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Originally posted by Brudder_A Brudder_A wrote:

 Listed Smarty Jones Stakes over 1 mile at Oaklawn Park, Hot Springs, Arkansas

Gray Attempt (Graydar out of Attempt to Name, by Consolidator) 9/4 second favourite let from start to finish to win by a neck over Long Range Toddy with Bolder another neck away in third in the time of 1:36.94.

Gray Attempt is in 11th place in the qualification point standings


Next: Three events this coming Saturday:

G2 Holy Bull Stakes @ Gulfstream Park, Florida 1 1/16 miles
G3 Withers Stakes @ Aqueduct, New York 1 1/16 miles
G3 Robert B. Lewis Stakes @ Santa Anita Park, California 1 1/16 miles
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Feb 2nd Saturday:

G2 Holy Bull Stakes @ Gulfstream Park, Florida 1 1/16 miles

In a massive upset Harvey Wallbanger (Congrats out of Adorabell, by Distorted Humor) starting at 30/1 blew past the 9/10 odds on favourite Maximus Mischief (3rd) in the dying stages of the event with 125/1 Everfast finishing gamely for 2nd in a time of 1:43.69.


G3 Withers Stakes @ Aqueduct, New York 1 1/8 miles

Tax  (Arch out of Toll, by Giant's Causeway) started the 2/1 fav battled on the rail to win by a head over Not That Brady with Our Braintrust a neck away in third in a time of 1:50.23. Tax had finished 3rd to Maximus Mischief as a 2YO in the G2 Remsen Stakes last season and now joins him in the Kentucky Derby qualification point standings on 12 points in 8th place.

G3 Robert B. Lewis Stakes @ Santa Anita Park, California 1 1/16 miles

The event was held in the slop as a massive winter storm pounded SoCal on Saturday. This did not stop Bob Baffert's trained Mucho Gusto (Mucho Macho Man out of Itsagiantcauseway, by Giant's Causeway) easily winning by nearly 5 lengths as the 4/5on favourite over usual late finisher Gunmetal Grey with Easy Shot battling away in third place. The time was 1:41.81 sealed but sloppy track.



Next Saturday: Feb 9 G3 Sam. F. Davis Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs over 1 1/16 miles
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Thanks Brudder.  The Derby's getting just that little bit closer.
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Saturday: Feb 9 G3 Sam. F. Davis Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs over 1 1/16 miles

Well Defined (With Distinction out of Fru Fru, by Medaglia d'Oro) starting at the nice odds of 7/1 set the pace and won comfortably in the end by nearly 3 lengths over the fast finishing 3/1 second favourite Kentucky Wildcat with So Alive a distant third in a time of 1:42.70. Well Defined picked up his first qualification points is 14th in the standings. Unfortunately Kentucky Wildcat suffered a condylar fracture and is out for a while.

Next: President's Day long weekend

Saturday Feb 16
Listed El Camino Real Derby over 1 1/8 miles @ Golden Gates Fields

Monday Feb 17
G3 Southwest Stakes over 1 1/16 miles @ Oaklawn Park
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Saturday Feb 16
Listed El Camino Real Derby over 1 1/8 miles @ Golden Gates Fields

6/5 favourite Anothertwistafate (Scat Daddy out of Imprecation, by First Defence) led from the start and then blew them all away in the straight to win by a 7 lengths in the end with second favourite Bob Baffert's trained Kingly a clear second and More Ice finishing third. The time was 1:50.38. A very impressive victory which gives an automatic entry for the second leg of the Triple Crown (The Preakness).

G2 Risen Star Stakes over 1 1/16 miles @ Fair Grounds, New Orleans

I mistakenly omitted the first event of First Leg of the Championship series where the points rise to 50 points for the winner. The event was won by War of Will who continued his excellent form after winning the LeComte Stakes starting as the Even money favourite. War of Will jumps to the top of the qualification standings with 60 points. Also of interest were the placegetters who finished from far behind and were making up much ground in their efforts. Notably Country Road (7/1),  Roiland (70/1) and even 4th place finisher Hog Creek Hustle who were all at the back for most of the race. It will be interesting to where these horses are pointed in the next months as distances increase.

