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bigcountry said: Not Norm. Might be Forensic.

Double-checking it now, you’re probably right. The head is pretty close to Norumbega, but the horse is missing certain spots of coloring not to mention other components. Thought I had a real simple ID on my hands, but no… not even with a gray horse.

I’m trying to find out for sure if it’s Forensic, but Equibase isn’t showing me anything that she breezed at Belmont that day (and this one was certainly breezing, not galloping). I know this gray went out with Cloture, who does show up on Equibase for September 27, but nothing past that. Someday maybe I’ll be one of those lucky people with a setlist of everyone coming out.

Norumbega Onus breezing at Belmont Park

The blue-blooded chestnut beauty Scam

The blue-blooded chestnut beauty Scam

Norumbega

Norumbega

Mr Speaker

Mr Speaker

First positive ID of the meet: Mr Speaker on the Oklahoma training track

Mystery morning hour horse time! Here’s a Phipps horse who went out for a gallop, looking very happy to be out on the track!

Edit: Thanks for the ID, Bigcountry. This is Cloture.

Classic American pedigree triumphs the Euro invaders! Mr Speaker and Jose Lezcano head to the winners’ circle after the Belmont Derby (I).

Classic American pedigree triumphs the Euro invaders! Mr Speaker and Jose Lezcano head to the winners’ circle after the Belmont Derby (I).

Norumbega

Norumbega

Norumbega (#8) breaks well from the gate before going on to win the Brooklyn Handicap (II).

Norumbega (#8) breaks well from the gate before going on to win the Brooklyn Handicap (II).

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