6 deep in the Cigar Mile & no Goldencents...that is a super deep field.
Zipse....a man with his finger on the pulse of everything equine. Congrats!
It's refreshing to see someone win a big tournament with a consistent string of logical winners and not just 1 or 2 bombs. Congrats!
Both nice pieces, Brian. I hope that someone with some extra real estate and loves horses can give him a nice home, and so many more like him. Its sad that we don't have anything set up for retired race horses, regardless of how they performed on the track....especially when former NFL players can win a lawsuit against the league after they've earned millions of dollars in salaries, endorsements and pensions from their bumps and bruises received on the playing field.
Don, this is great. If you don't nominate this for the multimedia Eclipse Award, than I will.
This was my favorite race of the day. Though the quick pace helped Outstrip, it was amazing to watch as she overcame the traffic trouble to make up that much ground in the final furlong.
Good luck to everyone at the HRN staff! I hope there are some big tickets cashed!
Welcome to the team, Lenny. I really enjoy reading your stuff. Pssst....Holy Lute=possible cap horse.
This year's field in the Mile is looks on paper to be easier than last year's version & Wise Dan might be the same price after his loss last out.
I was really pumped about Clenor's chances in the BC JFT, but after watching Vorda & Al Thakhira, I've slowed my roll on Clenor just a bit.
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