I wouldn't be surprised if he does run in it.
I probably won't go, but that could change. I was at the very first Extreme Day in 2007. Back then, the feature race was a 2 mile and sixteenth race on the dirt. We don't run that anymore.
The third condition book of the meet is out and with it, the races on Extreme Day. In addition to camel, ostrich, and zebra races, there will be races such as the Dash In Flash stakes for quarter horses at 110 yards, the Spurt In the Dirt for thoroughbreds going two furlongs, the Grass Is Greener for horses who have never won on the grass, the Duck Race for maidens whose trainer hasn't won at the meet this year, the Ghost Race for horses that are gray or roan, and the famed Battle Of The Surfaces where horses will be running at the same time on turf and dirt. It will be held Saturday, July 16th.
Got a response from Ramsey Farm. They haven't discussed future plans for him, but they'll pass along the suggestion of the Mystic Lake Derby.
I'll look. Apparently it's not, but that could change.
I'm glad to see Firing Line back. With this possible lineup, NBC may have to put this race on TV. Speaking of NBC and the Breeders Cup Win and You're In, isn't it odd that the Belmont Oaks is a win and you're in but not the Belmont Derby.
Oh my goodness. This makes my day. Firing Line is my favorite older dirt horse. I love any Zetcher horse.
Also, you may have seen that I contacted Ramsey Farm about Oscar Nominated. I was granted permission by my boss, Eric Halstrom. Will update when I get a response.
Connected the Ramsey Farm about his possibility Mystic Lake Derby. Will update when I get a response.
Wow. The Iowa Oaks and Derby got great entries. Will definitely be watching.
Lord Nelson is back. But I think the best horse was Subtle Indian. He started his career at my home track and gotten to meet his trainer. Great runs by the top three.
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