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Awesome News From Ireland’s Anti Doping Force

Warren Eves | February 10, 2016

By Warren Eves Those who follow this site know we’ve been relentless on the subject of drug cheats in sport. You may have missed some awesome news out of Ireland last week due to all the Super Bowl fluff. The headline in the Sporting Post read: [...]

P Val’s lack of respect for profession is appauling!

Warren Eves | November 19, 2015

By Warren Eves His respect for the profession is nowhere to be found. His smile that charmed oh so many over the years has worn thin. The ranks of those who gave him second, third and fourth chances has dwindled.  The late Mike Mitchell gave him [...]

If You Bet The Ponies You Better Be Aware of Fair Hill; Fasque’s Maiden Win at Delaware Is Proof of Pudding

Warren Eves | July 28, 2015

By Warren Eves Fasque graduated the maiden ranks at Delaware on July 27. It was one more example why a horse bettor needs to pay attention to horses who ship to racetracks from Fair Hill. On the second turn of the 7-1/2 furlong test, his first [...]

Cobalt Epidemic Has Horse Race Industry In A Flux: Will Regulators Ever Assert Their Definitive Authority?

Warren Eves | May 27, 2015

By Warren Eves Runaway cobalt use in horse racing is a dichotomy. There is absolutely no doubt “a division contrast between two things that are represented as being opposed” exists.  If you’re willing to delve into this complex issue it’s likely you will conclude neither side on this issue [...]

Chronicle of Runaway Cobalt Chloride Epidemic: Aussie Trainer Darren Smith Appeals 15-Year Ban

Warren Eves | March 20, 2015

By Warren Eves This is a chronicle of a far reaching illegal substance epidemic. The Hong Kong Jockey Club has been ahead of the curve since 2006.  They were testing for cobalt levels.  HKJC researchers found that a urinary threshold of 75 nanograms per milliliter and plasma threshold of [...]

Apprentice Arny Fontanez May Have Magical Touch; Wins With Filly Who Had Not Been Competitive at CRC

Warren Eves | March 10, 2014

By Warren Eves Sometimes it’s impossible to explain why a horse suddenly becomes competitive. We mention this because of a horse named Run Gia Run. In her sixth start, after showing absolutely zip, Run Gia Run won the third at Calder Race Course on Feb., 21. [...]

Motion 3YO I’ll Call Impressive Taking Kee Lawn Debut; Team Valor Names Mettee As Private Trainer

Warren Eves | April 3, 2013

By Warren Eves Graham Motion and Team Valor have gone their separate way–by prior agreement. That was the news coming out of Maryland on Friday as Motion was at Keeneland to saddle a colt named I’ll Call to score impressively in his first ever race. Barry [...]

Southern Symphony A Must Use In Exotics Next Out; Valuable Trip Notes Were Taken in Oaklawn Feature

Warren Eves | January 30, 2013

By Warren Eves Sometimes the Trackman’s comments don’t tell the whole story. Take the featured eighth race on Jan., 27 at Oaklawn Park as an example. Two fillies made my Virtual Stable list–third place finisher Regal Joanne(3.00-to-1) and sixth place finisher Southern Symphony(32.70-to-1). [...]

Filly Seasoned Warrior Graduates In Awesome Style; Overshadows Spacious Precision’s Sar Special Romp

Warren Eves | August 12, 2012

By Warren Eves A filly won with awesome fashion on Sunday’s under card at Saratoga. Spacious Precision won the featured Saratoga Special but many were still talking about the filly who won earlier on the card. It happened in race six.  Live Oak Farm’s Seasoned Warrior [...]

Caspian Crown Ran Too Good To Lose At Will Rogers; Maiden Special Race Comes Up Unusually Tough

Warren Eves | April 1, 2012

By Warren Eves Horseplayers will go to any lengths when seeking a score. I’m living proof of same. We bring this subject up because Will Rogers Downs has caught my fancy.  The first two horses I played wound up winning.  I took the ball from there [...]