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Medal of Courage’s run leaves scribe in quandary; Diodoro making mink out of possum at Oaklawn

Warren Eves | January 25, 2017

By Warren Eves Sometimes it’s simply impossible to evaluate a good looking equine performance. Here’s what I was asking after watching Medal of Courage win a starter allowance Jan., 20 at Oaklawn Park. Did this newly claimed gelding have anyone behind him? Should I downgrade the race due to [...]

Talented Filly Executiveprivilege Worthy of Accolades; Bob Baffert Reportedly Loaded For Del Mar Meeting

Warren Eves | July 14, 2012

By Warren Eves Superlatives are thrown around far too often in horse racing. Saturday at Hollywood Park we saw something special. A two-year-old filly named Executiveprivilege won like a budding superstar. And yes, she’s trained by none other than Bob Baffert. [...]

“Walking Short” Column Re-visited: Impossible To Access Sizzling Speed Biased Surface On Santa Anita Day 1

Warren Eves | December 27, 2010