Note to Todd (Mr. Overrated ) Pletcher: Maybve working a horse a half in 50 a week before the race isn't the way to really condition a race horse. Ever notice how this Blowhard so often goes missing on high profile race days when maybe the testing scrutiny is a little more exacting?
Based on what we saw in the Wood, its hard to believe any horse coming out of that race will be much of a factor in the Dery. The road to the Derby ran through California and Florida this year. I'm loving the prospect of another under conditioned, over hyped Pletcher colt taking a lot of money because its an easy toss. Look at the way O'neill is conditioning I'll Have Another...there's a horse that will have a foundation and when he has to dig down deep there will be something there! Same thiong with Creative Cause...Contrary to the Pletcher school, training and racing is actually GOOD for a racehorse.
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