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Handicapper, Former Horse Owner David Ruth Vents; ‘No Way He Stays Up in New York, Florida or Kentucky’

Warren Eves | November 5, 2014

By Warren Eves David Ruth has done it all in horse racing. The one-time owner now living in Ohio was still fuming several days after the Breeders Cup Classic fiasco. “I intentionally waited until Sunday to send Santa Anita an e-mail,” says Ruth who frequented Las [...]

We’re Confident Rickashea Graduates Next Time Out; Monitor Those Future Monmouth Park MSW Races

Warren Eves | July 28, 2013

By Warren Eves We blew it last week when failing to hit the publish button and Wired Bryan won a stake. We’re confident we have found a next out maiden special weight winner in Rickashea. Rickashea, making his second start on turf, could not have run [...]

Napravnik’s Post Ky Derby Comments Are Duly Noted; Collmus’s Says It Was His Toughest Ever Race To Call

Warren Eves | May 6, 2013

By Warren Eves Rosie Napravnik’s post race Kentucky Derby comments caught our attention. Forget the fact we had the winner Orb who won like he laid over the field. The fifth place effort of Mylute may be worth noting.  Napravnik couldn’t hide obvious enthusiasm in post [...]

Veteran Trainer Ray Odom, Sr. Lauds Owner Cluer; Former Turf Paradise Head Was Hands On Operator

Warren Eves | March 9, 2013

By Warren Eves Owners like Walter Cluer are badly missed in horse racing. “He was the best,” says Ray Odom, Sr., who is in his 55th year as a thoroughbred trainer at Turf Paradise. Cluer, a millwork founder and manufacturer from Phoenix, bought 1400 acres of [...]

Leggy War Dancer’s Debut Surge Catches The Eye; Wonder What Future Price Avello Would Give You

Warren Eves | January 12, 2013

By Warren Eves If I were still living in Las Vegas I’d make a future Derby wager on War Dancer. Yeah, I’m still having these foolish thoughts about cashing in bigtime on one of the most difficult bets of mankind.  That would be a futures wager where one attempts [...]

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 [...]

Tizracer Surfaces In Very First Race of Belmont Meet; Tiznow Colt’s 1-Turn Mile Romp Sure Was Impressive

Warren Eves | September 21, 2012

By Warren Eves The 37-day Fall Championship meet at Belmont Park started off with a bang. In the first race of the day on September 8 a colt named Tizracer improved eons–taking a one-turn mile by 10-1/2 while well in hand. Reports have it the Tiznow [...]

2-Yr-Old Filly Named Sign Overcomes Start To Romp: You Never Know What Each Racing Day May Bring

Warren Eves | August 26, 2012

By Warren Eves You never know what the next race may bring. Sunday’s second at Saratoga Race Course is a perfect example. A two-year-old filly named Sign spiked interest and intrigue as she won her debut after a poor beginning. The hype was [...]

Bern Identity My Do Even Better With Outside Trip; Youngster Not Deterred Pinned Inside In Sanford

Warren Eves | July 22, 2012

By Warren Eves Ramon Dominguez won six but lady rider Rosie Napranik took the coveted $200K Sanford with Bern Identity on Sunday. It was a better than looked win at Saratoga Racecourse by Bern Identity.  Many two-year-olds are intimidated when forced to race down on the inside early on in [...]