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2010 Holy Bull (G3)

Date/Track:
1/23/2010, Gulfstream Park
Distance:
1 mile (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:35.97

What the Nation is saying about the 2010 Holy Bull (G3)...

Fox Hill Farms’ Winslow Homer made an auspicious stakes debut Saturday at Gulfstream Park as he pulled away from Robert LaPenta’s 8-to-5 favorite Jackson Bend in the deep stretch to score a three-quarter length victory in the $150,000 Holy Bull Stakes (G3) as both talented 3-year-olds set off on a p...Read More
  • Rossington · Speaking of the Kentucky Derby, has anyone out there heard any news at all about some of the 09' Derby runners and contenders that were injured early in the year? I know that Pioneer of the Nile, Papa Clem, and Dunkirk have all been retired. But what about Musketman, The Pamplemousse(who I know didn't run in the Derby), or I Want Revenge? I saw that Friesan Fire and General Quarters have both returned to action racing in the Louisiana Handicap recently. Just wondering if anyone knew when we might expect the return of some of the afore mentioned? · 1623 days ago ·
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Winslow Homer has been a “talking horse” ever since his three lengths maiden win at Saratoga in August and he came through loud and clear in the Holy Bull Stakes (gr. III) on Saturday.Read More
Winslow Homer made his stakes debut in the Holy Bull with only three starts to his credit, but he was well-regarded despite the limited credentials, leaving the starting gate as the 7-2 co-second choice in the wagering. The Tony Dutrow-trained colt received a 106 BRIS Speed in his previous start, a ...Read More
Stakes Result - William's Kitten (colt; Kitten's Joy - Blush by Menifee) made his usually late run in the grade III Holy Bull Stakes at Gulfstream Park, but flattened out a bit and finished third. I thought he was a little closer to the pace than usual. The winner was Winslow Homer, who outfinished ...Read More
Robert LaPenta’s Jackson Bend, William Schettine’s Piscitelli and Dogwood Stable’s Aikenite are three of the high-profile 3-year-olds in a field of nine entered to make their highly-anticipated season debuts in Saturday’s $150,000 Holy Bull Stakes (G3) at Gulfstream Park. The one-turn mile test is a...Read More
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  • cigar · If you go back and watch Winslow Homer's first three races he shows definitive improvement both in terms of overall ability, push-button speed and ratability. I expect him to run big in the Holy Bull. · 1629 days ago ·
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  • mdracing69 · Hope you're right about Winslow Homer, because he's my pick in the Holy Bull. · 1629 days ago ·
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Before I jump around the nation with news and notes, congrats to Rachel Alexandra for winning Horse of the Year honors over Zenyatta. She had the better overall season and deserved the nod. It is great that Zenyatta will race again this year, and we can only hope that the two fabulous ladies hook up...Read More
I agree ruby. At least 3 or 4 of these are on everyone's Derby list. Probaly the best prep we'll see untill the Fountain of Youth, maybe even better interms of the most talent. 2 stks winners, 2 stks place, and one WINSLOW HOMER.
Saturday's Holy Bull - Looking forward to this as the first real Derby prep of the season. This is a deep group and although it's only a mile, we should get to see who is ready to step forward at three. Not a bad field in the Lecompte at FG either.
The field for Saturday’s highly-anticipated renewal of the $150,000 Holy Bull Stakes (G3) at Gulfstream Park continues to take shape with a field of seven to 10 3-year-olds expected. Robert LaPenta’s Jackson Bend will likely be favored in the one-turn, one-mile test. Gulfstream racing officials lis...Read More
Robert LaPenta’s Jackson Bend worked a ‘bullet’ five furlongs in 59 1/5 on Saturday morning at Palm Meadows for trainer Nick Zito ahead of his highly-anticipated 3-year-old debut in next Saturday’s $150,000 Holy Bull Stakes (G3) going a one-turn mile at Gulfstream Park. Jackson Bend will be making h...Read More
William Schettine’s 3-year-old colt Piscitelli worked five furlongs in 1:01 1/5 at Palm Meadows Friday morning with jockey Kent Desormeaux aboard for trainer Rick Sacco as he prepares for his season debut in next Saturday’s $150,000 Holy Bull Stakes (G3) at Gulfstream Park. “He went very well and g...Read More
The first major test for Kentucky Derby (G1) and Triple Crown hopefuls of the South Florida winter season will be the $150,000 Holy Bull Stakes (G3) at Gulfstream Park on Sat., Jan. 23, and Robert LaPenta’s Jackson Bend and Louis Lazzannaro and partners’ Homeboykris are prominent among the nominati...Read More
  • arazi · Will be great to see what this guy is really made of - should be an exciting 3yo debut! · 1637 days ago ·
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