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  • Untrapped (11-1) rallies to win the Oklahoma Derby (G3).Posted 6 minutes ago
  • Champion filly Champagne Room (1-5) returns to easy win in Remington Park Oaks.Posted 1 hour ago
  • Tequilita (5-2) returns to the winner's circle in the Grade 3 Charles Town Oaks.Posted 22 hours ago
  • Sharp Azteca (1-2) draws clear in the Grade 2 Kelso.Posted 1 day ago
  • West Coast (4-5) leaves the field far behind in the Grade 1 Pennsylvania Derby.Posted 1 day ago
  • It Tiz Well (5-1) bests Abel Tasman in the Grade 1 Cotillion.Posted 1 day ago
  • Coal Front (4-5) refuses to let American Pastime by in the Grade 3 Gallant Bob.Posted 1 day ago
  • Page McKenney (6-1) digs down and holds on in the Pa Derby Champion Stakes.Posted 1 day ago
  • Off Limits (8-5) glides by her competition in the Grade 3 Noble Damsel.Posted 1 day ago
  • Capla Temptress (5-1) rolls home in the Natalma, while making her North American debut.Posted 7 days ago

 

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Sadler's Joy worked 5f, Sept 24th, in 1:02.25 (b) finishing 10/12
Beach Patrol worked 5f, Sept 24th, in 1:00.20 (b) finishing 4/17.
Baffert: “this is the horse we’ve been waiting for” means this is the West Coast he's been waiting for. No flip flopping....no disrespecting Arrogate, the comment pertains to West Coast and West Coast only. As for Arrogate, Bob won't run him unless he's 100%....and if he runs, Smith will ride him and he will win. West Coast is his main threat.
Paulassilverlining worked 4f, Sept 24th, in 48.68 (b) finishing 4/48.
Hi does anyone know how I can get videos of Orientate Slew's races? thanks
Lady Eli worked 4f, Sept 24th, in 48.88 (b) finishing 5/48.
Disco Partner worked 4f, Sept 24th, in 49.66 (b) finishing 23/48.
Heart to Heart worked 4f, Sept 24th, in 46.66 (b) finishing 1/18.
Mind Your Biscuits worked 3f, Sept 24th, in 35.66 (b) finishing 1/4.
2016 Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Champagne Room returns a dominant winner in the Remington Park Oaks. She could make her next start in the Breeders Cup Distaff or Filly and Mare Sprint.
I really hope he gets to go to the BC. I think he has the potential to be sneakily, scary good. He'll be under appreciated going in, because he doesn't have big name connections. But the horse doesn't know that. His last three races have been very good. Bolt d'oro is looking scary as well. I believe, even though it is a tad early to be talking derby, I will be a year where the 'little guys' will have a big say in the outcome of the triple crown series.
If Paradise Woods, Vale Dori, and Stellar Wind all show up here, this is going to be a fantastic race
Tearing up the track in her workouts. Pleaaaase go to the Zenyatta!
Devastated by the loss of Songbird but it’s for the best and I wish her all the best in her next career. I am afraid with her retirement and with Arrogate’s at the end of this year that we will see the last of ‘big money mike’ Mike smith. He said he was going to retire two years ago but he would postpone it as long as songbird was running because of his love for her. Welp.....
Baffert: “this is the horse we’ve been waiting for” And now Arrogate might not even make the Classic unless he ‘massively improves’? LOL I swear Bob jumps from horse to horse so fast I can’t keep up. First Pharoah is the goat, then arrogate is the best horse he’s ever had, now West Coast is the horse he’s been waiting for. I can’t even. Lost so much respect for Baffert after his diss of American pharoah and his historic accomplishments, and now I’m even more pissed at the shade he’s giving Arrogate. I hope Arrogate returns and romps in the Classic to prove Baffert and all the band wagoners wrong.
Paid workout ......
1: Cupid 2. Accelerate 3. Midnight Storm 4. Win The Space
The latest information I've seen is a report from O'Neill ....Irap was on his way to New Bolton Center this morning and went like a Champ....he's handling the situation very well and is cooperating....I hear the injury is career ending but I for one don't care....I just want him to have a life .....BTW Coal Front fractured a condylar after winning the Gallant Bob...he's due for surgery but his injury does not appear to be career ending. .... all in all, I want to forget yesterday ever happened....
Mike Smith quote after the Cotillion: "She pretty much ran off with me," Smith said. "She broke slow and dropped so far back, and then she just wants to go. I tried to put her behind another horse, but she just put her head up in the air. I didn't ask her to rush up there." "She's starting to do the same thing over and over," Baffert said. "She drops back and then gets rank. She got away with it last time but not today." After the CCAO it was Baffert, Jimmy Barnes, and the writers that stated Smith pushed AT early because of the slow pace. All I've seen Smith state on the CCAO early move was: “There’s no pace in the race, everyone threw the anchor out and went to slow it down and she got into such a pretty stride that felt so good I couldn’t get in the way of it,” Smith said. “If I did, I felt like I was going to hurt her more than help her.” Trainer Bob Baffert said he will make some changes to try to get her to relax, possibly removing her blinkers. Maybe we'll see a more relaxed AT in the Distaff.
Devastating. This 3YO crop has the absolute worst luck. I assume that if his surgery goes well, he'll be retired?

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