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BELMONT FINISH

7 June 2014 | 11:22 pm Graphic lists the results of the 146th running of the Belmont Stakes; 2c x 4 inches; 96.3 mm x 101 mm; http://news.yahoo.com/belmont-finish-232236625.html

California Chrome Chases History at Belmont Stakes

7 June 2014 | 2:19 pm Horse racing enthusiasts celebrate today in light of the Triple Crown chases conclusion taking place at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. This is the final stage in the Triple Crown, an event which sees three year old horses racing three chases consisting of the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes. http://www.onlinecasinoreports.com/news/theheadlines/2014/6/7/california-chrome-chases-history-at-belmont-stakes.php

Hoge: Predicting The Unpredictable Belmont Stakes

6 June 2014 | 10:10 pm By Adam Hoge- (CBS) Unpredictability. Its what makes horse racing great. Its what makes it maddening. Its what gives you a chance a haul in a big return on a $1 bet. Its what leaves [] http://chicago.cbslocal.com/?p=558322

Tonalist wins Belmont Stakes, favorite California Chrome ties for 4th …

7 June 2014 | 11:03 pm Tonalist #11, ridden by Joel Rosario, races to the finish line enroute to winning the 146th running of the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park on June 7, 2014 in Elmont, New York. (Photo by Travis Lindquist/Getty Images). ELMONT, N.Y. (PIX11/AP) There was no coronation at … The result means the longest drought without a Triple Crown champion in history is extended. California Chrome and jockey Victor Espinoza lost the 1 1/2-mile race on a hot day at Belmont Park, … http://pix11.com/2014/06/07/tonalist-wins-belmont-stakes-favorite-california-chrome-ties-for-4th/

2014 Belmont Stakes Results and Payouts – News – Stories …

7 June 2014 | 11:03 pm The official 2014 Belmont Stakes results and payouts are in and #11 Tonalist beats from the pack and #8 Commissioner takes second place. 2014 Belmont Stakes Results and Payouts: … http://pregame.com/sports/stories/b/news/archive/2014/06/07/2014-belmont-stakes-results-and-payouts.aspx

2014 Belmont Stakes video replay: California Chrome comes up …

7 June 2014 | 11:02 pm California Chrome's bid to win the Triple Crown came up short, with Tonalist winning the Belmont Stakes. Re-live the … Belmont Stakes 2014 results: Tonalist wins Belmont Stakes, keeps California Chrome from Triple Crown. http://www.sbnation.com/2014/6/7/5789492/belmont-stakes-2014-video-replay-california-chrome-tonalist

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    • Curator says:

      A.P. Indy is a Thoroughbred.

      You can view his race record here: http://www.equibase.com/profiles/Results.cfm?type=Horse&refno=1245197&registry=T

      View his pedigree here: http://www.pedigreequery.com/ap+indy

      A.P. Indy, a royally bred son of Triple Crown Champ Seattle Slew out of the stakes winning mare Weekend Surprise (by Triple Crown Champ Secretariat) won the Belmont Stakes and the Breeders’ Cup Classic, earning Champion 3 YO and Horse of the Year honors in 1992.

      At stud, A.P. Indy was recognized as one of the best stallions of our time. He was designated an Intermediate/Classic Chef-de-Race indicating that he passes classic stamina to his offspring. A.P. Indy is the best son of his sire, Seattle Slew, to stand at stud. His sons Pulpit, Bernardini, Malibu Moon and Flatter are a few of his best stallion sons. A.P. Indy is recognized as a top broodmare sire as well.

      To date, A.P. Indy has sired 18 crops of racing age, 11 Champions, 86 graded stakes winners, 149 stakes winners and 83 stakes placed runners. His last crop are 2013 two year olds. A.P. Indy was retired from breeding in 2011 due to declining fertility.

