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Bobby Adair Worthy of Quarter Horse Iconic Status: Scott Wells Recants Fond Memories of Great Jockey

Warren Eves | July 2, 2015

By Warren Eves Los Alamitos will always be a staple for quarter horse racing. Bobby Adair, who died recently, will always be an iconic memory to that sport. “He was a great horseman,” says Scott Wells.  ”A great team roper, and a honky tonk legend, too, [...]

California Chrome Posts 1st of Five Works for Gold Cup: Dubai-UAE Expert Cummings Says It’s Right Decision

Warren Eves | February 21, 2015

By Warren H. Eves California Chrome recorded his first of five workouts for the Dubai World Cup on Saturday at Los Alamitos Race Course in California. Victor Espinoza was up as Art Sherman’s charge covered 4-1/2 furlongs and got an official half-mile clocking of 48 seconds.  It was his [...]

Paulick Report Reveals Heart Warming Win Pic Story; Lukas Picks Lil’ Person Out Of Crown When He Wins

Warren Eves | August 21, 2012

By Warren Eves Let’s hope horse racing bigwigs read Tuesday’s Paulick Report. Each day Ray Paulick’s Headline News, sponsored by Spendthrift Farm, features horse racing issues on the internet. The sixth item down read on Tuesday was titled: “Lukas: Continuing winner’s circle tradition at the Spa.” [...]

Unbashed Debuts Like He Might Be Exception To Rule; Pletcher’s $200K Keeneland Buy Looks Like Real Deal

Warren Eves | August 18, 2012

By Warren Eves There’s an unwritten rule we’re going to defy. It’s written in stone.  Betting impressive maiden winners in their next start is a losing proposition. We’re going to make an exception after watching Unbashed win his first career start at Saratoga Friday. [...]

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 [...]

Here Comes Baffert With Another Juvenile Prospect; Executiveprivilege Wins Debut In Awesome Fashion

Warren Eves | June 29, 2012

By Warren Eves Every summer stakes prospects debut at Hollywood Park Executiveprivilege won her debut in awesome fashion June 28 and never took a deep breath. The leggy First Samurai filly, bought for $650,000 in April at Ocala, appears to have figured things out in a [...]

Lukas 2YO Optimizer Wins Not So Ordinary MSW Race; Forecast: Saratoga Turf Route To Be A Productive One

Warren Eves | August 6, 2011

By Warren Eves           D. Wayne Lukas ended a winless streak with a bang Saturday, August 6th.           The man who used to be in the Triple Crown forefront every year won with a promising juvenile named Optimizer.  Bluegrass Hall’s English Channel colt impressed.  He scored in a not so ordinary maiden special weight race [...]

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 [...]