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2013 Louisiana Derby (G2)

Date/Track:
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:50.28
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Older Comments about the 2013 Louisiana Derby (G2)...

1st - Departing, 2nd - Code West, 3rd - Revolutionary, 4th - Nina's Dragon.
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  • shackleford · Glad to see Mylute turn in an impressive run. Nice $3 exacta and threw in Departing for the $1 trifecta. Good day. · 1185 days ago
  • rafirox · Great hit, shackleford! · 1185 days ago
I'm pretty excited about going to this! A full racing card, with good horses in several races should make for a fantastic day
Post Positions starting- 1. Hip Four Sixtynine 2. Palace Malice 3. Revolutionary 4. Golden Soul 5. Whiskey Bravo 6. Sunbean 7. Departing 8. Code West 9. Proud Strike 10. Titletown Five 11. Mylute 12. Brazilian Court 13. Ground Transport 14. Nina's Dragon
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  • yayasister · Sunbean beat pure Cajun in his first race. I'll be at the la derby supporting my horse Ground Transport. I'm excited to be there with one of Palace Malice's owners who was one of my partners in PC and my trainer Dallas Stewart has golden soul in it. So I am very happy to be there. Should he quite a party! · 1187 days ago
  • yayasister · Sunbean beat pure Cajun in his first race. I'll be at the la derby supporting my horse Ground Transport. I'm excited to be there with one of Palace Malice's owners who was one of my partners in PC and my trainer Dallas Stewart has golden soul in it. So I am very happy to be there. Should he quite a party! · 1187 days ago
1st- Revolutionary, 2nd- Palace Malice, 3rd- Code West, 4th- Departing.
I agree with cocoa on Departing. Not so sure about Mylute. Departing won drawing off and looked great doing so. But the only concerns for him are the fact that the fractions in his last race were very slow 24.1 48.36 1:13:34 1:25:65 finish at 1:37:94 . He sat 4th most of the race and realed them in around the last turn. I want to see how he handles a faster pace. That and the fact he's jumping from 1 mile to 1-1/8. We will know on sat!
  • cocoa2 · Mylute may surprise you. When he runs outside of horses, watch out · 1189 days ago
  • travel_vic · LA Derby fractions have never been that fast...Nature of the course. · 1189 days ago
Departing for the win and if he doesn't win I think he'll be the second coming of Blame!
So his sire was War Pass. Are you worried about the distance. Look a little farther back. Does A.P. Indy ring a bell. How about Seattle Slew. He's got great bloodline to go the distance N.P.
I really like Revolutionary in this race.He currently is my pick to win the kentucky Derby. Hard to imagine he will lose this race. He was full of run when he closed to win the Withers. He had no where to go in the stretch and had to change position at least 3 times. You definately can't get away with that in the kentucky Derby. I would be suprised at anything less than a win here!
let's see what code west can do.

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