It appears you have five horses included in your Pick 4 with a good mix of short, mid and long prices. The Player is starting to look like a "wise guy" horse. Everyone on every site seems to be on same 6-1 shot. Odds may not hold. Good Luck!
Most impressive in a superior race. I hope the horse continues to progress.
I would love to see Nyquist tackle his elders to avoid the ship east. However, not likely. I am probably in the minority but I have always felt Nyquist never quite gets his due. Whether its the AP hangover effect I don't know. His losing race in the Preakness was very good and before that all he does is beat everyone. Beating Chrome and other olders would elevate his reputation whenever his connections decide to take their shot.
A super nice race mare that gave fans a lot of thrills. It is fun to follow these types also as broodmares. I would lean to Medaglia d' Oro then Mo. I wonder if he Winchell family will use one of their sires though. Whatever the pairing it should be enjoyable seeing them run.
Good list of young sires but nothing really excites me. I guess Uncle Mo sucked all the air out of the room. I have been watching To Honor and Serve a bit as a sleeper. Only a few have ran that I have seen.
My question is how did Mongolian Prince lose in his debut at GP? Must have been one tough MSW group at GP to beat this seasoned horse. :-)
I liked reading this analysis. At first glance seeing Songandaprayer in the mix I immediately think "done by the head of the stretch in Louisville". However the other influences Laura points out say I better look deeper. I am not yet sure what SoCal has this year for the Derby but it will be interesting. I always lean to horses on dirt with high cruising ability. Betting on a deep closer who is weaving an bobbing thru a full Derby field can give a gambler ulcers.
I am not overly enamored with Shagaf for the Roses. Two months out so much can still change. Why does the 2 YO "racing" foundation appear to be so important. You would think a couple months of galloping/training as a 2 YO then three preps as a 3 YO would set them up for a run if the pre-requisite talent is built in. History tells us otherwise. The scoreboard shows History well ahead of DAVIDM9999.
I am glad the classy Flintshire is coming simply because the division has not been deep over the past few seasons. I do think Divisdero may develop into a real good one with some ground and assuming soundness. I realize pace can be non-existent in Europe but in NY racing it has become a problem too. Too many NY jocks snatch and strangle on grass so you have 50 second plus half miles repeatedly.Turf races can often resemble a shootout in NASCAR with 2F sprints to wire. If Flintshire thinks he is getting sub 48's Juddmonte had better start looking for a rabbit like Ken Ramsay did.
Cathryn Sophia is an exciting filly. She moves easy winning seemingly without effort. I do like her to stretch out kindly with Mineshaft influences. It would be nice if she can challenge Songbird. Songbird has been special so far but blow out wins at 1-9 odds will get a bit old midway thru 2016. We do like to the see the best pushed to their best a few times. I think Street Boss is underrated as a sire. We often judge sires solely by distance and the classics.He drops quality winners and is a value at his stud fee.
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