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  • Sunbean raises his career record to 12-for-19 lifetime with a Delta Mile victory! Posted 10 hours ago
  • Ocho Ocho Ocho edges Mr. Z in the Delta Downs Jackpot! Posted 11 hours ago
  • Take Charge Brandi scores again, this time in the Delta Downs Princess!Posted 12 hours ago
  • Strike Charmer flew away with the Cardinal! Posted 12 hours ago
  • Yahilwa and Mike Smith get the job done in the Treasure Chest!Posted 13 hours ago
  • Honor Code returns a winner in an Aqueduct allowance! Posted 14 hours ago
  • Ben's Cat vs. Bern Identity in 2014 Fabulous Strike at Penn National.Posted 1 day ago
  • Cigar Mile hopeful Itsmyluckyday drilled a 5f bullet in 1:00.40 at GPW on Nov 20.Posted 1 day ago
  • No Problem a game winner of the Bob Hope! Posted 7 days ago
  • Sparkling Review closes powerfully to win the Mrs Revere! Posted 7 days ago

What the Horse Racing Nation is talking about...

An extremely impressive win in the Jockey Club Mile under a hand ride. Perhaps the most interesting thing was this his declared race weight was 1301lbs! He's one big horse with a helluva turn of foot. Gold Fun finished second, Ambitious Dragon third.
  • ILuvTurfRacing · Look out for Able Friend in 3 weeks time when he comes back to run in the G1 Hong Kong Mile. This horse just doesn't run bad races, and he made beating two very talented turf milers in Gold-Fun & Ambitious Dragon look almost too easy in the Jockey Club Mile. · 5 minutes ago
Wonder what happened to him ?
Does anyone else think his running style and crazy turn of foot might suit him for turf?
As I was watching my recorded edition of HRTV's Thoroughbred Week last night, (the episode covering the Breeders’ Cup.) I began to reflect on the paths of the horses and their connections, and the different roads that lead them to this stage. In doing so, I began remembering all of the great races t...Read More
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  • Mike Relva via Disqus · Fred,called Ramsey Farm yesterday afternoon and found out Vicar's doing good with the chance of racing sometime next year,but could be sold to breeding farm if the right offer happens. · 3 days ago
  • mdreynolds · Great story! I was let down by the Breeders Cup and this story has made me remember that there have been a lot of great stories this year! · 3 hours ago
Undefeated Ocho Ocho Ocho battled all the way to the wire to win a photo over Mr. Z in the Grade 3, $1 million Delta Downs Jackpot.Read More
  • Mike Relva via Disqus · Does anyone know how bad Conquest T. is injured? · 4 hours ago
Take a look at the difficult path from the Breeders' Cup Juvenile to the Kentucky Derby.Read More
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  • hannahWTC1 · I think the problem isn't with the race but with the time its run. Barely any top juveniles to race in any top juvenile race make it to the KY Derby. The Hopeful, Champagne, Breeders Cup Juvenile and more don't make Kentucky Derby winners because most Derby winners were okay 2 year olds who kept maturing instead of early bloomers. It's not just the Juvenile with a bad record · 11 hours ago
  • geldedridgling · IMO a lot of the recent data you have on the Breeders' Cup juvenile is not really usable for various reasons. First off, The BCJ was contested on a synthetic surface in 2008 and 2009, which had to effect which trainers decided to send their horses to the race. In 2012 and 2013, juveniles couldn't use lasix, which again, effects who actually ran in those races. That leaves 2010 and 2011. Uncle Mo was more than dominant in the fall of 2011, which probably scared off some competition, but as we know now the best horses of that generation either hadn't run on dirt yet or hadn't even made it to the race track yet. I think this year's results will be similar to 2011, where many of the horses that ran in the BJC came back to have great 3 year old seasons. In the 2011 BJC you had the Belmont, Travers, and Pacific Classic winners. Wow. This year, Texas Red will be on the LA path to the Derby, Carpe Diem probably on the Florida, and Upstart in NY. It should be an interesting year. · 6 hours ago
You did AWESOME today Honor Code!!!! Way to get back in the game!!!!
Take Charge Brandi backed up her Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies victory with a convincing win in the $400,000 Delta Downs Princess (G3). Read More
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  • tmallios via Disqus · Got that right Jockey. The Lady is explosive with talent that has not been flashed or seen by any other in the past few years. · 7 hours ago
  • Jbyrnes1 · Lady Eli's got my vote now, but if TCB goes west and wins the Starlet like Lukas said she might, then I would really have to consider Take Charge Brandi as the champ · 6 hours ago
I honestly thought Danessa Deluxe did very well today. Stayed with the leaders in the stretch and only lost by nearly 5 lengths but she easily defeated the fifth place finisher, Temper Mint Patty by nearly 13 lengths. Great improvement from Danessa Deluxe today she showed she is one of them, and also showed she had the heart, determination and talent. Can't wait to see this filly next time.
Saturday's 7th race (4:15pm CT) from Delta Downs is the Grade 3 Delta Jackpot for 2-year-olds traveling a mile and a sixteenth on the main track. #7 Red Button (12-1) has been competitive on dirt, synthetic, and turf. The SoCal shipper earned an improved number in a two turn turf stakes race at Sant...Read More
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  • vodkak · Oh get a life Mary. Your hero tv didn't pick a 10-3 exacta giggles. · 9 hours ago ·
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  • Mary Z. · vodgag, Do you mean like your 9 lives? Which one will you be tomorrow? And, really, vodgag, why jump on me when it's obvious who you'd rather jump on. You should avoid the "middle man", unless that's your thing. · 8 hours ago ·
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9-1-10-5
Likely to run back in the Starlet... oy vey
I wonder when this request will be coming. #yesshesaidthat
I thought most impressive race today at Delta. Passed the 2 horses like they were standing still.
LUBASH, now a millionaire with Tropical Turf 'Cap win!
Good move down the stretch!
Sentimental pick, Decisive Moment 8,4,2
Glad to see he still looks like he did as a two year old- calm and collected, and when he is told to go- he has a monster turn of foot. Is it just me or did he get HUGE?! Either way I'm glad to see his head is in the game and he still has nice form. I am so excited for the older division next year! With The Malice returning,
  • easy lgoer · Palace Malice will be retired early next year after he goes up against all the new four year olds · 10 hours ago
Almost black colt to like, Ocho.
Ochos, Conquest Tsunami, Golden Actor, Wake Up Nick.
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  • sully · 4 deep to kick off the P5...1,4,5,10. · 10 hours ago
  • Mary Z. · I did yell for "dummy" to not mess up on the 10. Chalk that up for a win on the fav. i know it's rafi-ing, but the next 3 were considerations last night, just that the 3 has been such a willing loser. the Saratoga one seemed like short speed on sloppy or muddy track only and I forget why I dismissed the other one. · 10 hours ago

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