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2011 Kentucky Jockey Club (G2)

Date/Track:
11/26/2011, Churchill Downs
Post Time:
5:42 PM ET
Distance:
1 1/16 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
2 M
Time:
1:44.46

What the Nation is saying about the 2011 Kentucky Jockey Club (G2)...

This race had a strong group of 2YO: Gemologist, Atigun, Optimizer, Ever So Lucky, and Timely Tally.
Thunder Moccasin looks ready to add his name to the list of Kentucky Derby contenders...Read More
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  • Floridaf · It's too bad that I'm not the only one to see it. He's the morning line favorite and likely to be bet down further. · 800 days ago ·
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  • wadzo · looks odds on must use in exotics · 800 days ago ·
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The unofficial road to the 2012 Kentucky Derby began with the Breeders’ Cup in early November and now that we have multiple graded routes in the books it is time to rate the quality of the preps so far.BC Juvenile Sprint (11-4-11) – 95 BSF (Secret Circle) Not sure about the overall strength of the f...Read More
The only time five-time Eclipse Award-winning trainer Todd Pletcher and owner Kenny Troutt’s WinStar Farm won the Kentucky Jockey Club with Super Saver, they won the Kentucky Derby the following spring. They hope to duplicate that feat again May 5 after their colt Gemologist wore down favorite 8-5 f...Read More
The Grade 2 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes gives 2012 Kentucky Derby hopefuls the opportunity to compete under the Twin Spires and morning line favorite Ever So Lucky gets the acid test. Ever So Lucky, conditioned by Jonathan Sheppard, turned heads with a smashing local debut sprint tally Nov 11. The $...Read More
Lantern Hill Farm LLC’s homebred Motor City, last-to-first winner of Sunday’s Grade III Iroquois, returned to the track early Monday morning for a jog. “He’s good this morning and the next step most likely is the Kentucky Jockey Club (GII),” trainer Ian Wilkes said referring to the race on Nov. 26. ...Read More

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