Monday Feb 17
G3 Southwest Stakes over 1 1/16 miles @ Oaklawn Park, Hot Springs, Arkansas

The biggest upset of the weekend was the victory of 62/1 longshot Super Steed (Bred by the 2010 Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver out of Totally Tucker, by Elusive Quality) who was behind early and then rallied 5 wide on the turn to take the lead and then held on in the straight to win by 3/4 length over Californina Sueno and ever consistent Long Range Toddy.

Next: Continuation of the First Leg of the Championship series

These events carry more qualification points and the stakes increase.

Saturday March 2nd
Fountain of Youth Stakes over 1 1/16 miles @ Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach, Florida
 
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Saturday March 2nd
G2 Fountain of Youth Stakes over 1 1/16 miles @ Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach, Florida

All eyes were on the 13th event of a 14 race card meeting. Code of Honor (Noble Mission(GB) out of Reunited, by Dixie Union) starting at 9/1 rallied from midfield to wipe out his failure in his previous race by holding off fast finishing Bourbon War (9/2) by 3/4 of a length with second favourite Vekoma (32/10) two lengths away in 3rd. The heavily supported 6/5 favourite Hidden Scroll finished fourth after carving suicidal fractions trying to lead all the way in replication of his previous fourteen length maiden win. The class rise to this event proved too much. The Shug McGaughey trained winner Code of Honor is now second in the qualification standings with 54 points.

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G3 Gotham Stakes (1 mile) @ Aqueduct, Ozone Park, NY
G2 San Felipe Stakes (1 1/16 miles) @ Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, CA
G2 Tampa Bay Derby  (1 1/16 miles) @ Tampa Bay Downs, Westchase, FL
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Starting to hot up just a tad.
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Santa Anita Park has cancelled horse racing indefinitely after the latest in a series of horse fatalities at the renowned track.

The track has now suffered 21 fatalities in racing and training since the winter meeting began on December 26.
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G3 Gotham Stakes (1 mile) @ Aqueduct, Ozone Park, NY

Shadwell Farms' Haikal (9/2) (Daaher out of Sablah, by Distorted Humor) laid off the fast pace set by Californian invaders Much Better (5/1) and even money favourite Instagrand to finish over all the leaders winning by a length in a time of 1:35.63. Mind Control was second followed by Instagrand in 3rd by 1/2 a length. Haikal garnered his first qualification points and sits in third place in the standings.

G2 Tampa Bay Derby  (1 1/16 miles) @ Tampa Bay Downs, Westchase, FL

Juddmonte Farms' Tacitcus (9/1) (Tapit out of Close Hatches, by First Defence) unhurried early, moved up two wide on the far turn, gained the lead near the sixteenth pole and moved clear under urging to win by 1 1/4 lengths in stakes record time of 1:41.90, .15 seconds outside the track record. Outshine finished well for 2nd with 7/5 favourite Win Win Win in third spot and leader Zenden a 1/2 length away in fourth.

G3 Jeff Ruby Steaks (sic)  (1 1/8 miles) @ Turfway Park, Florence, KY

Again I missed noting that this event was held this weekend. In the qualification evens the Jeff Ruby Steaks is a "Wild Card" offering 34 qualification points. Also this event is held on the synthetic polytrack surface.

Odds on favourite (3/5on) starting from the wide №10 barrier Somelikeithotbrown (Big Brown out of Marilyn Monroan, by Tapit) led throughout winning in 3 1/4 lengths in 1:52.05. Non nominated to the Kentucky Derby Dynamic Racer (45/1) was second and another outsider Moonster at 60/1 was third. The winner was most impressive and it will be most interesting where he heads to next to next since he needs more qualification points to lock a spot in the Kentucky Derby.

G2 San Felipe Stakes (1 1/16 miles) @ Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, CA

As noted by horseshoe Santa Anita closed their track due to the number of equine fatalities and weather issues which affected the track surface. The race has been essentially abandoned for 2019. What is interesting is that Oaklawn Park in Arkansas has offered to split the US$1 million G2 Rebel Stakes into two divisions next Saturday by offering US$500,000 additional to the purse money if there are at least 10 entries for each divisions to help out the Californian contenders. Very sporting! Lets see what happens next weekend!

