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he's at the top of the list:
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/04/sport ... .html?_r=1
And it looks to me like winners of races 1 & 3 that aired today ran only 2/5 second off the track record for their distance. (And in the first it was a $5000 cliamer that missed the track record by 2/5). This one was claimed, will be interesting to see how he runs for new connections.
I'm gonna be a contrarian here (perhaps I'm naive and/or stupid), but it appears Ness spots his nags quite well, taking advantage of other idiotic trainers who don't know what the hell they're even doing in this game.
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.
"The Losing End"
After my trainer’s final juvenile sale, his wife scheduled an interview with, Joe, a famous turf writer. She wanted her husband to promote his body of work at juvenile sales and, hopefully, lure into the fold a new owner. (By the year 2011 the primary agenda of the racing press was still to trumpet trainer’s prowess, to hook new owners, however, the numbers and speakers had changed dramatically. Hot trainers posted winning percentages my trainer never dreamed of 25% to 40%. Youthful owner-trainer combos openly bragged in the press about their pick-six conquest.)
Tampa may have larger and more playable fields, but it's still not quite big-league racing. Come on, it's Hawthorne and Suffolk South. Ness would never bat .460 anywhere bigger. He's dominating his smaller pond. Move along, nothing to see here.
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