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Looking more and more like a Bc classic romp for him
So happy for Curlin! I think he may be a good one. Mark Casse is pretty excited about him & has been watching him do some training too. I can't wait to see him on the track. Good luck to the connections, but especially the trainer. Work your magic with him.
Always excited for the Belmont. A race of this length is so rare. Truly the test of a champion as the Derby is bumper cars and the Preakness is recovery rate. 9 furlongs is classic. 10 furlongs is extraordinary.
Ticonderoga worked 4f, May 23rd, in 49.16 (b) finishing 5/44.
Ancient Secret worked 4f, May 23rd, in 50.39 (b) finishing 28/44.
Obviously worked 3f, May 23rd, in 37.40 (h) finishing 1/1.
Lady Aurelia worked 5f, May 23rd, in 1:02.20 (b) finishing 1/2.
Wild Shot worked 4f, May 23rd, in 49.40 (b) finishing 20/53.
The Pizza Man worked 5f, May 23rd, in 1:03.80 (b) finishing 27/28.
Streamline worked 4f, May 23rd, in 51.60 (b) finishing 45/51.
McCraken worked 4f, May 23rd, in 49.80 (b) finishing 25/51.
Harmonize worked 4f, May 23rd, in 49.00 (b) finishing 13/51.
Green Mask worked 4f, May 23rd, in 48.40 (b) finishing 1/9.
Tepin'so Replacement. ....Next filly up..
New Freak On The Block.
curlin colt sells for 1.5 million today bought by john okley will be trained by MARK CASSE BREEZED 10 SECONDS AT THE BREEZE SHOW
The horse I'd most like to see in the Belmont is Patch. Hopefully with a mid to inside draw.
CE is a fighter. I hope he wins in Belmont, it will be well deserved!
I don't see this horse winning in Belmont, he was outrun by Thunder Snow in UAE who was 20th in KD.
So which running style benefits the most in the Belmont stakes?, is it better for closers or stalkers..I'm sure the pace is going to be slower with mile and half distance so horses will have conserve energy for the last push. I would think it benefits closers as they have more distance to make their move

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