Reallyquiet wrote:Thanks for the Beyer number. He could be a freak...
Th part that excites me so much,and something Ive truly never seen like this before,is that incredible quickness right out of the gate.20 jumps and hes 5 in front.I would love to see him vs the fastest quarterhorse in the world.Better yet,those 330 yard races they run.I really think if they wanted to,this horse could break 20 flat for an opening 1/4.[/quote]
was a gelding named Olympic Prospect trained by Sadler who was the fastest out of the gate that i remember.
OP was set to meet 870 yd specialist quarterhorse Griswold but OP was injured
Valiant Pete trained by Sadler took OPs place and ended up defeating the world champion Griswold.http://articles.latimes.com/1991-04-21/ ... anta-anita
Despite being a half-length behind after the break, Valiant Pete stayed in close contact outside the 5-year-old Merridoc gelding, then won a stretch battle by a neck in 44 1/5 seconds for the four furlongs. His time equaled the world record for the distance.