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Good Luck today O.K, run your heart out and safe trips, Go O.K!!!
How about we get Frankel with this girl, it would be a good blood outcross
So Hootenanny is not a Kentucky derby contender?
Looks tough in the Sam F. Davis. Should be 9- 3-5-11
Safe trip O.K. jlp
Mrs. duPont and Carl Hanford certainly didn't run from any competition. In the 1964 DC International, Kelso beat his nemisis Gun Bow, after coming in second the previous three years to T. V. Lark, Match II and Mongo. Kelly set a new American record for 12 furlongs on turf at 2:23 4/5, going three turns at Laurel at age seven to become the oldest winner of this event. Eleven days earlier the Bohemia Stable gelding had won his fifth Jockey Club Gold Cup in a row, setting a new record for two miles on dirt at 3:19 1/5, which still stands. Allen is right about the competition that Kelso whipped over his career. The names of top notch champion horses are many. It's not surprising he enjoys the number one spot on this site.
Mawthooq is out of the Withers and off the Triple Crown trail after emerging from a Thursday workout with a tendon issue, according to trainer Kiaran McLaughlin. According to DRF
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  • Northport · Given the amount of time and money Sheikh Hamdan has spent on his international stable, I really hope he wins the Derby one of these days. · 12 hours ago
  • Sullivan · It would seem the Sheikh always buys the best but never considers adding elements of speed nor soundness... rather instead assuming it will be there · 11 hours ago
Gotta root for my guy Distinctiv Passion. That kid is FAST. Besides, I kinda like him a lot ;)
  • Sullivan · This is pushing his limits distance wise... Secret Circle comes back over Conquest Two Step and Wild Dude · 12 hours ago
The Gomper is entered friday Jan.30 3rd race Alw/Oc $80,000 at 1 mile Santa Anita.5 horse field.
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  • triple_double · This horse is a one race wonder. Poor training job by Ellis. · 16 hours ago
  • Sullivan · Not a one race wonder, as I said after his Maiden, the leaders 21 / 44 / crazy fast. No surprise he closed on that one! · 12 hours ago
Update on Coz from J. Sherreffs; http://www.hrtv.com/racing/?VideoId=m0yFjT6W12ZfiMmohHNEqHkQNlhICzWv1yOFOCKqKx4%3d
  • JerseyGirl via Disqus · Thank you for the website; I've wondered how CO was doing. Go Coz! -JG · 13 hours ago
BTW, I thought the rider rode him very poorly at Breeders Cup.
Any info on this horse for 2015?
She is running tomorrow!!!!Cornelio Velazquez is riding her!!!!!GO VIA STRATA!
Not when you compare the overall competition. The best horse he beat was Damascus, as long as the "rabbit" Hedevar wasn't in the race. And he was nosed out for second by Buckpasser who basically ran on three legs in the 1967 Woodward. Dr. Fager was a great horse no doubt. He would have perhaps beaten any one in a match race due to his running style. But I rate by WHO and HOW MANY a horse beat in their career. And that's why Kelso is #1.
  • travel_vic · VERY impressive, all the old geldings NEVER put in less than a 100% effort like Old Bones, John Henry, Forego and Phar Lap.......Probably the best just because they stayed around long enough to OUT DO the best of their time. NONE of them ran away from competition. NOT a one. · 19 hours ago
Well, it seems he is making progress. Knocked from last year's Triple Crown trail by injury just two weeks apart, both Honor Code and Top Billing are nearing their 4-year-old debuts this winter at Gulfstream Park. Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey said 2013 Remsen Stakes (gr. II) winner Honor Code is expected to make his return in the one-mile, $300,000 Gulfstream Park Handicap (gr. II) March 7. Read more on BloodHorse.com: http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/89894/honor-code-top-billing-near-4yo-debuts#ixzz3QKbrDHo4
Looking forward to this Superhorse!
Don't understand 5/2 morning line. Should be around 4-1 or 9/2.
  • buds · enjoy it, he will probably go off as the 2-1 favorite. Hes a much antisipated horse. · 1 day ago
  • tmallios via Disqus · Deano if you see 6/5 on this guy,consider that a blessing. In breaking his maiden,and with absolute ease against a very strong field. He ran the fastest 2yo first time out speed figure all year long. Do not look at him as a Maiden. He ran fast enough to win many of the Stakes that have been run. He ran faster his first time out than Dortmund. · 21 hours ago
Does anyone know when Todd plans to race Him again
Work all week, the champion male sprinter of 2014, resumed training at a Florida farm this week after some vacation time, according to his trainer, Roger Brueggemann. Work All Week, who is owned by Midwest Thoroughbreds, is currently scheduled to arrive at Oaklawn Park in Arkansas the latter part of February, said Brueggemann. A goal at the meet, Brueggemann said, is the Grade 3, $300,000 Count Fleet Sprint Handicap on April 9. According to DRF
Not bad race in the Smarty Jones. Needed a race.

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