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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 [...]

Asmussen Reaches In To Take Maiden Claimer Carve; First Samurai Colt Posts Rapid 6.08 FF Winning Debut

Warren Eves | January 28, 2013

By Warren Eves After watching first time starter Carve kick home to win at first out I went to Oaklawn Park’s third race chart on Jan., 25. Sure enough Carve had been claimed out of  the maiden $30,000 1-mile and a sixteenth.  Dropping the claim slip in the box [...]

Linemaker Terry Turrell Hates Splitting of Entries; Claims Uncoupling Same Owner Entries Is Bad Policy

Warren Eves | January 8, 2013

By Warren Eves When Goldencents won the Sham at Santa Anita it spiked opinion. For once, when Bob Baffert had two of the five horses entered in the race, his tandem failed to get the money. “We thought that with Baffert having two horses in the [...]

Brainwash Couldn’t Run Any Better Without Winning; Estonia’s Last To First Run In Fgd Sixth Was BTL’d

Warren Eves | December 1, 2012

By Warren Eves If you wagered on Brainwash in Saturday’s sixth at the Fairgrounds it was a brutal beat. The Bret Calhoun-trained sophomore couldn’t have run any better without winning. Maggi Moss‘ recent $40,000 claim Fire Alarm got to the wire first with Rosie Napranik but [...]

Merrill Scherer’s Nubin Ridge Has All The Earmarks; State-bred Coming 3YO Just Might Be That ‘Nugget’

Warren Eves | November 24, 2012

By Warren Eves Over the years I’ve learned not to get too high on any equine runner. It’s a recipe for disappointment.  If you wageer?  It can put a hurt on your bankroll. Those “nuggets” horseplayers and horsemen seek every day are hard to find.  Keeping [...]

Young Riders Like Lebron Need Tutor Like DeGregory; Iowa Proof Licensing Process Needs To Be Tougher

Warren Eves | June 10, 2011

  By Warren Eves           Where have all the good teachers gone?           For months now I have watched a young rider named Victor Lebron.           He’s like so many jockeys out there these days.  He’s what I catergorize as a right-handed rider.  There-in [...]

We’re Not Offering Excuse For Poor FG Runbacks; Make Note After Rain Inside And Front Speed Rule

Warren H. Eves | January 7, 2011

By Warren Eves This is not lobbying from the court of excuse. If you are going to cash more tickets than you rip up you must pay attention to the racing surface. Porto Bermuda was a “playback” off my Horses To Watch list in race four [...]

$5,000 Claimer Named Socket Sitting On Winning Run; Onda Fast Track Should Have Won Debut at FG

Warren H. Eves | December 30, 2010

By Warren Eves           True horseplayers know it’s all about a live horse we can play next time out.           We spent our birthday at the famed Fair Grounds Thursday, December 30th.  We came away with a nugget or two.  Or…… least that’s what we think we found.  Races in [...]