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This should go off U.S time somewhere around 9 EST on Sunday
ANyone know if any online site will carry? Twinspires, etc. ?
Interview w/John Gosden, excellent
I dont' think either had that race last year
you could bet on it then they cut away or something.....
Heh, don't use TVG. It was one of the main reasons I got rid of my cable once HRTV went away.
I can't bear to watch it, listen to it, etc.
At any rate, she's up against best in the world, and giving some weight, I hope she can pull this off, but it won't be easy.
That Fabre horse looks formidable....has raced in 6 different countries. Kinda like Kiseki except for rider but I need a good longshot..., and the JC rouget horses look interesting as well.
History shows the most wins are by 3 year olds.....next 4 year olds. Only 7 have won at age 5.
I hope and expect Enable will win this.The ground may be a little soft for Waldgeist but he always puts in a good effort.I prefer Magical over Japan.I am just not a fan of Ryan Moore.TVG are doing a money back special so I decided to use Ngano Gold.He has been keeping some good company so I will take a shot.At the end of the day I’m rooting for Gosden,Dettori and Enable
BTW, one of my favorites -Hartnell- finished 3rd in his 32nd GR1 on Saturday.I think that was his 56th start.
Great race.Looked like Enable hit the front a little soon but full credit to Waldgeist.It would be interesting to see if he comes over for the Breeders Cup as he would probably get firmer ground.
Wintertrian said...That Fabre horse looks formidable....has raced in 6 different countries
I'm so sad, having the winner did nothing to soothe my heart.
Trainer said he was working lights out, I just had a feeling about him, monster.
Never used any cable horse networks. All other availabilities are quite civilized.
Not a customer myself but if anybody asks me what the best way is to get live racing feeds at home I say the answer is clear: RTN.
As long as you have Internet you can stream it to your computer, tablet, phone, or to a "smart TV". Don't need cable or satellite.