I totally agree that you can discount TCI and I'll Have Another because of the easy preps they had. In such a tough race like this, that means toss. Need to narrow down somehow! I also really like the way Creative Cause has run this year - and he's never had a pace to run at. If he had the pace that Dullahan did, I think people would be all over the Creative Cause bandwagon.
Paul, so the Screener had the trifecta "only" a couple of times? Wow, that's pretty horrible!!!
I think he wins one more in the Preakness.
Nobody is really talking about the Oaks but this could be one dynamite race this year.
That is great news! We love Devil May Care. She is a superstar!
What amazing presence he has. Looks like a champ in every way.
I've been watching Zoebear ever since he ran a real good one against Tapizar in the Fall at Churchill. This horse hasn't put it all together yet, but might someday soon.
Prime Cut beat Bind and got a 91 Beyer figure in the process. Maybe a late bloomer to consider?
As we talk about no impressive three-year-olds lately, Master of Hounds might be the exception to that.
Mike Watchmaker in the DRF: Kathmanblu was the solid favorite in the Kentucky Oaks Future Wager pool, but her stock took a hit with the result of the Fair Grounds Oaks. Inglorious, the 6-5 favorite Saturday on the basis of her close second to Kathmanblu in the Rachel Alexandra, finished a flat fourth to the overachieving Daisy Devine. I know I’ve said it before, but I think Kathmanblu is best on turf.
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