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CD workouts   Triple Crown

Started Apr-22 by princeofdoc; 4316 views.
Wintertrian

From: Wintertrian

Apr-30

DogsUpWired said...

He's run on multiple surfaces so if it comes up wet or molten lava, we're ready 
(praises owner and adds owner's wife's or husband's name, cat and dog) 

Too funny!  But pretty much so true, so true. 

princeofdoc

From: princeofdoc

Apr-30

I posted earlier in the winter that Baffert horses were going off at continued low prices and faring poorly.  Way more so than in previous years, so your point well-taken.  Makes one wonder how Messier and Taiba will do....though he does seem to get at least a couple of excellent ones too, so they may perform well.

Doppelganger will most likely go off in the Pat Day Mile, along with Newgrange, so we'll see how they've matured.  I expect Doppel to hit the board, perhaps win, though Jack Christopher will most likely go off favored....looking forward to seeing his return.

GamblingMel

From: GamblingMel

Apr-30

Very close, Dogs!  I was born in Detroit, have jazz cat relatives in Chicago, and am still living in LA.    I'm with you regarding Mo.   Completely on the fence where Taiba is concerned especially in light of a lackluster work at Santa Anita I caught on YouTube.  Maybe he'll perk up this week in Kentucky!

DogsUpWired

From: DogsUpWired

Apr-30

That's it. We were talking about...Jazz ruined my life.

ShaddyisBack

From: ShaddyisBack

Apr-30

Outside of poor post positions I feel like I am set... Too soon I know, just looks like this year there is less info available online early...  It is difficult to find last years past performances outside of Scrib.. Just crazy how everything is about $

One thing of note, Charge it looks GREAT... I think he has moved up and who knows. Only wish he had a top jockey

Wintertrian

From: Wintertrian

May-2

ShaddyisBack said...

Outside of poor post positions I feel like I am set... Too soon I know, just looks like this year there is less info available online early...  It is difficult to find last years past performances outside of Scrib.. Just crazy how everything is about $

One thing of note, Charge it looks GREAT... I think he has moved up and who knows. Only wish he had a top jockey

You're all set?    This is that time of year when I realize:  I KNOW NOTHING!    Capping this race is a very humbling exercise.  

Charge It is like one of those back-alley street fighters.  I don't know anything about his jockey, isn't Saez good for Churchill?  

P.S. when I told that he was hard to handle (you go home tired after dealing with him all day) and reportedly "randy" I'm not sure if Dogs understood what randy meant?   It means like Lani, just not as obvious about it.  Ya get me?   LOL 

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Wintertrian

From: Wintertrian

May-3

I have in my notes that horses who don't work at CD either win or don't hit the board.  The ones who work at CD comprise the superfecta about 25% of the time.   That seems to be somewhat true. 

DogsUpWired

From: DogsUpWired

May-3

Gotcha oh Queen of the Mile!

Lani was one rare horse where we knew from the connections he was a head case.

So if now a horse loves the Belmont course surface; that makes it a Sandy.

Great off spring of Candy ride; a Candy

Ah WTH

Horse that is always DNF and pulls up a Vandy

pianot

From: pianot

May-3

Gotcha oh Queen of the Mile!

Thats a classic!

Oldbettowin

From: Oldbettowin

May-3

I think with War Emblem it was called a Dandy.

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