After that performance it would be hard for them to resist trying her in a graded stakes on dirt. She has done well on turf and synthetic at the highest level, but considering that was her first dirt start since an AlwOC in May 2012 she really ran her heart out.
He already is built like a house, I can't wait to see what he looks like when he is fit. He is a stunning animal
I have no problem when different people are talking about the same horse, but do we need multiple threads from one member in a single day talking about something not even related to the original topic? I can't scroll down to see all of the posts I missed the way I used to be able to in the old format - now only the past handful are visible. I, and I assume others, come here to see varying opinions on different horses, not to see paragraph long rants about something the forum has argued over the past months to no avail
It was her first race back after a huge layoff and she was up against some pretty impressive horses. It wasn't like she finished miles behind. I would expect her to improve from it.
For God's sake could you please learn how to respond to an existing thread. Your rants are clogging up the newsfeed.
Jk, just saw that Kiaran has a few for them. I wouldn't mind seeing Jess's Dream go to him, but Lukas? No thanks
Has Kiaran or Lukas ever even trained for Stonestreet?
Can't blame them for aiming high and taking a risk with a filly that looks to be extremely special
He shipped to Fair Hill on Friday
So… what you're saying is… people borrow techniques from each other?? *gasp*
I don't think you can say "stole" when it is clear that that a handful (or more) of riders have a particular style or signature. Dettori has said that Cordero was one of his idols, so calling it a tribute rather than a stolen technique may be a better term.
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