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Shes my pick for the ladies classic!!! This filly is as tough as nails! Go Questing!!!
Don't know why so many people keep calling her the best horse in training. Don't get me wrong she is awesome but, shes no Game on Dude.
I agree completley!!! Well done. However, I think if Reveron runs well he'll sneak into the super... maybe
I undertand that having a horse compete in the Kentucky Derby is exciting but this guy is crazy...
I like Dullahan but not for the Derby. I think that you can compare Dullahan to Paddy O' Prado. Both really good horses but not suited for the dirt. Like Paddy I think Dullahan's connections are going to realize that he is more suited for the turf or synthetic. And as for his win being better than Bodemeister's I have to strongly disagree. Although Dullahan's win was very good, it must be noted that it was on a poly track and from looking at his past performances you can see that he is a sythetic specialist. As for the fast time, all of the times on that track have been wicked fast. Every single race has been that way. As for Bodie's win her ran a full second faster than some of the best 4 year olds in the country (Alternation, Ron The Greek). All in all, both very talented race horses. I guess we will all see who is better on the first Sat in May!
Maybe he just didn't like the poly track. I don't think the timing was right either. There was no point in running him in the Blugrass since he cant qualify for the Derby. His connections should have waited and ran him in the Derby Trial or something along those lines to prep for the Preakness. Wonder what the connections are going to do now...
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