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  • Cloud Computing (13-1) edges a game Classic Empire in the Preakness.Posted 2 days ago
  • World Approval (5-2) whistles home a big winner in the Dixie.Posted 2 days ago
  • No Mo Dough (9-1) explodes to victory in the Sir Barton Stakes.Posted 2 days ago
  • Cambodia (9-2) gets the trip and rolls in the Gallorette.Posted 2 days ago
  • Whitmore (6-5) surges past A.P. Indian in the Maryland Sprint.Posted 2 days ago
  • Yoshida (5-2) wins the James W. Murphy Stakes like a good thing.Posted 2 days ago
  • Recruiting Ready (5-2) rolls to an impressive win in the Chick Lang.Posted 2 days ago
  • Get 10-1 Odds on Always Dreaming on TVG! Posted 2 days ago
  • No catching Everything Lovely (5-2) in The Very One Stakes.Posted 2 days ago
  • Actress (12-1) edges Lights of Medina in a sloppy Black-Eyed Susan.Posted 3 days ago

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Thunder Snow is going to be overlooked on Saturday especially with Churchill in the field...Should run well and should be a fair price too.
GO Tapwrit!!
Fort Larned's half sister
Acapulco has entries on Saturday in both the G2 Temple Stakes over 5f at Haydock Park in Great Britain and in the G2 Greenlands Stakes over 6f at the Curragh in Ireland, so I think it's likely we'll see her show up in a G2 sprint somewhere on Saturday. Stablemate Washington DC is also cross-entered in both races, but I can't imagine Aidan O'Brien feeling the need to run both horses in the same sprint, so I look for the two to be split up, with one running at Haydock and the other at the Curragh. I'm just not certain which horse will run where?
Armande gets home comfortably to win the G2 Prix Corrida at Saint-Cloud for trainer Andre Fabre and Baron Edouard de Rothschild.
trainer said the jockey said he was having trouble with the track how about trouble with his left front which caused him to bear out on the turn ?
BREAKING: I write a message to Claiborne via their official Facebook and they told me that Mastery IS NOT retired and there is even No decision about it. Still recovery after the surgery and everything is going well by now.
1st: Minding 2nd: Ribchester 3rd: Miss Temple City 4th: Mutakayyef
There we go, I'm glad more horses are now being pointed to this race.
Pulled out of last week's G2 Middleton Stakes at York by trainer John Gosden for concerns she wouldn't handle ground that soft, So Mi Dar will instead make her seasonal debut against the boys on Thursday at Sandown Park in the G3 Brigadier Gerard Stakes.
From this morning's Racing Post web-site: Thunder Snow, the colt who grabbed the headlines for all the wrong reasons in the Kentucky Derby, will be given the chance to redeem his reputation on Saturday at the Curragh in Ireland in the G1 Irish 2000 Guineas. This will be Thunder Snow's second meeting with English Guineas winner Churchill after the two clashed last season as juveniles in the G1 Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket, where Thunder Snow finished 4th behind Churchill that day.
I read from just yesterday Solow has retired~ Any news on why?? I know he was scheduled to go at Ascot in a couple of weeks.
My wife and I adopted this horse and he is wonderful. His name is Ready to Defer but we call him Ret. He is in rehab right now for a month and then we will move him to his new home. He is so sweet and willing to learn. The vet gave him a clean bill of health. He has some joint issues but hopefully they will get better with some conditioning and a better diet and supplements. The vet said his front right leg goes outward. The vet was surprised he won as many races as he did because it would cause him to lose speed. Shows how much of a fighting spirit he has. He is with three other Thoroughbreds in the same pasture and when we visit they all come running and are so affectionate and gentle. If anyone is looking to get a new horse I would look to adopt a off track thoroughbred. So many go to Mexico to the killing pens. You would not only get a great horse but you would be saving a precious life.
Love money Mikes ride on this Quality hoss.Notice the left handers and the right hand too finish........Awesome too make mindset go forward.....Mikey has always gone right right ....and finish lefthanded.....This horse needed too be retrained....Interesting too see if Travers is in his Path.....Would not count him out....Last 2 rides were atrocious including The 5 wide Arkansas race.....My new name for him is it ain't over yet..... .
  • pointgiven23 via Disqus · His 3 best races have all been a mile or less. Pretty indicative that he should be kept going shorter · 5 hours ago
https://twitter.com/pybureau14/status/866686300686045184
If you haven't checked out Cirrus des Aigles's Facebook page yet, then I highly recommend it. When most race horses retire you almost never get a glimpse into how they're doing or what they're up to, but that's not the case here! There are plenty of videos and photos and it's updated fairly regularly by a person who truly cares for Cirrus. It's great to see him doing so well! Link: https://www.facebook.com/cirrusdesaigles/
1st: Minding 2nd: Solow 3rd: Ribchester 4th: Miss Temple City Sorry, but Solow gets beaten in this race.
  • ILuvTurfRacing · @anthonyd73648, It's not entirely clear yet if trainer Freddie Head is even gonna have Solow back in the kind of racing shape yet by then that he'll need to be in to tackle a race of that magnitude? For some reason, there being very closed lipped about it? Not much news coming out about Solow's recovery at all, but he's been off the track for quite a long time now. Minding has an entry in the Queen Anne but is will likely run in the Prince of Wales's Stakes at 10f instead according to what Aidan O'Brien has been saying. Minding runs again this Sunday on Irish 1000 Guineas day in the G1 Tattersalls Gold Cup over 10f at the Curragh. I'm pretty sure Coolmore's hand at the royal meeting will be Alice Springs as their #1 in the Queen Anne Stakes, Minding as their #1 in the Prince of Wales's Stakes, and Highland Reel as their #1 in the Hardwicke Stakes. I was actually kind of hoping they would send Highland Reel to Epsom for the G1 Coronation Cup instead, but it looks like Aidan O'Brien is aiming his big filly, Seventh Heaven, at that race instead of Highland Reel from what I've been hearing and reading on-line. · 14 hours ago
Lookin at Lee for the win
  • jrem1 · From the Arkansas Derby onward, he's been on the board everytime. Will definitely play him. · 12 hours ago
For anyone still hung up on the name, this is how it came about - -->> "Seth Klarman and William Lawrence, – the co-owners of Cloud Computing and many other graded stakes winners like G1 winners Practical Joke, Annals of Time and Currency Swap – have the resources. Each man runs a company that manages investments measured in the billions of dollars. Klarman and Lawrence like giving names to their horses that reflect their vocation: among other graded stakes winners they've campaigned in recent years are Takeover Target, Deeply Undervalued, Pricedtoperfection, Strict Compliance, Consumer Credit, Balance the Books and Central Banker."
How About Personal Time ( Malibu Moon-Lady Liberty.) Working at Fair Hill for Shug. Hope he gets these horses running at Saratoga.

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