PeteMo wrote:this is shaping up to be a very nice group
find your take positive and refreshing.
seems year after year i read what a bad crop of 3 yr olds it is.
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The 2013 Derby winner has NOT even had his Derby prep yet. That will come in three weeks. The Derby will be his 3rd lifetime start, which will become the norm now that horses race 4 times a year on average.
Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.
Avatar: My cuzin Isaac Murphy - a jock I'm tying to emulate in character and winning percentage - almost 47% lifetime.
Lol. Pletcher ALWAYS has good crops at Gulfstream because he keeps his horses at the unregulated Palm Beach training center under the watchful eye of "sports nutritionist"(lol) guru Dr Steven Allday.Then,when these horses head north,they either get injured(Quality Road,Escandreya etc) or you never hear from them again.Ask yourself this;Why wouldnt Pletcher want to stable all his horses at gulfstream,and not have to ship over all the time?Hmmm.
Let them pound Verrazano all they want...
Mikey madon' youz don't have to convince me of your derby horse. Just ask around the neighborhood.I want all of us to win or somehow cash on Derby day.I haven't even come up with my horse yet. Just a slight leans to certain ones. You see what I'm saying? One thing I will say about Cnak.I can't see a jockey more suited for the Derby. He'll make a hole if he needs one and he won't be gun shy in the race.
I'm with you on that Fredo. Just trying to narrow down the field a bit. Still too early in season to zoom in on one horse.
I like Verrazano, Revolutionary, Its My Lucky Day, Vyjack, and Flashback right now in no particular order but all
could change in a heartbeat. Good luck with your future selection. Godspeed.
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