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View Details08/20/16Dmr11 1/4 mD03+ MPacific Classic-G1   0:00.00
View Details07/23/16Dmr11 1/16 mD03 MSan Diego Handicap-G2   0:00.00
View Details07/09/16Bel101 1/4 mD04+ MSuburban Handicap-G2   0:00.00
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View Details06/18/16Asc46 fT04+ MDiamond Jubilee Stakes-G1   0:00.00
View Details06/18/16CD11 1/8 mD04+ MStephen Foster Handicap-G1   0:00.00
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View Details06/11/16Bel121 1/16 mD04+ FOgden Phipps Hcp.-G1   0:00.00
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View Details06/11/16Bel991 1/2mD03 MBelmont Stakes-G1   0:00.00
View Details06/11/16Bel81 1/2mD04+ MBrooklyn Handicap-G2   0:00.00
View Details06/10/16Bel531 1/2mD0 Rags to Riches Invitational   0:00.00
View Details06/09/16Bel541 15/16mT0 Belmont Coronation Invitational   0:00.00
View Details06/04/16Eps31 1/2mT04+ MCoronation Cup-G1   0:00.00
View Details06/04/16SA321 1/16 mD04+ FVanity Hcp-G1   0:00.00
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That jump from 80 to 98 was giant/taxing, followed by an all out 100 that took everything out of Destin. I can't see his first race back after 8 weeks of rest topping that 100 beyer. He'll likely run around 98, shake the rust off, then pop big next out after the derby.
Happy Birthday baby Mo
A two week review of Derbies back to Monarchos, I discovered some interesting things: 1) fewer of the newer entrants came to the big dance off few races. Historically, many came into the race with little to no seasoning (4 or 5 lifetime races) and 2) Fewer and fewer colts are easy to "kiss off" by being too early. Still the patterns of regression last three races and getting earlier paced as the distances in the preps go from 8 to 8.5 to 9.0 furlongs is a key to eliminating usually half the field each year. Will know more when the pp's come out Thursday.
Not too slow! He has a better than 20-1 chance of winning
Lets pull the trigger on the Preakness if she is healthy, this horse is unstoppable, forget about the restricted female races. Nobody cares about virtual walkovers at 1-9 where the race is over at the first turn.
While I always pull for Dale Romans, and I believe this filly is going to be something special, I wonder how she will do at a mile and an eighth, on a fast track and in front of the Oaks crowd on just her 3rd lifetime start. I wish she had more seasoning, but I will have to put a couple on her if she isn't washed out in the paddock.
Was hoping to have a discussion with some of the "core posters" on HRN about this horse. Right now I genuinely think this horse can and just might win the Derby. What I'm hoping to hear are the legitimate reasons that people don't think he will. I really loved his Florida Derby. Yes he was drifting a bit at the end, but he was coming off a sprint and a layoff so that race looked like a great fitness builder to me. I'm not more concerned about him getting the 10F as I am any other horse going 10F in this day and age. Weather/surface doesn't seem to be an issue either. How many of you are feeling this way about him? The horse has guts and he's just been faster than pretty much anyone. For those on the fence will it come down to post position? Unless he gets caught up in some terrible speed duel (and I think he's versatile enough to avoid that) I just have to think he'll get the right trip. Obviously for those trying to make money you'll look elsewhere, but I would love to hear some truly thoughtful opinions on him.
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  • jrem1 · He will definitely finish in the top three and no worse if he doesn't win it. It's kind of hard to pick against him. As long as he stays out of trouble, he will be there, but sure they'll be a couple or so horses that will be right there too. Kind of a general evaluation, but this horse keeps coming up with the answers. · 10 hours ago
  • Sullivan · He's a nice horse. I don't think he's got enough brilliance to run down horses that get away from him and to navigate in such a large field. I think the quality of the Florida Derby was suspect. I think he will get the distance easily, but he has been winning a lot of races his own way and running horses down on heart. I don't expect that to work in the Kentucky Derby. Betting wise, I want to see posts, but he's the kind of horse that you can say will win or be off the board. Would need some serious closing power to beat him for the win spot. Do you believe in Destin? · 7 hours ago
Evidently, Stonestreet wasn't even aiming for the Oaks with RV. "She put herself there." Article on Bloodhorse about Stonestreet's three Oaks contenders - http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/211202/stonestreet-has-three-of-a-kind-for-oaks
All of you are full of S#@t!!!!!! Nyquist is a monster of a horse!! And yea he is 7 for 7... I'm not saying he can't win at the distance but you need to watch out For Mr. Bafferts horse this Year also.......... MOR SPIRIT!!!!! He is the real threat!!!!! MARK MY WORDS!!!! THIS WILL BE THE ORDER OF FINSH: 1ST- MOR SPIRIT. 2ND- CREATOR. 3RD- BROADYS CAUSE. 4TH- NYQUIST............SEE YOU ALL BACK HERE AFTER I CASH MY SUPERFECTA LMAO!!!!!!! LATER, TERRY SAGRAVES @ TERSAG RACING & HADICAPPING ANTYLIST
  • Mary Z. · I already said that Baffert must think Mor Spirit is the sh. since the trainer made sure that his 9f dirt winner couldn't run in The Derby. · 7 hours ago
Where is Bridget's Big Luvy? What's he doing?
