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" I think the break is going to be important – get away from there clean. You never know what’s going to happen there.” :D ...Hope Pharoah doesn't get effed from either side
http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/92350/zayat-stables-inks-promo-deal-for-pharoah These type of deals should be banned.
Escena, the champion older mare of 1998, died June 3 at Diamond A Farms near Versailles, Ky. The daughter ofStrawberry Road was 22 years old. She had been pensioned at Diamond A Farms and died of the infirmities of old age. "She had a great life and went out with some real dignity," Diamond A Farms manager Ted "Mac" Carr said. "She had been retired and got to hang out with her friends and eat some grass. Old age infirmities finally gave out and she decided it was her time. She'll be buried up on a very pretty hill here." Campaigned by Allen Paulson, Escena held off Banshee Breeze to win the 1998 Breeders' Cup Distaff (gr. I) at Churchill Downs, notching her fifth graded stakes of the season and third grade I score that year. In that championship season, Escena won the Distaff, Louisville Breeders' Cup (gr. II), and Fleur de Lis (gr. III) handicaps at Churchill; the Apple Blossom Handicap (gr. I) at Oaklawn Park; and the Vanity Invitational Handicap (gr. I) at Hollywood Park. As a 4-year-old, Escena won the Ramona Handicap (gr. I) at Del Mar. Article on bloodhorse
Materiality,made from lucky,ap,frosted.
It only took McLaughlin 7 races to figure out that his horse is a mid-closer and not a stalker. 6 races as a stalker...1 win. 2 races as a closer...a win in the G1 Wood Memorial and a closing 4th in the Derby. Sat out the Preakness. Who does well in the Belmont? Rested closers.
He won from post 1 in the UAE Derby but this isn't the UAE.
I was reading on another site,regarding the endorsement deal that was struck with Monster. I am truly amazed with the reaction of the public. They trash Zayat and his family from here to there. They are upset because girls will be used with the promotion. Seems that Zayat may be one of the few owners that maybe should not be able to make money on his horses. When they found out he syndicated the horse, many acted as though he destroyed the game. Chill out already and get a life. Just try and put yourself in that position. Just like in your private lives, you would be trying to maximize all financial options. So long as they are legal what do you care. If you do not approve, then don't participate.
Seattle Slew and AP Indy (1992 Belmont winner) are great grandfathers of Frammento.
1- Mubtaahij (I. Ortiz) 10/1 2- Tale of Verve (G. Stevens) 15/1 3- Madefromlucky (J. Castellano) 12/1 4- Frammento (M. Smith) 30/1 5- American Pharoah (V. Espinoza) 3/5 6- Frosted (J. Rosario) 5/1 7- Keen Ice (K. Desormeaux) 20/1 8- Materiality (J. Velazquez) 6/1
social inclusion has been entered in a 2x allowance race on Saturday at Belmont Park. He goes in race 13. The final race in the card. According to DRF
Final Selections: Madefromlucky, American Pharoah, Tale Of Verve. Frosted.
I like the 5 for AP. I don't like the 8 for Materiality. 5-1-6-7 Box
That's great news
1. Mubtaahij 10-1 2. Tale of Verve 3. Madefromlucky 4. Frammento 5. American Pharoah 3-5 6. Frosted 4-1 7. Keen Ice 8. Materiality 6-1
American Pharoah draws post position #5 out of 8 for the Belmont Stakes. Fun fact: Seattle Slew won the Belmont Stakes from post 5. According to DRF
Belmont in pp order: Mubtaahij, Tale of Verve, Madefromlucky, Frammento, American Pharoah, Frosted, Keen Ice, Materiality
Post 5 for Belmont
Belmont Stakes draw is set for noon. Post position for other five G1s will also be drawn. According to DRF
Rachel's filly training at Saratoga. She looks stunning. Still no name yet, but should be coming soon.

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