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San Vicente

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What the Nation is saying about the San Vicente...

Action on the Derby Trail intensified over the holiday weekend as we were treated to Derby preps on each of the three days. Read More
The week that was in racing, according to Zipse at the Track.Read More
Kobe’s Back made an eye-catching move around the far turn and went on to an emphatic 5 ¼ length win in Sunday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes.Read More
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Trainer John Sadler is happy to have Joel Rosario back aboard Kobe’s Back in Sunday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes for 3-year-olds at seven furlongs.Read More
Cherubim, an up and coming colt by Henny Hughes, heads a competitive field of six 3-year-olds going seven furlongs in Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Vicente Stakes. Read More
If it wasn’t for bad luck, Kobe’s Back would have no luck at all. In his three starts, the gray colt’s Daily Racing Form’s trouble lines read as follows: “Broke in air, slowly; Off slow, three-wide turn,” and “Clipped heels ½, weakened.”Read More
Treasury Bill: Can't wait to see this horse go 2 turns in the San Vicente. - Derby bound!
While the winner has proven to be a very good runner at the distance, it might well be the runner-up, Treasury Bill, who becomes more of a threat on the Kentucky Derby trail.Read More
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  • marylandgq · Everyone assumes Shakin It Up will be a good SPRINTER (maybe middle distance) solely based on how his Dad (Midnight Lute) earned a living on the track. I'm telling you, he can get the Derby distance and Pegram/Baffert will keep him on the Derby Trail. He's special. That's why I made him my #3 Derby contender (over a week ago)... the only person on the planet to do so. (I'll try not to break my arm padding myself on the back, LOL) · 426 days ago ·
  • AndyScoggin · Shakin It Up - 86 BSF · 425 days ago ·
Mudflats will have a new look when he starts in Sunday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes for 3-year-olds at seven furlongs.Read More
Corey Nakatani hopes to turn the tables on his rivals in Sunday’s San Vicente stakes. Nakatani rides Caballo Del Cielo for Steve Asmussen in the seven furlong race for 3-year-olds. Among the entrees are Shakin It Up, who beat Caballo Del Cielo by 4 ½ lengths last Oct. 27. Read More
Saturday’s Santa Anita Park Recap – Feb 16 Edge to forwardly placed runners on the fast main track. Turf course seemed to play fair (rail at 15 feet). Hat trick for Rafael Bejarano. Two wins for jockey Kevin Krigger, and Edwin Maldonado and Jeff Bonde teamed up for two wins on the card. On the ticke...Read More
Shakin It Up, a sharp third in the Grade III Hollywood Prevue on Nov. 22, heads a field of six Triple Crown hopefuls going seven furlongs in Sunday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes, and important steppingstone to the Grade I Santa Anita Derby on April 6. Read More
Bob Baffert entered three Triple Crown hopefuls in Sunday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes at seven furlongs: maiden winners Belvin, Shakin It Up and War Academy.Read More
Treasury Bill makes his stakes debut for owners Gary and Mary West and trainer Ron Ellis in next Saturday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes for 3-year-olds at seven furlongs. Read More
  • Big papa · The only plan that makes sense after running in the Sam vincente is the rebel and the Arkansas derby. Unless they want to ship him multiple times. · 432 days ago ·
Which perennial leading trainer has the hotter hand for the First Saturday in May?Read More
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  • mshutty · I believe this year that neither trainer will produce the Derby winner...however, for getting a 3 year-old ready for Derby, I would have to go with Baffert · 784 days ago ·
  • AndyScoggin · I like El Padrino's gutsy effort winning the Risen Star! His time was better than the other stakes. · 784 days ago ·
Bob Baffert is loaded and coming after this year's Kentucky Derby with a vengeance. Read More
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  • cpsoren121 · Baffert and Pletcher always seem to have a stream of good horses coming in... kind of like a good college football school having the best recruits! · 784 days ago ·
  • El Kabong · Fed Biz is the horse. Pedigree and natural talent. Plus, and I know this is less professional, I like the fact that a rider of Bejarano's talent and character came back to the winner's circle after that Allowance win with the look of a kid at Christmas time. He boasted, "this is my Derby horse buddy." Normally I don't get that giddy over post race comments, but this is a leading rider who has been on all the big names out west. He has been on Liason, Out of Bounds, Secret Circle, Creative Cause, and Rousing Sermon. To just chuck them all and make that statement tells me that the horse is special. I was watching the race and the post race. Baffert was genuinely giddy and noted in post race interviews that Fed Biz wasn't even putting any effort into the race. He was running with his ears up. green and didn't change leads until the finish. Bejarano noted that he had alot left and he felt like he was just galloping. This is the one to watch in Baffert's Barn and hopefully he will not disappoint. I have some future wager exactas that are counting on it. · 784 days ago ·
Drill beat American Act and Creative Cause in Sunday's Grade 2 San Vicente Stakes at Santa Anita Park. Read More
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  • travel_vic · After a layoff and in anticipation of a longer three year old seaason almost EVERY trainer build bottom by incremental steps from sprints to routes.....EVERY baby usually takes these steps · 790 days ago ·
  • Winplacsho · Agreed, even Silver Charm won this race in his march to Louisville · 787 days ago ·
HRN's Mike Shutty breaks down the past week's Kentucky Derby 2012 prep action and gives you the scoop on the Baffert sweep of Oaklawn's Southwest Stakes + MoreRead More
  • francis · I know someone who was @ Santa Anita Sunday. He said Creative Cause blew by Drill & the 2nd place finisher right after the wire, & Rosorio couldn't get him pulled up until the 1/2 mile pole. · 787 days ago ·

Race Results & Past Performances

View Details02/16/14SA57 fD03 MSan Vicente-G2Kobe's BackCherubimRprettyboyfloyd1:21.84
View Details02/17/13SA77 fD03 MSan Vicente-G2Shakin It UpTreasury BillCaballo Del Cielo1:22.48
View DetailsView Video02/19/12SA77 fD03 MSan Vicente-G2DrillAmerican ActCreative Cause1:21.28
View DetailsView Video02/20/11SA87 fD03 MSan Vicente-G2The FactorSway AwayPremier Pegasus1:20.34
View DetailsView Video02/15/10SA87 fS03 MSan Vicente-G2Sidney's CandyTiny WoodsClassical Slew1:20.91
View DetailsView Video02/16/09SA77 fS03 MSan Vicente-G2Evita ArgentinaLeedsthewayGato Go Win1:24.30
View Details02/13/05SA67 fD03 MSan Vicente-G2Fusaichi Rock StarDon't Get MadKirkendahl1:22.59
View Details02/01/03SA47 fD03 MSan Vicente-G2KafwainSum TrickSouthern Image0:00.00
View Details02/03/01SA37 fD03 MSan Vicente-G2Early FlyerLasersportD'wildcat1:21.51
View Details02/06/99SA57 fD03 MSan Vicente-G2ExploitAristotleYes It's True1:22.00
View DetailsView Video02/08/97SA67 fD03 MSan Vicente-G3Silver CharmFree HouseFunontherun1:21.07
View Details02/12/95SA37 fD03 MSan Vicente-G3Afternoon DeelitesMr. PurpleFandarel Dancer1:21.35
View Details02/01/73SA87 fD03 MSan Vicente-G3Ancient TitleLinda's ChiefOut Of The East 1:21.00
View Details01/19/55SA67 fD03 MSan VicenteSwapsTrentonianJean's Joe1:10.30