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Started 6/7/22 by pianot; 7250 views.
RAESFAN

From: RAESFAN

6/11/22

"But Also if you like both mo don and nest, why would you have to decide between them?  In that BEL that Creator won, didn't pletcher have 1-3 horses, one ran 2nd, one ran 4th------it could have been 1st and 3rd, you just don't know.  There is no reason not to use 2 Pletchers is there?  Heck how to know they won't even run 1-2? "

Winter on point, once again!

sovereign1

From: sovereign1

6/11/22

Alphabetically of course!

  • Mo Donegal
  • Nest
  • One-two
  • Pletcher
In reply toRe: msg 97
Wintertrian

From: Wintertrian

6/11/22

I didn't end up wagering the race.  I had my conditional wager all ready to go.  Then I saw the low odds, found out Andy Serling had Creative Minister, (kiss of death for me cuz I can't stand that guy) and then saw Rich Strike acting out in the post parade, and then saw how good Barber Road looked.........and realized I would have to re-do my entire wager and didn't really have time to do that.   So I just passed the race. 

Sometimes you just get too many signals that you're not supposed to do something. 

 

sovereign1

From: sovereign1

6/11/22

Fate was on your side. Like the priest near Gray's Papaya always told me: "There are signs everywhere."

twoshots

From: twoshots

6/12/22

Mo D and Nest are the only two from this race to race both lasix-free and bute-free in all of their races. Coincidence or not, they were much the best two yesterday.

sovereign1

From: sovereign1

6/12/22

twoshots said:

Mo D and Nest are the only two from this race to race both lasix-free and bute-free in all of their races. Coincidence or not, they were much the best two yesterday.

Rich Strike and Barber Road were the other two lifetime Lasix-free/Bute-free runners. That small 'b' is for blinkers. relaxed 

twoshots

From: twoshots

6/12/22

Ah thanks Sov. M/E is for medication/equipment, then.

In reply toRe: msg 103
Wintertrian

From: Wintertrian

6/12/22

Rich Strike is a gazer, he has to look all around, he was even looking at the crowd WHILE he was running.  He needs earplugs and anything else that will cut back on sensory perception (which I also hate suggesting, ala Kerry Thomas type advice because I like horses to be able to sense what is going on around them, but maybe not all racehorses can "handle" that. )  .  And, he tried to bite the pony.....again!    Hate to suggest this, but may be one that needs gelded?  There WAS a filly in the race, and he seemed very worked up, not sure it if was that, the crowd, who knows.  

pianot

From: pianot

6/12/22

I doubt they geld a KD winner.

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