Belmont Stakes 2013



  • AmandaFAmandaF Member
    edited June 2013
    Point of Entry came out of Saturdays Manhatten with a Condylar fracture of the left hind cannon bone. He will have surgery to repair it.
  • LyndaKLyndaK Member
    A posting this morning on Orb's Facebook is that the Jim Dandy and the Travers are possible next races.
    There are many who think that if Orb has a successful summer campaign he could be Horse of the Year.
    Orb evidently came out of the race fine.
  • RachelRachel Member
    Kentucky Oaks winner Princess of Sylmar and Unlimited Budget are heading to the CCA Oaks as their next starts
  • RachelRachel Member
    Boisterous wins Monmouth Stakes for Shug. had no idea he was a Shug trainee. guess the derby makes you famous
  • KetaKeta Member
    Haskin's Belmont Recap: Malice in Wonderland
    Hangin with Haskin The Blood-Horse 10 Jun 2013 5:07 PM
    If this year’s Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands and Preakness Stakes taught us anything it is that Thoroughbred racing has its own unique way of transporting the past into the present, recycling great achievements and sometimes surpassing them.

    In the Derby and Preakness, we saw how names like Phipps, Janney, and McGaughey, and Lukas and Stevens, whose major accomplishments were believed to be in the past, came together to weave a stunning tapestry of the Turf, as fresh and contemporary as if it had been crafted in their younger days.

    Go back to May, 1990. The founder of racehorse syndicates, 62-year-old Cot Campbell, stands in his box at Pimlico and shouts at the top of his lungs, “Go on with him!...Go on with him!...Go on with him!” As his colt, Summer Squall, crosses the finish line, defeating Kentucky Derby winner Unbridled in the 115th Preakness Stakes, Campbell utters a few impious words and unleashes a flurry of left hooks into an invisible opponent.
  • RachelRachel Member
    edited June 2013
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