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NBC’s Breeders Cup production ranks among the best; Del Mar gets highest grade for flawless day long venue

Warren Eves | November 8, 2017

By Warren Eves That may have been the best Breeders Cup show ever. Unquestionably it ranks as the best produced horse racing extravaganza in this senior turf writer’s memory. It’s hard to take issue with the entire television presentation. Bravo! If the Breeders Cup doesn’t bring [...]

Colt Named ‘Kash’ Has A Man Living Out His Dream: Former Jockey Danny Sorenson is his Tutor in Texas

Warren Eves | December 17, 2014

By Warren Eves Joseph Gadoury is living a dream. Trust me!  You’re not going to believe his story. “When I was a teenager I watched the Derby, the Preakness and the Triple Crown,” says 57-year-old Joseph Gadoury whose claim to fame is building 16 schools all [...]

K J’s Sweetater Makes Her Sire Proud at Oaklawn Park; Fire Starter’s Fifth In Smarty Jones Was BTL’d Effort

Warren Eves | January 22, 2014

By Warren Eves K J’s Sweetater caught our attention in race two January 20th at Oaklawn Park. The sophomore filly ran better than looked when beaten by her half sister Pretty Suspect.  Both fillies are by 2005 Toboggan Handicap winner Primary Suspect. It was not an ordinary debut [...]

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 [...]

3YO Filly Frivolous Beats Males In Notable MSW; Visually She’s Worth Play 1st Time Vs. Winners

Warren Eves | June 29, 2013

By Warren Eves Sometimes a story jumps off the page at you. That would be the case on review of the 11th and final race at Churchill Downs Friday, June 28th. Frivolous, a filly, beat nine other three-year-olds in notable fashion.  She was racing in front [...]

Attitude/Approach Separate Baze From The Others; Longtime Agent Ray Harris Belongs In Hall Of Fame

Warren Eves | May 23, 2013

By Harry “The Hat” Hacek Do you know what separates Russell Baze from others? Attitude and approach! For more than 39 years the soon to be 55-year young Baze, born in Vancouver, British Columbia, has performed his trade with remarkable unmatched consistency. He [...]

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 [...]

Dby Hopefuls Send Mock Telegram to NCAA Champs; Writer Has Fun With ‘Racehorse Basketball’ Subject

Warren Eves | April 13, 2013

By Warren Eves The following mock telegram was written about the University of Louisville basketball team by California scribe Bob Jackson. “If any of y’all are plannin’ to come to town on the first Saturday in May, please tell us y’all are gonna be sittin’ in those fancy Churchill Downs [...]

Don’t Tell Sophia Sends Her Connections A Message; We Found ‘Nugget’ Race–Oaklawn’s Jan 20th NINTH

Warren Eves | January 22, 2013

By Warren Eves Oaklawn Park’s meet got interesting over the weekend.
On Friday, January 19th Don’t Tell Sophia left no doubt in race eight.  She prefers racing on dirt.
On Saturday, January 20th, we uncovered one of those “nugget” races we’re always looking for.  The 9th–a six-furlong $15K claiming race won by Liberty Bound [...]