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Give this guy credit, Curlin has had a remarkable year both on the track and off the track, Curlin gets inducted into the hall of fame this year, he's one of the top sires of 2013, he's got stakes winners from Palace Malice, to the undefeated Stopshoppingdebbie,to Moulin De Mongin, to Classic placed Ride On Curlin, to very promising two year old La Grange, and not to mention the highly anticipated debut of Jess's Dream soon, it seems like every curlin horse is either winning or running in the top 3, wether it's dirt, turf, or synthetic. He is one of the greatest of all time on the track, and now is spreading his legacy to his offsprings, hope he continues to have success and and his runners make him proud.
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  • supercool666 · "Curlin" was good, VERY GOOD, but "Big Brown" was better. · 3 hours ago
  • Roses4U · Part of the best crop so far this century his nemesis during the three year old campaign is nosing him out. Hard Sun as a sire has proved to be a pleasant surprise. · 30 minutes ago
Among the Lady's Secret entrants Labor Day at Monmouth is the Gazelle winner, and Kentucky Oaks runner-up, My Miss Sophia.
He was the best Horse for decades, and only injured could stop him. He was unstoppable in 2008, and would of won the triple crown but for an injury, and he would of definitely Won the BC Classic.
Southern Honey's an overlay if she gets her morning line or higher. I'm willing to forgive her last out, and like the cutback. Thirteen Arrows seems to be in good form, and Delaware shippers have been doing well of late. Could get the best trip from the rail if Rosie sits her behind the front runners. Southern Honey-Thirteen Arrows-Tea Time-Miss Behaviour
Best Horse in America since "Big Brown".
Clearly Now looks like a lock against this field with his training progression since that dominating win in the Belmont Sprint. Only question is will he like the Spa surface. I simply feel this isn't Palace's preferred distance, so that opens the race up to some value. Zee Bros has an upset chance. Clearly Now-Zee Bros-Falling Sky-Big Business
It's official, Shared Belief will be pointed to Awesome Again as final prep for BC Classic, per trainer Jerry Hollendorfer
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  • tmallios via Disqus · are you serious when you talk down the 3yo crop. That is the strength in the Racing game this year. Other than 3 or 4 older horses,the Older horse division is a joke. Why i think that WTC is and amazing bet to win the BCC this year. You say others hide in the 3yo division. Personally WTC is the only legit older horse when he is right,and i think he will be. The rest are Johnny come latelys · 13 hours ago
  • supercool666 · "Horse Of The Year" award beckons for this awesome animal. · 4 hours ago
This horse is a "SUPERSTAR".
If the turf is rated good, I really like Five Iron as somewhat of an upsetter.
A Pick Six carryover of $61,395 was triggered Friday at Del Mar. The Pick Six on Saturday's card starts Race 6.
I just notice that on the HRN POWER RATINGS,that this horse is rated 10th. I could care less if voters have the right to vote for whoever they want. But HRN if you want a legitimate racing site,then rename your list header to "OUR PETS". By calling it a Power Ranking,you are showing a blatant disrespect to those that actually follow the game with a serious perspective.
Gooooooooo Debbie , I might have to go to that one. jlp
VERY GOOD race, man she has really been improving, she blew away a good field today. keep it up girl. jlp
The undefeated 4-year-old Stopshoppingdebbie will make her next start in either the Grade 1, $300,000 Zenyatta Stakes on Sept. 27, or the Grade 3, $100,000 L.A. Woman Stakes on Oct. 4. article on DRF
  • Goblin · Moving forward as 'promised'. Did the article say if Rocco will remain as her jockey? (I don't subscribe to the pay-to-read DRF stuff.) · 11 hours ago
all in with Cozze Up Lady
all in with Seduire
Although I am very excited he is returning to the track, his campaign is boring and unexciting. He's already won all these races! Try something new. He's already shown his dominance on the turf. Why not go to the dirt for a little change?
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  • Melann Johnston via Disqus · There is nothing boring and unexciting about Wise Dan!!! It's doesn't matter where they put him, I just love watching this guy run!!! He is alive and that's what matters!! Go Dan!! · 17 hours ago
  • 5timeHOTY via Disqus · So if a 10f turf horse won the Arlington Million every year would you complain that it was boring?. · 12 hours ago
surprised that they are going to the turf with this guy, i wish them well, will very nice to see him vs. Wise Dan, however, if i trained the horse, i would've considered running him in the Kelso at Belmont Park, I know it's a cross country trip, but its the only logical dirt prep for the BC Dirt Mile, its right up his wheelhouse and, if the field doesn't come up tough, he would very tough, and i think he like Belmont, almost won the Met Mile and finished a very good 2nd in the champagne as a 2 year old, anyway, hope all goes well at Keeneland
Sean McCarthy, trainer of Gold Cup at Santa Anita winner Majestic Harbor, sixth in Sunday’s Pacific Classic, said the horse came out of the race in excellent shape and is headed for the Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita with “possibly” one start, in the Awesome Again, the stepping stone to the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic.
Joel Rosario, leading rider at Del Mar from 2009-2011 before moving his tack to the East Coast, will be back for a one-day stand on Sunday. He is booked on four mounts, the main one being Flamboyant for Patrick Gallagher in the Del Mar Derby.

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