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2012 Triple Bend (G1)

Date/Track:
Post Time:
3:38 PM PT
Distance:
7 f (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
3+ M
Time:
1:22.75

What the Nation is saying about the 2012 Triple Bend (G1)...

If the result of today’s Grade 1 Triple Bend did not provide you with some good vibrations, you best double check yourself for a pulse. Showing an even stronger rally than the one that carried him to a second place finish in last year’s Triple Bend, Camp Victory sailed by heavily favored The Factor ...Read More
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  • AmbitiousD · Absolutely wonderful. I'm very excited for the connections and for Camp Victory. I wish Mike a safe and speedy recovery. After all, he has a Breeder's Cup race to prepare for. · 657 days ago ·
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  • buckpasser · A very welcome victory for all involved · 657 days ago ·
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One day after undergoing successful surgery to remove a brain tumor, trainer Mike Mitchell, watching via computer from the intensive care unit at USC Medical Center, received a get well present when Camp Victory upset The Factor in the Triple Bend.Read More
Friday Betfair Hollywood Park Recap – June 29 Stalkers and closers (no wire jobs) ruled the roost on Cushion Track. Both turf routes were nabbed in wire-to-wire fashion. Eswan Flores booted home a pair. On the ticket front I tabbed one Primary (Colledimezzo) winner and one Secondary (Hasty Trend) wi...Read More
In Saturday's Grade 1 Triple Bend at Betfair Hollywood Park, Smiling Tiger will be trying to become only the second repeat winner of the Triple Bend – joining Porterhouse, who won what was then called the Lakes and Flowers Handicap in 1955 and 1956 for Llangollen Farm and trainer Charlie Whittingham...Read More
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  • timgsmith10 · Home court I meant california.. I was a little too vague · 660 days ago ·
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  • Mary Z. · He does train there, Tim. This is tougher than I thought it would be. I could find excuses for many horses' losses. · 660 days ago ·
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