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Friesan Fire sent to Asmussen for comeback

Friesan Fire, the multiple graded stakes winner and beaten favorite in the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (G1), breezed a half-mile on Thursday at Fair Grounds in his first workout since being moved to trainer Steve Asmussen’s barn. Read More

 

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i loved the mousse..can't wait till these guys hit the track again.dunkirk was awesome in the belmont..i want revenge i think is going to be retired.musket man was tough and i did okay with him at the windows.
  • Medlocke · I won a buck or two myself on Musketman, I played him ATB in both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness. · 2855 days ago
General Quarters was a really cool horse, I hope he returns healthy as well.
The have the Donn Handicap as a winter goal for Friesan Fire. Might be wise to run him at Fair Grounds since he enjoyed so much success at that venue earlier this year. General Quarters is also back in training. Nice to see some of the injured 3yo's returning to action.
I think, under Steve Asmussen this colt will come back swinging as a 4yr.old. He looked to good early on in his 3yr.old season when he won the Louisiana Derby not to. Maybe somewhere down the line we'll get the Pamplemousse, Dunkirk, and I Want Revenge back from injury, and these four will hook up with Quality Road and Summer Bird for a 4yr.old version of the Ky.Derby that never transpired last year. Add Musketman to the list as well, and we'd have some race.
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