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  • Daddy's Kid is running February 21st in the Fair Grounds Handicap. He will be ridden by Xaiver Perez. He is trained by Reid Nagle and owned by Big Lick farm.
  • Smooth Daddy is running February 21st in the Canadian Turf Stakes. He will be ridden by Luis Saez. he is trained by Tom Albertrani and owned by Robert Baker.
  • Spanish Pipedream is running February 22nd in the Cincinnati Trophy Stakes. She will be ridden by Mario Pino. She is trained by Wesley Ward and owned by Hat Creek Racing.
  • True to You is running February 22nd in the Cincinnati Trophy Stakes. She will be ridden by Albin Jimenez. She is trained by Tm Amoss and owned by Midwest Thoroughbreds Inc.
  • Midnight Trace is running February 28th in the John Battaglia Memorial Stakes. He will be ridden by Angel Serpa. He is trained by Graham Motion and owned by West Point Thoroughbreds LLC.
  • Hip No. 130, a colt by Scat Daddy —Alittlebitearly, by Thunder Gulch. Consigned by Crupi's New Castle Farm. "This colt is the real deal," J.J. Crupi said of the half brother to 2014 Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I) winner Bayern who worked a spirited eighth of a mile in :10 1/5 at the breeze show.

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  • El Kabeir is running March 7th in the Gotham Stakes. He will ridden by Charles Lopez. he is trained by John Terranova II and owned by Zayat Stables LLC.
  • Cardinal Girl is running March 7th in the Allen LaCombe Memorial Stakes. She will be ridden by Marcelino Pedroza. She is trained by Tim Glyshaw and owned by Heaven Can Wait LLC.
  • El Kabeir John P. Terranova, II

    Scat Daddy—Great Venue, by Unbridled's Song

    He is another who is from the old school, and he is always full of surprises, as you never know what kind of race he’s going to run. He’s gone from speed freak to stalker to Silky Sullivan, winning the Gotham from far off the pace and doing it by design and not due to a bad start or early traffic problems. This is a fascinating colt, who like another Zayat 3-year-old, Mr. Z, is indefatigable and tough as nails, and you can’t help but admire horses like this, who go out race after race and fight to the finish every time. In the Gotham, he was taken to the back of the pack, dropping more than a dozen lengths off the lead and looked to be totally out of the race. But he made a long sustained run and just kept getting stronger, mowing down horses one by one and easily drawing off to a clear-cut victory. Granted, this was a weak field, but he sure did it the right way. There is a question whether he wants any part of 1 1/4 miles, but Derby horse or no Derby horse this is a fun horse to have in the barn who is going to win a lot of races this year.



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  • El Kabeir John P. Terranova, II

    Scat Daddy—Great Venue, by Unbridled's Song

    There are so many horses I can put in this final spot, but I decided to stick with him, because of his overall record, consistency, and versatility, and because he keeps coming back and giving 100 percent, whether on the lead, stalking the pace, or coming from THE CLOUDS. His Beyer speed figures are too consistent without showing improvement, for whatever that’s worth, and there is a major question how effective he’ll be going 1 1/4 miles. But we’ll let him take us as far as he can; he deserves it. And it’s not like his pedigree is inundated with sprinters, as his sire and broodmare sire and maternal great-grandsire all won the Florida Derby. But there are a number of speed influences top and bottom and we don’t know if there is enough stamina to override them. Owned by Zayat Stables, along with the speedy and game Mr. Z., I imagine the Zayats will think long and hard about whether to point El Kabeir and Mr. Z to the Derby or possibly contemplate the Preakness. But that is still a long way off. Let’s see how they run in the Wood Memorial and Louisiana Derby, respectively, and how American Pharoah does in his next start. The bottom line is, this is a horse anyone would love to have in their barn.



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  • Daddy D T is running March 21st in the Pasadena Stakes. He will be ridden by Joe Talamo. He is trained by John Sadler and owned by Hronis Racing LLC.
  • Wireless Future is running March 21st in the Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati Spiral Stakes. He will be ridden by Florent Geroux. He is trained by Tom Amoss and owned by Klaravich Stables Inc.
  • QueenZFan22QueenZFan22 Member
    edited March 2015
    Scat Means Go is running March 22nd in the Sunland Park Oaks. She will be ridden by Luis Contreras. She is trained by Henry Dominguez and owned by Kirk and Judy Robison.
  • El Kabeir John P. Terranova, II

    Scat Daddy—Great Venue, by Unbridled's Song

    He showed his sharpness by breezing a 5f in a bullet :59 4/5 on the Belmont training track March 22, fastest of 30 works at the distance. I have no idea if he’s good enough to win the Wood Memorial or to be considered a legitimate Kentucky Derby contender, but you can’t help but admire his record, having finished first or second in five graded stakes and doing it in just about every way conceivable. His maiden wire-to-wire 10 3/4-length maiden score in 1:22 flat at Saratoga last year was one of the most impressive 2-year-old performances of the year. Then he stretches out to two turns and wins the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes on the front end. This year he comes from a stalking position in third to win the Jerome, and finally wins the Gotham going always by coming from ninth, 12 lengths off the pace. We will find out in the Wood just who this horse really is, whether he can keep stretching out, and where he fits in the Derby picture.



