A very nice IL-bred, a poly lover, probably will be OK back at Hawthorne too, there is upside with this one, hope they do a little travelling with her(maybe Woodbine then keeneland in October?) as she has tons of ability and has improved the last 3 starts still.
If you only put $10 in, I agree that's fine. but if like I posted below anyone is considering "investing" more than that into this I beg of you to please look into it more deeply than they're advertising. This is one of the biggest screwjobs I've ever seen put out by partnerships in this business and I've seen a lot...
and create yet another dead-end job for his son
This whole plan has a lot of things that scream 'red flag'...one, these horses have already been acquired by Stronarch/Adena and now are being passed on to these partnerships. Personally it seems that Stronarch/Adena is dumping their unwanted purchases on the unsuspecting public. Second, there is absolutely no chance at a person making any type of return on this - management fees, the biggest markup I've ever seen, and $150/day in training is outrageous. Yes, it's $10 which may be fun to have the smallest share of horses, but I wouldn't dare think about putting a $1,000 or even $100 into this. Also note that they are valuing these horses to an average of more than $2 million per horse, when the prospectus even says some have been purchased as low as $4,000. Buyer beware.
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Oh please, Caleb's Posse all the way. I don't think any horse that has been sidelined or injured halfway through the year qualifies for horse of the year or the year's 3YO champ...it's about what the horse did ALL YEAR (hence the name) not in one or two big races. This disqualifies Animal Kingdom, Uncle MO, and a few others...in my opinion of course.
It's been apart of the game since the beginning, and the riding crops have gotten safer and friendlier to horses over time. Enough of "political correctness"...it really does go too far.
Well looks like they went to Dirt Mile instead. Wrong move IMO but we'll see.
I like Ice Box as a big longshot. If the speed does go out and FAST, which is expected, but then tires out, Ice Box could pick up the pieces. Everyone left and right is tossing Ice Box, but man, something seems to be amiss from doing that. I will be including Ice Box...
Yes, exactly. He had a big shot in the race. By the "Ragozins," he fits on top in his current form. What a shame...would have been interesting to see him run as it's basically the same horses in the Turf Sprint that hes been facing and WINNING against!!
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