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Ky Derby winner may not be coming out of the west; Pletcher appears to have best colt in Always Dreaming

Warren Eves | April 9, 2017

By Warren Eves It was great to see class act John Shirreffs win the Santa Anita Derby with Gormley. Looking at the Ky Derby picture for the first time this year–it’s safe to say this year’s winner probably won’t be Gormley. And…….you probably won’t find the winner of that [...]

Ravin Rebel’s Debut Catches The Eye at Fairgrounds; Check Out Our ‘Notes’ for Other Horse Racing Tidbits

Warren Eves | December 30, 2013

By Warren Eves Sometimes a playback jumps off the page at you. I’m weaning myself off playing the usual horse racing menu for reasons I’ll explain. In reviewing the second race at the Fairgrounds on Dec., 20, a first time starter caught my attention. [...]

Legend’s Forever Overcomes Tons of Trouble In Debut; Prayer On a Wing Catches Eye In ‘Key’ CD MSW Race

Warren Eves | October 7, 2013

By Warren Eves Churchill Downs’ sixth race on September 29th is worth noting. On review we believe the six furlong maiden special weight race will produce multiple winners. Steve Mongerson’s Legend Forever was visually impressive.  The way this son of Street Boss won we’d like to [...]

Maker’s Claim Of Animal Style Has Reaped Rewards; Spanish Steps 3YO Shows 2-1-1-2-1 Runs Since Taken

Warren Eves | April 20, 2013

By Warren Eves Michael Maker may not get enough credit for his training prowess. His acquisition of Animal Style out of a maiden $30,000 race last November may rank as one of the best claims in eons.  The three-year-old colt brushed fifth to first in the final eighth of [...]

What’s The Story Behind 4YOF Jan’s Perfect Star?; Oaklawn Park Filly May Put Sire Imperialism On Map

Warren Eves | February 8, 2013

By Warren Eves A maiden first time starter named Jan’s Perfect Star caught my attention on Thursday at Oaklawn. She breezed to the lead off the top of the turn and Alex Birzer had her wrapped up before the wire. Jan’s Perfect Star is by Imperialism, [...]

Leggy War Dancer’s Debut Surge Catches The Eye; Wonder What Future Price Avello Would Give You

Warren Eves | January 12, 2013

By Warren Eves If I were still living in Las Vegas I’d make a future Derby wager on War Dancer. Yeah, I’m still having these foolish thoughts about cashing in bigtime on one of the most difficult bets of mankind.  That would be a futures wager where one attempts [...]

Apex Looks Like 2YO To Be Followed Off BTL Debut; Fort Larned Gives Hernandez Richest Win Of Career

Warren Eves | August 4, 2012

By Warren Eves Fort Larned wired ‘em in the Whitney. It was a romp Saturday at famed Saratoga Race Course. Jockey Brian Hernandez was aboard to score the biggest and richest win of his career. “I just stayed out of his way and he took us [...]

Maybe So’s MSW Score Might Produce Future Winners; Identifying “Key Race” Early On Can Reap Dividends

Warren Eves | June 30, 2012

By Warren Eves On review the fourth race under lights will prove to be a “key” race. When one can identify what appears to be a strong maiden race it can be profitable. Maybe So was first to the line in the maiden special weight race [...]

$5,000 Claimer Named Socket Sitting On Winning Run; Onda Fast Track Should Have Won Debut at FG

Warren H. Eves | December 30, 2010

By Warren Eves           True horseplayers know it’s all about a live horse we can play next time out.           We spent our birthday at the famed Fair Grounds Thursday, December 30th.  We came away with a nugget or two.  Or…… least that’s what we think we found.  Races in [...]

First Dude, Yawanna Twist And Jackson Bend Were The ‘What If’ Colts Of The 135th Preakness

Warren Eves | May 16, 2010

  By Warren Eves Some post race Preakness observations. 1. On review it was not a great ride on the part Martin Garcia.  If Lookin at Lucky would have lost they’d be scalding him for the lost ground midway on the far turn. 2. If you [...]