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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. [...]

To Follow Or Not To Follow A Horse The Question; Pagets Added To Playback List Despite Key Factors

Warren Eves | February 5, 2014

By Warren Eves Sometimes even hardened handicappers are left scratching their heads. That would be the case after I reviewed the graduation run of Steve Asmussen’s Pagets.  He won on Feb., 1 at the Fairgrounds. Basic handicapping rule No #1 says statistics have proven beyond a [...]

Richards Blasts Kentucky Derby Qualifying Process; New Rating System Renders 2YO Racing Meaningless

Warren Eves | June 18, 2012

By Warren Eves Churchill Downs can’t get much of anything right these days. They refused to give the bettors the 10-cent superfecta bet on Derby Day.  And Churchill Downs continues to balk at going to available software that would offer far more “future” wagers on the Kentucky Derby than [...]

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. [...]

Hansen Catapults Back To Top Of Sophomore Class; Dominates Gotham And Gallops Out Like A Gazelle

Warren Eves | March 3, 2012

By Warren Eves We saw a colt grow up Saturday March 3 in New York.
Hansen had plenty of doubters going in because of post 12 in a field of 13 going in the Gotham Stakes. There were few naysayers after he performed like a man against boys.  It may not have [...]

Bodemeister’s Run Surely Changes Opinion In West: Thunder Moccasin Wins Hutcheson But No Derby

Warren Eves | February 11, 2012

By Warren Eves How soon things change. When Fed Biz won off and hid there were those who were giddy of the colt’s romp at Santa Anita. The date when all the accolades were being tossed around was February 9th.  The place?  It was famed Santa [...]

El Padrino Scores Nicely On Gulfstream Under Card; Pletcher’s 3-Yr-Old Win-Binge Continues In Holy Bull

Warren Eves | January 29, 2012

By Warren Eves El Padrino won impressively on the Holy Bull undercard Saturday at wet Gulfstream Park. Algorithms banked the $240,000 winner’s share of the one-turn Holy Bull and got most of the attention. The big pot will allow his red-hot conditioner to take his time if the Kentucky [...]

Warren Eves’ Kentucky Derby Watch List 2012

Warren Eves | January 5, 2012

Warren Eves’ Derby Watch List – new for 2012, is available now! CLICK HERE

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Gomez May Ride Harder For Minor Awards In 2012; Mdn Lottawampum On ‘Watch’ List Off 6th to 2nd Run

Warren Eves | December 29, 2011

By Warren Eves           The knock on Garrett Gomez over the years has been his lack of effort riding for secondary placements when riding in lower classification races.           Thursday at Santa Anita Gomez rode Lottawampum to a second place finish when she made her debut  around one turn.  The effort may not draw a lot [...]

Stidham’s Flash Mash Relished Fairgrounds Turf; Horses To Watch Playback Keys $21,697.80 Super

Warren Eves | December 2, 2011

By Warren Eves           Michael Stidham is on fire at the young Fairgrounds race meet this winter.           After watching his filly Flash Mash win on the turf on December 2nd one could conclude Stidham should keep her on the green.  She won with absolute ease coming off a [...]