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  • Celestine is running March 29th in the Sanibel Island Handicap. She will be ridden by Rajiv Maragh. She is trained by William Kaplan and owned by Phaedrus Flights LLC.
  • El Kabeir is running April 4th in the Twinspires.com Wood Memorial Stakes. He will be ridden by Charles Lopez. He is trained by John Terranova II and owned by Zayat Stables LLC.
  • Brian Zipse: El Kabeir (Scat Daddy--Great Venue, by Unbridled’s Song) - What’s not to like? Since running poorly in the slop of the Champagne, he has finished first or second in five consecutive graded stakes. He also showed a new dimension when he came from well back to sweep to victory in the Gotham. It would be no surprise to see him and CC Lopez in the winner’s circle again on Saturday, but I have to wonder if eventually he is going to find a field just a little too tough for him. That could come in his final Derby prep, but more likely, he will be right there at the finish. Major Player
    Matt Shifman; El Kabeir [ML 3-1, Terranova/Lopez] – With this Zayat Stables runner already Kentucky Derby qualified, will trainer John Terranova have him at 100%? I know El Kabeir loves to train and to compete and I hope this FEEL GOOD story for jockey Chuckie Lopez continues. His versatility will serve him well in a race in which just about any kind of pace could develop. El Kabeir should receive a lot of support from the betting public. Contender
  • Prettypriceygirl is running April 11th in the Czaria Handicap. She will be ridden by Isaias Enriquez. She is trained by Justin Evans and owned by SEJ Stables Inc.
  • Spanish Pipedream is running April 12th in the Star Shoot Stakes. She will be ridden by Rafael Manuel Hernandez. She is trained by Wesley Ward and owned by Hat Creek Racing.
  • El Kabeir John P. Terranova, II

    Scat Daddy—Great Venue, by Unbridled's SONG
    Sorry, I am taking the liberty of making it a baker’s dozen this week, as I am unable to leave him off. Call it a parting gift to myself on what likely is the final online Derby Dozen of the year. It’s been a blast. He bounced out of the Wood Memorial by working a sharp 5f in 1:00. This colt never ceases to amaze me, with his versatility, toughness, and durability. And now with Calvin Borel back aboard, he has a three-time Derby winner who has owned Churchill Downs and has already won a grade II stakes on El Kabeir at Churchill. Another amazing aspect of this colt is that, starting six races back, he ran two races on the front end, finishing first and second; then ran two races coming from just off the pace, finishing first and second; and finally ran two races coming from dead last and next-to-last, finishing first and third. For those concerned about his failure threaten the top two in the Wood, Lopez’ ride may have cost him a CHANCE TO WIN, but strictly as a Derby prep it was the perfect prep for him, as he already had enough points and the last thing he needed was another hard race after running in seven graded stakes in the last 6 1/2 months. This race was no different than the ride Jorge Chavez gave Monarchos in the 2001 Wood when he elected to save his horse and not beat him up to try to catch Congaree, who won comfortably by nearly 3 lengths. Monarchos, of course, came back to run the second fastest Derby in history. Another reason why El Kabeir didn’t threaten the top two is because they both had outside trips, while El Kabeir remained behind horses on a day when the kickback was particularly harsh and was actually hurting the jockeys when it hit them in the face and chest. He didn’t start running until he was out in the clear, and by then it was too late. There is a question of stamina with him, but, how can you not admire this horse?



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  • Jersey Jules is running May 2nd in the Parx Oaks. She will be ridden by Clinton Potts. She is trained by Mark Salvaggio and owned by Kenwood Racing.
  • Scat Means Go is running May 1st in the Eight Belles Stakes. She will be ridden by Joel Rosario. She is trained by Henry Dominguez and owned by J. Kirk and Judy Robison.
  • Lavender Chrissie is running May 1st in the Eight Belles Stakes. She will be ridden by Javier Castellano. She is trained by Dale Romans and owned by West Point Thoroughbreds LLC.
  • Conquest Boogaloo is running May 2nd in the Queenston Stakes. He will be ridden by Patrick Husbands. He is trained by Mark Casse and owned by Conquest Stables LLC.
  • Midnight Trace is running May 2nd in the Queenston Stakes. He will be ridden by Alan Garcia. He is trained by Graham Motion and owned by West Point Thoroughbreds Inc.
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