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I want to see Game On Dude run in a much shorter races like BC Mile Dirt or an 8.5F races and let's see if these so called "extended sprints" horses can catch up with him. With his age, it is very hard for him to win in classic races. Bullet Bob, please take note.
  • Mary Z. · Good odds next time, maybe. I think better for him to try for the lead in a longer route, 9, 10f. So many more can last at 8 or 8.5 f. · 3 days ago
  • supercool666 · I agree with you 100%. I came on here to post exactly the same thing!! I don't want connections to run him in the BC Classic, what is the point, he CANNOT win that race, he just wont stay!!! The BC Dirt Mile would be the ideal race for Game On Dude, he has so much speed and wont tire, I would love to see him go up against Bayern and Goldencents, it would be one of the best races at the Breeders Cup! · 30 minutes ago
Wilmington, Del., August 28, 2014 —All wagers were refunded in the third race at Delaware Park today due to a technical issue. A temporary communications/tote malfunction allowed the mutuel pool for the race to remain open after the race started compromising the integrity of the pool. The issue remains under investigation. Subsequent races took place without issue.
Indianapolis worked out 8/28 at Del Mar on a fast track, running 5f in 1:00.60 handily.
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Look like Goldencents is headed for Keeneland for the Shadwell Turf Mile to take on Wise Dan. This will be his first race on turf.
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  • tmallios via Disqus · Cedar you nailed it on the head. The BC Dirt Mile has a 1 Million Dollar Purse. The Turf Mile carries a 2 Million Dollar purse. They know that more than likely Dan has lost a couple of lengths. O'neill has looked at the competition and basically said......... Why not. Also he is far from a slam dunk on the dirt. They are not kidding themselves,they know that last years track the day he ran ,contributed greatly to his win. With all the negative public outcry after that day,and the fact that the track was switched overnite. Do not expect any juiced up surface at Santa Anita for this years BC Races. · 6 hours ago
  • Mary Z. · Still figuring out this site. Remembered today that dirt sprinter-miler Dominus won the Bernard Baruch in his first turf race. Short career and only had two races after that, but he wired . · 4 hours ago
How can I get the past performance of the Brazilian breed horse.
Remembered today that dirt sprinter-miler Dominus won the Bernard Baruch in his first turf race. Short career and only had two races after that, but he wired.
Mike takes the blinkers off in a n1x 1 1/8th on the dirt Monday.
Is there any word on when Jess's Dream or Cozmic One will run their first race
the Place colt in the 2014 Travers was done at the 1/16th pole just awaiting on anyone what was close and had the gas.....
SB can rate, stalk, close and go to the lead. Chrome, Dude, wicked strong, Tonalist all need to be on or near the lead to win. If the pace is slow,SB will go to lead, relax and run away. If the go fast, he will find a comfy spot,
  • cugel the clever · WS will beat both CC and SB wherever they next meet. He was the best horse in the Travers. He and the jock went to sleep when they made the lead in the stretch.... jock should have been paying more attention to who was coming up on the outside. He had plenty of horse left. · 6 hours ago
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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Retired and standing at Northview Stallion Station
I saw this same sad ploy with a good one from here Wando: "get credentials on two surfaces so we can promote the stallion as multi-purpose." Won't work: his running style is that of an extended DIRT sprinter NOT a "run like the wind late mover" that is the style on the green.
Partnerships forming now. Shares available in our yearling colt by Majestic Warrior and in our 3YO filly Storm Bank. More info at www.pocketacesracing.com.
Trainer John Gosden has raised the possibility of Kingman stepping up in trip next season if the brilliant colt stays in training. Given that he carries the same colors of owner Prince Khalid Abdullah, Kingman is inevitably compared to the unbeaten Frankel, who also dominated in the mile division during his classic season before proving equally dominate over 10f in his 4YO season. Speaking on the subject, John Gosden said, "Frankel obviously went mile, mile, mile as a 3yo, but stepped up to 10f in the Juddmonte International and again in the Champion Stakes as a 4yo. If Kingman stays in training next seasons you have the option to do similar things, but at this stage as a 3yo, a mile is and will remain Kingman's trip."

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