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2011 Kentucky Cup Juvenile (LS)

Date/Track:
9/24/2011, Turfway Park
Post Time:
4:20 PM ET
Distance:
1 1/16 m (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
2 M
Time:
1:45.83

What the Nation is saying about the 2011 Kentucky Cup Juvenile (LS)...

Hansen turned heads at Turfway Park when he demolished a group of juvenile colts in the Kentucky Cup Juvenile Stakes. He traveled 1 1/16 miles in 1:45.83.  Just two weeks earlier, the Michael Maker trainee dispatched maidens in similar fashion over the Polytrack. Hansen won his racing debut by...Read More
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  • cathy.grimes1961 · I love this horse, but am not crazy about his pedigree. I am a sucker for free running horses that dare the others to come get them. If he can't make the classic distances, there are an awful lot of other ones, like the Met Mile. Would love to see him take that like another favorite gray of mine, Holy Bull. signed by Turnbackthealarm · 909 days ago ·
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  • johnsnare · Running on the lead at the derby distance, takes a really good horse. Not sure Hansen fits the bill. · 801 days ago ·
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In a race that has produced such stars as Point Given, Editor’s Note, and Vindication, in only 18 previous runnings, Hansen blew the doors off his competition in a fashion more impressive than any winner of the race to date. A son of Tapit, out of the Sir Cat mare, Stormy Sunday, Hansen took it to t...Read More
The emergence Union Rags, Hansen, and Creative Cause could mean one of the more interesting Breeders' Cup Juveniles in years...Read More
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  • Horseracingirl · I really love Union Rags. I like Hasen, but yesterday, Majestic City (my fav!) ran the same distance 3 seconds faster then Hansen. He is visually impressive, but I'm not impressed by his times. · 1003 days ago ·
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  • Winplacsho · Of the 3 I would slightly lean toward Union Rags over Creative Cause because he looked so visually impressive despite all the traffic trouble. I think the book is still out on Hansen. Its good that he's been 2 turns, but he's never been on dirt & who knows what type of horses he was beating. · 1002 days ago ·
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Below is a summary of Saturday's Turfway card, along with the winners and their individual internal splits (via the Formulator Interactive Charts). *An interesting sidenote from Saturday, the winner of race 5, Tapanna, is a full sister brother to ...Read More
The Kentucky Cup Juvenile built a proud history during its first 15 runnings at Turfway Park when it was won by such standouts as Boston Harbor, Point Given, and Vindication. And when the $100,000 Juvenile was run Saturday for the first time since 2008, the winner looked like he just might be capabl...Read More

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