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2012 Year in Review

As we reach the end of 2012, I present a review of our chosen stallions. The stallions are listed in alphabetical order. I have included some of their most accomplished/promising runners, as well as some... Read More

Introducing the 2012 Stallions

2012 Stallion Pages The 2012 Stallion Pages are now live. They include basic information about the stallions, as well as the current list of named 2-year-olds. At this time of the year, many 2-year-olds... Read More

Rachel vs. Zenyatta? Dream On

Over the last two days we have learned that Zenyatta is likely not leaving California and Rachel Alexandra won't be going to California. Great, isn't it? The two most popular horses in training this year... Read More

Out With the Old

So ends arguably the most tumultuous, controversial year in the annals of Thoroughbred racing. The sport no doubt is on the brink – of what we don’t quite know yet. But when PETA protests, congressional... Read More

Top 10 Performances of 2008

Although the Eclipse Awards are six weeks away and the best horses in each division will be decided then, I thought it would be a fun to do some voting of our own. Since I still haven't decided on some... Read More

Debunking the Myths

The Europeans whipped our butts in the Breeders’ Cup and are superior to American horses: Winning 5 of 14 races does not constitute a butt-whipping. Granted, winning five of the 10 races in which they... Read More

Horse of the Year Follies

So, will it be Curlin or Zenyatta for Horse of the Year? That is the question everyone – fans, writers, horsemen – either seem to be asking or are adamant about one way or the other. Obviously, a case... Read More

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