Smarty Jones' Kids

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Ioya Two
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Fri Sep 20, 2013 5:00 pm

CJ's dam is out of the G1 winning Key Phrase. She's a full sister to Zing, dam of Half Ours, et al..

Nicely bred Smarty. Too bad he's a gelding. He's talented, and would've made a nice regional sire. I want to see where he pops up next :)
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Fri Sep 20, 2013 5:21 pm

Happy Endings wrote:Francois just won "smartly" at Arlington. 6 or 7 lengths, I'd say.
8 1/2 lengths! And Superstardom eked out a win at Indiana Downs. And dear old Run Smart One snatched himself a 3rd-place finish at Calder.
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Sat Sep 21, 2013 7:57 am

Klipit worked 3f MT ft in :36.40 B (4/13) at AP, 09/20/13.

Indian Jones worked 4f MT ft in :48.60 B (2/16) at PRX, 09/20/13.
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Sat Sep 21, 2013 12:45 pm

Res Judicata scratched from the Gallant Bob at Parx (horrible post position); presumably will run tonight in the Researcher at Charles Town.
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Sat Sep 21, 2013 1:46 pm

Concealed Identity scratched from his stakes at Laurel. And Indian Jones did not make the field.
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Sat Sep 21, 2013 10:02 pm

Ugh. Terrible trip for Res Judicata. He was in good shape early, but almost slid around the turn on a very sloppy track. Got a bit trapped, then had to steady as a horse falling back through the field ended up in front of him. Think he threw in the towel at that point.
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Sat Sep 21, 2013 10:35 pm

second_glance wrote:Ugh. Terrible trip for Res Judicata. He was in good shape early, but almost slid around the turn on a very sloppy track. Got a bit trapped, then had to steady as a horse falling back through the field ended up in front of him. Think he threw in the towel at that point.
That horse that caused him to steady was Whiskey Romeo, the other horse I was rooting for (he's in my virtual stable), and he is the only horse that finished behind Res Judicata. I hope both horses come out of it okay!
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Sat Sep 21, 2013 11:29 pm

Nice recent photo of Smarty down Uruguay way. Personally, I think he's matured into a good-looking horse (love the color of his hair).

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second_glance wrote:Nice recent photo of Smarty down Uruguay way. Personally, I think he's matured into a good-looking horse (love the color of his hair).

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Hate that HE is not in the US....
May they run with the WIND
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second_glance wrote:Nice recent photo of Smarty down Uruguay way. Personally, I think he's matured into a good-looking horse (love the color of his hair).

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you are so right-he is simply gorgeous!!!!!! a true champion-and looks really content!!!! thanks for posting
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Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:52 am

Centralinteligence worked 6f MT ft in 1:13.00 H (4/19) at BHP, 09/22/13.

Smarty's Echo worked 5f MT ft in 1:01.80 B (14/29) at AP, 09/22/13.
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Tue Sep 24, 2013 7:49 pm

Hey everyone :) Glad the board is back.

I don't plan on posting much, but am trying to respond to a PM and it's not letting me I guess because of 'not participating' enough', so I'm hoping a post or two will do the trick.

I do have some info. Saw in the TDN that Bersagliere won in Japan at Hanshin. Don't know any details other than it was 9 furlongs.
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heather wrote:Hey everyone :) Glad the board is back.

I don't plan on posting much, but am trying to respond to a PM and it's not letting me I guess because of 'not participating' enough', so I'm hoping a post or two will do the trick.

I do have some info. Saw in the TDN that Bersagliere won in Japan at Hanshin. Don't know any details other than it was 9 furlongs.

Thanks Heather for the information on Bersagliere!!!!
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Still not letting me PM :(

So... I will try one or two more posts.


Uruguay champion 2 and 3 year old filly Lady Fund by Fund of Funds has been retired and will be bred to Smarty (translated version).
Lady Fund, the undisputed best filly of the generation born in the 2009 season, not compete anymore. Because the tear was only that I had removed from the tracks for much of this year, its owner, Raul Cazalas, decided to remove it, to an extent, no doubt, correct.

Displaying a rare versatility, Decisive maternal granddaughter came second in his first two presentations about 750 meters and then won in races that were from a thousand to two thousand meters. Defending the stud The cake won two Group One: the selection and Polla, the Criterium (G2) and the classic Thirty-Three Orientals and John Amoroso.

"It was the best mare I trained" Ramon Peralta said when asked about the chestnut concept. "She was generous to all and very easy to care for," said the composer.

In the next few weeks will be served by Smarty Jones and so will begin his time as breeding, which, surely, will continue to talk about.

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http://www.ovaciondigital.com.uy/turf/t ... evage.html
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Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:07 pm

WOW!!! that is very exciting. Our guy gets the best. Thanks Heather
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Tue Sep 24, 2013 9:01 pm

Stick around, Heather! Please??
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Tue Sep 24, 2013 11:03 pm

5yo Elusive Male got his second lifetime win tonight at Mountaineer. Had a good late kick tonight to win by 2.
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Tue Sep 24, 2013 11:21 pm

second_glance wrote:5yo Elusive Male got his second lifetime win tonight at Mountaineer. Had a good late kick tonight to win by 2.
great race, looked like he had to overcome some pushing-great kick---good for Elusive Male
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Fri Sep 27, 2013 7:13 am

Indian Jones finished 2nd and Concealed Identity finished 4th at Laurel Park on Thursday, September 26th, 2013 in Race 8.

Queenlike finished 6th at at Remington Park on Thursday, September 26th, 2013 in Race 3
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