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IMPROBABLE this years KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER baring an INJURIES!!! Dont get SUCKERED into BETTING INSTAGRAD he is this years SKI-MASK HORSE he will be STEALING everyone's $$$!!!
Expecting a big work from this guy in the next two or three days, if he's running March 9th then he has two works left and usually the big one will not be the last one. So I would expect they would tighten the screws a bit, probably Saturday which would make it 2 weeks before the San Felipe. Then a maintenance work a week later.
Is entered for Feb. 22nd, 5 th at Gulfstream
102 Beyer for his win yesterday.
They must have sprinkled magic dust on this years crop of 3 year olds. Every time you turn around a new horse is running a fantastic race and showing exceptional talent. It does make handicapping interesting to say the least. Once every so many years you get a crop this talented. Good luck and happy handicapping to all.
  • travel_vic · Yes it is surprising how quickly some of then "find themselves" all of a sudden....CAN they keep that improvement up however? · 2 hours ago
  • travel_vic · A lot of the front end is a carry over of form that aided many of these to two year old form... · 2 hours ago
WINNER!!! Phipps Stable's 4-year-old colt FAST TALKING (Flatter—Puzzling, by Ghostzapper) was victorious today in Gulfstream Park race 4 with jockey Jose L. Ortiz riding. He won by two lengths with an impressive time of 1:09.4 going six furlongs on the dirt. REPLAY: http://bit.ly/gulfstream022119r4. #blackandcherryinfront #negroycerezoenfrente GET SOCIAL WITH PHIPPS STABLE FAN: Official fan page of Phipps Stable, a fourth-generation Thoroughbred barn. Breeding to race and racing to win. @PhippsStableFan | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube
Watch out for this one.
Hope they loss at turfway was a throw out
WILL PHIPPS STABLE’S FAST TALKING BE FAST RUNNING TODAY? (#3, Gulfstream R4, $50k MSW, 6f dirt, 2:05 pm ET) — Phipps Stable’s 4-year-old colt FAST TALKING is making his second career start today and looks to be primed for some fast running. He's shown positive signs in training this winter for Shug McGaughey in Florida at Payson Park Thoroughbred Training Center. He put in a bullet workout breezing 4 furlongs on dirt in 48.80 seconds (1/34) on Saturday. He finished seventh in his only career start, which was on March 17 last year in a $50,000 maiden special weight at Gulfstream with jockey Edgar Zayas. Fast Talking picks up jockey Jose L. Ortiz for his start today. Fast Talking’s impressive pedigree is full of accomplished Phipps winners, including grade I stakes winners DANCING FOREVER, SEEKING THE GOLD, OH WHAT A WINDFALL, and Hall of Famer HEAVENLY PRIZE. # # # # GET SOCIAL WITH PHIPPS STABLE FAN: Official fan page of Phipps Stable, a fourth-generation Thoroughbred barn. Breeding to race and racing to win. @PhippsStableFan | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube
What's next for CHASE THE GHOST
Wonder when is the next start for CHASE THE GHOST
CAN PHIPPS & JANNEY'S CRIME LAB SOLVE ANOTHER MYSTERY TODAY? (#8, Gulfstream R1, $32k MCL, 1 1/16 mi. turf, 8/1 ML, 12:35 pm ET) — After not racing as a four-year-old in 2018, Phipps Stable & Stuart Janney’s 5-year-old horse CRIME LAB is already making his third start of 2019 at Gulfstream Park with jockey Brian Hernandez riding. Crime Lab ended his layoff by finishing eighth in a maiden claiming race on January 11 (replay at http://bit.ly/GP011119r10). Despite coming out of the gate well and showing promise by dueled on the pace through the final turn, he didn’t have any gas left after these efforts and weakened in the final furlong to finish 6¾ lengths behind the winner. He moved forward his next time out to cross the wire in fourth place on January 23 (replay at http://bit.ly/GP012319r4). He stalked the pace on the rail in fourth place before traffic forced him to move outside for the final furlong where he finished 2¾ lengths behind the winner. After only three starts in 2017 and not racing in 2018, this determined horse has earned his way back to the starting gate to finish on the board for trainer Shug McGaughey. Let’s hope he can solve another mystery today and find his way into the winners circle. Crime Lab’s is a half brother of Phipps & Janney’s multiple graded stakes winner INSPECTOR LYNLEY who won the G3 Tampa Bay Stakes on February 9. Could his brother's win be an indicator of things to come from this homebred’s family today? Their mother CRIMINOLOGIST was a Phipps & Janney-bred victor of four grade III stakes. To Crime Lab's immediate inside post will be the 5/2 morning line favorite KING ORB (#7), a four-year-old Claiborne-bred son of Orb. Trained by Linda Rice and ridden by Irad Ortiz, King Orb finished second last time out in Crime Lab’s January 23 Gulfstream start. GET SOCIAL WITH PHIPPS STABLE FAN: Official fan page of Phipps Stable, a fourth-generation Thoroughbred barn. Breeding to race and racing to win. @PhippsStableFan | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube
Kiaran McLaughlin has a runner 👀
I just wanna say HAPPY BIRTHDAY WAR EMBLEM!!!! 20 years old!
if this is the field it will be the best prep race period, in a loooong time.
The Kentucky Derby before the Kentucky Derby LOL
I’ll pass on WOW He has done everything right but staying in Louisiana is a mistake He is the best of a weak group at the fairgrounds
  • deano · Not on the bandwagon yet either, but what I do like about him is his versatility and he doesn't mind running wide. That would bode well for the Derby. · 12 hours ago
Incredible work today
If they all show...it will be the best of the prep races so far!
Per Laura Stitch, horse writer extraordinaire, the sire primarily determines surface and distance with class inherited from the dam. Of course she's not dogmatic on the subject and War of Will tracing to Sir Ivor, Northern Dancer, Riverman and Sadler's Wells on the bottom screams turf champion.
  • travel_vic · First there are no APTITUDINAL genes, only structural, for the production of enzymes, hematological proteins, etc etc...Cistrons are specific for the production of PROTEINS not conditioned actions...which are made up form a mixture of instinct and conditioning and are NOT inherent to the individual at all. Show us ANY evidence whatsoever that ANY gene loci can directly be accountable for anything as complex as variations in mannerisms in the newborn. Think of what we MIGHT be able to understand IF that were in remotely true. .. It can get as ridiculous as this contention as one could then "selectively breed" pianists, baseball players or erudite professors by JUST knowing then getting through meiosis (IF it made to that sperm or ova) and then is it turned ON or not in humans. Even IF we knew what genes were responsible for these actions, HOW in the devil with re-mixing a meiosis could you even GUESS which of them would survive re-mixing..with 64 chromosomes that means any ONE gamete would have 1 in 2 to the 32nd power of a specific being IN the particular sperm or ova that accounts for the individual. Then another layer of complexity: is the operator gene turning ON or off the cistrons expression via the many cues that epigenetics study tells us that control expression and therefore protein synthesis at any one time.. I read this FICTION over and over and it is not substantiated by a bit of real scientific evidence..Does NO ONE understand the deep complexity of just the inheritance of a simple thing? or are you that gullible?? · 20 hours ago

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