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  • Bayerd gets the job done in the Springboard Mile! Posted 3 days ago
  • Acceptance remains unbeaten in winning the King Glorious! Posted 3 days ago
  • Good Luck Gus best in the Damon Runyon! Posted 3 days ago
  • Mr. Z works 5F in 1:00.00 (2/24) at Los Al on Dec. 14Posted 3 days ago
  • Liam's Map gamely gets his first stakes win in the Harlan's Holiday! Posted 4 days ago
  • Micromanage over Vyjack in the Queens County! Posted 4 days ago
  • Sunbean does it again in the Louisana Champions Day Classic! Posted 4 days ago
  •  Merry Meadow gets up for the win in the Grade 3 Sugar Swirl!Posted 4 days ago
  • Top Billing breezed 3F in :38.00 (4/10) at Payson Park T.C.Posted 5 days ago
  • Bayern worked 4f in :49 (41/87) at Santa Anita on Dec 11.Posted 6 days ago

What the Horse Racing Nation is talking about...

In an interesting comment thread today on Horse Racing Nation, we were asked which horse, barring Secretariat, was the most talented we ever saw in person. I’ve been lucky enough to see all the American greats of the last 40-plus years, yet still, I did not need to think long about my answer. It was...Read More
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  • Mike Relva via Disqus · As his trainer stated,"best horse ever to look thru a bridle". · 3 hours ago
  • travel_vic · IF not for this HORSE, Buddy Delp would have never been known outside of Baltimore. · 2 hours ago
Wednesday's 9th race (4:27pm ET) from Gulfstream Park is an Optional Claiming event for 2-year-olds traveling one mile on the main track. #2 Bluegrass Singer (4-1) improved his Final Time Rating in each of his four dirt starts and earned the best last race number (3rd, beaten a neck) in a sprint sta...Read More
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  • amino998 · “I don’t want to be really harsh BUT"_"late odds shift 1 Savoy Stomp 7 Glenville Gardens 3 Mamilio 9 Bluegrass Luck makes these better wager options. but will look with one last click straight analyst goes this way 2 Bluegrass Singer 3 Mamilio 7 Glenville Gardens 9 Bluegrass Luck so it is a hybrid of the two” would indicate as the odds grew worse on Savoy Stomp he became a better wager??? >> The PFs tabbed the trifecta :) . · 7 hours ago ·
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  • mdracing69 · Thanks, Mary Z and amino998. Nice exacta, cognibene. Back to Los Al for Thursday's play. · 3 hours ago ·
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ZATT fires up the time machine in an attempt to project who might be best in the 2015 racing season.Read More
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  • Mr.G via Disqus · East Coast bias much.... · 4 hours ago
  • Sullivan · Brian, thought I would share your stats. Champion 2yo 0-1 Champion 2yo Filly 0-1 Champion 3yo 0-1 Champion 3yo Filly 0-1 Champion Older Male 0-1 Champion Older Female 1-1 Champion Sprinter 0-1 Champion Female Sprinter 1-1 Champion Turf Horse 0-1 Champion Female Turf Horse 0-1 Horse of the Year 0-1 And my picks: Champion 2yo - Hideous (Distorted Humor - Flatter Me by El Prado) Champion 2yo Filly - Tap to It (Tapit - Leave Me Alone by Bold Badgett) Champion 3yo - Wincoma Champion 3yo Filly - Enchantress Champion Older Male - Wicked Strong Champion Older Female - Rosalind Champion Sprinter - Big Macher Champion Female Sprinter - Filimbi Champion Turf Horse - Old Sport Champion Female Turf Horse - Personal Diary Horse of the Year - Hideous · 3 hours ago
America’s top jockeys will be again be center stage when Santa Anita Park opens for its 78th Winter Meeting on Friday, Dec. 26.Read More
  • charlie via Disqus · Mike Smith may be a money rider , but I can't seem to catch him . · 3 hours ago
Race Clue #1 - A full field of 12 went to the post for this tradition-rich one-turn stakes race. Race Clue #2 - The three favorites were all coming in off layoffs of more than five months, six months, and a year respectively.Read More
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  • Chris Miskell via Disqus · Sorry, I was driving. I figured it had to be the Malibu or the Met Mile and the former seemed to fit better with the issue of the the champions. That pointed me to Ferdinand and Snow Chief. · 3 hours ago
  • zatt · Well played! · 3 hours ago
DRF'S Mike Welsh reports that Social Inclusion is back in training with Chad Brown, Brown says that he is taking his time with him and a return date should come soon, according to DRF
1965 would have been an exciting time for any young girl living in America. For one Carol Louise Neloy, however, exciting would climb to a new level. For Americans, 1965 presented several events that would go on significantly to affect changes that are still present in their society today.For one th...Read More
