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Oklahoma-bred Plum Gorgeous could be special; Snickerboxer’s number could be misleading at Oak

Warren Eves | February 2, 2017

By Warren Eves Sometimes a performance jumps off the page at you. That would be the case of a maiden $40,000 six-furlong dash January 26 at Oaklawn Park. Plum Gorgeous wired a field of eight impressively for red-hot trainer Federico Villafranco. Who knows [...]

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 [...]

Gambler Says Sport Of Kings Needs Innovative Wager; Exhange Wagering Gives Player Major Hedging Option

Warren Eves | January 24, 2014

By Warren Eves “It’s well past time for a major innovation to the Sport of Kings, and exchange wagering is precisely that winning ticket!” Those are the words of a veteran horse racing gambler who asked for his name not to be used. ┬áHis comments came on the heels [...]

What’s The Story Behind 4YOF Jan’s Perfect Star?; Oaklawn Park Filly May Put Sire Imperialism On Map

Warren Eves | February 8, 2013

By Warren Eves A maiden first time starter named Jan’s Perfect Star caught my attention on Thursday at Oaklawn. She breezed to the lead off the top of the turn and Alex Birzer had her wrapped up before the wire. Jan’s Perfect Star is by Imperialism, [...]