Breeders' Cup Classic

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Where to Begin

How does one even begin to comment on this year’s wild and crazy Breeders’ Cup? Pro-Ride form, the absence of any injuries, the filly phenomena, the European butt-whipping, Santa Anita, Horse of the Year... Read More

Breeders' Cup Winners of the Past

Courtesy of Becky Johnston Each year when the Breeders' Cup comes around I start thinking about the winners of the past. So I thought I would take a look at my top three races or winners in the seven core... Read More

Must Win for Curlin

By Alan Mann , Left at the Gate I know that Patrick would like to see Curlin disappear . That seems like wishful thinking to me. I believe that Curlin will win the Classic. Actually, he has to win. Forget... Read More

P.G. and a Horse Called Volponi

Although it’s only been six years since Volponi’s stunning shocker in the Breeders’ Cup Classic, in which he demolished a star-studded field at odds of 43-1, the horse has pretty much faded from public... Read More

Invasor Remembered

With the unfortunate retirement of Big Brown , the Breeders’ Cup pre-entries, a weekly column to write, and preparation for the Breeders' Cup Classic occupying most of my time this week, I thought, because... Read More

Tiz and The Iron Horse

A look at the leading North American sires list shows Tiznow ranked No. 2 and Giant’s Causeway No. 3. What else is new? They wouldn’t have it any other way. The two horses have been pretty much joined... Read More

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