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Florida Stewards’ Action In Finale Took Far Too Long; El Tuscano’s Infraction Was Obvious Even To Novice

Warren Eves | December 26, 2012

By Warren Eves What took so long to make an obvious change at Gulfstream Park? Ricochet Court rallied up the rail to win the finale in Florida on Wednesday for Nick Zito.  The problem was, those who had exotic wagers had to wait far too long to find out [...]

Is Macho Macho A 3yo Comer In Asmussen Barn?; Skyring Is Example Of Poly To Dirt Turn Around

Warren Eves | May 7, 2012

By Warren Eves Story lines galore. That was the end result after doing several days of reviewing the May 5th Kentucky Derby card at Churchill Downs. Will Macho Macho become the budding sophomore in Steve Asmussen’s barn? Where will D. Wayne Lukas’ Skyring [...]

Baffert Credits Martin Garcia With Coil’s Haskell Win; Former Quarter Horse Trainer Is Ahead Of The Curve

Warren Eves | July 31, 2011

By Warren Eves           Bob Baffert seems to be ahead of the curve when it comes to horse racing.           May 11th, 2010.            Baffert takes Garrett Gomez off Lookin At Lucky.            He names a relative newcomer named Martin Garcia to ride him in the Preakness.   [...]

Out Of Blue Asmussen Colt Could Make Big Dance; Nehro a Blip On Screen Going Into Louisiana Derby

Warren Eves | March 26, 2011

 By Warren Eves           There’s a new shooter in the Derby race–and nobody saw it coming.           As soon as the field crossed the finish line in the Louisiana Derby I began my process of finding out why.           Anybody who spends enough time at this [...]