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What the Nation is saying about the Frizette...

"Pace makes the race" is an old and famous adage. Let's take a look at the extreme pace scenarios we've seen in this year's Breeders' Cup preps.Read More
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  • icyhotboo · TM, I'm curious as to where you're going to get those desperately needed 2/5 of a second at the second call? Make no mistake, he, GOD has less chance this year than last. The only way he can finish in the money IMO is if MMM scratches. Even though I doubt MMM will win, his pace will put GOD away. It's probable four horses will leave the gate faster than GOD, two of those will hit the 3/4s faster, I just don't see a win or money finish with both MMM Fort Larned in the race. For GOD to finish in the money one of the aforementioned horses has to falter, namely MMM who will be running along side him. Just so you know where I'm coming from GOD is a favorite of mine, the most predictable horse to ever set foot on a track. He always runs the same race, anyone who hasn't made money wagering on him whether for or against is hard to imagine. Even if Baffert works him to the point he does get the second call fractions, he's then in the position he was last year, over extended and unable to finish in the money. For GOD to win he has to hit the second call in 1:10.3/5,and have enough energy left to not falter, besides that Mike Smith is a definite bet against all day long, this isn't the early 90s. · 186 days ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · Icy,that is Bullet Bobs worry,the reason i am so on board with him,is how he is finally handled.The days are gone where they emptied his tank in worthless races.You saw the monster that ran in the Pacific Classic off of a layoff.The 2 months off will make him that much better.If all i have to worry about is 2.5 ths of a second.Maybe i will take Lisas adviceshe gave me for Noble Moons debut. I shall seek out loan officers. I go into the races assuming they will all run their best,except for horses like MMM and Ron The Greek,who emptied their tanks in the preps.That being the case.For right or wrong.This in my eyes might be over when the Marshall in the paddock says "Riders Up' · 186 days ago ·
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Artemis Agrotera held off odds-on favorite Sweet Reason to win the 66th edition of the Grade 1 Frizette for 2-year-old fillies on Saturday at Belmont Park.Read More
Artemis Agrotera and Tea Time has a shot to topple Sweet Reason. Hoping the track condition is "fast"
Sweet Reason was ultra-impressive in her career debut. The daughter of Street Sense took to the sloppy Saratoga main track that afternoon like Lindsey Lohan to the tabloids … even if it did take a while. The $185,000, 2012 Keeneland September Sale yearling purchase looked to be stuck in quicksand du...Read More
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  • amino998 · Yes they could be dangerous >> As for the Arc, another loaded race, pass. · 196 days ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · Amended weather report for Gotham Manana,initially was to be clear.Now scattred thunder storms. Not supposed to go into SAT. Hope stay away. JJ has 2 live prices in later heats. Boring night and exhausted, see you tommorrow quasiguapo · 196 days ago ·
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What was your favorite race of the year?Read More
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  • Paladin · Don't forget about the dead heat in the Travers · 483 days ago ·
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  • jay s. · Bodemeister in the Arkansas Derby and Shackleford's Met Mile, Churchill Downs, and Clark. · 483 days ago ·
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The 2012 running of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies will probably be the smallest field in the history of the race. Read More
The two juvenile fillies put on a fantastic battle down the Belmont Park stretch to decide the prestigious grade 1 Frizette...Read More
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  • AndyScoggin · I agree Dani. I just hope Julia has something left for the BC considering she has to ship to the West coast, too. I would love the Stonestreet Fillies to have a big day with My Miss Aureila in the LC, Kauai Katie in the Juv. Sprint, and DOJ. · 557 days ago ·
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  • CreativeCause · wow, what a filly... do we see a rivalry forming here?? DOJ vs. My Happy Face?? · 557 days ago ·
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That was a very good race. Very game effort by both fillies. Wow
Dreaming of Julia will try graded stakes competition for the first time in Saturday's Grade I Frizette at Belmont Park. She is unbeaten and untested in two starts: a 10 ½-length maiden win on August 6 at Saratoga and a 16 ¼-length romp in the Meadow Star overnight stakes on September 9 at Belmont. T...Read More
On a fabulous day of racing throughout the country, no one had had a better day than My Miss Aurelia and her veteran jockey, Corey Nakatani. In fact you could say it was a perfect day for the pair. My Miss Aurelia received a perfect front running ride from Nakatani to win the Grade 1 Frizette Stakes...Read More
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  • BrianAppleton · Very impressive riding...and how great was My Miss Aurelia? Excellent win! · 922 days ago ·
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  • waya · Nakatani has six winners at Belmont? Who woulda thunk it! · 922 days ago ·
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On July 22, My Miss Aurelia and Stopshoppingmaria debuted in the ninth race at Saratoga Race Course, with the former winning by one length and the latter finishing third after stumbling at the start. The two juvenile fillies both made their second starts on August 14 at the Spa as My Miss Aurelia ca...Read More
On October 8, Belmont Park will present a pair of one-mile, Grade 1 races for 2-year-olds, the Champagne and Frizette, and trainer Kiaran McLaughlin will have strong representation in both races. In the Champagne, McLaughlin will run Alpha, while in the Frizette for fillies, the trainer will send ou...Read More
Stopshoppingmaria, a towering 9 ¾–length winner of a Saratoga maiden race August 14, will be pointed toward the Grade 1, $300,000 Frizette on October 9 at Belmont Park as a steppingstone to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, trainer Todd Pletcher said.   Owned by Repole Stable, Stopshoppingmar...Read More
The year 2009 will best be remembered as it pertains to the Kentucky Oaks by Rachel Alexandra’s jaw-dropping 20 ¼ length victory, but one other very significant ritual was inaugurated for the 135th running of the Kentucky Oaks. The Survivors Parade: a heartwarming march down the homestretch and past...Read More
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  • KyOaksRunner · It's going to be a fantastic race, and what a great field entered in a race that honors one of the greatest 3-year-old fillies of all time. I think Kathmanblu is the class of the field though Inglorious is pretty intriguing. · 1158 days ago ·
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  • WoodbineMile · I am picking my hometown Filly INGLORIOUS! · 1116 days ago ·
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A Z Warrior took to conventional dirt in style, contesting the pace and drawing clear in the stretch to win the Grade 1, $300,000 Frizette by 1 ¾ lengths on Saturday at Belmont Park.   Seeking an automatic berth in the November 5 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, A Z Warrior led briefly before ce...Read More
Todd Pletcher, who won last year’s Grade 1 Frizette with Devil May Care, will have four capable starters on Saturday in this year’s edition of the one-mile, $300,000 race for 2-year-old fillies.   The Frizette, which will be contested for the 63rd time, is part of the Breeders’ Cup Challenge Se...Read More
Joyful Victory, a debut winner over a route of ground at Delaware Park on September 11, will make her first start against winners in next Saturday’s Grade 1 Frizette, trainer Tony Dutrow confirmed Saturday morning.   “We think she is a Grade 1 filly,” said Dutrow of the decision to have Joyful ...Read More
Trainer Todd Pletcher, who won last year’s Grade 1 Frizette with Devil May Care, looks to repeat next Saturday when he sends out a quartet of fillies for the $300,000 race, one of three Grade 1’s on the card along with the Champagne and the Jamaica Handicap.   Heading the group is E. Paul Robsh...Read More
Todd Pletcher said Monday that Starlight Partners' Position Limit is “excellent” following her five-length winning performance in Sunday's Grade 2 Adirondack.   “She's doing excellent," he said. "She came back to the barn in great shape and she looks great this morning.”   Position Limit,...Read More
Trainer Richard Dutrow Jr. could again be headed for an exciting classics season in the wake of Saturday’s Grade I Champagne Stakes at Belmont Park.The trainer of Kentucky Derby winner Big Brown nailed down the historic Champagne Stakes with Homeboykris as the favored Dublin, winner of Saratoga’s Ho...Read More

