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Dortmund this year!
Trainer Dale Romans said "there's a strong possibility" that Donegal Racing's Keen Ice, who famously snapped American Pharoah 's eight-race win streak with a upset win in the Travers Stakes (gr. I) could make another start this year in the $500,000 Clark Handicap Presented by Norton Healthcare (gr. I) Nov. 27 at Churchill Downs. "I think he could've had a better performance in the Breeders' Cup," Romans said. "I just don't think that things set up for him from track conditions to everything else. What I think you'll see at this time next year is a horse that will be talked about as Horse of the Year or champion older male. He's doing that well and moves forward so much every time he runs that at the end of his 4-year-old year, you'll see an even better Keen Ice and a special horse that goes down in history. So with this statement, it looks like Keen Ice will return to racing in 2016 with big targets in his future. Article on Bloodhorse
  • Mark Kennedy via Disqus · Great news jay. Also today another two yr old filly by curlin Terra Promessa wins at Churchill race 9 · 9 days ago
  • Pebbles via Disqus · Some bold predictions. What if the track conditions in half of his races next year do not set up for him like the Breeders Cup Classic? I expect him to be very good, but he certainly needs to be able to close into a pace that is faster than a 26.5 second final quarter as he did in the Travers Stakes. · 1 hour ago
Torn between tonalist and private zone. Falling sky is a fun horse to back but not worth the wager.
BREAKING NEWS: WinStar Farm has announced that Commissioner will be retired to stud for 2016, his stud fee will be $7,500. Commissioner will make the final start of his career in the G2 Hawthorne Gold Cup on Saturday. According to DRF
BREAKING NEWS: Three Chimneys Farm has announced that their stallion Yes It's True, a multiple stakes winner and sire of horses The Big Beast and La Verdad, was euthanized yesterday after a bout of colic and a perforated intestine. Yes It's True was buried at Three Chimneys Farm. According to DRF
Nice video on AP from Coolmore : http://coolmore.com/america/coolmore-tv/?video-id=12423&autoplay=true
Standing at Oak Creek Farm for 2016
Retired and will stand at Ranch San Miguel
Union Jackson has been entered in a 6 1/2 furlong allowance race this Friday at Churchill, race 3, Ricardo Santana Jr. will ride. If h wins this one, I think a stakes race will be next.
BREAKING NEWS : Trainer Bob Baffert tells DRF'S Jay Privman that Dortmund dud not travel to Kentucky this morning and says he will not run in the Clark Handicap on Friday. Baffert said Dortmund needs extra day to patch quarter crack. But it's better this morning. However, owner and trainer decided to not send him to Kentucky. However, Dortmund instead could run this Saturday in the Grade 3 Native Diver at Del Mar depending on his status. More information will be available later today, as thus story is just breaking. According to DRF
In the BC turf, it is fun to watch Shining Copper's Tour de France style breakaway in the first 6 furlongs of the race.
Mates mineshaft ride on curlin exacta box. And a solo ticket
I know some people knock American Pharoah for not running big speed figures or being lucky or beating weak fields, but in this Thanksgiving season I believe all racing fans should be thankful for American Pharoah and his connection for two big reasons. First by winning the Triple Crown he has hopefully ended the calls to change the triple crown series by either shortening the races or increasing the time between the races. The Triple Crown is one of the few things that is working in racing today, as a believer in the "If its not broke don't fix it" idea, any change in the Triple Crown would be a huge mistake in my opinion. And second, many people believed that if there was a Triple Crown winner than they would have immediately been retired. How many times today have we heard either "He has done enough" or "He has nothing more to prove"? But by keeping him in training and running in the biggest race of the year, the Breeders Cup Classic, his connections has set the example that others hopefully will follow. In my opinion American Pharoah and his connections have helped save racing as a sport.
  • Jeremy via Disqus · Those who refuse to give Pharoah his due make me so, utterly perturbed. Are they really that jaded? Before he came along a horse like him was all any and every racing enthusiast wanted. And he did more than just win the Crown, he did more than any of us asked for or thought he would. But this vocal minority, who should be celebrating AP and shouting his name and accomplishments from the rooftops obdurately has responded to it all with a collective yawn and eye roll. Far too many people don't or refuse to recognize greatness until it's passed them by, and these aforementioned "fans" will realize that soon enough. You, I and all AP's fans should consider ourselves lucky for having had the perspicacity to realize his greatness while it was on display and for witnessing every bit of it. Who knows? It's entirely possible we may never see another Triple Crown in our lifetimes. · 19 hours ago
dortmund out
I half own a mare who is a 3/4 sibling to Ivanavinalot. Solid family.
  • BeastBob via Disqus · Nice. Are you going to send her to Medaglia d'oro? · 5 hours ago
He has a nice kick in the stretch. Kentucky Jockey Club next..
Shotgun Kowboy is a beast , if you dont know him yet , you will
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  • jrem1 · I know he won the Oklahoma Derby at Remington, but he is probably stepping up in class now. He put away Tale of Verve in the OK Derby, but he has to face the likes of Dortmund, KI, Effinex,, and Hoppertunity in the Clark. Don't get me wrong, being an Okla guy myself, I will be rooting for him to bring it on Fri, but he's facing some really tough competition. · 13 hours ago
  • HideousZippleback via Disqus · With Dortmund gone he might have more of a chance. I loved SK debut. · 6 hours ago
Theo gets off the goop in the G2 Falls City Handicap. Looking for this 5yo mare to fire a new 'high score' and make daddy proud.
Ride on Curlin is back. He has been entered in the Thanksgiving Handicap at the Fair Grounds on November 26th. Back at the 6F distance.
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  • DDAmasa via Disqus · Good luck to him. I always liked him. · 4 days ago
  • illhaveanothertriplecrown · Love this guy.. he was my 2nd choice after chrome in the 140th kd. Hope he can win on turkey day · 7 hours ago

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