8 10 9 and the 7 had a bum trip behind slowing down horses with no place to go
What evidence do you have for that being a NOT well cared for track?
QUOTE: would have more impressed if had gone to saratoga and won. What? He took on some of the best OLDER horses in the country and beat them at the same distance. You've got to be kidding.
fun place but TOO HOT and unless you have a seat you are in for a very long tiring day.
Just because a horse's name does not appear on the PUBLISHED workout list does NOT mean that the animal has not worked either at a private training facility, or at in a time that was too slow, or "falls off the tab," as it is known.
That one reared in the gate and lugged out badly down the lane: suggests that something got smacked in that interaction.
before scratches the top three contenders appear to be:6 Grand Yodeler 4 Desert Steel 9 Lost Bus Lots of "front end" here but that is typical of a baby field with no less than 6 "potential" front runners: 6 7 9 4 5 1 Also have to add the 10 (My Fiona) as a possibility underneath. In fields that are unbalanced, pace wise, almost anything can happen but 4 6 2 9 have come from the fastest paces of race to get here today
1 9 3 10 big exotic with a 70/1 horse second to an 8/1
The earliest important race in Doncaster's history was the Doncaster Gold Cup, first run over Cantley Common in 1766. St Leger was 1776.
Dr George Pratt, MIT, used to publish lots of work on energy transference between a horses leg strike and the amount of "give" versus "spring" the track would offer. Seemed like he was onto great things but never heard much about it after about 1978.
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