Kombat Cat purchased privately in Arpil won her MSW debut at Monmouth Park on August 31, 2013
Colorblue5555 I decided to answer you. What is the commission charged by the other partnerships? Do they take 10% or double the price of their purchase? We all know the answer to that don't we. The commission I received on QOR was $1,000. We waited 2 years to race her? Would you work for 2 years without charging a dime? The commission for R Betty Graybull was $6,000. The partners were paid afer she won the $200,000 NATC Futurity at 2. She is now a broodmare. Do you know the stud fee to breed to Awesome Again. $75,000. Her partners have not reached into their pocket for one dime. So before you look like the fool you truly are try to know the facts before you speak? Would you like to have bought QOR for $10,000? I sure robbed those folks making $1,000 or Betty for $60,000 or Charly for $57,000. Why don't you slither under your rock from whence you came. And I make you a guarantee. If you slander me or FLS ever again I will hire a private investigator to get your identify. Then you can get an attorney to defend your sorry ass. Enough is enough.
Thank you for all the kind notes. Queen of Rock tasted defeat for the very first time but in doing so it may have been most impressive race. She closed well into a very slow pace on a heavy tiring racetrack and finished a game second. Congratulations to the winning connections.
It's hard to believe that for the 2nd time in just 3 years we are off on the Triple Crown Trail. The last time it was Uptowncharlybrown and this time One Sock Down. Thank you all for the kind words following his spectacular debut on December 8th. He earned a Ragozin Sheet number of 10 in his debut and a Beyer of 83. The horse he beat Todd Pletcher's Ecabroni is a very nice horse too. We will point One Sock Down toward the Grade III $400,000 Holy Bull Stakes in January.
I think she's simply the best
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