Thoroughbred Club of America at Keeneland the goal I would imagine. Love this girl.
You missed quite a few. Just added them.
A filly in reality. Between having a whole range of races that only they can compete in, to needing only a good pedigree to be broodmare criteria, they are far more profitable than the hundreds of stallions you would need in order to get a multiple graded stakes winner worth standing at stud.
Good, just got all my entries lined up for the Ag Fair in August. Things are well on the cape? I'm going up to Boston in a few weeks. Bummed I missed seeing Doublicious in the Isadorable. She is one of my favorites.
fired a 4f bullet in 47.61 while working in company with Ludicrous (1/55) over the main track at Belmont Park. He is a half to Tapit.
made his debut work 3f in 37 1/5 seconds over the main dirt track at Delaware Park this morning. The highly anticipated half brother to Grade 1 winner Cross Traffic was a $600,000 purchase at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale. Trained by Larry Jones for Fox Hill Farms
Maybe if you let the door hit you on your way out, you would honor your long whine about the change HRN has experienced. This POS failed to show up and short of finding a rabbit, they will have to settle with the blatant fact that she is a horse who found extremely weak competition this summer and upon racing the best runs among them only.
Nice to see a G3 horse in America hit the board in a G1 in Europe
She was exposed.
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