• Taris shows her class in the Go For Wand.Posted 41 minutes ago
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Simon Callaghan tells DRF's David Grening that Taris, winner of the Go For Wand today at Aqueduct, will race in 216 and will point for longer races. She could make her 2016 debut in the G2 Santa Maria and could use tat race as a prep for the G1 Santa Margarita as the early season goal. According to DRF
Won the first race at del Mar today.
BREAKING NEWS: Constellation, an 8 1/4-length winner of Thursday's $150,000 Furlough Stakes for 2-year-old fillies, will likely be kept sprinting.
Wildcat Wish won his second start yesterday at GPW.
Union Jackson just ran as fast as Runhappy did for 6.5F earlier in the summer in his allowance win.
Much has been written about American Pharoah and Bob Baffert. Victor Espinoza now has three wins in the Kentucky Derby, three wins in the Preakness, a Belmont, three Breeder's Cup wins and many graded stakes. He had the incredible good fortune to ride Chrome and AP back to back, tying Ron Turcotte's record for 5 wins in two Triple Crown seasons. Had California Chrome not been injured in the Belmont last year, Victor now might have two consecutive Triple Crowns. If he retired today, how should his legacy compare to the best?
Wow! He didn't win by much, 1 length or 2, but it was a fast race. He went 6f in 1:08.95 and finished in 1:15.05. He was confidently handled through the stretch
YAYYY!! Union Jackson wins again!! Went to the lead and never looked back, only was hit once in the stretch, nice performance!!!
Comparing to 40 years ago, is the "big sandy" surface or top sand layer a lot thinner now? If so, how many inches deeper was the sand layer 40 years ago?
  • By The Numbers · Here's what Jerry Brown (Thoro-Graph) had to say about Belmont (and other tracks): "When the horses of the seventies were running, the cushion at Belmont was three inches. The cushion there is now four inches. To give you an idea of what that means, there was only one day in 2003 at Belmont when the cushion was 3 ½ inches and that was the day when (the moderately talented) Najran ran the 1:32 1/5 mile (when winning the Westchester Handicap) mile. The other difference is that in order to get tracks to dry out faster they've gone to a higher sand content. When sand is dry, it creates a slower track." · 2 hours ago
Union Jackson running in 15 minutes
Majestic Harbor, Valiant City & Commisioner
I guess I can safely say my.....hopes....are high.
Is Wavell Avenue returning for a 2016 campaign? I don't think one graded stakes win for the season, even a BC win, is enough for an Eclipse but this filly has been competitive all season and just getting better. Would love to see her back next year.
Looking forward to watching Gift Box run in a graded stakes race today. I really like the "candy" horses. I was a big fan of CandyBoy last year. He had a lot of guts & grit coming down the stretch. I'll never forget the million dollar bet someone made on him in the Kentucky Derby last year............. Mohayman & Sail Ahoy are the other 2 horses that should fair well. After seeing Mohayman win the Nashua, he's a serious contender on the derby trail...........Tapit sure is a powerful sire in North America.........
Couldn't find the way to fix this, but Hunter O'Riley broke his maiden at Churchill last out
I've got a hunch that Red Vine is going to run a big one today..............Love Private Zone & Tonalist to round out the tri........sentimental with the Candy's........
If she isn't claimed or hurt today at laurel ill be getting a minority share in her
I'm disappointed she's not going to the derby, but a lot can change within a year, so i wouldn't be super surprised if foxhill decides to send her that way, i would be surprised, but not shocked
Suprised that nobody is looking at this guy in the Kentucky Jockey club...........

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