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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 [...]

NHBPA’s Hanrahan Ripped for Out of Touch Stance; Lyons Asks Congress To Act on Drug Free Equine Bill

Warren Eves | November 26, 2013

By Warren Eves The testimony of the NHBPA representative in Congress November 21st was appalling. Philip Hanrahan may be a skilled lawyer but his priority was obviously agenda based beyond belief. “The NHBPA draws a clear distinction between illegal doping and lawful therapeutic medication that has [...]

Is Macho Macho A 3yo Comer In Asmussen Barn?; Skyring Is Example Of Poly To Dirt Turn Around

Warren Eves | May 7, 2012

By Warren Eves Story lines galore. That was the end result after doing several days of reviewing the May 5th Kentucky Derby card at Churchill Downs. Will Macho Macho become the budding sophomore in Steve Asmussen’s barn? Where will D. Wayne Lukas’ Skyring [...]

Animal Kingdom To Make Comeback in World Cup; Best You Follow Michell Lovell At The Fairgrounds

Warren Eves | December 16, 2011

By Warren Eves Animal Kingdom will make his comeback in the Dubai World Cup. And guess who’s starting off right where she left off last winter at the Fairgrounds?  Michelle Lovell. We learned about plans for Animal Kingdom when I sent out an e-mail and spelled confirmation [...]

Fort Larned Exited ‘Key Race’ To Impress Breaking Mdn; The Hunt For Live Ky Derby Colts Is Underway

Warren H. Eves | January 9, 2011

By Warren Eves Fort Larned is a name we suggest you follow. He’s among a legion of newly turned three-year-old who will not be found on most Kentucky Derby chase radar screens. Saturday January 8th many new sophomores were in action across the country.  Determinato won the six [...]

First Dude–A Colt That May Be Under The Radar

Warren Eves | January 30, 2010

By Warren Eves
Add First Dude to the list of Derby possibilities.
Dale Romans sent out the Stephen Got Even colt to win Gulfstream Park’s 7th Saturday, Jan., 30th, a one turn mile for maiden three-year-olds.  First Dude had not raced since finishing second in a strong maiden special weights route at Churchill Downs last November.  Jesus Castanon had a lot of [...]