his debut as a 3yo, dominating the field. He will travel to newmarket.
Excellent short video of the start of Coolmore. Cameo's from Vincent O'Brien, a Young John Magnier, Robert Sangster, Nijinsky and some of NOrthern Dancer's talented progeny. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7EXNTOzVd4
  • Sullivan · Headed there Tuesday... can't wait! · 17 hours ago ·
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  • yukichan · Sullivan, I wrote to you about my trip and to contact them about tour...did you get hooked up? Also,I hope you're planning a day at the Curragh--fabulous track! Just bet AOB or the Galileos! Also, you can bet after the start and during the race... Post photos! · 1 hour ago ·
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ride on curlin baby! My derby pick!
Besilu Stables has purchased an 80% interest in Brazilian Triple Crown winner Bal A Bali. The colt by Put it Back will be brought to the US and trained by Bill Mott
  • Northport · The deal to purchase Bal a Bali has fallen through and the colt will remain in his native Brazil with his original owners · 1 hour ago ·
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