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2010 Bonnie Miss (G2)

3/20/2010, Gulfstream Park
Post Time:
4:16 PM CT
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
3 F

What the Nation is saying about the 2010 Bonnie Miss (G2)...

Loved Devil May Care's effort in the Bonnie Miss, despite being very green in the lane. I think I found my Oaks filly.
  • gardenesque1 · I don't blame you for jumping on the Devil May Care bandwagon. Agree that she looked sharp in the Bonnie Miss. · 1489 days ago ·
  • ruby · She looked great. Pletcher loves this filly. A lot of people like to say Future Wagers aren't interesting, but Pletcher has praised this filly highly, she ran one clunker off a layoff, and she goes off at 21-1 in the Oaks Future Wager. That is looking very nice today. · 1489 days ago ·
After finishing 1-2 in the Bonnie Miss, Devil May Care and Amen Hallelujah are being pointed to the Kentucky Oaks on April 30. By the way... Devil May Care was 21-1 in the lone Ky Oaks Future Wager. Amen Hallelujah was 6-1.
BONNIE MISS Stakes Quotes   Todd Pletcher (trainer, Devil May Care, 1st) – “We’ve always thought a lot of this filly, but I’m not surprised that some could be a little skeptical after her last two races. In the case of the Breeders’ Cup it was simply a matter of she hated the synthetic (track)....Read More
It has been well documented how loaded trainer Todd Pletcher is for this year's Kentucky Derby. Well, it appears he will be well-represented in the Kentucky Oaks as well. Devil May Care, a Grade 1 winner in her second career start, rebounded from a disappointing 3-year-old debut with a 2 3/4-length ...Read More
Trainer Todd Pletcher sent out three winners on Thursday’s 10-race program at Gulfstream Park and jockey John Velazquez rode three winners, the two teaming up for two. Pletcher extended his lead in the standings bidding for a seventh consecutive meet title and Velazquez remains second behind Javier...Read More
Jason, Evan, and James Scully of twinspires.com preview the Florida Derby (gr. I) and Bonnie Miss (gr. II).Read More
The Florida Derby will almost certainly point out contenders for the Kentucky Derby and the Bonnie Miss for 3-year-old fillies at 1 1/8 miles should yield a leading prospect or two for the Kentucky Oaks (G1) the day before at Churchill Downs. The probable favorites in the field of six 3-year-old fi...Read More
  • somadevi · I think that one reason why I and others are so fascinated by Christine Daae is her uncanny resemblance to her maternal and paternal great, great, greatgrandfather Secretariat. She is a magnificent filly possessing the radiant chestnut coat, three white socks (on the front left one-unlike BR), and conformation of Big Red. I had chills down my spine when I saw the beautiful appearance and poise of Christine at Gulfstream when she came into the paddock at Gulfstream Park on Jan, 15th, 2010. Oh my what a sight to behold. And then she won her maiden easily with little effort. I have only seen Big Red on tv and film and photos. But her uncanny resemblance to Secretariat was something else. God keep her safe and strong and we shall see what the future holds. I'm sure Big Red is laughing up in horse heaven. · 1493 days ago ·

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