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Now three or is it two? late scratches and same animal is running earlier and earlier against weaker 2nd call paces of race. Suggest going off form or, lets hope not, INJURY.
  • Jbyrnes1 · dude did you not see my post a few hours ago on him, is currently training over the dirt at Churchill Downs, if he trains well, he will be pointed to possibly the Breeders Futurity or point to turf stakes somewhere, but, all this depends on how well he trains over the dirt · 19 minutes ago
Undefeated Shared Belief works three-quarters in 1:15.20 this morning at Golden Gate Fields in prep for Awesome Again on Sept. 27.
Due to the nature of his injury, Sea the Moon has been retired
  • Ash via Disqus · Ugh. No. This just ruined my week. · 4 hours ago
  • jockey2be. · Noooooooo! But thanks for letting us know. · 3 hours ago
Olympic Glory will join the Al Shaqab stallion roster in 2015 at Haras de Bouquetot in Normandy after signing off his racing career in either the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes or Prix de la Foret.
She's nominated to the Vosburgh. That's a bit ambitious.
Reported from Mark Casse, his plans right now are unknown, is currently training over the dirt at Churchill Downs, if he trains well, he will be pointed to possibly the Breeders Futurity or point to turf stakes somewhere, but, all this depends on how well he trains over the dirt
Very exciting, almost a derby reunion of sorts. I like Chrome to win here with Candy Boy challenging valiantly. I wouldn't be surprised to see Protonico scare the favorites
Going to get one more Turf race before shipping to MD
Peter's Creek is done racing at Suffolk this year. Sore ankle is going to get some rest before heading to MD
Trainer Marty Wolfson says Atreides now to go Indiana Derby rather than Kelso, says he prefers the harder track in Indiana to Belmont Park. Reply
Bayern is the X factor in this race and I am interested to see how it plays out. Will he be given an early lead by Espinoza while Chrome stalks? Will CC be sharp enough off an injury and long layoff to overtake Bayern who can be a monster on an uncontested lead? Or will CC be sharp enough off that layoff to press Bayern throughout the race which could also prove to be disastrous. All depends on which Bayern shows up and if the same California Chrome shows up. If not for those two I like Protonico
I've wondered for a while and am finally asking, why are some European times so much slower than American times? Frankel is considered the greatest horse of all time by a lot of Europeans but his fastest mile was 1:37 1/5 and he ran 1 1/4 in 2:10, slower than an American allowance race. I have heard that some tracks in Europe are uphill, but wouldn't they also get to run down the hill?
  • Mary Z. · I used to wonder the same thing. I don't think they build up outrageous momentum on the downhill parts. Not like the turf sprint at Santa Anita. They tend to go much slower at the start of their races; fast running in the stretch. Turf conditions are probably way more natural than our groomed courses. Usually some degree of softer turf over there, or at least not as firm as many of the turf courses here. Watch many more Euro turf races. You will see how the run over there. You may not even notice the times after a while. · 19 hours ago
  • Northport · As a huge fan of European racing, final times are irrelevant to me. Some of the splits near the end of a race are useful to analyze (as Mary said, Euros go slow then fast, as opposed to Americans going fast then slow), particularly with Frankel, since he quickened pretty incredibly in his races. You will get some American-like final times on days when the ground is extremely hard, but given the damp climates in England and Ireland that doesn't happen a ton. That, paired with the fact that racecourses are built into the natural form of the countryside - with undulations and steep hills · 18 hours ago
does anyone think that Parx may close the #1 gate and move everyone over from the rail?
if tapiture has a shot at the chrome?
  • michael via Disqus · i dont see anyone else beating him even with the long lay off · 22 hours ago
  • https://www.facebook.com/p.dav · IF cc WALKS out of the gate, bangs a right, then finds a tree to take a snooze under, then YES Tappy has a shot... · 19 hours ago
Could be a Candy Boy kind of race.
sorry mary but very unlikley
  • Mary Z. · So what? Race is on Saturday. I could change my mind 6 times by then. Also hit reply, gracias. He may benefit from the ones getting too close to the speed. They won't want to let Bayern get away. · 19 hours ago
BAYERN---SPEED KILLS--SHORTER THAN THE TRAVERS--BAYERN WINS BY 4 GOOD LENGHTS--EASY WIN---GET TO KNOW YOUR HORSES--OR LOSE--
  • Mike Relva via Disqus · Please post here after the race ok? Am telling you Bayern has little chance. · 21 hours ago
  • michael via Disqus · i kinda like bayern but something tells me hes a tired horse!!!! · 19 hours ago
TOBA tells new prospective owners what the financial stake ahead of them may well be right here. https://www.toba.org/owner-education/costs-of-ownership.aspx
Giovanni Boldini has been sold to ScanVet Stallions in Denmark. He raced for the first time for his new connections today and won a listed race going a mile on dirt in Sweden.
  • ILuvTurfRacing · And he won a listed race on conventional dirt for his new connections first time out at Taby Racecourse in Sweden. · 19 hours ago
Both of my horses got the rail in the Derby and Cotillion. I saw a race at Parx and the whole track looked soft, hope not softer by rail.
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  • vodkak · Not in last years Pa Derby. Moreno took the 2 path the whole way and when he drifted to the 3 path WTC passed him on the inside. Tom you going? · 21 hours ago
  • tmallios via Disqus · As of right now i am 50/50. Have to be back in NYC on Sunday. Tough round trip drive to make in 1 day.Especially on the NJ TPKE.. Plus the 2 big races are a bit boring. To be honest,sounds like i am trying to talk myself out. I have excellent accomodations. If you go,have a good time and get many winners. · 20 hours ago

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