If he does go, let's hope DAP stashes away the 50 grand or so it will take to bring him home - if needed!...
Here's another one to shake your head at!... :)
"Bayern Top-Ranked U.S.-Based Horse in World"
Since you're in the business Kevin, I'm sure you know that Ferdinand's tragic end was not in vain. The 'Ferdinand Clause' protects horses sold internationally. The buy back clause in the stallion contract gives a former owner the option to buy a horse back after their breeding careers end or when they are no longer wanted. I also don't think that Japan leads the US by any means when it comes to horse slaughter.
"People should be worried not only about the heroes, but about every horse. They're all essentially equal." Rollin Baugh
Wonder if Nakatani lost the mount. Baze will be on board Monday.
Well maybe not just one race - unless we're talikng Dubai.
Dont have access to that info airedale, but I'm sue goblin has a better idea. I remember reading that from the Legends book. But Bid ran nine races as a 4 yo to earn $1,118,000. Chrome can earn 2-3 times that much in just one race. Hopefully inflation is part of the equation.
icyhotboo - Not to be defending Mallios or anything you understand, but in all fairness to the content of his comment, only the first sentence has anything to do with God. The "insight" you say he expressed is simply the result of knowing how to read. What his personal relationship is with God is not for you or anyone else to judge.
SJ's legs were like gummy worms in the stretch. Sure, the had similar streaks in their TC run. But that's where the similarities end. He was not half the specimen - in any aspect - that California Chrome is. Enough of the comparisons already!
Not to get too far off track here...but God no more takes sides in human sports than he does in human conflicts.
Thanks goblin. Same here, just a news source. But I do get a kick out of the abuse Beyer takes everytime he writes an article about Chrome.
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