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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 [...]

Osterman’s ‘Sick Of The Whip’ Column Stirs Debate; Former Trainer-Gallop Boy Rose Makes His Case

Warren Eves | March 22, 2013

By Warren Eves Former trainer Bobby Rose takes issue with one of horse racing’s best turf writers Tim Osterman. Osterman wrote in his “Sick of the Whip” column for Today’s Racing Digest: “In a sport that is in dire need of more folks in the seats, racing continues to [...]

Eves Play – 4/20/10

Warren Eves | April 19, 2010

Eves Play April 20
8th Sunland Park—(Post 3:43)—

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4-Horse Santa Barbara Illustrates What’s Wrong At ‘Anita; Sunland Purses Are Surely To Hurt SoCal

Warren Eves | April 18, 2010

By Warren Eves Saturday’s Grade 2 Santa Barbara Handicap should be downgraded. Santa Anita Park’s racing department is on life support. Add to the SoCal racing plight the lucrative purses at Sunland Park.    Four horses went in the Santa Barbara in Arcadia on Saturday.  [...]

Eves’ Plays 4/6/10

Warren Eves | April 5, 2010

8th Hawthorne—If the same phenomenon prevails as last year then W W American(8) will graduate the maiden ranks here.  She was third over and wide down the backstretch and second on the far turn.  WW American gained the lead in the stretch to have the look of a winner.  Emigh should use her early for [...]

Eves Plays 3/28/10

Warren Eves | March 27, 2010

2nd Santa Anita—Intothewild(3) gets a huge switch in jocks.  He goes from the 7-pound bug to Bejarano.  Intothewild was simply too tall an order for the apprentice.  He was pulling and had the young rider steadying to that first right hand turn coming off the hill.  Then when Intothewild came across the dirt track he [...]