Izvestia wrote:I am a huge fan of Shaman Ghost, but I'd think the Met Mile was too short and (possibly) too quick for him. He is best at a mile and a quarter, why mess with that?
Starine wrote:Lord Simba followed up his 8-length maiden win with a victory in the Los Angeles (gr. III). I think Baffert's found his next big sprinter.
Diver52 wrote:Starine wrote:Lord Simba followed up his 8-length maiden win with a victory in the Los Angeles (gr. III). I think Baffert's found his next big sprinter.
I suspect he'd rather find Drefong.
Next Saturday’s Grade 2, $250,000 Elkorn Stakes at Keeneland will be absent last year’s winner, Da Big Hoss, who came out of a work earlier this month with an ankle injury that will keep him out of action until at least this fall.
“He is going to need two months of rest,” trainer Mike Maker said Saturday from his base at the Churchill Downs Trackside facility.
Da Big Hoss, sharply claimed for $50,000 in June 2015, won five stakes in seven starts last year, four of which were graded, and made more than $968,000. He hasn’t started since an 11th-place finish in the Breeders’ Cup Turf at Santa Anita on Nov. 5.
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