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Creator’s Arkansas win muddles Ky Derby picture; Here’s in depth video tape review of Oaklawn Derby

Warren Eves | April 16, 2016

By Warren Eves The Kentucky Derby became a bit muddled Saturday. Usually the Arkansas Derby brings a bit of clarity to the big dance. Not so on April 16 at Oaklawn Park. In the end a Win Star Farm split entry had a large say in [...]

Will Racing Commissioners Ever Put Bite In Rulebook? Cheaters Need To Fear Severe Penalties For PED Use

Warren Eves | April 23, 2015

By Warren Eves We’re all familiar with the “huff and puff and I’ll blow your house down” fairytale. That would be the level of skepticism this senior turf writer has when it comes to buying mega excuses we continue to hear.  Those factions, the ones who we hope have [...]

Thirtysevenlives On Impressive in First Route Try; Carpe Diem Wins Claiborne Like He Could Be Special

Warren Eves | October 5, 2014

By Warren Eves You might want to monitor a juvenile named Thirtysevenliveson. Watched the re-run of Zayat Stable’s first try at two turning and it was a perfect example of grit and determination despite losing lots of ground at Keeneland on Oct., 4. The Dale Romans-trained [...]

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 [...]

Osterman’s ‘Sick Of The Whip’ Column Stirs Debate; Former Trainer-Gallop Boy Rose Makes His Case

Warren Eves | March 22, 2013

By Warren Eves Former trainer Bobby Rose takes issue with one of horse racing’s best turf writers Tim Osterman. Osterman wrote in his “Sick of the Whip” column for Today’s Racing Digest: “In a sport that is in dire need of more folks in the seats, racing continues to [...]

It May Pay to Follow Who Chased Emollient To Wire; Belmont MSW Race Should Produce Next Out Wins

Warren Eves | October 5, 2012

By Warren Eves Belmont’s 3rd race the last day of September is a “key” race. Identifying a “key race” early on can mean cashing tickets.  The race we reviewed over and over was a seven-furlong test for maiden two-year-old fillies.  After watching each and every one of the eight [...]

Tizracer Surfaces In Very First Race of Belmont Meet; Tiznow Colt’s 1-Turn Mile Romp Sure Was Impressive

Warren Eves | September 21, 2012

By Warren Eves The 37-day Fall Championship meet at Belmont Park started off with a bang. In the first race of the day on September 8 a colt named Tizracer improved eons–taking a one-turn mile by 10-1/2 while well in hand. Reports have it the Tiznow [...]

2-Yr-Old Filly Named Sign Overcomes Start To Romp: You Never Know What Each Racing Day May Bring

Warren Eves | August 26, 2012

By Warren Eves You never know what the next race may bring. Sunday’s second at Saratoga Race Course is a perfect example. A two-year-old filly named Sign spiked interest and intrigue as she won her debut after a poor beginning. The hype was [...]

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. [...]

Maggie’s Up Close Paddock Comments Can Aid Player; NYRA’s New Face Is Best Since Carolyn Conley Left SA

Warren Eves | July 30, 2012

By Warren Eves Maggie Wolfendale brings something to the table. Wish we could say the same for other horse racing venues we pay attention to.  Not since Carolyn Conley did her Santa Anita paddock reporting has someone made such an impression. Unlike so many “talking heads” [...]