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Stronach Group makes changes at Santa Anita, along with closing, with zero drug tolerance and whip use limits after 22nd death during current meet.
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/another-horse-dies-santa-anita-race-track-n983361
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After reading that story it's obvious they still haven't realised that using a diuretic on Raceday is not the real problem but what they put in them leading UP to Raceday, the abuse of bute and other blockers should be barred like we have here imo.
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Originally posted by Carioca Carioca wrote:

After reading that story it's obvious they still haven't realised that using a diuretic on Raceday is not the real problem but what they put in them leading UP to Raceday, the abuse of bute and other blockers should be barred like we have here imo.


Santa Anita also abandoned its synthetic track in 2014. They are also checking the track surface. Since some of the breakdowns have occurred on turf, I tend to agree with you.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/more/la-sp-santa-anita-racing-deaths-20190309-story.html

Further the industry has historically been so invested in drugs, we have just bred ourselves into this situation. Sturdy racehorses won't ever return. At least, that is the case here in the states.
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Santa Anita and horsemen agree to phrase out Lasix. Track will open on Monday.

https://www.paulickreport.com/news/the-biz/stronach-group-horsemen-agree-to-phase-out-lasix-santa-anita-will-race-friday/
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Reading a few comments Shammy this decision about Lasix and other med .reductions have opened a can of worms but it appears the continued use over the years have created a " must have" mentality and has set like concrete in their DNA, in Sydney yesterday they raced on a heavy 10 ( max. reading in wet) some big fields and plenty of 2yo's, track raced very fair and safe ( grass) this is definately the preferred surface imo, much kinder on the structural features of the racehorse ( more maintenance ) I know but the end result keeps the nay sayers away , hope things improve out of these outcomes and they rip the track up too and start again.
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Hope things settle down Shammy.  I don't know much about dirt racing and the differences involved but so far and lasix is concerned.  We have plenty of USA bred sires and even a few mares.  We do get bleeders.  Even old Happy had a earlier bleed but trainers bring them up slowly and get plenty of work into them and most seem to stand up to racing again.  

It must be hard though if you get a very good horse that bleeds twice.  In Australia if that happens you can't race again.  Safety issues for both the horse and the jockeys.
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that should read - as far as lasix is concerned.
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Originally posted by furious furious wrote:

Hope things settle down Shammy.  I don't know much about dirt racing and the differences involved but so far and lasix is concerned.  We have plenty of USA bred sires and even a few mares.  We do get bleeders.  Even old Happy had a earlier bleed but trainers bring them up slowly and get plenty of work into them and most seem to stand up to racing again.  

It must be hard though if you get a very good horse that bleeds twice.  In Australia if that happens you can't race again.  Safety issues for both the horse and the jockeys.

A drug ban has been conversation for decades. Unfortunately, the industry leadership has cowardly avoided action. It is probably too late to repair the congenital damage.

Running on turf is the safest, but our tracks are not designed to handle full time turf racing. With the efficiency of our on track housing and training we have also depreciated the naturalism that all horses require for good health, physicality, and psychic. Few horses excell in this restricted environment. Few trainers in the states embrace the concept of yards, like in OZ or the UK.

The occurrence of 22 track deaths will bring PETA out with a vengeance.
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In the second tier of the Rebel Stakes Omaha Beach surely gained a lot of betting interest for the derby. Very game winner pardon the pun. Derby betting picks all over the place, as they should be in March.
https://www.kentuckyderby.com/wager/expert-picks

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I'm a bit late in my usual posting this week on the events that were held.

The reason was that I was travelling east from my winter residence of Las Vegas to the East Coast and I managed to time my journey so that I could make my maiden visitation to Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Since this was about halfway of the journey I was present for the Rebel Stakes day meeting.
The weather cool but dry and perfect for a spring day of racing.

G2 Rebel Stakes 1 1/16 miles Oaklawn Park, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Division 1 - Bob Baffert's first odds on (2/5on) Improbable from the wide barrier was forced to race wide and without cover could not hold off Long Range Toddy  (8/1) in the run to the wire. Another Californian Galilean was third. Time was 1:42.49.

Division 2 - As pointed out already Omaha Beach starting at 9/2 pipped the 2YO Champion Game Winner by a nose (1/2on) to complete the rout punters did not expect.

My take from the two results is that both Improbable and Game Winner needed the runs and win come back much the better and be something worth reckoning. Improbable is heading back to California and a probable start in the G1 Santa Anita Derby will be his next target. Baffert will avoid Game Winner clashing with him and could possibly leave the horse in Arkansas for the Arkansas Derby or ship to Kentucky for the Blue Grass Stakes.

