Past the Wire takes a look ahead at who might be going where in the future months leading up to the Breeders' Cup. Of course nothing is official, and this is horse racing so everything is subject to change in a flash. These are some of projections based on [...]
Rachel Alexandra: It's Been 10 Years By Mary Dixon Reynolds It is difficult to believe it has been ten years since the super filly, Rachel Alexandra took us all on the ride of a lifetime during her 2009 campaign which culminated in an Eclipse Award for Horse [...]
The aftermath of the 145th Kentucky Derby mirrors the quote "and the hits just keep on coming." The discussions on social media, radio shows, and even on the news, shows people including industry insiders and experienced horsemen, as well as bettors and fans as divided over the disqualification [...]
Haskell winner and one time Kentucky Derby hopeful Girvin has been retired. He fought issues on the Derby trail and I am surprised he stuck around in training this long. Read more about Girvin here....
Girvin took an exciting rendition of the Haskell beating Irish War Cry, McCracken, Practical Joke and others making the three year old division even murkier than before. If nothing else we have an inconsistent crop thus far. Read more about the Haskell here......
Girvin, said to be completely recovered from the hoof issues which plagued him during the Kentucky Derby trail will be ridden by Robbie Alborado in The Haskell at Monmouth on Sunday. He is expected to face the likes of grade 1 winner Practical Joke along with graded winners McCracken and Irish War Cry in [...]
Classic Empire, Cloud Computing, Always Dreaming and the other big boy three year olds are making their summer plans. With the division still wide open on paper, these decisions and the ensuing results will go a long way in establishing the champion three year old. If you want to just [...]