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  • Alsvid upsets champion Work All Week in the Aristides at Churchill Downs.Posted 20 minutes ago
  • 2-time Arc winner Treve is an impressive winner in her seasonal debut today at Saint-Cloud.Posted 1 day ago
  • Majestic City fights off Carve to win the Lone Star Handicap.Posted 4 days ago
  • Hard Not To Like skims the rail to score in the Grade 1 Gamely.Posted 4 days ago
  • Street Story proves best in a sloppy edition of the Winning Colors.Posted 4 days ago
  • Lubash blows by his competition late to win the Kingston.Posted 4 days ago
  • Distinctiv Passion just holds off favored San Onofre in the Los Angeles.Posted 5 days ago
  • Quezon rolls up late to score in the Bouwerie.Posted 5 days ago
  • Ostrolenka sharp in victory in Belmont's Mike Lee.Posted 5 days ago
  • Ashleyluvssugar gets the job done as the Charles Whittingham favorite.Posted 6 days ago

 

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Like outsider Phil's Dream in this one.
Alsvid beats the favorite Work All Week. My guy Nate checks in 3rd
The weights are out >> https://www.equibase.com/premium/eqbHorsemenAreaDownloadAction.cfm?sn=HW-BEL-20150606-529909
more fodder
Vyjack, who recently transferred from Rudy Rodriguez to the barn of Bill Mott, worked five furlongs on the turf in 1:02.42 and could make his turf debut in the Grade 3, $300,000 Poker Stakes on June 13. "Smooth as silk," Mott said when asked how Vyjack looked to him on the turf. Vyjack, whose last win came in the Grade 2 Kelso going a mile here lat fall, has dropped his last five starts, most recently finishing last in the Grade 3 Pimlico Special. According to DRF
Texas Red, the winner of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile at Santa Anita last November, worked five furlongs in 1:02.80 on Saturday. After the workout, trainer Keith Desormeaux told Santa Anita publicity that he is considering the $500,000 Dwyer Stakes for 3-year-olds at a mile for Texas Red. Desormeaux said the major stakes of the Saratoga this meeting are possible for Texas Red. Owned by a partnership, Texas Red has not started since finishing second in the Grade 2 San Vicente Stakes at seven furlongs here on Feb. 1. Texas Red was sidelined with foot problems in February that kept him out of the Triple Crown and its preps. According to DRF
Like Night Prowler / Force the Pass
Does anyone know what happened to High Yield?
Wow undefeated 8 for 8! .I should definitely follow the 3 yr old fillies a lot more. Can't wait for her step up in the acorn stakes on Belmont stakes day
Stakes winner Light the City has been transferred from the barn of Jerry Hollendorfer to the barn of trainer Kiaran McLaughlin. The filly is training at Belmont Park for a possible start in the G1 Acorn, according to DRF
G1 winner Evening Jewel, who on March 19th, gave birth to a filly by Tapit, will be bred to Tiznow for a 2016 foal. According to http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/restricted/pdf/tdn/tdn150530_1.pdf
Another work this A.M. with Irad aboard. He went 5f. in 24.53, 36.27, 1:00.97; changed leads and finished willingly without being asked. Six in 1:14.12, etc., per an "impressed" DRFWelsch. http://live.drf.com/nuggets/15854
Commanding Curves return to the races begins 6 MTP R2 at CD. CC is the heavy favorite at 1-2
It seems that the rallying cry by many is now........Why did Baffert keep him away from Belmont without a work. Some even go as far as to say that is the reason he has missed on his 3 oopportunities to get the job done. If it were all that simple,wheras a work over the track was the straw that broke the camels back. What then happened to Smarty,Funny Cide and California Chrome to name a few. I know what........They probably worked on the wrong day.
If people actually saw up close what track condition he ran through in the Preakness, they would not be worried about him adapting to the Belmont surface. The way I see it, any horse that can run through that, can run through anything.
Ben's Cat
Albano / Golden Lad / Cousin Stephen. Oye. I like more than just these 3 I listed
Trainer Todd Pletcher tells DRF's David Grening that Dame Dorothy would not run in the Grade 1 Ogden Phipps due to a temperature. He will still be represented in the race by multiple G1 winner Stopchargingmaria, who worked a sharp half-mile in 47.80 seconds Saturday morning. According to DRF
World Approval / Divisidero
Frac Daddy will be tough, but beware of the longshots in this race. Enterprising and Key to Power are worth a look. I'm leaning toward Enterprising. He's had a nice refresher, a hard test in the American Stakes, and should be ready to get back to the form he showed in SoCal last year.

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