Street Sense progeny won two G1s this year. WEIRD, I WONDER WHY HE’S SUDDENLY COMING BACK TO THE U.S.!
New favorite racehorse name: Ghost is Clear.
For those who read/liked/reblogged my ADOPT THIS HORSE!?!!!! post on Carcava’s Hunt from about a week ago, she has also been removed from CANTER New England’s listings after being there for almost a year. I hope she has a good home, but I’ll try to find out more about where she went, just for the sake of knowing.
After seeing him in person, Dunkin Bend is a serious colt to watch. Maybe not for the Derby, but keep him in your sights.
Is the end near? Florida Stallion Stakes moves from Calder to Gulfstream for 2014. And by the end, I mean good racehorses coming out of Florida fit to race competitively at other tracks.
As a Massachusetts native and dweller, I swelled with pride when Sweet Maxine (2-1) won one for Westford-based Steeplechase Farm and Michael Gorham at Belmont Park.
Looks like Stonestreet is handling Samantha Nicole with silk gloves. The two-year-old full sister to Rachel Alexandra just had her first workout at the farm this week.
While 2-year-old million-dollar colt Mosler reminds me a lot of his fellow War Front brother Departing, I can’t bring myself to like him just yet. He just needs to fill out a bit more in the shoulder area. I do like me a War Front though…
Untapable looks just like Tapizar. Instant fan.
As much as I enjoyed knowing Dancing To Town won her race on Saturday, I’m iffy on the Kentucky Downs track as a whole. Pants On Fire just doesn’t strike me as a good horse.
With word of Royal Delta's planned string of boyfriends, it's more important than ever I make that September 28th meeting at Belmont happen with her!
Black Onyx, the upset winner of the Spiral Stakes (III) and the rail horse who scratched out of the Kentucky Derby, will resume light training in hopes of running in the Gulfstream spring meet.
I’m not convinced that the Iroquois Stakes (III) will play much into the Kentucky Derby. Not even that confident that anyone from that race will be in the gate. I am pretty sure, however, that next year’s Derby will be a very good one, which is a polar opposite vibe I had this time last year.
Tweet o’ the Week: Breeders’ Cup cutie