Fast Master

Big, laid back Fast Master won very nicely at Laurel today.  With just three previous races, all in which he was placed, he made it look easy winning on his fourth attempt.  Congratulations to Kaleem Shah for not just his winner but his patience in giving him plenty of time.

Bee Catcher

Gotta love that turf breeding – English Channel out of a Kitten’s Joy mare.   With just three previous races under this three year olds belt, his first win came today in a mile maiden on the turf at Gulfstream.  Congratulations to owners Calumet Farm.

Robin Hood

Nicely bred by Scat Daddy out of Sense To Compete, Robin would be worth quite a bit of money as a broodmare but like a lot of the boys, unless they are major Stakes horses, they get gelded and keep on truckin’.  Robin did that again today in his thirteenth race which is not aContinue reading

Bye Bye Melvin Wins Second Race

Second race at Tampa and the second win of his short career.  By Uncle Mo out of a Dynaformer mare he runs on the grass and likes the one at Tampa as that is where his two wins have been – one month apart almost to the day!  Congratulations to owner and breeder Alex Campbell,Continue reading

Sayyida Al Hurra

Translates to “Lady who is free and independent” from the Arabic language.  This was her third start; first on dirt, second on turf and today’s race on ‘off the turf’!   Congratulations to owners Al Shahania Stud America LLC.

Tomcat Black

After having his race cancelled last week due to inclement weather Tomcat Black and his jockey Daniel Centeno raced easily and won nicely today at Tampa.   Second in two previous maiden special races this was Tom’s first win and congratulations to owner and breeder Sam Son Farm.

Touriga Wins Via Borghese Stakes

This is her fifth start in the US and the first time she’s tried one mile and three sixteenths.  Johnny Velazquez rode her last time in her race at Aqueduct (as he did in her first start when she was third in the Grade 3 Matchmaker), so knows her and with the experience and theContinue reading

Majestic Reason Wins Willa On The Move

In the Stake race named after Maryland bred Willa On The Move, Majestic Reason, bred by Sycamore Hall and Ellen Charles, made it her second Stakes win, and fifth win overall.  She’s multiple Stakes placed, including a Grade 2, and apart from a couple of races ago she has never been worse than third inContinue reading


Dropped down a level or two after his disappointing first start Pretendant showed the way to win yesterday.  He lost ground and fought back like a pro to win by three quarters of a length.  Bred and owned by Wertheimer Et Frere, congratulations to them.

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