He ran very good. Do not be misled by margin of victory. Definately 1 of top 5 now. But i think the Derby winner has not won a Stake yet,or has even raced. No disrespect to current bunch. But there has to be someone out there,better than what we have seen.
My point,HE LOST
I definately expect him to dust off this JVsquad he is facing. But i would not be surprised if he lost
Supposed to be rock hard.
Are you serious to make that statement regarding Kiaran. You sound as though he has been running chopped liver. He had Frosted in Florida last year. He had the favorite in the BC Distaff and BC sprint for fillies. With 85%of the Trainers that statement holds water.With Kiaran it is full of holes
On paper he looks great, he is undefeated. In the mornings he is a sight for sore eyes. So what is the problem with this guy. Look no further with his trainer and awful record outside of New York. Last winter Kiaran invaded Florida and Louisiana with a handful of well bred and talented horses. They left on vans with basically their tails between their legs. Look at this past Breeders Cup, i believe he had two solid favorites. To those that bet them,they are still waiting for them to cross the finish line. So far,Kiaran has been shooting blanks with 1 winner only. To his luck, this race not only came up short on runners, but much shorter on Talent.
Alot is being made about the top 3 year old fillies this year. Do not lose track of this one, she will be running at GP on Saturday. From what i have seen to date. I say she is the #1 ranked in America. Regardless of the Cal filly, this one catches m eye the most.
Stone Cold is making return from lengthy vacation Nathan. Just might be worth a scheckle or 2 for old time sake, if you get my drift. Old pal Snuggles(sans missy) will be heading to land of Montana to see his Orange Crush play. His only egret,last time the seats were on the cuff. Now he has to dig deep. Have absolutely no interest or opinion on this game. Would of loved to of seen Belichek win another.
I think he led the league in scoring for Buffalo Braves
Nathan,hope the partying has quieted down with the LA experience. Now for a few nuggets at GP on Sunshine day. Todd leads off the Parade with 2 good ones early in the card. In Race 2- take a shot with Lord Commander. Follow it up in the 4th with Kinsley Kisser. Ackeret is back in the sprint,would do head stands if he hits the board. Finally go to the 12th Race. Navarro will be tough with the chalk. But keep an eye on 2 long ones.... Shupanga and Street Gray. Good Luck.
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