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  • Kobe's Back goes from last to first down the stretch to win the Palos Verdes.Posted 3 days ago
  • Storied Lady (4-1) up the rail to nip Saythreehailmary's in the Biogio's Rose.Posted 3 days ago
  • Hoppertunity nips Imperative by a San Antonio head-bob.Posted 3 days ago
  • In her seasonal debut, Songbird is a dominant winner of the Las Virgenes at Santa Anita.Posted 4 days ago
  • Lukes Alley kicks it in late to win the Grade 1 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap.Posted 4 days ago
  • Mor Spirit cruises late to win the Robert B. Lewis at Santa Anita.Posted 4 days ago
  • Aussie-bred Power Alert gets there first in the GP Turf Sprint.Posted 4 days ago
  • Tommy Macho runs away with the Fred Hooper at Gulfsrtream Park.Posted 4 days ago
  • No catching Tammy the Torpedo in the turfy Suwannee River.Posted 4 days ago
  • Lady Shipman (1-5) is an easy winner in the Lady's Turf Sprint at Gulfstream.Posted 4 days ago

 

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Calculator is back!! He has been entered in a 7 furlong allowance race this Saturday at Santa Anita, race 7.
Ahmed Zayat announces that the very first mare to visit American Pharoah in the coming days will be Untouched Talent, the dam of G1 winner Bodemeister, who ironically was raced by Ahmed Zayat.
Nyquist easily at 7F
In all honesty, Songbird would be my Derby pick as of now by a clear margin with Mohaymen as the best chance for colts this year, but I highly doubt the Derby Point System will allow them to change schedule!
Outwork, Uncle Mo's first winner on track, will return Saturday in an allowance race at Tampa Bay Downs in an allowance race.
American Dubai and Get Jets are also cross entered into the 8th race this Saturday Feb13th. It is an Allowance mile and 1/16th for 3yolds at Oaklawn Park
What a performance!
Nyquist: 22 and change ... 22 and change.... goodbye to the rest of the field.
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I can't wait to see if Nyquist or Exaggerator wins. I was talking to someone who thinks Exaggerator is better, but I personally like Nyquist. Who do you think will win?
  • Jordan via Disqus · Exaggerator easily · 23 hours ago
  • pointgiven23 via Disqus · at 7f its a no brainer Nyquist is the better horse and I don't think he'll have to work hard either. Longer, we'll have to wait to find out how they've improved from 2 to 3. · 12 hours ago
This is the one they have been talking about. Definitely the biggest turf filly prospect out there
Dortmund galloping earlier this morning, physically he looks like an absolute beast.
  • Anne Shaw · To me he looks absolutely gorgeous, something about him-----so hoping his big feet get 100%. Yes, something about him. Thanks for the great picture. · 5 hours ago
Keen Ice had finished in front of Frosted the last 2 times they were in the same race. He can make it 3 straight in the 2016 DWC because I don't think Frosted will be racing against Keen Ice in the Al Maktoum round 3.
  • cugel the clever · Not based on current form. Keen Ice hasn't proven that he's even close to the same horse he was in the Travers and Haskell, which appears to be where he peaked over 5 months ago. · 5 hours ago
BREAKING NEWS: Gift Box, 3rd place finisher in the Remsen behind Mohaymen, will miss the Risen Star next week after he missed a workout due to a slight cough, no word yet on how serious it is, but Chad Brown says that he could be rerouted to the Gotham in March or the Tampa Bay Derby, but too soon to tell.
  • pointgiven23 via Disqus · which really means he's off the serious Derby trail path. · 6 hours ago
Nyquist and Exaggerator better hope Malibu Sunshine doesn't show up. He could bust a 100 beyer on that speed favoring track.
Any news on her?
Silence any news on her?
  • SSilence86 via Disqus · She returned to the work tab on 2/1 going easy 4F in :51 and change. I don't know if they'll step her up yet. · 3 days ago
  • SSilence86 via Disqus · She is now possible for the Rachel Alexandra Stakes on Feb. 20th · 19 hours ago
This one's running style will be far more suited to a European style pace pressure set up.
  • BeastBob via Disqus · So he can be 15 lengths behind a slow early pace? · 21 hours ago
  • cugel the clever · Nonsense. Keen Ice's running style is even less suited to Europe than it is in North America. In North America his plodding style sometimes can work if there is a strong and contested pace up front. In Europe, the early and middle pace is usually slow, leaving the pace setter and pressers plenty of energy for an all out run in the final 2F. This is exactly the pace profile that will squash Keen Ice. · 19 hours ago
Returned to the worktab this morning
Racing next in the Pelican Stakes at Tampa Bay on 2/20/16
  • amino998 · What a fabulous claim on 4/5/2014 ... tough spot if X Y Jet goes :( ... is Big Legacy doing better than ever? · 21 hours ago

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