Thoroughbred Racing and other opinions.
- Looks like Michael Iavarone has been reading this blog. His idea about a match race with Curlin looks awfully familiar, don't it?
Yeah but, 10:00 P.M.? I will be there.
Mike Iavarone is all class.
billybats say's you must be on qualudes if you believe that Iavarone wastes his time watching Left at the Gate blog LOL ya maybe he will buy sweetie pie ( Rap Tale ) from you Alan. At least he would know what level to run the horse.
I heard Monmouth Park lured him away from the Spa for his next start?Not confirmed, but working on it.The birdie tells me there lots of money on the table to get him back.
As I posted a week ago, NYRA should just deny Dutrow his stall for Big Brown. Campo sounds like he is on the verge of doing so in today's quote."The New York Racing Association's racing secretary, P.J. Campo, confirmed that Dutrow called his office at Saratoga early Friday seeking permission to work Big Brown over the Aqueduct turf course."The grass course at Aqueduct is normally open for training on Thursdays at this time of year, and we need time to plan ahead to accommodate special requests," said Campo. "We're not a training center, and he should have given us a little more notice to plan ahead. Cones have to be put up, and there are lots of things to take care of to open the course. He needs to take care of his business properly and give us some advance notice. Rick's got 40 stalls at Monmouth Park. I'm sure they could accommodate him on their turf course.""