Galloping this morning - 2/24
His data was based on Trakus info. You have another more reliable source? I'll check the Trakus charts later at work.
I haven't checked. In which race did he run a sub :23?
Not based on this stride frequency study. He was more or less a one-pace grinder. His speed dropped as he lengthened his stride.
Not equal, but also not a valid means of comparison in determining anything.
Honesty in a lawyer...hmmm
Now I think you might want to have a back up plan!
I will just address the first mention you made of Bid, and why even though your intentions are good, these extensive posts are meaningless when you are using raw times as a means of comparison. I'll just quote Zipse's comment from several years ago.
"In one of the most impressive races I have ever seen a juvenile run, he had won Atlantic City’s World’s Playground by 15 lengths over the horses who had beaten him in the Tyro and Dover. Final time over a track considered on the slow side, was 1:20 4/5 for the seven furlongs."
On a better note, your future law career may have some merit! lol
Did you notice that 1 poster and about 300 comments are missing below!
Nice to be able to agree with you again! lol
Now do you understand what I was telling you?
This is where I'm at.
Looks like he will need the next race in 9 days. Perhaps "ring rust" as tvg commentators called it. If Arrogate makes it I don't see Mub being 2nd choice off of this 2:04 effort. But still, not bad if he was 85%.
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