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2012 Forward Gal (G2)

Date/Track:
1/29/2012, Gulfstream Park
Post Time:
4:17 PM ET
Distance:
7 f (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 F
Time:
1:21.94

What the Nation is saying about the 2012 Forward Gal (G2)...

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After seeing the Gulfstream Beyer Speed Figures, after witnessing the endless adjustments and tinkering that took place, I am left shaking my head. Read More
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  • DeadHeat · Driveon, where did I ever say people take the top BSF and run with it? Some do, I have heard some people who think they are the be all end all. Personally, up until last year, I didn't have an huge problem with them. They made more sense. This year and last year the haven't. Again, the main thing here is put out the most accurate info you can, and he didn't. · 804 days ago ·
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  • GregRiessland · i use byers a little bit, but i go by running line and who was in the race, distance and footing. look at the parents, the rating record at the distance, how many times they tried it. videos work the best though the information on the form can be wrong. i just use lots of methods. i think we all do. · 804 days ago ·
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Algorithms' romp in the Holy Bull caps off a huge day for the champion trainer ...Read More
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  • Floridaf · Scott, I almost wonder if the stumble at the start made Hansen panic a little bit. Up until yesterday, he had never been behind another horse, so my theory is that when he saw he was behind, he panicked, sprinted forward, and continued on in such fashion to remain in front even though he wasn't pressured early. JUST a theory, though. A lot of people are wanting to write off the colt on account of this race, but I believe it's too soon for that. And if I haven't said, let me just put it out there that I think Algorithms ran a great race. On account of the Hansen debacle, he is not getting nearly enough credit for the win. · 809 days ago ·
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  • stevebiscuit · I wouldn't expect Pletcher to win much more than prep races this year. He's a master at capitalizing on the competition that hasn't peaked yet. · 809 days ago ·
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E. Paul Robsham Stables’ Broadway ‘s Alibi made it look easy when she galloped to 16 ¾-length length victory over Say a Novena and Sacristy in the 34th-running of the $200,000 Forward Gal (G2) Sunday at Gulfstream Park.  The daughter of Vindication was making her fourth start for trainer Todd P...Read More
Peachtree Stable’s 3-year-old filly Sacristy has gone from strength to strength in her four career starts for trainer Wayne Catalano, winning the $100,000 Old Hat Stakes (G3) by 1 ¾ lengths at Gulfstream Park last out on New Year’s Day, and will likely be favored to take another step up in the $200,...Read More

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