Special horse? Yes. Don't get many like him and a very sad day when he retires? True & absolutely. But know's where he's going and what races he's in???...I'm afraid to ask about the etc, etcs...!!
Funny, I thought the same thing. And Chrome seems just the opposite, more action and looks like he's going fast all the time.
If it's things I've posted then there's no need for me to look for it, is there. I don't consider upsetting anyone bad luck. But since you have no response other than you were insulted by your own statements, I'l prove to you that I don't argue with fence posts by ending it here!...
Cute kid by the way!..
Yeah, I was joking about the weights. I can see
where Arrogate's long stride might be considered a disadvantage. But Smith has already dispelled the notion that he doesn't handle turns well. I think a worst case scenario is that he covers a ton of ground more than Chrome. In which case I'd be just as content with
another monster performance, win or lose.
lol...That's one way of looking at it I guess!...
12/3 - 5F work
I'm flattered you're that interested in me...but google myself to find out what???...
I'm not judging you, I don't even know you. I just posted asinine comments that you've made with no end in sight and asked a fitting question. So what's the answer?
You are still alive and kicking in my heart, beautiful one.
Remembering you on the day you left us.....
The 'fact' that Chrome was in front after 1 1/8 mi in the Classic? I've heard a few excuses about Arrogate's weight advantage. Maybe they should assign more weight to the 3yo as well to even things up a bit!
Yeah, I've heard that same reasoning used for Chrome being the Classic winner if only he had kicked earlier as in his previous races. And it's still nonsense however you slice it. Because it's all dependent on Smith and Arrogate being helplessly incapable of doing anything but watch Espinoza and Chrome have their own way. Chrome had no trouble with the fields he has faced at ANY distance. But he will be facing Arrogate for the 1st time at 1 1/8th, just like when he faced him for the 1st time at 1 1/4.
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