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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 [...]

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. [...]

Summer Solo’s Debut Triumph Better Than It Appears; Clement’s 2YO Roar Colt Surges Despite Slow Fractions

Warren Eves | November 18, 2013

By Warren Eves
Summer Solo may be special among New York-breds and beyond.
The Christophe Clement trained two-year-old won November 13 at Aqueduct on the turf.  It’s just one race but this colt looks like he could make a lot of noise against three-year-olds in 2014.
Here’s why the debut win of Summer Solo impressed this writer so [...]

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 [...]

2YO First Timer Impressive On Turf With Bug In Irons; I Got That Memo May Be More Than Ordinary Juvenile

Warren Eves | August 6, 2013

By Warren Eves Ever watch a horse race and say wow! That’s what happened when I reviewed race five August 4th at Woodbine. A first time starter I Got That Memo swept from 8th to 1st losing gobs of ground on his way to airing. [...]

We’re Confident Rickashea Graduates Next Time Out; Monitor Those Future Monmouth Park MSW Races

Warren Eves | July 28, 2013

By Warren Eves We blew it last week when failing to hit the publish button and Wired Bryan won a stake. We’re confident we have found a next out maiden special weight winner in Rickashea. Rickashea, making his second start on turf, could not have run [...]

Belmont Leaves Handicapper David Ruth Frustrated; Maintains Calder’s 10-cent Pick 6 Wager Is The Best

Warren Eves | June 10, 2013

By Warren Eves Sometimes a subtle equipment change is the key to picking the winner. David Ruth is a crack handicapper I spent many days with in Las Vegas betting arenas. No matter what your age may be, one can learn from guys like Ruth. [...]

Bodemesister’s 11.97 FF Hard To Ignore In Ark Dby; Dullahan Roars Past Hansen To Win Blue Grass

Warren Eves | April 14, 2012

By Warren Eves Dullahan ran like I thought he might to win the Blue Grass. Bodememeister ran much better than we thought he might when romping in the Arkansas Derby. After the wire in Kentucky there were questions.  Why did Kent Desormeaux pull Dullahan up so [...]

Stews Fail To Act On Obvious Foul On Eve Of Rebel; Here’s Race By Race Report Of How Surface Played

Warren Eves | March 16, 2012

By Warren Eves Why can’t these stewards get it right? Carlos Marquez, Jr was cost a better placement in the eighth race at Oaklawn Park on Friday, March 16.  Head-on shots of the horses moving to the far turn proved beyond a doubt his mount Explain had been fouled. [...]

Shared Property’s Third In Lecomte Was Much BTL’d; Search For Viable Kentucky Dby Prospects Is Underway

Warren Eves | January 21, 2012

By Warren Eves Aqueduct was down due to snow so we eye-balled nine three-year-old races across the country Saturday January 21 that could have Kentucky Derby applications. Shared Property’s third from post 13 in the 1-70 yard LeComte was the most notable run of the day.  Trainer Tom Amoss had to leave the [...]