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If you can find out info where a list of voided claims are listed I would appreciate being able to look it up.
PS - don't forget to leave a bowl of cereal on your kitchen counter for the cat.
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Plenny of Henny was the first voided claim, which was voided for $10K... Spawr ran him back for $16K here he got claimed and it went through.
$20k claimers ARE sore, that's why they're running for $20k, that's as good as they can get out of them - if the crybabies want to return their purchase mebbe they should save their shekels and claim a more expensive model... you just can't make a Lexus out of a Hyundai no matter how many rules the CHRB writes...
You two couldnt possibly be more wrong. This rule guards against the scumbags who use many illegal drugs to mask the true pain of an innocent horse for their profit,either enhancing the chances to win,or MASKING THE OBVIOUS PAIN AND UNSOUNDNESS.Racing jurisdictions cant keep up with all the new wonderdrugs coming out of Northern Californian or Southern florida labs.So,they get these cheaters this way.GOD BLESS EM!!!
Btw- If either of you guys shelled out 40K for a new car,and that car was a lemon that couldnt run,you would sue the dealer in a New York minute.Not only should the claim be voided,but said trainer should get a year ban.Then guys like O'neill,Peter Miller and their ilk would go the way of Taco Gonzalez,and we'd never hear from them again.
For a horse placed on the veterinarian’s list for being lame Wednesday at Del Mar, Royal Meridian looked like a picture of horse flesh health after getting a new set of shoes from blacksmith Jim Jimenez in Doug O’Neill’s barn on Saturday. Claimed three days earlier in the seventh race on opening day by trainer Peter Miller from trainer Mike Puype, Royal Meridian, a 6-year-old gelding, was taken from Miller shortly after the race by the racing stewards and returned to Puype’s barn under California’s new claiming rule.
When Pablo Suarez heard that Royal Meridian was still available, he jumped at the chance to buy the son of Street Cry. Two of Royal Meridian’s three wins from nine starts were right here at Del Mar last summer. Del Mar is such a “horses for courses” track that Suarez bought him from Puype and owner Arnold Zetcher and plans to race him right back at Del Mar. He placed him in O’Neill’s barn.
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