For both Mizdirection and Shared Belief, Alex Solis II was an advisor/assisted in forming an ownership group. I don't have time right now to research any other of the purchases.... http://heavy.com/sports/2014/11/jim-home-horse-shared-belief-owners-trainer-jockey-record-injury-odds/
She was sold to Katsumi Yoshida at the F-T sale last November. https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/88543/fashion-plate-brings-12m-at-fasig-tipton
A reminder that Curlin's Fox is entered tomorrow in the G3 Senorita Stakes in her return to the turf at Santa Anita. Mike Smith aboard. http://www.santaanita.com/press-releases/avenge-curlins-fox-long-hot-summer-head-competitive-field-of-nine-in-saturdays-grade-iii-100000-senorita-stakes-at-a-mile-on-turf/#.VY260flVhBd
That is not correct; SS did not regularly run on Lasix. (As far as I can tell not at all--as Mike in SB says) The chart for the 1989 Kentucky Derby shows no meds for Sunday Silence, while every other horse in the race ran on bute and/or Lasix. Even Easy Goer ran on bute. http://static.kentuckyderby.com/sites/kentuckyderby.com/files/charts/1989.pdf
The race chart for the 1989 Kentucky Derby shows NO medications for Sunday Silence. I'll try to locate more charts; but as can be seen on this link, many other horses ran on Lasix in that Derby. http://static.kentuckyderby.com/sites/kentuckyderby.com/files/charts/1989.pdf
Lost in the Fog. :)
For sure. They have potentially messed-up some seriously good karma. ;)
Enjoy your new home! Sounds like heaven to me! Best wishes for these new adventures.
I "liked" his first sentence only. ;)
You've referred a couple of times to the ESPN article. Is it the one by Gary West? If so, I think it is well worth reading. (I'm sorry if you linked it elsewhere--didn't find that you did after a quick search here.) http://espn.go.com/horse-racing/story/_/id/13064848/where-does-american-pharoah-rank-triple-crown-winners
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