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I’ve certainly never had any thoughts of malice towards the horse. I just have come to the conclusion that he doesn’t have a discernible turn of foot. Does he need that to win a G1? No but it does mean tinkering needs to be done. I trust Mott if he thought that bad luck was the root cause of Tacitu...
- Fri Aug 16, 2019 9:24 pm
- Forum: Racing
- Topic: The 'Runs Like a Girl' thread
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I’m looking forward to the Alabama - Dunbar Road was my longshot pick in the Oaks but she didn’t make it in. I think her and Guarana are the two top fillies in this division (sorry Serengeti Empress).
B & M, imo, is the leading candidate for HOY... and I know lots of people will disagree... but 4 dominating G1 wins, and I would say it’s going to take a damn good horse to beat him (if he gets beat) in the BC Turf. The horse reminds me of his sire - tough, talented and competitive.
I just cannot get behind a horse who comes from a sire line of big, slower maturers and with a grandsire with zig-zag legs... who runs THAT fast. How long is he going to be around???
Mr. Money won the Indiana Derby. He’s a running freak, and he’s become my favourite 3-year-old colt. He won the WV Derby (G3) today by 6 lengths. He may not be the best 3yo colt, but he’s become the most consistent. He is fantastic! They have done a great job of managing him. I will be rooting for ...
Tiz A Slam dominated the Nijinsky (G2) today at Woodbine. I would love to see this guy win Canadian HOY! He is a great example of a sound, hard knocking competitor who has maintained his class for years.