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2011 Breeders' Futurity (G1)

10/8/2011, Keeneland
Post Time:
5:13 PM ET
1 1/16 m (Synthetic)
2 M

What the Nation is saying about the 2011 Breeders' Futurity (G1)...

The choice to be made is who will be crowned a Champion, and as of now, the nation would seem to be completely split. Those on the side of the son of Dixie Union claim that if not for running 78ft more and a very green run down the stretch he would be 4 for 4. Those stand in Hansen’s corner point to...Read More
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  • icyhotboo · @cugel the clever- Thankfully the dogma you espouse is not used as evidenced by the crowning of Zenyatta. Give it to the best horse, Union Rags! · 954 days ago ·
  • cugel the clever · @icyhotboo - note my use of the word "should" instead of "is". the award is usually given based on fan passion, the looks of the horse, the lobbying of the owners, etc. actual results and accomplishments are far down the list of criteria. that's why Z won HOY in 2010 and why UR will probably win 3yo in 2011. sad but true - same thing happens in elections. · 953 days ago ·
Dullahan, a half-brother to 2009 Kentucky Derby presented by YUM! Brands (G1) winner Mine That Bird, broke his maiden in emphatic fashion by sweeping past second-choice Majestic City in deep stretch to win the 1 1/16-mile test by three-quarters of a length in 1:43.12.   The victory earned Dulla...Read More
When Jeff Bloom went to Ocala in March, a 2-year-old City Zip colt caught his eye.   “He had a commanding presence, both physically and mentally, and he was very mature,” Bloom said of Majestic City, whom he purchased for $180,000. “I loved the way he moved out and he looked like a horse that w...Read More
Might be easy for MC, but Shared Property might be right there with him.
Chuck and Maribeth Sandford and Secure Investments’ Take Charge Indy, beaten a length for the win when runner-up in Saturday’s Grade III Arlington-Washington Futurity but easily second best, was doing well Sunday morning, according to trainer Patrick Byrne.   “(Take Charge Indy) came out of the...Read More
Trainer Tom Amoss, who saddled Jerry Namy’s Shared Property to win Saturday’s Grade III Arlington-Washington Futurity, was understandably upbeat when reached at the airport shortly before his return trip to Kentucky Sunday morning.   “That was a lot of fun, yesterday,” said Amoss.  “I stop...Read More

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