Type: Posts; User: WhiteCamry
I reiterate: Impressive!
Aside from Busher, whom did War Admiral produce?
So pedigreequery tells us, that was either Shauna or Sir Z.
What's his pedigree?
Really? Which horses did you ride, and when?
From what I recall reading, on her deathbed Lisa told Tim to look for her since she'd come back as a horse.
Ya think maybe ... ?
I quite agree. Four G1 wins in one year should get an automatic nod.
Then there was Big Tits.
That's what I like about European STB racing: they vary their distances.
19 horses going a mile and a half. Imagine that in North America!:rolleyes:
Assuming this hasn't already been posted, here's a New York Times article by Susanna Forrest recalling two horses in her life.
And Hollywood Park (remember that?)
He's more than earned it.
How is racing so different overseas?
I witnessed three Woodwards:
2007: I almost laughed watching Lawyer Ron take it in a tap dance.
2008: Once Curlin hit the afterburners on the far turn it was predictable (though I though he...
It's a shame that North American racing doesn't have graded stakes races longer than 12f (not counting the 'chases.) On every other continent there's a least one 2-mile race every week.
The Racing Post has his complete record.
Maybe he should bet to place instead of win?
Highly informative. Thanks.
How or why so, if I may trouble to ask this late in the game?
Betcha didn't know that Commissioner's 10f split in the Belmont was 2:02.43. That puts him six lengths ahead of California Chrome's 2:03.66 for the Derby.