Race Results & Past Performances

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View DetailsView Video10/05/13Bel91 mileD02 FFrizette-G1Artemis AgroteraSweet ReasonStopchargingmaria1:36.25
View DetailsView Video10/06/12Bel71 mileD02 FFrizette-G1Dreaming of JuliaMy Happy FaceToasting1:37.10
View DetailsView Video10/08/11Bel81 mileD02 FFrizette-G1My Miss AureliaStopshoppingmariaMiss Netta1:35.22
View DetailsView Video10/09/10Bel81 mileD02 FFrizette-G1A Z WarriorR Heat LightningJoyful Victory1:35.68
View DetailsView Video10/10/09Bel81 mileD02 FFrizette-G1Devil May CareAwesome MariaNonna Mia1:35.07
View Details10/04/08Bel81 mileD02 FFrizette-G1Sky DivaPersistentlyGemswick Park1:37.40
View Details10/06/07Bel81 mileD02 FFrizette-G1Indian BlessingBackseat RhythmSunday Holiday1:37.64
View Details10/09/04Bel61 1/16 mD02 FFrizette-G1BallettoReady's GalSis City1:43.52
View Details10/10/99Bel41 1/16 mD02 FFrizette-G1SurfsideDarling My DarlingMarch Magic1:43.18
View Details10/07/95Bel51 1/16 mD02 FFrizette-G1Golden AttractionMy FlagFlat Fleet Feet1:42.95
View DetailsView Video10/08/94Bel61 1/16 mD02 FFrizette-G1FlandersChange Fora DollarPretty Discreet1:43.94
View DetailsView Video10/14/89Bel71 mileD02 FFrizette-G1Stella MadridGo For WandDance Colony1:38.80
View DetailsView Video10/13/86Bel81 mileD02 FFrizette-G1Personal EnsignCollinsFlying Katuna1:36.40
View Details10/09/76Bel11 mileD02 FFrizette-G1Sensational   1:36.20
View Details10/05/68Bel71 mileD02 FFrizetteShuveeGallant BloomDihela1:37.00