  • Who Do You Think Is The Best Colt On The Derby Trail And Why? There are a lot of surprising & talented colts on the 2013 Derby Trail.
    who are your favorites.?
    my top three are :

    1. Shanghai Bobby (Harlan’s Holiday x Steelin’ by Orientate) – undefeated in five starts, including the Breeder’s Cup Juvenile, this horse pedigree says no for distance. however, this horse has a quality that not many have, hes very determined. his trainer & jockey said he can make the distance for sure. everyone said Secretariat couldn’t go the distance also, so i’m not willing to give up on this champion just yet either. his sire had 3 G1 wins (Florida Derby, Blue Grass Stakes, & Donn Handicap), his grandsire, winner of the Breeder’s Cup Sprint in 2002 IS a champion sprinter.

    2. Purple Egg (Lion Heart x Luminous Prize by Prized) this horse is starting to gain a huge fan club, after being unheard of for a long time. he hasn’t raced in very many big races yet, but this gelding is undefeated. his next start will be in the Holy Bull, with Shanghai Bobby. his sire had 2 G1 wins (Cashcall Futurity & the Haskell) & placed second in the Kentucky Derby. his grandsire was the Breeder’s Cup Turf champion in 1989.

    3. Violence (Medaglia d’Oro x Violent Beauty by Gone West) this undefeated colt was the winner of the 2012 CashCall Futurity. he has the perfect pedigree to become great, & may have the best chance of winning the Derby. his sire had 3 G1’s (Traver’s Stakes, Whitney Handicap, & Donn Handicap) but also placed second in the Wood Memorial, Belmont Stakes, Pacific Classic, & the Breeder’s Cup Classic TWICE.
    i think a huge threat is about to be debuted though, hes taking forever to enter a maiden race, but his works have been nearly perfect.

    Powerful (AP Indy x Malka by Deputy Minister) has a nearly perfect pedigree for every race in the Triple Crown, & has posted great works. plus, hes the best looking colt that i’ve ever seen. i think his connections are taking their time with him, i’ve heard hes something special.

    • Curator says:

      Interesting list Queen K..Look forward to see Purple Egg race. Agree with Shanghai Bobby and Violence both on my watch list along with Overanalyze and #1 on leader board Goldencents both are impressive winners of more than one race and are the rightful early favorites for the Derby. Some alternatives to my favorites are Normandy Invasion and Frac Daddy, both have impressive second place finishes in graded stakes races. Others with impressive maiden wins, but have no Road to the Derby points. New system is somewhat shaky or should I say shady, not sure if we’ll have any filly’s in the making with the new system.
      No qualifying races are shorter than 1 mile. Also, fillies must qualify in the same races as males if they are pointing for the Kentucky Derby. There is a separate point system for the Kentucky Oaks.Graded earnings will be used as a tiebreaker. Races restricted to fillies will not count toward Kentucky Derby points, and only three foreign races will count.A similar system is also in place for the Kentucky Oaks, but fillies who want in the Derby will have to compete in with the colts for Derby points. While those Derby points earned by fillies will also count toward the Oaks, Oaks points will not count towards the Derby.

      so far the top 5 on the leader board for the Kentucky Derby (points & earnings)

      Goldencents … 24 … $680,000
      Shanghai Bobby … 20 … $1,651,000
      Violence … 10 … $495,000
      Joha … 10 … $370,538
      Overanalyze … 10 … $296,381

      and leader board for the Kentucky Oaks (points & earnings)

      Executiveprivilege … 15 … $910,000
      Seaneen Girl … 14 … $143,621
      Dreaming of Julia … 12 … $489,000
      Kauai Katie … 11 … $420,000
      Beholder … 10 … $1,140,000

      As time goes by we’ll learn more.. 🙂

      Prep Races for Janurary- (Race that have already been run have winner listed).
      (Also, races marked with an asterisk * below are points-scoring prep races).

