LOL winning the Santa Anita Derby in that fashion makes him a serious player in my book. This horse stretches out very well. A mile and a quarter shouldn't be an issue for him. Love to see him draw an outside post in the KY Derby.
WOW! I don't like what you've done with the contenders page! Where's the list? Go back, go back, go back!
I loved Big Brown. Hope this colt does well!
Not arguing that Dullahan prefers synthetic. But he might take to the SA surface. He's a dam fine animal and I'm not gonna leave him off my ticket.
Mighty impressive after a 4 month lay-off!
They said the same thing about Animal Kingdom........
88 beyer rating on DRF for the Palm Beach Stakes??? You got to be kidding??? The numbers don't lie. 1:46.56!!!
Castellano made a big mistake and he knows it. And the more people that don't jump on Union Rag's band wagon the better for me come Cinco De Mayo!
Race horses are like professional athletes, thet get injured all the time. To suggest Pletcher is doing something wrong, or different from any other big name trainer is a stretch. If you want to dive head first into paranoia go right ahead, I'll keep betting on Pletcher trained horses, and cashing in.
Here we go, and I knew it would happen as soon as Algorithms scratched. Union Rags raced against basically noone in the FOY. I don't care! Union Rags came off an almost 4 month lay-off and looked almost effortless to run the second fastest mile and a sixteenth graded race to date, period! Not taking anything away from El Padrino's fantastic performance. But it is extremely difficult for a young colt to come back after a long lay-off like that. And to look so good doing it proves that he IS a legitimate #1 contender in my book!
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