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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.
  8. 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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    The Racing Post...

    The Racing Post has his complete record.
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    Who won?

    Who won?
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    Maybe he should bet to place instead of win?

    Maybe he should bet to place instead of win?
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    Highly informative. Thanks.

    Highly informative. Thanks.
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    How or why so, if I may trouble to ask this late...

    How or why so, if I may trouble to ask this late in the game?
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    Betcha didn't know that Commissioner's 10f split...

    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.
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    The safety and health of that maiden and the...

    The safety and health of that maiden and the other horses - why keep running if he/she doesn't win? Also, a chronic maiden can do funny things to the odds.
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    Dang! Fergot about him.

    Dang! Fergot about him.
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    Once upon a time, the Metropolitan Handicap - aka...

    Once upon a time, the Metropolitan Handicap - aka the Met Mile - was run between the Preakness and the Belmont. At a mile for 3 year olds and up, it doubled as a Belmont prep race as well as an...
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    Speaking of which: Rags to Riches nosed Curlin...

    Speaking of which: Rags to Riches nosed Curlin out of the 2007 Belmont. It'd be a longshot - he hasn't won a stakes race yet - but if Ride On Curlin was to avenge his old man it be poetic as well...
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    Jimmy Stewart was just as skinny as Sinatra in...

    Jimmy Stewart was just as skinny as Sinatra in those days, and he flew B-24s in Europe.
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    Sometimes the dice roll a seven.

    Sometimes the dice roll a seven.
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    For perspective, the Derby Stakes in the U.K. -...

    For perspective, the Derby Stakes in the U.K. - the "Darby," as they pronounce it - is a mile and a half. It's the middle jewel of their Triple Crown, run some about the same week as the Belmont,...
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