      J A N U A R Y
      1 Gulfstream Park Derby Gulfstream 1 M
      Results: 1:34.39 – Itsmyluckyday, Sr. Quisqueyano, Undrafted
      1 Spectacular Bid Stakes Gulfstream 6 F
      Results: 1:11.39 – Merit Man, City of Weston, Little Distorted
      5 Jerome Stakes Aqueduct 1 M 70 Yards
      Results: 1:40.67 – Vyjack, Siete de Oros, Amerigo Vespucci
      5 Big Drama Stakes Delta Downs 7 F
      Results: 1:27.46 – King Henny, Mr. Bandini’s Band, Hero Force
      5 *Sham Stakes Santa Anita 1 M
      Results: 1:36.50 – Goldencents, Den’s Legacy, Mandando
      5 Turfway Prevue Stakes Turfway 6 1/2 F
      Results: 1:18.31 – Mac the Man, Smokinindaboysroom, Lew and Mike
      12 California Derby Golden Gate 1 1/16 M
      12 Pasco Stakes Tampa Bay Downs 7 F
      19 *Lecomte Stakes Fair Grounds 1 M 40 yards
      19 Frank Whiteley Stakes Laurel 7 F
      19 Groovy Stakes Sam Houston Park 7 F
      19 Pepsi Cola Handicap Sunland Park 6 F
      20 Kitten’s Joy Stakes Gulfstream 1 1/16 M Turf
      21 *Smarty Jones Stakes Oaklawn 1 M
      21 Jimmy Winkfield Stakes Aqueduct 6 F
      26 *Holy Bull Stakes Gulfstream 1 M
      26 California Breeders Champion Stakes Santa Anita 1 M
      26 Allen’s Landing Stakes Sam Houston Park 7 F

      (Edited to write more)

  • Lynn says:

    Can You Tell Me A Little More About These Horses? I already know a little bit about them, but I was wondering if you could provide more information.

    Delineator (Stallion-1991) USA

    Tanya Darling (Mare-1998) CAN

    Storm Cat (Stallion-1983) USA

    Mountain Climber (Mare-1982) USA

    Devil On Ice (Stallion-1989) USA

    Temper Tantrum (Mare-1992) USA

    Storm Bird (Stallion-1978)

    Terlingua (Mare-1978)

    Grey Dawn (Stallion-1962)

    Alpine Lass (Mare-1972)

    Devil’s Bag (Stallion-1981)

    Ivy Road (Mare-1975)

    Temperence Hill (Stallion-1977)

    Juliac (Mare-1983)

    Northern Dancer (Stallion-1961)

    South Ocean (Mare-1967)

    Secretariat (Stallion-1970)

    Crimson Saint (Mare-1969)

    Herbager (Stallion-1956)

    Polamia (Mare-1955)

    Bold Ruler (Stallion-1954)

    Castle Forbes (Mare-1961)

    Halo (Stallion-1969)

    Ballade (Mare-1972)

    Dr Fager (Stallion-1964)

    Ride the trails (Mare-1971)

    Stop the Music (Stallion-1970)

    Sister Shannon (Mare-1965)

    Accipiter (Stallion-1971)

    Juliet (Mare-1966)

    If you don’t want to go through all of them the ones I’m more curious about are:

    Devil on Ice, Devil’s Bag, Temperence Hill, Stop the Music, Delineator, Storm Cat, Storm Bird, Terlingua, Grey Dawn, Northern Dancer, Secretariat, Crimson Saint, Herbager, and Bold Ruler.

    Thanks so much!

    • Curator says:

      I haven’t heard of some of these but here’s a few I know:

      Secretariat- Triple crown winner in 1973. His dam is Somethingroyal, sire is Bold Ruler. His sire’s owner was a very wealthy man who did a coin toss every year with Somethingroyal’s owner. Whoever won, picked the broodmare they wanted their foal from (there was a choice of 2 broodmares, Something royal being one of them). Bold Ruler’s owner won, but he picked the other mare since she was younger (they produce better foals when they’re young). But that’s just how Somethingroyal’s owner wanted it. Because Somethingroyal had the better bloodk=lines, and that’s what really mattered. Sure enough, Secretariat is the greatest racehorse of all time.

      Storm Cat- He won some big races, don’t know which ones. But he was a MEAN stud! And he passed that along to all of his foals. They had to put caution tape around his stall because he’d attack you when you walk by. Also, Storm Bird is out of Storm Cat.

      Bold Ruler- Very well bred stud with great races. But, he was all speed and no endurance. He passed that onto his foals, with the exception being Secretariat.

