Oxbow has a superior mud pedigree, but only his sire, not damsire has previous sw at 1 1/4 miles.
Actually, the turns aren't any tighter than Churchill, but Pimlico is 50Ft narrower than that track, so it appears that the turns are tighter. Read more about the track configuration here: http://www.horseracingnation.com/blogs/pedigree_power/Orb_Facing_a_Difficult_Preakness_Challenge_123
Thanks for the compliments! Racefansan, sorry about the typos. Spellcheck didn't catch and I only have two eyes...
thanks for the compliments! Good Luck everyone!
Mylute, Orb, Oxbow, & Revolutionary all have superior pedigrees for wet tracks. Revolutionary's sire gets 40% & damsire 15% mudders. Nice analysis, guys!
Nice counter, Brian. This was fun!
Cocoa2, Many gray horses are born almost black, but their coats lighten with age. Spectacular Bid started out with a dark gray coat and by his death, was as white as Hansen. Creative Cause is another who appeared black as a foal. In a few years Mylute will likely lighten up.
This is a well-written, descriptive article, I felt as if I was there! Thanks for the insight, Dan!
Travel Vic, Space here doesn't allow for me to show/write regarding all of the data that has been compiled. I have over 5 years of data for the Keeneland spring & fall meets on tue subjects listed above. These factors are just something for 'cappers to keep in mind while they play the Keeneland meet. If you happen to have detailed stats/spreadsheets on Keeneland, I'd enjoy reviewing it.
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