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Thoroughbred Bloggers Alliance posts tagged "That's Amore Stable"

Lentenor and the Future of Racing

It's the sort of news that typically generates exactly no coverage in the mainstream media and not much in racing media: a three year-old of modest accomplishment, on the extreme fringes of the Kentucky Derby conversation, runs in a Florida Derby dramatically weakened by the defection of the two best sophomores training in that state this year. ... Read More

A Beautiful Day for a Night Game

It has taken racing about 74 years to discover--and, surely, that's the wrong word--that scheduling races at a time convenient to fans is a way to encourage more of them to come out.... Read More

Signs of Spring

To me, the surest sign of approaching spring is the debut of turf racing in the mid-Atlantic. And though yesterday dawned cold and gray and rainy, spring announced its arrival in Laurel's fifth race, a 1 1/16 mile turf test for maidens.... Read More

What's In a Name?

When True Quality snuck off to win yesterday's General George at Laurel, he not only earned his first graded stakes victory but also struck a blow for that hoary old chestnut of name type: the aspirational name.... Read More

Something Missing

Here's what wasn't in Sunday's Washington Post: One word about horse racing nationally or locally. Not one word about, for example, Laurel's What a Summer Stakes, in which young filly Access Fee ran her record to four-for-four at Laurel and punched her ticket to next month's Grade II Barbara Fritchie.... Read More

TBA Partnership Week

I thought I would take this 'quiet' day to introduce you to your TBA bloggers this week. All three run partnerships of various sizes, shapes and forms. No, this won't be a week long commercial of 'join my group', but rather views on racing from one of the many unique perspectives the TBA offers up to readers. In our case: owners.... Read More

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