• The breeding rights to Classic Empire have been acquired by Coolmore.Posted 1 day ago
  • Cloud Computing (13-1) edges a game Classic Empire in the Preakness.Posted 4 days ago
  • World Approval (5-2) whistles home a big winner in the Dixie.Posted 4 days ago
  • No Mo Dough (9-1) explodes to victory in the Sir Barton Stakes.Posted 4 days ago
  • Cambodia (9-2) gets the trip and rolls in the Gallorette.Posted 4 days ago
  • Whitmore (6-5) surges past A.P. Indian in the Maryland Sprint.Posted 4 days ago
  • Yoshida (5-2) wins the James W. Murphy Stakes like a good thing.Posted 4 days ago
  • Recruiting Ready (5-2) rolls to an impressive win in the Chick Lang.Posted 4 days ago
  • Get 10-1 Odds on Always Dreaming on TVG! Posted 4 days ago
  • No catching Everything Lovely (5-2) in The Very One Stakes.Posted 4 days ago
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First draft 1st- TAPWRIT 2nd- PATCH 3rd- CLOUD COMPUTING 4th- Irish War Cry 5th- Twisted Tom 6th- Classic Empire 7th- Meantime 8th- J Boys Echo 9th- Gormley 10th- Senior Investment 11th- Lookin At Lee 12th- Irap 13th- Conquest Mo Money 14th- Epicharis 15th- Multiplier
Why do they space his races out so much? Is Arrogate the kind of horse that runs better with time between his races, or are his connections only interested in the most prestigious G1s? If we're going to call this horse the Man O' War of our time, I would like the opportunity to see him more than a few times a year (assuming that his connections are simply being picky; if it is because he does better on a longer break, then it's understandable).
I really can't get over Cloud Computing winning the Preakness race...I use him in the exotics because he was one of the highest wet track ratings but winning...no way!! I was totally humiliated with AD losing so badly !! Nevertheless, I must accept things like this happen in horse racing...so I will rise again with another learning curb :(
Why is he not going in the SA Gold Cup?
After news of his retirement was made public, trainer Freddie Head in speaking to various members of the racing media called Solow, "perhaps the best horse I've ever trained." I'd say that's high praise indeed coming from a man that also trained the brilliant filly Goldikova to 14 Grade/Group 1 successes during her incredible career.
Om worked 6f, May 24th, in 1:14.20 (h) finishing 2/6.
Vale Dori worked 4f, May 24th, in 48.80 (h) finishing 13/49.
Wow possible 15 going for this race IWC added to the list
Danzing Candy worked 4f, May 24th, in 48.00 (h) finishing 6/49.
yo big lad have a pat on the back , they were all off again talking up the dreamboy as the next TC winner ,,,, didn't happen carry on the good work and take what kingoftheworld has to say with a pinch of salt he needs medication or the men in white coats will be taking him away soon
Tu Brutus worked 5f, May 24th, in 1:01.64 (b) finishing 2/20.
Unified worked 4f, May 24th, in 49.42 (b) finishing 11/40.
Summersault worked 4f, May 24th, in 48.45 (b) finishing 5/46.
Not sure if he's ready for the Belmont, but he's a speed galloper who should continue to improve into a very nice horse. He's a big guy and was going very well in the Peter Pan but Ortiz got schooled by JJ when Ortiz went very wide into the lane trying to carry the other horse out, but JJ cut back inside to go on for the win. Another nice Shackleford that can carry his speed and Ortiz won't make the same mistake. He's a nice one now that will only get better.
Motion confirmed today that No Mo Dough will point towards the Jim Dandy.
Deserves another shot in the Belmont.
"Classic Empire" claims his 4th G1 race on 10th June. You heard it here first folks! :-)
Per DRF, #BelmontStakes a possibility for Irish War Cry.
Per Bob Baffert, Collected will not run in the Gold Cup. Did not think his recent work was an "A" work.
Happy Birthday (slightly belated) to Thunder Gulch as he becomes a 25 y/o pensioner! He and stablemate Serena's Song accomplished exceptional 3 y/o seasons travelling and winning stakes races coast to coast and in Kentucky throughout 1995. During his career he won races from 6f. to 1 1/2 mi.; fractured a fore cannon bone in the '95 JCGC and still managed to finish the race, running 5th. He subsequently had surgery and never ran again. I hope this photo of him in his paddock at Ashford/Coolmore yesterday links properly. https://twitter.com/coolmoreamerica/status/867100287701577730

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