Sarah reveals Duke Dosik DRF conspiracy on Larry’s show

Originally scheduled to be aired at 5:00 PM Sunday, the following show has been moved up to 3:00 PM to allow for the viewing of feature races from around the country. [Youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKxEFH-f8LU] For more on this issue, please read the following two posts from Jessica Chapel: Odd Voter Out On Voters, Politicking, and What Ifs Continue reading Sarah reveals Duke Dosik DRF conspiracy on Larry’s show

Zensational was sensational pinhook: $20,000 to $700,000

Multiple Grade 1 winner Zensational had a chance to be named the champion sprinter of 2009, but he inexplicably failed in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint and Kodiak Kowboy picked up the trophy. Both begin stud duty next month and are the subjects of recent blog posts by Frank Mitchell (Zensational) and Jack Werk (Kodiak Kowboy). Zensational is a son of the … Continue reading Zensational was sensational pinhook: $20,000 to $700,000

Jacqueline does it! Wins Indian Oaks today with panache

(Major Srinivas Nargolkar, former Keeper of the Indian Stud Book, reports from India that dual Guineas winner Jacqueline added the Oaks to her sparkling resume today with Richard Hughes aboard. Jacqueline is trained by former champion jockey Pesi Shroff, who last season conditioned the great Indian filly Set Alight.) Jacqueline (King Charlemagne – Talita Kumi) toyed with her nine … Continue reading Jacqueline does it! Wins Indian Oaks today with panache

When old news becomes new news after new cycle of spins

This isn’t meant as anything other than a wry observation on information flow. About a month ago, the Japanese blogger Futeki and I independently happened upon a note in La Nacion that Asiatic Boy had been retired and would enter stud at Haras Abolengo in Argentina in 2010.  Click here to read it. Then two days  ago, I tweeted … Continue reading When old news becomes new news after new cycle of spins