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2014 Woodford Reserve Turf Classic (G1)

Date/Track:
5/3/2014, Churchill Downs
Post Time:
4:44 PM ET
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
4+ M
Time:
1:47.73
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Older Comments about the 2014 Woodford Reserve Turf Classic (G1)...

Going with Finnegans Wake!
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  • Northport · Also a hugely impressive run from seek again. First run since december and being transferred to mott. Second run in north america · 753 days ago
  • ILuvTurfRacing · @Northport, Agree whole heartedly with you about how hugely impressive Seek Again's run was today. To be frank, I was more impressed with Seek Again than I was with Wise Dan today given most people thought Wise Dan would win the Woodford Reserve again in a much easier fashion than he did. Seek Again raced 7 times for John Gosden in the UK in 2012 & 2013. 5 of those 7 races were in handicaps, 1 conditions stakes, & 1 maiden stakes, and already since Seek Again has arrived in America he's won the G1 Hollywood Derby and came within a nose of beating the best 1600/1800 meter grass horse in North America if not the world. This is colt to take notice of for sure. Bill Mott will win more races with Seek Again at G1-G2 level if provided he stays healthy. · 753 days ago
thats Little Mike IN FRONT
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  • Sullivan · EP, if he is improving every race, then the horses he has beaten were shit seeing as he couldn't keep pace with allowance runners at Keeneland. Wow, he beat a juvenile G1 winner who means nothing these days in G3's and a nice G1 horse. That definitely means he is good enough to beat a two time HOY... · 763 days ago
  • EP Taylor · I am talking to Forrest Gump....A horse that just turned 4 on the up is gonna give many grass horses this year fits. what you choose to see and belive is on you. · 763 days ago
I think Little Mike might run a good third. He's gonna need a race to get back in the swing of things
Isn't this race a 9 furlong race? The distance shows 8 furlongs.
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  • travel_vic · Younger and stronger??? Horses do their BEST, the ones trained properly, AFTER they mature Ack Ack, Forego, John Henry, lots of others · 770 days ago
  • travel_vic · if you go through almost ANY standarbred program and they list best life mark, NONE of them are at 3 more likely at 5 6 or 7....FUlly mature horse at 5 is on par with a college graduate footballer physically · 770 days ago

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