Next week:

G2 Louisiana Derby 1 1/8 miles Fair Grounds, New Orleans, Louisiana

G3 Sunland Derby 1 1/8 miles Sunland Park, Sunland, New Mexico

My trip took me through New Mexico. I stayed overnight in Albuquerque. Then through Amarillo, Texas on I-40 and onwards to Oklahoma City where I stayed before travelling to Hot Springs, Arkansas. Wonderful trip and fantastic country.


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Hi ya Brudder, have to ask for a request if possible, could you track down a very good horse that left for the USA in the mid fifties, he came over as a 3yo to Sydney from NZ and at the time he left was up wither best , he was trained by Maurice McCarton and ridden by Neville Selwood who rated him the best he'd ridden until a Todman came along , his name was Prince Cortauld, hope you find something, thanks.
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Originally posted by Carioca Carioca wrote:

Hi ya Brudder, have to ask for a request if possible, could you track down a very good horse that left for the USA in the mid fifties, he came over as a 3yo to Sydney from NZ and at the time he left was up wither best , he was trained by Maurice McCarton and ridden by Neville Selwood who rated him the best he'd ridden until a Todman came along , his name was Prince Cortauld, hope you find something, thanks.


Hi Carioca!

As you know well in that period many a horse was bought and moved to the USA. Prince Cortauld was one of the more performers who excelled in OZ (Champagne Stakes @ 2YO, All Aged Stakes @ 3YO, Cantala Stakes and QE Stakes @ 4YO and Warwick Stakes and Caulfield Stakes @ 5YO - Just for the benefit of folks here in TBV that this horse was of the best at the time).

His last race in Australia was on Wednesday, October 12, 1955 when he won the Caulfield Stakes.

Not sure how the sale went to the US but his next race was over a year later (November 12, 1956) in the Washington D.C. International at Laurel, Maryland where he finished third to the English bred Master Boing. The event was only the 5th time being held but even then it was considered the Turf Championship in the US with International exposure added.

However, after this event it looks like his career went downhill. His next start was on New Year's Day (1957) on the West Coast at Santa Anita Park in California in the 1 1/4 miiles San Gabriel Handicap where he was unplaced. (New York Times)

The following information from equibase.
He had 14 more starts that year only to finish a best 3rd.
In 1958 he had his only victory in the US from 4 starts that year.

It would be interesting to get all his form in the US but I'm note sure it would be complete.








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Originally posted by Brudder_A Brudder_A wrote:

Originally posted by Carioca Carioca wrote:

Hi ya Brudder, have to ask for a request if possible, could you track down a very good horse that left for the USA in the mid fifties, he came over as a 3yo to Sydney from NZ and at the time he left was up wither best , he was trained by Maurice McCarton and ridden by Neville Selwood who rated him the best he'd ridden until a Todman came along , his name was Prince Cortauld, hope you find something, thanks.


Hi Carioca!

As you know well in that period many a horse was bought and moved to the USA. Prince Cortauld was one of the more performers who excelled in OZ (Champagne Stakes @ 2YO, All Aged Stakes @ 3YO, Cantala Stakes and QE Stakes @ 4YO and Warwick Stakes and Caulfield Stakes @ 5YO - Just for the benefit of folks here in TBV that this horse was of the best at the time).

His last race in Australia was on Wednesday, October 12, 1955 when he won the Caulfield Stakes.

Not sure how the sale went to the US but his next race was over a year later (November 12, 1956) in the Washington D.C. International at Laurel, Maryland where he finished third to the English bred Master Boing. The event was only the 5th time being held but even then it was considered the Turf Championship in the US with International exposure added.

However, after this event it looks like his career went downhill. His next start was on New Year's Day (1957) on the West Coast at Santa Anita Park in California in the 1 1/4 miiles San Gabriel Handicap where he was unplaced. (New York Times)

The following information from equibase.
He had 14 more starts that year only to finish a best 3rd.
In 1958 he had his only victory in the US from 4 starts that year.

It would be interesting to get all his form in the US but I'm note sure it would be complete.










Got curious myself, as PC was known to have a large heart. Could only find 2 offspring. One was a winless mare Lady Cortauld and a very sturdy winning horse Wallaby3.

https://www.pedigreequery.com/wallaby3

116 starts!

Neither Lady Cortauld or Wallaby3 were successful breeders.
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