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Cook Study Maintains ‘Bitted Mouths’ Cause Bleeding; Pro Salix Clan Will Have Trouble Disputing Findings

Warren Eves | February 1, 2013

By Warren Eves Robert Cook, prompted by the long running Lasix debate, released the most extensive study on record this week. “Bleeding is only one sign of a larger problem,” PhD Cook begins.  ”Waterlogging(edema) of the lung, this in turn, is caused by asphyxia.  The most common cause of [...]

Bet Approach and Final Derby Ratings for 2012

Warren Eves | February 9, 2012

By Warren Eves Here is my “affordable” betting approach for the 2012 Kentucky Derby. We put a lot of time and effort into this search for the winner.  We’ll apply the theory of betting a little in quest of making a lot. Here’s our best calculated [...]

Winter Memories’ Garden City Run Was Awesome; Toner Says Queen Elizabeth Will Be Last Start In 2011

Warren Eves | September 19, 2011

By Warren Eves           If  you want to see an incredible run pull up Winter Memories’ win in the Garden City at Belmont Park.           The super talented filly was winning for the fourth time in five starts this year but her connections say she won’t be going in this year’s Breeders Cup.  She’s [...]

Yes Virginia, Great Racetrack Stories Still Are With Us; Calamari Wins Big On Class Jump For Team-Glorioso

Warren Eves | July 11, 2011

By Warren Eves           Trainer Ron Glorioso has to be on cloud nine at Parx.           He saddled the five-year-old mare Calamari he claimed back for $5,000.  She went out and won for fun at the elevated claiming level of $16,000 Saturday.           Glorioso lost Calamari at the claim box [...]

Joe Woodard Claims Thabazimbi For $40,000 Off Mott; 6-Year-Old Wires ‘Em On Lawn With Fast Last Fraction

Warren Eves | July 4, 2011

By Warren Eves           Joe Woodard may have made one of the best claims of the young year July 3rd at Churchill Downs.           He put a $40,000 claim slip in for Thabazimbi.  He then watched as Thabazimbi posted an impressive final fraction when taking six rivals wire to wire on the turf.  Thabazimbi [...]

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 [...]

Klesaris’ Derwin’s Star Wins Big Despite Long Lay-Off; How Good Can Filly He Claimed For $10,000 Become?

Warren Eves | June 7, 2011

          How good could former claimer Derwin’s Star be?           Derwin’s Star had not been seen since she made it look easy winning the $400,000 Charles Town Oaks under the lights September 18.            Tuesday June 7th she returned to the races and won an allowance at Parx looking none the [...]

Zito May Be Coming To Dinner in Louisville in 2011; Nobody’s Talking About J W Blue At Oaklawn Park

Warren H. Eves | February 1, 2011

By Warren Eves           Guess who may be coming to dinner in Louisville May 7–96 days from now?           Nick Zito that’s who.  He assuredly has hopes to be bringing his top sophomore grade earner Dialed In.           Even though I am not putting myself through the rigors of rating the [...]

‘The Hat’ Hacek’s Bombshell Column To Name Those Responsible For Santa Anita’s Free Fall This Friday

Warren H. Eves | January 18, 2011

By Warren Eves           Make sure to check this website space Friday.           Famed retired jockey agent Harry “The Hat” Hacek is putting the finishing touches on a blockbuster column.             Hacek and I talk shop from time to time.  We share similar frustrations with the California thoroughbred horse [...]