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Racing Dudes Coast to Coast Preview: Saturday 5-26-12

Race 7 – Arlington Matron Stakes (Grade 3) – Solid race for older filly and mares going one and one-eigth on the all-weather track.  The morning line favorite is Upperline, but she’ll be challenged by Kathmanblu for that favoritism at post time.  481 more words

Horse Racing

Winter Memories Chasing 2nd Grade 1

The Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup Stakes (gr.1) is setting up as a terrific clash of the nation’s overwhelmingly best sophomore turf fillies. Of the eight 3-year-old entrants set to contest the 1 1/8 mile contest, six of them are graded stakes winners and three are grade 1 winners. 584 more words

Kathmanblu

Winter Memories Vs. the Field

Winter Memories turned in the worst effort of her brilliant career last month when she finished fourth in the Woodford Reserve Lake Placid Stakes (gr.2) after enduring a horrible trip boxed in on the rails. 314 more words

Kathmanblu

Kentucky Oaks 137: A Day of Pink

Racing’s day of pink has arrived. In just a few short hours Churchill Downs will slowly begin to fill with thousands of fans ready to witness an exciting day of racing and the stands will rapidly become a sea of pink. 380 more words

Kentucky Oaks

"downthestretchs" 2011 Kentucky Oaks Selections with Past Performances!

We’ve read all of the Past Performances for this field of 13, 3yo young ladies.

We’ve studied the morning workout reports and watch all of video we could find on these fine fillies. 825 more words

Horse Racing News

Kentucky Oaks Updates: Firing off Works

The 136th Kentucky Oaks is just one week away. In seven short days one of the nation’s leading fillies will cross the line first to seize leadership of the division, or at least that how it seems it should work out on paper. 374 more words

Kentucky Derby

17 Days and Counting: The Novel Nine

Just two weeks and four short days remain until the running of the 137th Kentucky Oaks on Friday May 6th at Churchill Downs. In stark contrast to the current disarray that the three-year-old male division finds itself in with heavy Derby favorites falling by the way side left and right, the three-year-old filly division remains stronger than ever and appears to be headed for one of the deepest Oaks fields in modern history. 323 more words

Kentucky Oaks