Si Que Es Buena

Yes, that’s good!  That’s her name in English.  She ran a very good 4th in her States debut a month ago and ran a terrific race today in the Via Borghese at Gulfstream.  Her jockey Chris Landeros made a good move round the turn keeping the favorite in so he could get the jump onContinue reading

Don’t Quit Dreaming

If anyone follows our Warriors page this guy has been on there for about three years now.  He was very lucky and was accepted to the TRF Second Chances program in Sykesville, Maryland.  Anita went down to visit yesterday and got some sweet photos. These horses are cared for by inmates at the CorrectionalContinue reading

Fives Wild

It’s always nice to get a winner and even nicer when they really dominate their win.  That happened today at Tampa with two year old Fives Wild in his ‘off the turf’ race.  It was longer than he’d run before and the further he went the more distance he put between himself and the rest,Continue reading

Her Royal Highness

Not sure how she was named but it suits her!  Very particular in everything she does so it was good today’s race went her way which enabled her to win on her second outing today at Laurel.  She is from the family of Zucchini Flower who Graham trained, and also siblings Calvi, a winner ofContinue reading

Say The Word

Although his last win was back in April he was second in the Breeders Stakes at Woodbine in August.  Today he won at Tampa with a nice ground saving trip under Feargal Lynch.   He’s a sweet gelding who loves attention!  Congratulations to owners and breeders Sam Son Farms.

Little Song

Wow, that looked like hard work Dylan Davis!  Dylan literally pushed and shoved the whole mile of the Aqueduct dirt race today.  It was taken off the grass and it was Little Song’s first race and she was learning as she went along.  She learned so well with Dylan’s encouragement that she made up aboutContinue reading


Two year old Amino had his first start a couple of months ago on the Tapeta at Presque Isle.  Didn’t seem be keen on that idea so he tried the dirt today at Laurel – much better!  Ridden determinedly by Trevor McCarthy he forged clear to win by one and a quarter lengths.  Congratulations toContinue reading


The four year old son of Red Giant won his second race at Laurel in decisive fashion. CALVI vied two to three wide outside CHINQUAPIN, cruised clear of that one leaving the three and a half furlong marker, responded to solid left handed encouragement in mid stretch and remained eager to the wire.

Paz The Wine – Now A Bride

PAZ THE WINE stalked the pace, advanced five deep leaving the turn, swept to command in upper stretch, opened up under brisk urging in mid stretch and coasted home well clear. Owned by Jay Sloan – High Five Stable, congratulations to all.

Varenka’s Run

I don’t think today can go by without mentioning Varenka’s impressive run in the Juvenile Fillies Turf (Grade 1) today.  She was one of the longest prices on the board running against seasoned Graded Stakes winners, from Europe too.  She didn’t have a lot of early speed and was a long way back in theContinue reading

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