Chad Brown announces that Joel Rosario will return to riding in time and he will ride Shagaf in the Kentucky Derby.
Based on the profiles of the previous 5 Kentucky Derby winners, they all can be classified as "good gallopers", meaning they can tick 24 and low change or slightly sub 24 every quarter mile for 8-10 furlongs. Without knowing their PPs for the 2016 Kentucky Derby, my top 2 picks are Destin and Gun Runner.
  • Blueyedhusky via Disqus · Free Kentucky Derby Past Performances: http://bit.ly/1Xu38Ae · 11 hours ago
  • Sullivan · I agree 100% · 8 hours ago
YES!!! THANK YOU! Confirmed today by the Mosses, Zenyatta will be bred to Medaglia D'Oro for a 2017 foal.
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  • Goblin · The breeding has already taken place, unless I'm misunderstanding the Moss' message at the Zenyatta site. (?) · 9 hours ago
  • Sullivan · Wish they had gone for something with a bit more speed. Uncle Mo is on fire this year and several of his graded horses have been on the Mr. Prospector cross (9% stakes winners and they're only rising 3yos... jesus!) · 8 hours ago
He has only 1 run to date, breaking his maiden 1st time out at the Curragh back on April 3rd, but this seems to be the colt that Aidan O'Brien is really high on in regard to being his top Epsom Derby horse, although there has been some speculation that the stables Guineas winning filly, Minding, could possibly skip the Epsom Oaks in favor of taking on the boys in the Derby? But in regard to US Army Ranger, he's got a fantastic middle distance pedigree, sired by Galileo out of the Irish Oaks winning mare Moonstone who also finished 2nd to Look Here in the Epsom Oaks of 2008. It's possible we might see US Army Ranger race again in a few days on May 5th at Chester in the G3 Chester Vase. That would definitely give punters a much better reading on what his chances at Epsom would be.
Every year at this time I sort of laugh at the evaluation processes used in differentiating the colts for the Derby when countless pundits are using PAST DERBY CHARTS to predict who might be the winner??? Dumb, you NEVER have the chart of the K Derby pre-race, you need to look at their PREPS and find the correlates that THESE CONTESTS suggest will translate to succes the first Saturday in May, NOT the after the fact race chart! The word for the day is ultracrepidarian ..thick as fleas this time of year.
Bred Zenyatta today. via zenyatta.com
Kentucky Oaks Past Performances: http://bit.ly/1WD1HkS
Just an heads-up, there is a thing in handicapping call horse for courses...And base on Destin performance he may just be that kind of horse. In addition, base on Destin previous performance, handicapping observation is saying he takes awhile to get back on form after winning and coming back from long lay off...just my view base on factual observation.....
  • Pebbles via Disqus · Destin broke his maiden at Belmont Park and defeated a decent field for a maiden win with the runner up in the Florida Derby coming in 3rd. I do not think he is a horse for the course. · 13 hours ago
  • buds · 2 things here 1- Hes never run at Churchill, so he cant really be a horse for course. 2- Hes never had more than a 5 week lay off, so nobodys saying that it takes him a while to get into form,they are saying that horses in general run better their 2nd or 3rd time out after a long lay off. · 12 hours ago
I like this guy Uncle Mo on top and Empire Maker on the bottom. I think this is the Uncle Mo with real Derby potential. Only a 93 BSF, but we know he ran a 100-101 in the Tampa Bay Derby and this was on a muddy track.
  • amino998 · When this guy's get drop, they can all rejoice in having 'My Grandmother' as their grandmother :) · 12 hours ago
Ahhhhh man, that was really great to watch!!! Broke slowly and right at the back, looked like he had no chance, he was so far back and then had to go out wide and in the middle of the track, he disappears from the screen for most of the race, and then we see him right near the end, flying home for the win! Awesome beast. What a shame he's not coming over to Royal Ascot, that sucks! :-(