Curlin Foals

Curlin Foals

Postby Barbaro06 » Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:29 pm

Well, lets get this thread restarted with a winner today.

Fanfare (2010 f. o/o Magical Ride) broke her maiden in the 4th at Churchill today by 4 1/2 lengths

I also saw this article that says Palace Malice is heading to the Jockey Club Gold Cup
http://www.aikenstandard.com/article/20 ... st-to-date
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Re: Curlin Foals

Postby BornToWin » Wed Sep 18, 2013 3:18 pm

Handsome Curlin son available through New Vocations.

"...Pleasant Dixie ’10 is an unnamed 3yr old son of Curlin whom we have nicknamed “Moe”. He stands 16.2h tall now, but looks like he will grow a bit more. Moe is big boned and balanced. He is a very kind, gentle boy and is a beta in his turnout group. He stands nicely for mane pulling and clipping.

Moe is level-headed and straightforward to ride. You can sometimes forget that he is green. He is on the lazy side, but also not very fit. Moe has the athletic potential for any endeavor and does not have any limitations. He would be a good fit for intermediate through advanced riders looking to bring a baby along..."
http://www.horseadoption.com/horseprofiles/pleasant-dixie-10/
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Re: Curlin Foals

Postby Ballerina » Wed Sep 18, 2013 3:27 pm

Barbaro06 wrote:Well, lets get this thread restarted with a winner today.

Fanfare (2010 f. o/o Magical Ride) broke her maiden in the 4th at Churchill today by 4 1/2 lengths



Good to hear. She tired in the 5-1/2 furlong at Saratoga a month ago. Was disappointing to watch. She had been knocking at the door at most of her other races. Happy to hear she finally found her mojo
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Re: Curlin Foals

Postby ChampionCurlin » Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:06 pm

BornToWin wrote:Handsome Curlin son available through New Vocations.

"...Pleasant Dixie ’10 is an unnamed 3yr old son of Curlin whom we have nicknamed “Moe”. He stands 16.2h tall now, but looks like he will grow a bit more. Moe is big boned and balanced. He is a very kind, gentle boy and is a beta in his turnout group. He stands nicely for mane pulling and clipping.

Moe is level-headed and straightforward to ride. You can sometimes forget that he is green. He is on the lazy side, but also not very fit. Moe has the athletic potential for any endeavor and does not have any limitations. He would be a good fit for intermediate through advanced riders looking to bring a baby along..."
http://www.horseadoption.com/horseprofiles/pleasant-dixie-10/


I'd given up that this guy would ever be named. Looks like I was right. I was just hoping he'd resurface somewhere. I was really looking forward to him racing. His mom is a pretty good producer. Thanks for posting this. He is quite handsome. 16.2 and STILL growing. If only.... :D
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Re: Curlin Foals

Postby Insane Crazy » Fri Sep 20, 2013 10:57 am

BornToWin wrote:Handsome Curlin son available through New Vocations.

"...Pleasant Dixie ’10 is an unnamed 3yr old son of Curlin whom we have nicknamed “Moe”. He stands 16.2h tall now, but looks like he will grow a bit more. Moe is big boned and balanced. He is a very kind, gentle boy and is a beta in his turnout group. He stands nicely for mane pulling and clipping.

Moe is level-headed and straightforward to ride. You can sometimes forget that he is green. He is on the lazy side, but also not very fit. Moe has the athletic potential for any endeavor and does not have any limitations. He would be a good fit for intermediate through advanced riders looking to bring a baby along..."
http://www.horseadoption.com/horseprofiles/pleasant-dixie-10/


If I had the money, you betcha this kid would be in my pasture in the blink of an eye. Not just because he's a Curlin son, check out that trot! He's a good looking boy and the Curlin link doesn't hurt. Ugh, I love him! I know they'll find him an excellent home.
Not a wholesome trottin' race, no, but a race where they sit down right on the horse!
Like to see some stuck-up jockey boy sittin' on Dan Patch? Make your blood boil? Well, I should say!
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Re: Curlin Foals

Postby WarBiscuit » Fri Sep 20, 2013 6:04 pm

3yo filly, Ol Donyo, won the $100,000 Zaftig Stakes at Belmont today with a nice stretch run...


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Re: Curlin Foals

Postby Barbaro06 » Fri Sep 20, 2013 7:42 pm

WarBiscuit wrote:3yo filly, Ol Donyo, won the $100,000 Zaftig Stakes at Belmont today with a nice stretch run...


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Flash Forward stumbled at the start then was drifted pretty wide around the far turn but still ran a good second. A nice race for Curlin.
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Re: Curlin Foals

Postby peeptoad » Wed Sep 25, 2013 11:10 am

Evolutionary, Curlin's first foal to start (June 2012) will make another appearance in the 3rd at Remington tomorrow... good luck girl!
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Re: Curlin Foals

Postby ChampionCurlin » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:13 am

Lord of the Realm (o/o SW Danceroftherealm) broke his maiden at Woodbine on Wednesday by 1 1/4 lengths.
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Re: Curlin Foals

Postby ChampionCurlin » Fri Sep 27, 2013 5:57 pm

Newly named:

Case's Ticket - '11 c. o/o Feels Like Friday - 1/2 to Happy Ticket
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