Breeders' Cup

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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

Saturday Picks, Part 1

Marathon Earlier in the week I was leaning towards Delightful Kiss , who enters in good form and has consecutive grade III wins over synthetic surfaces. His bullet work at Golden Gate Oct. 12 confirms... Read More

Can Kip Deville Be Beaten?

Every racing fan has their favorite and most memorable moments. Last year, for me, it was the Woodbine Mile. Who can forget the breathtaking rail move by Shakespeare, who came from eighth and 7 1/2 lengths... Read More

Division Leaders

We're now a little more than five weeks into the Breeders' Cup season and the divisions are beginning to take shape. The continuing story thus far is how the male division seemingly gets more ordinary... Read More

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