You need psychiatric help. Desperately.
Yes Professor Vic, I have knowledge of where the source of the noise that Vyjack disliked. I understand that a horse doesn't comprehend a grandstand full of fans. Your compulsion to post needlessly is nauseating.
Vyjack will be fine. He hated all of those screaming fans, no doubt. I am sure he will be back in form and ready to go.
I'm sure he doesn't. After all is said and done, he knows I like him. We have a common affinity for Vyjack. The horse is all that matters!!
Jay, Funny thing, went to Delaware Park on Preakness day with my friends. We were hitting trifectas left and right all day on pretty much the worst horses ever. Won a ton, turned around and bet it all on the Preakness. Lost it all because Oxbow wasn't anywhere on my radar. Walked through the casino to leave and decided to throw a few bucks in a slot machine. Hit double what I won and lost at the track and left very happy. See, you never know!!
Jay, its really sort of a hobby is all. A few years ago I wanted to know why some horses thrived with low dosage and some with high. I just have a thing about wanting to know everything when it comes to handicapping. Sometimes I use it, sometimes I don't. Its usually the times when dosage completely dominates with all the horses who hit the board that I tend to forget about it. Thats my luck!!
Jay, I should have learned by now, keep it to myself. The uninformed can stay uninformed.
Dear Lord. I can't even say a horse has a great Dosage Profile without getting grief from those that most likely know absolutely nothing about the subject. Never said Code West was a hotshot for the Belmont. Never said he couldn't be either. Pathetic.
So terribly sorry for misspelling in your presence. What was I thinking? And if you considered the context in which we were speaking, you wouldn't interject your thoughtless opinion. Never said the horse had a shot at winning the Belmont. The horse has a magnificent dosage profile. Never considered Golden Soul for the Derby but again, the horse had a magnificent dosage profile. Smoke your own pipe, gave that up back in high school.
Why not get down from your high thrown. I have found that many people that do not consider dosage or breeding of any importance are those that do not have the capability of understanding it. I would assume this is the case here. One can understand dosage and add it to the understanding of everything else that is involved in handicapping. If you are not into it, so be it, but to be so ignorant as to charge fantasy horse racing, then you are sadly mistaken.
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