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If the Breeders Cup Marathon ever comes back we should get a "Go Fund Me" to supplement Dogs for the race....LOL
Yep. I'm a player. If in a two (2) horse match race a bet could be made for Place.
Going with the math and feel of a Derby owner connection not likely to win two Kentucky Derbys.
Last was Nyquist / I'll Have Another.
Bark as I may, arf! arf!, last year I talked up to Post Time at OTB that undefeated Maximum Security would get crunchy when horses near him. Dogs feels a double down/All In that this year's leading point holder and probable ML and Post Time fav Tiz the Law will comport to opposing runners.
Tiz the Law work
40 days to Derby. I'll come back to this interview.
39 days til 146th Kentucky Derby. And by the way:
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Now that's a long furlongs trip! Splits measured in 280 days.
The Tiz the Law workout says (audibly/the interview-Says A lot. (d)
38 days to Derby and still a number of in the bottom 20 might get knocked off the shelf on the point roster.
OK...Dogs posted the TizTLaw video twice above.
T w I c e.
37 days til Derby. Get a little serious at 30 days out and very all in about 15 days out.
OK. Trainer Barclay Tagg in the video (above) is asked to rate the workout of Tiz the Law. He responds. Then starts talking about his competitor trainer and how much faster his steads would work. He names Bob Baffert.