whens the final edition of the screener coming out? I wanna buy it this year
Nailed it (tri and win) ...Thanks for the play JT.
Jarrod Incentivize is the #3 horse.
Certainly didn't face too many tigers today but that stretch run was pretty darn impressive. Javier definitely handled himself well in the final 1/4 after he let her get blocked in.
Like your selection Jarrod. May try to dial up a $0.50 tri wheel, early template: 1-4-6/1-4-6/ALL. #6 Cavalero ML 8-1 has some good numbers at this track and distance and may hit the ALL button for 3rd as there are a good number of ponies in here that could come up late.
Not a Derby contender yet but a horse that can rate, close, & flashes speed is one that should be on our radar. The Zito barn does seem to have success around this time of year and then flattens out over the summer. Thoughts?
Looked like a collapse after some blistering fractions (23.96 & 46.24) but he did make up a lot of ground and overtook some quality horses. Sweet Ducky is no chump, he rated well but hung a bit. Mucho Macho Man got caught up in that quick pace & Gourmet Dinner I guess one would say finished a strong 3rd. All in all Dialed In & Leparoux definitely took advantage of a hot pace but showed some nice signs of tactical speed and yes effort.
We were down there for the Garden State, Bravo Romeo was on our radar. Pretty sure he went off as 23-1 then he ran out of gas, but definitely fits well in here. Rudy is also 28% is dirt sprints. Possible LATE PICK 3 template 7 thru 9....R7 3-6-2 w R8 3-7 w R9 4-5-9 for $36
What exactly is "mature energy distributions" Humphrey?
Blame, winner of the Nov. 6 Breeders’ Cup Classic (gr. I), has been retired from racing for stallion duty at the Hancock family’s Claiborne Farm near Paris, Ky. He will be available for breeders to see Tuesday, Nov. 9 and Wednesday, Nov. 10 at Keeneland at 9 a.m. EST. The 4-year-old son of Arch out of the Seeking the Gold mare Liable will be stabled at trainer Al Stall’s barn off Rice Road. Since parking is strictly limited, Keeneland has asked that those interested in attending park at the Thoroughbred Club of America where shuttle service will begin at 8:45 a.m. Bred and raced by Claiborne and Adele Dilschneider, Blame posted two additional grade I wins earlier this year, in the Stephen Foster Handicap and the Whitney Handicap. He was retired with nine wins, two seconds, and two thirds from 13 lifetime starts.
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