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I high classed 3yo gets a weight break and Lasix

10/14/2012 5:38 AM
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 9 Princess Highway is considered among the very best 3yo fillies in Europe.  Look back to her GII Ribblesdale where she left GI, and future Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare entrant, the Fugue six lengths behind.  With the ons and offs of this fillies' season it seems obvious that she has had some sort of physical trouble, maybe one that Lasix (something she's getting for the first time) may resolve.  She has been keeping class with the very best fillies and mares in Europe, the Prix Vermeille is where the Arc winner hailed from.  She retains her regular jock, Smullen, and I look for her to win in her North American debut.

There are numerous other strong threats in here.  2 Pagera (first time lasix), 3 Siyouma, 4 Barefoot Lady and 5 Dream Peace are all Eurpean based horses that have form that holds up very strong here.  Another longshot I would like to give a look in the exotics is the 10 Vamo a Galupiar, she's getting Mike Smith to come ride her and her best race came over a damp racecourse last winter at Santa Anita.

 

$40 W 9

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Irish breds run 1st, 3rd, 4th
All hail the IRISH bred
Dutch Prg * 3 4.03 20 * 8 20.00 5 * 9 4.20 20 *13 19.00 5
It is NOT the blood in their mouths that is the problem, but deep in the bronchieoles that is the major concern.
Horses running in the inner paths did well in the turf sprint as those have not been used in almost 10 days.
No it does not resolve it, it SOMETIMES hides it to the public. I cannot tell you how many bloody tongue ties I have pcked up right outside the winner`s circle.
Hey I don't think lasix makes a horse run faster, but if a horse has a bleeding problem lasix resolves it. A horse with blood in his or her mouth will not run as fast as one without the blood. Nahrain getting lasix last out in the Flower Bowl was a major angle.
All Irish program here: 4 Barefoot Lady (IRE) * 3 Siyouma (IRE) 5 Dream Peace (IRE) 12 Kissable (IRE)
Contenders are the #5, 11 and 1. Class wise the #5 Dream Peace stands out. Bet #5 to win and box exactas with the #5, 11, 1. Good luck!!!
"All 3 methods of determining racing time indicated that geldings without EIPH had significantly faster racing times (P less than 0.05) when given furosemide before racing than when furosemide was not given before racing. Females and colts without EIPH were determined to have faster racing times when furosemide was given before racing, but the difference was not significant.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2337276
" No significant difference was observed for distance covered (km) and time required to cover this distance between treatment groups." http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2711466/
Furosemide is not the end all be all that is touted. "Drugging" horses with it will NOT make them run faster. QUOTE:"Horses administered furosemide for the first time did not have faster race times than did untreated horses." ftp://ftp.aave.inv.org.ar/IVIS/aaep/Association%20Between%20Race%20Time%20and%20Furosemide%20Administration.pdf