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  1. She ran well without being asked. Having said that, it was a shitty field. Linda Toscano is very patient and is not asking too much too soon. I have no doubt she is going to beat the best mares over here though. I am looking out for Lazarus'es. Noel Daley has 3 and said two of them were hard to gait and they both were gelded. He has a decent filly. Any of these videos they do that have Lazarus offspring, I will post here for you guys.
  2. With Todd Mc Carthy driving. Dexter was on Watch Me Now in 1.51.4. Amazing Dream settled 3rd and ran well under hand without being asked for anything Linda Toscano is training Amazing Dream. If the video becomes available will post it here for you guys!
  3. But running a second quarter in 30 and change as embarrassing. 1:56 is way too slow for these horses. I guess I've been over here too long in the USA but they should be running the 1st half of miles over there in better than 56. Particularly on tracks like Ashburton and Winton, especially with the better class of horse. They have the right idea at Menangle and that is a perfect track for high speed but back there IMO, there needs to be more mile racing and there is no reason why some of the top horses cannot run in 1:50 at Ashburton or down south. Granted that bigger fields there are suited t
  4. Impressive run 1st up. Must not have gotten sick when he arrived because he qualified twice in February and then raced right away. https://playmeadowlands.com/racing/live-replay-video/ It's Race 9. That is an impressive run 1st up as it was cold. Looks like he will do well here but I would bet money that he bounces next start although Linda Toscano is as good of a trainer as you can get. Well known for really giving her horses the best care. She trained Walner, who she said was the best horse she has ever trained and even better than some of her great pac
  5. Will do!!!! I can't believe he only fetched $155,000 US. I will keep an eye out in the coming months when the baby races start. Many of the big stables go down to Florida and train over the winter.
  6. Also Ake Svanstedt imported this horse Ecurie D from Sweden and after being here for nearly 5 months, he came out and beat some of the best here in US in a total jog. He believes he can set the world trotting record of 1.48 4/5th very easily. This horse looks like a machine. I hope you guys enjoy these videos..
  7. She raced barefoot and Yanick Gingras didn't let her go in the run home as she wanted to pace with no weight. He said she could have gone 1.48 and change if he had let her go.
  8. Creatine sired the Kentucky Futurity winner today in Jujubee who had already trotted to a Meadowlands Track Record for a 3yo in 1.49 4/5ths. Today he won in 1.49 3/5ths and Andrew McCarthy said he trotted home in 54 second like he was going 58. Anyone who has Andover Hall (or Angus Hall , Conway Hall mares, they are gold mines for breeding. I notice quite a few Andover and Angus Hall's over there.
  9. Also noticing many of the Warner's are in bred to varying degrees because you cannot have enough Amour Angus in your pedigree. Walner's Great Grandfather is Conway Hall and some of the yearlings have Andover Hall and Angus Hall closer up on the dam's side. Thjis is the way to go, the off spring have more speed and can run the moment they hit the ground
  10. Next Lazarus not until #146 and the rest are on the later days of sale Surprised the Lazarus did not go for more. That's from a great family
  11. Thomas Pollack, Pennsylvania. The trotting side is just blowing away the pacers like they do every year. There was a beautiful Walner colt out of All the Time who won The Hambo Oaks, and her full sister was Ariana G who won that alos and nearly 3 million. Cannot believe he only went for $135,000 A Walner filly (Stunning good looker) went for $800,000. Nancy Takter purchased her.
  12. Out of a champion mare in Worldly Beauty by Artsplace, Won over 1.9 mil
  13. a 3yo Trotter by Creatine just ran 1:49 4/5ths I also think we just saw one of the fastest 3/4's in harness racing history in 1:18.3 t by Tattoo Artist and he walked home and won by a nose in 1:47.1. First Q in 25 flat and half in 52 flat. Nandolo was beaten a nose This track is lightning fast. Maybe the 1:46 for pacers is in danger
  14. chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/viewer.html?pdfurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thebigm.com%2FuploadedFiles%2FHandicapping%2FPast_Performances%2Fmxx0807p.pdf&clen=1071307 Dexter has chosen to drive Really Fast who ran second in his heat to Captain Corey. Quite a tough race as any one of 5 can win it in my opinion. The fastest horse who can close and can blister off the gate is Sonofamystery. If he minds his manners he could be very hard to beat. Captain Corey is also very fast and his trainer mentioned that he lost his long stride while he was growing and last Saturda
  15. Dexter won with Manchego who beat the hot favourite Atlanta in 1:49.4 which is a stakes record and at least the 3rd time Manchego has trotted better than 1:50 Dexter won the Open Mares FFA with JK First Lady in 1:47 and change And what a clusterfuck the Meadowlands Pace was. The winner got DQ'ed and may have been screwed by Southwind Gendry who put in rough steps, went back on Charlie May the original winner who then caused interference to Dexter and a few others. The Ron Burke horse Southwind Gendry was pacing roughly and stopping and went back on Charlie May.
  16. Actually, she led, then 2 hole and pulled at the top of the stretch
  17. 1 qualifier then wins at 8-1 odds Todd Mc Carthy blasts her to the front then runs a slow 2nd quarter and wins in 1:49 and change by a good 5 lengths
  18. He is not even the best older horse here. There are half a dozen better than him. The Walner's are starting to run at the qualifiers. 4 of them won today at Meadowlands. They are all machines. Walner was a champion who was getting ready for the Hambletonian. He had already trotter 1.50.1 on his ear. He had a minor suspensory problem so they retired him. They sold at the yearling sales last year for huge prices. One of them trotted his last quarter in 27 flat the first ever run. We know what a great sire Muscle Hill is but the word is these are better with a flawless ga
  19. http://ustrottingnews.com/this-is-the-plan-captures-200000-battle-of-lake-erie-in-world-record-147-3/
  20. Jesus Christ, I just read the decision. How the hell did he think he could get away with all this. The guy has an addiction but he had to be made an example of because of the harm he has done to racing. Plenty of scumbags up here in the good old USA. There is a big case that has been going on involving a couple of top thoroughbred trainers and a few harness trainers along with Vets. Trainers buying illegal substances off a guy who pretended to be a pharmacist with horses being doped and quite a few dying. Many of these are going to Federal Prison. The owner of the Meadowlands hi
  21. Over here in the USA, the trotters fetch top prices at Yearling sales over the pacers and the biggest race here now is The Hambletonian. It was 1.5 million but in recent years it is $1 mil. Of course it is so expensive to get into the game here. I would like to get back into it but you need to have a shitload of money. If I was going to buy one at the sales, it almost certainly would be an Andover Hall. He's 22 now so he is coming to the end of it but he has at last count 13 millionaires and 7 of those are females. He is having a big impact with his daughters. They are pure gold so if you
  22. Here's a good one. Bob McClure is one of the best and won the Hambletonian in 2019 in his 1st drive in race. He's tops in Canada.
  23. There are others here https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=mic'd+up+presented+by+infotrac