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  • Buckpasser via Disqus · Fred. You know my feelings about Buckpasser. I saw him race on numerous occasions in NY. My favorite race of his was the Champagne stakes as a two yr old. He had been beaten by a long neck in the Futurity by Priceless Gem ( later the dam of the immortal Allez France) and this was a big race for both. Buckpasser was way out of it and no one thought he could get there, but he came around the outside and his closing power was phenomenal as he picked off horses as if they were standing still. He won by his largest margin over four lengths and had to survive a foul claim as well. Priceless Gem finished sixth that day. The quarter crack that side lined him in his three yr old season came back as a four yr old just as he was beginning his campaign on the West Coast and was winning races on his way to the Santa Anita Handicap. Sadly it came back again at the time of his victories in the Handicap Triple Crown. He retired after the Woodward of 1967 and I felt that he was a spent force in the walking ring for the Race of the Century that day and I believe he would have given Damascus a real run for his money if they had met when he was in his prime. His bad feet came from his sire line with Equipoise, renowned for his Shelly feet. Buckpasser was great sire of fillies and led the Broodmare sires list, which is not a surprise given the mare quality he got, such as Natalma, the dam of Northern Dancer, Aspidestra, the dam of Dr. Fager and many others. He also accomplished something I don't has been done by many if any horse: he won the Suburban handicap a race both his sire and dam won. · 16 hours ago
  • Buckpasser via Disqus · Interesting bit about Great Power pictured with Buckpasser. He was a rabbit for Buckpasser on many occasions, including the Woodward of 1967. He was by Bold Ruler out of High Voltage a winner of 10 top stakes races. His half Brother, Impressive was the rabbit for Buckpasser in the Arlington Classic and set the initial torrid fractions. · 4 hours ago
Here's a video of him galloping today at Santa Anita. Makes me so excited ! :) http://www.hrtv.com/videos/?VideoCategoryId=2&VideoId=tc/4izMmSVNVqZkxVMs/X4+SXm7qSfPC1oAI4LZALxY=
Shows up in a nw2x in Saturday’s 5th @ Los Al along with 2 for 21 $658K earner Setsuko. AP’s been training steadily for 4 Months since his last race. Hope Kalem is getting a break on the day rate :)
Liam's Map won his first stakes race in the Harlan's Holiday at Gulfstream Park.Read More
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  • tmallios via Disqus · Please re -read my post, i did not attck you personally. I stated an obvious fact. I was also very nice in asking you to stop plagerizing my lines. I did not get mad for Liams Map with you or the others. I stated facts about how he ran and who he ran against. Somebody agreed with me. · 6 hours ago
  • chitu77 · Mallios, calling my name as a "jinxes" is not a personal attack from you. · 5 hours ago
Dortmund, a winner of his two starts by a combined 12 ½ lengths, will step up into Grade 1 racing in Saturday's $500,000 Los Alamitos Futurity.Read More
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  • Sullivan · Bench Warrant looks hard to beat · 9 hours ago
  • Eventer1999 · I love how Mr. Z has already made 7 starts. He appears to love second place but I hope he can get it done here. · 6 hours ago
http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/86255/former-penn-clocker-enters-plea-agreement. This is why i never pay attention to what the clockers show on the PPs. One thing Vic says that is true,unless you are there or know someone who was there to see them work,they are meaningless. I am not saying that this is a common practice. I am sure this is the exception and not the rule. But if you are risking your money,why chance it and wonder if you are betting on the exception or the rule. The only thing that a published workout can concrtely tell you. That on that day,the horse more than likely was on the track and he worked. That at least shows that they are healthy enough to work.
  • amino998 · I miss Boots · 7 hours ago
  • tmallios via Disqus · I think Mary scared him away(D). No seriously,just taking some time off to re-power the engine. Will be back after the New Year.Needs to work on the Tan. Hoping your Rams can put a real spanking on my G-Men this week · 7 hours ago
Dortmund draws post 3 of 5 in the Los Alamitos Futurity
My picks: 1st-Ottoman Empire 2nd-Storm Belt 3rd-Cooptado 4th-Zain Shamardal.
My picks: 1st-Le Bernardin 2nd-Haatheq 3rd-Surfer 4th-Grand Salute.
My picks: 1st-The Taj 2nd-Nawwaar 3rd-Conveyance 4th-Mushir
Bob Baffert, who won this race a record six times at Hollywood Park, has a chance to add to the total with the undefeated Dortmund in the $500,000 Los Alamitos Futurity Saturday. Read More
Two of the more exciting racing prospects for 2015 have both arrived at Fair Grounds Race Course to prepare for their 4-year-old seasons. Read More
If Zenyatta ever met the Janey horse she would be at a severe disadvantage but then again she was a freak of nature. NO horse in the last 50-60 years closed as fast as she did NONE. PACE of Race determines if beaten lenghts are significant or not, and NO HORSE could close like the Z girl...... NO Matter the pace in front of her. AND she made her own luck running through those big fields. NOW the track in 2009 helped a bit.
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  • travel_vic · you won't see ANY horse today match this final fraction at this distance. 251⁄5, 24, 234⁄5, 232⁄5, 23 NOT even on the turf · 9 hours ago
  • travel_vic · Silky and Rumbo get honorable mention in final fractions · 9 hours ago
If McLaughlin intents to win the Kentucky Derby (2015) with him, then, I hope Jess's Dream compete on any race before the end of this year 2014, otherwise the Apollo dilemma (1882), yes, 133 years will be against him. According to History, Apollo was the last horse to win the Kentucky Derby in 1882 without competing as a two year old.
  • Sullivan · As posted earlier, there is a race for him the 20th which we may soon find if he is entered in · 9 hours ago

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