Posts Tagged ‘Dirt Mile’

Breeders’ Cup 2017 – Juvenile Turf / Dirt Mile

The greatest stage of racing is about to take place and there is never too early of a time to begin. – Here are some runners who need a good hard look while you are starting your lists. – Once you whittle your runners down be sure to check them against the E-Z Win Forms. […]

Free Breeders’ Cup Selections – Day #1 – 11/4/16

The wait is over and let the weekend begin ! – The weather forecast is clear and sunny with weather in the mid-80’s. – Santa Anita is expecting crowds to reach 100,000 for the two day event, and seating is extremely limited unless you are watching and wagering at “Man-Cave Downs.” – That’s where this […]

Breeders’ Cup by the Numbers

The big weekend is just days away. We looked forward to this day about an hour after last year concluded, and it has the feel of an event that will not disappoint. I am a planner by nature and can be a bit of a worry-wart. Here is what you can expect as far as […]

Shackleford’s Final Race: Clark or Cigar Mile

Trainer Dale Romans is weighing which Grade 1 on Thanksgiving weekend will be Shackleford’s final outing before the 4-year-old son of Forestry is retired to stud at Darby Dan Farm.   Shackleford is returning to Churchill Downs where the Clark Handicap will be staged for the 138th time on Nov. 23.   “We might run him in the Clark,” Romans […]