And not had a clueless teenager answer questions about what's up with Calumet.
I have to agree its odd that Erin Kelley would've been so awkward with her response. I'm sure hearts sank in Lexington as the billionaire daughter of the new owner of that revered farm has no idea what they'll do with it.
Actually having Brad there would've been a bit like seeing Howard Hughes after 1965 - very few pictures exist of the man ....
Calidoscopio in the Marathon, 9 yo from Argentina.
I thought I heard the comment from Randy Moss and/Jerry Bailey (of course these great nuggets are cited AFTER the win) - the horse has been carrying far more weight and over 9 of his races have been longer than 1 1/2 miles.
Essentially this race and the out come was well within his wheelhouse
Loved the last 2 races. Had Zagora. Have always been a fan of Royal Delta, but picked Awesome Feather - who had won 10 of 10, for the 2nd half of the double. She got stuck behind a wall of speedy horses, dropped back, and dawdled.
Royal Delta was amazing in her win, and was when I saw her at Saratoga, and watching her win the Beldame. She has amazing conformation. My Miss Aurelia really gave it a go as well. Another favorite. It was a tough race with so many lovely fillies!
Dr Bramlage said Questing had no apparent injury. But from the gate she didn't break on top, then Irad Ortiz didn't like how she was running, so pulled her up. Speculation after being examined by the vets before walking on the horse ambulance is that she tied up.
But he thought, "This procession has got to go on." So he walked more proudly than ever, as his noblemen held high the train that wasn't there at all. H.C.Anderson