• High Noon Rider wins the Better Talk Now as the longest shot on the board.Posted 3 hours ago
  • It's all Stellar Wind in Del Mar's Torrey Pines.Posted 1 day ago
  • Lady Shipman both Smart and Fancy in winning another one at the Spa.Posted 1 day ago
  • Keen Ice shocks American Pharoah in the Travers.Posted 2 days ago
  • Flintshire flaunts his class in the Grade 1 Sword Dancer.Posted 2 days ago
  • Nothing but a walk in the park for Private Zone in the Grade 1 Forego.Posted 2 days ago
  • Runhappy runs them off their feet in the Grade 1 King's Bishop.Posted 2 days ago
  • Unbridled Forever storms to victory in the Grade 1 Ballerina.Posted 2 days ago
  • Sheer Drama makes her claim as the East's best mare with a Personal Ensign win.Posted 2 days ago
  • Lubash runs by King Kreesa to score in the West Point.Posted 3 days ago


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Thank you so much!
Now those two will make me a nervous wreck lol A Curlin baby and a Rachael baby in the same race It's like going to a tennis tournament juniors and being asked which kid will u watch if they are playing on different courts.
Looked like a true winner! Crazy how both Coz and Taco have been duds but she came out as flashy as ever with a strong win. Here's to the fillies!
  • Mark Kennedy via Disqus · Hmmm taco a dud. Don't think so he won his first race as well in even more impressive fashion · 56 minutes ago
He was and still is my all time favorite race horse. I still have my scrape book I made of him and his racing carer.
This looks like it could be a pretty big field
The difference this time is the other trainers decided they wanted to win not just run for second
hate to say it but I agree would of liked him the runin the jockey club but I say ewst him up for the big dance and enjoy all those wonderfull mares sounds like a good life to me!!!! he won the t.c. and the Haskell and he will be fresh for the classic I doubt he looses that one... but what a race that will be frosted Dortmund honor code and that mare oh what a mare she is beholder nice way to get a w and ride off in the sunset.so he finished 2 .he was tired you can see that wasent his a race but keen ice deserved the win ...
I said it on Belmont Day and I'll say it again. That's exactly what Frosted should have done in the Belmont!
  • Mark Kennedy via Disqus · Totally agree sully and I'll go one more. I think in the classic Keen ice could do that and keep on running · 1 hour ago
Frosted proved that he was the second best horse in this crop today (despite finishing third) Without his regular rider (Frosted's horrible luck continues) Frosted went toe to toe with AP and despite losing tired AP out enough to let KI's expected late surge be enough. Like Ive said the Derby proved that Frosted could be a match for AP over 10 and he was. Besides AP and KI no (active) three year olds are in his class and this race proved that.
  • Mark Kennedy via Disqus · Does anyone actually watch horse racing keen ice normally run from the back of the pack bad then makes one big kick. This time they moved him way up to mid pack and he d all the gas to get the job dines. Maybe Ap would have won but he would have blown frosted doors off no matter what the scenario was because of the adjustment · 1 hour ago
I am trying to find out when he passed and where he passed away and how old he was.
BREAKING NEWS: La Verdad, the expected favorite for the G1 Ballerina today at Saratoga, has been scratched because of inflammation to her hind leg. Trainer Linda Rice says the injury could men she is out of action for the next few months. According to DRF
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  • Ida Lee via Disqus · Darn, she was my pick to win. I hope La Verdad will heal soon. I'm glad though that she was scratched and did not race with a possible injury. · 2 days ago
  • CauseForConcern · Wow!!!! Not aware of the procedure(s), but I wonder why it took nearly a month for the results. Back in 1968, Dancer's Image was eliminated from the top spot in the Kentucky Derby not long after the running of the race(not sure if it was a couple of days, or not, but it seemed like by Monday, there was a ruling). · 2 hours ago
AP and Frosted - my two faves....I had actually picked 1. AP, 2. Frosted and 3. Upstart. Frosted has beat KI three times before. It is only by Frosted's good effort during the Traver's that KI had that opportunity.
Won today's 6th race at Saratoga. Not having seen the race, but based on the charts, there was a nine-horse field. Four horses hit the gate, one horse bobbled, and another fell to his face at the start. That would leave only three horses with a clean break!!! Wow, must've been a spectacle to witness that. PS Three horses, not four, hit the gate. Thus, four had a clean break.
Hi. Pharoah wore an aluminium pad the day of the travers. Did the horse always wear one in every past race to?
BREAKING NEWS: In an unbelievable turn of events, multiple Graded stakes winner La Verdad, who scratched from the G1 Ballerina due to injury, could be disqualified from her victory in the Grade 2 Honorable Miss Stakes at Saratoga on July 29 after she tested positive for clenbuterol, a bronchodilator. The test was done a few days ago and the results came out positive. This result could lead to the disqualification of La Verdad's victory and possible suspension of trainer Linda Rice. Article on DRF, http://www.drf.com/news/preview/la-verdad-tests-positive-clenbuterol-rice-denies-administering-it
I wonder what he would of done in the Belmont
What happened with Kentuckian? I thought he was supposed to run in the King's Bishop this past Saturday. Anyone know what happened and where he's pointed to next? Been almost two months.
Victor Espinoza was fined $15,000 for wearing a promotional material on his boots, but the horse was not fined. I hope the sponsors will pay for Victor's fine.
Private Zone is both eligible to run in the BC Mile & BC Sprint in Keeneland on Oct. 31. Which race is more suited for him and the best chance to win in the Breeders Cup? I vote for the BC Mile, in which he will control the pace.
From the Racing Post web-site earlier today: In what was considered by many to be a shock decision, the most successful female jockey in British racing history, 32 year old Hayley Turner, announced today that she will retire from the saddle at the end of this season, siting a growing frustration at the lack of opportunities to ride at the top level and a decline in rides during the week. In the summer of 2011, Turner rode Dream Ahead to victory in the G1 Darley July Cup and Margot Did to victory in the G1 Nunthorpe Stakes. She also rode I'm A Dreamer to her win in the G1 Beverly D. Stakes in 2012, but there have been few comparable highlights for Turner since. Sources close to Hayley Turner say she is likely to try and develop a career in the media after retirement while also exploring a profile outside of horse racing.

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