Earned a 107 Beyer for his impressive Santa Anita Derby win.
Well that's interesting. What happened to Dale?
From The Downey Profile: Indianapolis (20-1), who has run six furlongs in both his races, was declared out of the San Vicente with a cough on Feb. 12, and he hasn't put in a published workout since. Keep an eye on the worktab. Baffert will likely keep all options open.
Gracer came out of her Darley Precious win with fractured sesamoid left foreleg and has been retired.
Why was this colt retired? As for as I know it was reported that he has suffered a non-displaced chip. Isn't that only a minor injury. He could come back to racing late next year. So what on earth will this colt be doing in the breeding shed? He has raced only 3 times. Yes, he did won the Breeders' Cup Juvenile but what does this prove? He could do so much more. We have mostly harness racing in our country and it probably makes a difference but our horses are racing as 12 years olds (geldings of course) and they compete in 12 races per year, which means that they race from two to three times in one month. I know that it's hard to even compare harness racing to thoroughbred horse racing but I think if Thoroughbreds would be managed like this it would be better for this sport.
No, he is owned by Tanma Corp.
I think so. She was supposed to come back to train in late August/early September for the Gulfstream season so something has gone wrong with her.
I found out this filly is retired for a pretty long time now. She's stabled at Candy Meadows Farm and was reportedly bred to Hard Spun for the 2013 season.http://www.cheyennestables.net/horses/miss-netta-3945.html
It looks like he was moved to the barn of Jerry Hollendorfer. I'm guessing he'll be running next in the G2 San Fernando Stakes since he's nominated for this race.
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