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    An Alternate Triple Crown

    I'd always heard the Travers Stakes referred to as "the Summer Derby." With that in mind I wondered, if we switched out the Spring for the Summer race, who the winners of a Preakness-Belmont-Travers...
  2. Don't forget Australia's relative isolation. Now...

    Don't forget Australia's relative isolation. Now and then I'll catch a race or two when TVG carries a signal from Down Under but it's always at 1 o'Clock Friday or Saturday Night (U.S. East Coast...
  3. The majority of American steeplechase races are...

    The majority of American steeplechase races are on natural-landscape courses just as in Europe. But, of course, even these are run counterclockwise.
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    Three of the last five 2000 Guineas winners have...

    Three of the last five 2000 Guineas winners have come through the Galileo line:

    2011 Frankel (son)
    2013 Dawn Approach (g-son via 2008 placer New Approach)
    2015 Gleneagles (son)
  5. And at such short distances?

    And at such short distances?
  6. Thread: Feodor

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    If North American racing had graded stakes races...

    If North American racing had graded stakes races of two miles' distance as has any other continent with horseracing, then Feodor could be a stakes contender.

    If only his owners would consider...
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    I reiterate: Impressive! :):eek:

    I reiterate: Impressive!
    :):eek:
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    Impressive! :):eek:

    Impressive!
    :):eek:
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    Aside from Busher, whom did War Admiral produce?

    Aside from Busher, whom did War Admiral produce?
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    So pedigreequery...

    So pedigreequery tells us, that was either Shauna or Sir Z.
  11. What's his pedigree?

    What's his pedigree?
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    Really? Which horses did you ride, and when?

    Really? Which horses did you ride, and when?
  13. From what I recall reading, on her deathbed Lisa...

    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 ... ?
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    I quite agree. Four G1 wins in one year should...

    I quite agree. Four G1 wins in one year should get an automatic nod.
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    Then there was Big Tits...

    Then there was Big Tits.
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    :confused:
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    :uhoh:

    :uhoh:
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    That's what I like about European STB racing: ...

    That's what I like about European STB racing: they vary their distances.
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    19 horses going a mile and a half. Imagine that...

    19 horses going a mile and a half. Imagine that in North America!:rolleyes:
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    "Two Horses, One Language"

    Assuming this hasn't already been posted, here's a New York Times article by Susanna Forrest recalling two horses in her life.
  21. And Hollywood Park (remember that?)

    And Hollywood Park (remember that?)
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    He's more than earned it.

    He's more than earned it.
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    How is racing so different overseas?

    How is racing so different overseas?
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    I witnessed three Woodwards: 2007: I almost...

    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...
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    It's a shame that North American racing doesn't...

    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.
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