2011 Demoiselle (G2)

11/26/2011, Aqueduct
Post Time:
2:22 PM ET
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
2 F

What the Nation is saying about the 2011 Demoiselle (G2)...

Picking ZATT's Star of the Week 52 times a year can be a mixed bag. Sometimes it is easy, with one horse dominating in such a way that I do not give the decision a second thought. In some weeks, it comes down to a pair of performances in which I need to make a difficult decision that is likely to be...Read More
Juvenile fillies are not supposed to be able to do it like that. Stumbling badly out of the gate, Disposablepleasure caused more than one chalk eating weasel to rue their decision to back the favorite in Saturday’s 90th running of the Grade 2, $200,000 Demoiselle Stakes today at Aqueduct. It took a ...Read More
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  • Winplacsho · It was amazing that she won despite the horrible start, but when she got rolling on the turn, then stopped cold and re-rallied was remarkable! You don't see that from 99.9% of horses, 2yo filly or not. Fantastic performance! · 873 days ago ·
  • BrianAppleton · I was so impressed with this performance, two-year-old fillies don't run like this usually!! A very special filly. I love that she won her maiden by 11 lengths on the front end almost all the way, and then overcame a bad start, running dead-last to win the Demoiselle. · 873 days ago ·
Disposablepleasure overcame a calamitous start, an eventful trip and a desperate late surge from Wildcat’s Smile to win Saturday’s 90th running of the Grade 2, $200,000 Demoiselle at Aqueduct Racetrack by a nose.  Stumbling as she came out of the starting gate, Disposablepleasure spotted the fi...Read More
Since it’s Turkey Day and football shares the day with busted bellies let’s talk a little football. There’s an old adage – play to your strength and you’ll hear it used most often by coaches or analyst during football games. And while it’s fairly straightforward four words, some miss the simplicity ...Read More
Juveniles will kick off the HolidayFest stakes action at Aqueduct Racetrack Saturday afternoon, with a large field of fillies competing in the Grade 2, $200,000 Demoiselle. In the 1 1/8-mile Demoiselle, race 6 on the day's 10-race card, Glencrest Farm's Disposablepleasure will look to build upon an...Read More
Darley Stable's Captivating Lass, a two-length maiden winner at Parx Racing on October 1, will be the lone HolidayFest representative from trainer Kiaran McLaughlin's barn as she points toward the Grade 2, $200,000 Demoiselle on Saturday. The A.P. Indy filly went wire-to-wire and covered the mile an...Read More

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