Ever a Derby Winner With Better Credentials Than Nyquist?

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NEWS - Article posted on Sunday 08 May

Ever a Derby Winner With Better Credentials Than Nyquist?

For all the negative buzz about Nyquist's average speed figures and vulnerability, the newly crowned and much-deserving 2016 Kentucky Derby winner might just have the most impeccable credentials of any Derby winner in the illustrious history of the race - and certainly in the modern era.
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NEWS - Article posted on Tuesday 03 May

Rachel’s Valentina Looking to Add to Dam’s Legacy in $1 Million Kentucky Oaks 

Rachel’s Valentina Looking to Add to Dam’s Legacy in $1 Million Kentucky Oaks On Friday at Churchill Downs, the field has been set for the 142nd running of the $1 million Kentucky Oaks. The Grade 1 event, carded at a mile and an eighth, has drawn a full field of fourteen three-year-old fillies with one listed as an also-eligible.
NEWS - Article posted on Wednesday 20 April

Tampa Derby Worth Another Look as KY Derby Approaches 

Tampa Derby Worth Another Look as KY Derby Approaches With the final round of Kentucky Derby preps in the books, it seems improbable, but arguable that the March 12 Tampa Derby was the most useful and review-worthy of the 24 official point-bearing races in 2016.
NEWS - Article posted on Sunday 17 April

Grade 3 Beaumont Comes Up Short, But Features Potential Star 

Grade 3 Beaumont Comes Up Short, But Features Potential Star The handicapping public may find it difficult to get worked into a lather over the five-horse field set to contest the Grade 3 Beaumont Stakes Sunday, April 17 at Keeneland, but there's at least one filly worth keeping a close eye one.
NEWS - Article posted on Friday 15 April

Effinex and Upstart Set to Face Off in $750,000 Oaklawn Handicap 

Effinex and Upstart Set to Face Off in $750,000 Oaklawn Handicap On Saturday at Oaklawn Park, the stakes action will continue with the $750,000 Oaklawn Handicap. Scheduled to be run at a mile and an eighth on the main track, the Grade 2 has drawn a competitive field of eight colts and geldings.
NEWS - Article posted on Thursday 07 April

Two Breeders’ Cup Winners Clash in $300,000 Madison Stakes 

Two Breeders’ Cup Winners Clash in $300,000 Madison Stakes On Saturday at Keeneland, the top class stakes action will continue with the $300,000 Madison Stakes. Scheduled to be run at seven furlongs, the Grade 1 event has drawn a stellar field of thirteen fillies and mares.
NEWS - Article posted on Wednesday 06 April

Derby Spots Up for Grabs in Grade 1 Bluegrass Stakes 

Derby Spots Up for Grabs in Grade 1 Bluegrass Stakes Opening day at Keeneland features its usual bevy of top-class stakes action, led by the Grade 1, $1 million Blue Grass Stakes as an overflow field of 16, including two from the also-eligible list will contest the mile and one eighth race worth 100 Kentucky Derby qualifying points.
NEWS - Article posted on Thursday 31 March

Full Field of Twelve Set for $100,000 Bourbonette Oaks 

Full Field of Twelve Set for $100,000 Bourbonette Oaks On Saturday at Turfway Park, the graded stakes action will kick off with the $100,000 Bourbonette Oaks. Restricted to three-year-old fillies, the Grade 3 event will be contested at one mile on the synthetic main track and has drawn a full field of twelve with two others entered as also-eligible.
NEWS - Article posted on Wednesday 23 March

Chocolate Ride the One to Beat in Grade 2, $300,000 Muniz Memorial 

Chocolate Ride the One to Beat in Grade 2, $300,000 Muniz Memorial Betting against Chocolate Ride at the Fair Grounds has been a fruitless proposition for those with that though in mind, and could be so again as the six year-old gelding faces ten rivals March 26 in the Muniz Memorial Handicap.
NEWS - Article posted on Thursday 17 March

Thrilled Making Sophomore Debut in $200,000 Plum Pretty Stakes 

Thrilled Making Sophomore Debut in $200,000 Plum Pretty Stakes On Saturday at Sunland Park, the track will host the $200,000 Plum Pretty Stakes. Restricted to three-year-old fillies, the race will be contested at a mile and a sixteenth and has drawn a field of seven.
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