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Thirtysevenlives On Impressive in First Route Try; Carpe Diem Wins Claiborne Like He Could Be Special

Warren Eves | October 5, 2014

By Warren Eves You might want to monitor a juvenile named Thirtysevenliveson. Watched the re-run of Zayat Stable’s first try at two turning and it was a perfect example of grit and determination despite losing lots of ground at Keeneland on Oct., 4. The Dale Romans-trained [...]

Been Tough Sledding for Our Oaklawn HTW Playbacks; We’re Betting Texas-bred Mdn-Claimer Tree Top Society

Warren Eves | April 9, 2014

By Warren Eves It has not been business as usual for us at Oaklawn Park this year. We may have found a nugget while doing replay review of races April 3. A Texas-bred gelding, with ordinary drills, figures to graduate soon after his clear cut second [...]

The “They’re They Go” Staple Belongs To Joe Hernandez; Our Closer Look At Derby’s Final Fractions Reveal Clues

Warren Eves | May 12, 2011

By Warren Eves           It amazes me how soon we forget.           Larry Collmus did a great job first time out of the box for the network on Kentucky Derby Day.  Take it from someone who once had race calling aspirations–it ain’t as easy as it appears.  And…..close examination of [...]

Why Run Scrappy Roo On Anything But The Grass? Gangbuster’s Rally In No-Tempo Race Overlooked?

Warren H. Eves | January 4, 2011

By Warren Eves Why would a trainer run Scrappy Roo on anything but turf? The eight-year-old gelding won the featured 1-1/8 mile turf race at the Fair Gounds on January 3.  To say he was enjoying himself on the sod is an understatement. Scrappy Roo was [...]