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El Capi impressive yes, Maccleans Music throws sprinter miler types the big unknown is his Tail female Family Colonial 2.(C2 )
Its been decades since I seen one of those and unknown, However The Bms Sire Flatter has War Admiral and La troienne up the middle
and in a good Placement.
Equibase awarded a E 91, light in my view with that hand ride.
I wasn't sure about Sierra's ride.....looking back, I think you're right; after passing Dornoch, he assumed he won, and somehow lost momentum. The track seemed tiring, so Dornoch was not expected to come back. Showed great heart.
Which of the two do you think is more Derby worthy? I expect them both to improve myself.....and yes, by far the most impressive Remsen in years. That race literally never produces Derby competitors, but I think it could be different this year.
BTW, Circa released their futures lines today.....and Dornoch is 35-1, Sierra is 50, and El Capi is 75.....
the finish was Intense for 2 year olds ,thats the word I was looking for
Intensity is the quality of being felt strongly or having a very strong effect, the strength of something that can be measured such as light, sound, etc., or the quality of being very serious and having
I completely agree....no doubt they will be given time off. It seemed to be more intense for Dornoch than Sierra, as Sierra either lost focus, or was inattentively ridden. Thinking more upside there, better price too.
Any UTR that you think should be under consideration from your list at this early point.....for an attractive price? I can report back the price on Circa....
I thought Drum Roll Please ran a sneaky good race considering he was wide throughout.
I think the Winner forwardly placed raced in the inside Bias after watching a few more replays
and he showed Heart and came back to win ,saying that I like Sierra better from my eye test and
researched the splits Sierra was 13 ,12 lengths behind and came real wide and got the lead at a mile by the chart
on the wrong lead, lugged in and I noticed when he passed Drum Roll Please who tried hard on the outside
Missing the inside bias and stuck out their longer than Sierra, we will have to see how the entrants from the race do
in their next races to get a Idea how good this race matches up with other Point races,
Coolmore paid Big Bucks for this horse and gave him to Brown instead of Obrien might mean something.
anyway real early I have 2 horses penciled in for the Derby Sierra Leone and Nash.
And Fierceness opened at 12, moved up to 13 now...
thanks ! Heres More.
|The Wine Steward
|Air of Defiance
Saturday was a good day to get reliable speed figures. Just about every race the speed won with a closer passing the rest of the field for place late. The Cigar finished 4 seconds faster than the Remsen comparing each race with 12 second furlongs measuring stick. 2 year old fillies finished a second slower at the same distance as the Remsen. The Beyer was a 91 which I think is a reliable figure both to the eye and just by watching the race; it was slow. It’s a low figure for allowance horses. Unless both winner and place horse improve and develop I don’t see either one of them making the derby field from what I saw Saturday. I definitely wouldn’t suggest a future wager on either one. They’re both very green.