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I think his next step should be the Indiana derby, nice g2 and purse!
  • Zafonic via Disqus · Or, they could give him a couple of extra weeks rest and shoot for the G2 West Virginia Derby $750k. Indiana is Amoss' stomping grounds. · 48 minutes ago
Will stand his first season at Arrowfield Stud before being moved to Haras d'Etreham for 2017. His stud fee will be €11,100/Aus $16,500. Nicolas de Chambure, the general manager for Haras d'Etreham is very excited for their new addition, "Redoute's Choice was really well received when he spent two years in France and I think French and European breeders were very impressed by the quality of his stock.... I was therefore very keen to find one of his sons and Scissor Kick has everything I was looking for. He hails from one of the best families in Europe, he is an outstanding individual and he was a Group 1 performer with class and courage. It didn't take me long to make up my mind about him and I am very pleased to be working with Arrowfield to offer such an exciting prospect in France next year."
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Just announced via the Racing Post web-site: The Gurkha will be declared on Thursday morning to run in Saturday's G1 Coral-Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park, with trainer Aidan O'Brien confirming his intention to run the French 2000 Guineas winner and St James's Palace Stakes runner-up against his elders for the 1st time, and also stepping the son of Galileo up in trip beyond a mile for the 1st time in his career to date.
I love Firing Line. He is my favorite horse in training. I don't doubt his talent at all, but I think that racing him against Dortmund and CC in his first appearance in 14 months would be downright foolish.
Winner of his last 5 starts including the listed Newmarket Stakes during English Guineas weekend and the G3 Tercentenary Stakes during Ascot's royal meeting, Hawbill has been supplemented at a cost of $30,000(Euros) to run in Saturday's G1 Coral-Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park, and it's expected the Godolphin owned 3YO son of Kitten's Joy is likely to get optimum conditions as he tackles Group 1 company for the first time.
Thank you. I case I miss the entry. Please drop me a message.
I don't know if this pic of him has been posted yet or not because my phone is hating on me today- but even if it has its worth another look
Need to know when she will race again. Winner next outing.
Juddmonte racing manager, Lord Teddy Grimthorpe, told the Racing Post today that Exosphere will not run in Saturday's G1 Coral-Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park, nor will he run in Sunday's G1 Grand Prix de Saint Cloud in France. Grimthorpe went on to say that after Exosphere's lack luster performance in the G2 Hardwicke Stakes at Ascot that it was decided by trainer Sir Michael Stoute and Prince Khalid Abdullah that he would likely benefit more from another run at G2 level first before attempting to step up against G1 company, so connections have decided that Exosphere will instead run in the G2 Princess of Wales Stakes over 12f at Newmarket/July on July 7th.
It is sad that bloodhorse and Horse Racing Nation didn't report any of this grief sooner or can't currently and offer horse racing fans of these beloved animals transparency and objectivity to raise everyone's awareness and aid the animals to care themselves with the information. Despicable to all involved and that includes anyone who had the info. of neglect and didn't act.
  • MaryZinke via Disqus · The horse websites aren't that one chick. · 10 hours ago
  • Goblin · Briefly, HRN is a wiki site. Various racing publications have been reporting this particular ongoing story for at least a month. Paulick actually began offering insight into the "other" side of the "trainer" as far back as 11/4/15. Much of the information on this neglect situation has come from a source linked here (below) over a month ago. I'll relink it for you. https://www.usracing.com/news/analysis/shocking-untold-story-maria-borell Awareness can be maintained at present through Paulick, BH, Rick Porter/Fox Hill sites, Zayat sites, USRacing site, and One Horse at a Time; maybe others. Donations are being accepted, of course, and the TRF is taking some (if not all) of the horses being removed from the Mercer County property. Some of us donate regularly to retirement and rescue equine organizations. · 5 hours ago
Trivia: OTHER than Northern Dancer, what horse's name has been represented as both a Kentucky Derby and Plate winner?
  • kaitlinefree1 · nobody! he stands alone. · 7 hours ago
  • MaryZinke via Disqus · 1897 winner of the Plate, Ferdinand, shares his name with the 1986 Kentucky Derby winner. Thank you for The Plate. · 5 hours ago
Looks like she will have some good competitors in the Mother Goose - she's my pick!! Will be a good one
This list is a joke!!!
He won Teio Sho (OHI JPN-G1,D2000m)6/29/2016,ride by Yutaka Take. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8B2RQI886Rk
TVG is the worst ADW out there--rebates are horrible--go elsewhere.
His Profile http://www.jbis.jp/horse/0001123166/
In his great book "The Plate-A Royal Tradition," Emeritus Hall of Fame director Lou Cauz outlines the long a varied history of this contest, which has been run CONTINUOUSLY, without a break, from its inception to today. When regular horse racing was banned during the war effort in the early teens of the century, it was held as a single race. IT has been held at several venues, was ORIGINALLY a maiden race limited to Ontario breds, had a "ringer" win once way back and it's current form (open to Canadian breds from all over the country) only was set up after the 30's. When Queen Elizabeth gives up the throne to her grandson (the projected line of progression) this contest will revert to being the King's Plate again.
Holy alias Curlin, chief stirrer, in response to your question at the virused Destin thread, you may want to consider Esposito. Of course along with the Plate Trial boys Amis Gizmo and Shakhimat and the Oaks girls. I don't know why da Silva is on the Red horse, but give that one another look.
  • Holy Curlin via Disqus · Hi! Alias??? You're still on that😊 What personality do you think I am again? The last post in which you responded to me was about tasting something and Frenching😁 I'll examine your considerations. Thanks!!! · 10 hours ago
  • Holy Curlin via Disqus · Oh and how'd you bet the Belmont? I had Destin to WP and keyed to Lani and a few others. Killing myself I didn't have Creator after he ran out of the money after a G1 win & left off at boxcar odds · 9 hours ago

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