      Northern Dancer- One of THE most influential TB sires of all time, look at any TB’s pedigree and 90% he’ll be right there. At three, Northern Dancer won the Grade I Flamingo Stakes and the Grade I Florida Derby with jockey Bill Shoemaker aboard. Before the running of the Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Kentucky, trainer Horatio Luro asked Shoemaker to make a commitment to ride Northern Dancer in the Kentucky Derby. But Shoemaker chose a colt he had never ridden named Hill Rise as his Derby mount. The unbeaten Hill Rise had an impressive campaign in California, winning the San Felipe Stakes and the Grade I Santa Anita Derby. Shoemaker campaigned hard to get Hill Rise as his mount, believing the colt represented his best chance for a Derby win. As a result of Shoemaker’s decision, Bill Hartack became Northern Dancer’s permanent jockey and guided him to victories in the Blue Grass and the Kentucky Derby, winning the Derby over a fast finishing Hill Rise in a record time that stood until it was broken by Secretariat in 1973. (Secretariat’s record still stands). Hartack and Northern Dancer won the Preakness Stakes, and finished third in the Belmont Stakes to Quadrangle and Roman Brother. After the Belmont, Northern Dancer won Canada’s Queen’s Plate by seven and a half lengths before tenderness in his left front tendon ended his racing career. He was named North America’s champion three-year-old colt of 1964, and Canadian Horse of the Year.

  • Kookykoo says:

    Difference In Turfs At Kentucky Derby, Preakness And Belmont Stakes? Can anyone tell me the difference in these three racetracks from the horse’s perspective? Good luck.

    • Curator says:

      Surface- The Kentucky Derby/Churchill Downs is based more on power than speed, depending on the weather conditions, Preakness/Pimlico plays as a faster race track. Both courses use the same dirt around the course, but Pimlico’s surface is much more firm than Churchill Downs. At Pimlico where the Preakness is held, the horses tend to gain better traction with their footing. This allows the horses to get better push with their legs and run faster than they normally would. So, horses are going to run faster at Pimlico than at either Churchill Downs or the Belmont Stakes as a result. The Belmont can be a difficult, it has a deep, sandy surface, and asking a horse to run a mile and a half for the only time in his life around big sweeping turns on top of a deep, sandy racetrack. Reason why Belmont’s nick name is known as the “Big Sandy” and has a circumference of 1½ miles (2,414 m). Plus, temperatures can change the track’s sandy mixture where it’s challenging for horses to handle the way the track tends to cup horses’ hooves..some are able to handle this while other don’t..so, weather conditions play a bit part in track conditions..

      Dirt Track Conditions

      Fast – Horses generally record their fastest times over dry surfaces, so some genius somewhere decided to label dry dirt tracks you guessed it – fast.”

      Wet-Fast – A wet fast surface produces fast times, but over a track with moisture on top. A thin layer of water over a dirt surface that produces fast times could be labeled wet-fast.

      Good – A drying out dirt surface that is producing slower times than a fast track would.

      Muddy – A wet, deep dirt surface.

      Sloppy – A dirt surface covered in water generally enough to produce splashing when the horses run.

      Frozen – A dirt surface that contains moisture that is frozen – a very hard surface.

      Slow – A deep, drying out dirt surface that is producing slow times.

      Heavy – A deep, wet, heavy dirt surface that is tiring to run on and produces very slow times.

      Turf (Grass) Course Conditions

      Firm – A dry turf course with a slight give to it (corresponds with fast on a dirt surface).

      Good – A relatively firm turf course containing some moisture and slightly more give.

      Soft – A turf course that contains a good amount of moisture and substantial give.

      Yielding – A very wet turf course that is deep and produces slower times.

      Heavy – A deep, heavy and often waterlogged turf course that produces very slow times.
      Judging how a horse will perform over different turf course conditions can sometimes be difficult. A horse that performs well on both firm and heavy turf courses may not perform well over a yielding course.

      Always, check the past performances for good races over the track conditions for that day. In racing there’s a diversity of breeds and the Triple Crown is really just a competition based on speed and endurance. There is really no way to know which horses will be able to handle each of these distances and the variety conditions that the weather can bring.. for none of these horses have ever tried it before. Which makes it all the more intriguing. Enjoy the Belmont 🙂

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