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ภารกิจของ Greg Harbut ในการแข่งม้าให้มากขึ้นคือการพาเขากลับเข้าชั้นเรียน ตั้งแต่เดือนมกราคมเธอเริ่มการบรรยายหลายชุดซึ่งเป็นส่วนหนึ่งของโครงการที่พักอาศัยของผู้ประกอบการที่มหาวิทยาลัยวิลเบอร์ฟอร์ซซึ่งเธอได้ฝากข้อความถึงนักศึกษาที่มหาวิทยาลัยแบล็กอันเก่าแก่ว่าการเข้าร่วมการแข่งรถอาจเป็นโอกาสในการทำงานที่ดี เป็นความพยายามล่าสุดที่จะช่วยให้เผ่าพันธุ์เอาชนะสิ่งที่เป็นปัญหาอย่างชัดเจนนั่นคือการขาดความหลากหลาย "อุตสาหกรรมนี้ดีมากเป็นอุตสาหกรรมที่มีตับและอุตสาหกรรมที่ให้โอกาสมากมายสำหรับฉัน" ฮาร์บัตฟาร์มตัวแทนเลือดกล่าวซึ่งทำให้เธอกลายเป็นหนึ่งในคนผิวดำไม่กี่คนที่มีบทบาทสำคัญในวงการกีฬา "จากมุมมองของความเป็นจริงไม่ใช่ชนกลุ่มน้อยในธุรกิจนี้เราต้องแสวงหากลยุทธ์เพื่อกำหนดเป้าหมายและกำหนดเป้าหมายผู้คนที่มีความหลากหลายและทำการตลาดไปยังผู้ที่มีสี" ประวัติของครอบครัวฮาร์บัตเมื่อการแข่งขันเป็น ยังคงอยู่ที่นั่นตั้งแต่ต้นศตวรรษที่ยี่สิบพ่อปู่ Harbut, Will เป็นลูกเขยของ Man O'War มานานปู่ของเขา Tom เป็นผู้จัดการม้าที่ Spendthrift Farm และเป็นม้าวิ่งที่ 1962 Kentucky Derby เนื่องจากเขาเป็นคนผิวดำ Tom Harbut จึงไม่ได้รับอนุญาตให้นั่งใน Grand Derby เพื่อชมการแข่งม้าพ่อของ Greg Harbut ไม่เข้าร่วมในกีฬา แต่ไม่ได้ป้องกันไม่ให้ลูกชายของเขาเข้าร่วมในธุรกิจเจ้าของ Harbut Bloodstock และ Harbut จบการศึกษาจากโครงการ Darley Flying Start ซึ่งเชี่ยวชาญในการค้นหาพี่น้องชั้นยอดสำหรับลูกค้าซึ่งหลายคนอยู่ต่างประเทศจาก Necker Island (Hard Spun) ผู้เริ่มต้นใน GI Kentucky Derby ในปี 2020 การมีส่วนร่วมของ Harbut ใน Derby เมื่อ Louisville รีบวิ่งไปสู่ความตายของ Breonna Taylor ซึ่งเป็นเรื่องราวที่มี ได้รับการบันทึกไว้เป็นอย่างดีและดึงดูดความสนใจของดร. Taisha Bradley รองประธานบริหารของโรงเรียนและหัวหน้าฝ่ายนวัตกรรมด้านนวัตกรรม เขารู้ว่าเขามีเรื่องราวผู้ชายแอฟริกันอเมริกันสามารถสร้างอุตสาหกรรมปกขาวได้อย่างไร “ นี่ยังคงเป็นตัวอย่างที่สำคัญของการเรียนรู้ที่จะเอาชนะอุปสรรคและปล่อยให้จินตนาการของคุณโลดโผน” ฮาร์บัตกล่าว "สิ่งนี้จะทำให้พวกเขาเปิดเผยและมีความเป็นไปได้ในการค้นหาสิ่งที่ต้องการประสบความสำเร็จจากนั้นสำรวจเราทุกคนเริ่มต้นด้วยขั้นตอนเดียว" เขากล่าวว่านักเรียนประมาณ 30 คนที่โรงเรียนนอกเมืองเดย์ตันรัฐโอไฮโอจะเข้าเรียนในวิทยาลัยและเขาต้องการทำงาน กับคนอื่น ๆ เพื่อให้ได้การฝึกงานในกลุ่มอุตสาหกรรมต่างๆ Harbut ผู้อาศัยในเล็กซิงตันยังกลายเป็นหนึ่งในผู้ก่อตั้ง Society Ed Brown เกิดมาจากการเป็นทาสบราวน์กลายเป็นหนึ่งในนักขี่ม้าที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในสมัยที่เธอได้รับรางวัล Belmont จ็อคกี้ของ S. 1870 และ Kentucky Derby ในปีพ. ศ. 2420 ในฐานะโค้ช Society จะมอบทุนการศึกษาให้กับนักเรียนชนกลุ่มน้อยที่ต้องการแข่งรถ Harbut ยังได้เริ่ม Living the Dream Stable ซึ่งเป็นหุ้นส่วนที่มุ่งเน้นเพื่อดึงดูดการครอบครองของอิรักเธอกล่าวว่าวิธีที่ง่ายที่สุด การเชื่อมต่อกับคนรุ่นใหม่คือการบอกเล่าเกี่ยวกับประวัติศาสตร์ของชาวแอฟริกันอเมริกันใน wi ต้นไม้กีฬา สิบห้าใน 28 คนแรกของ Kentucky Derbies ได้รับรางวัลจาก Black jockey “ ผมมีเรื่องราวเกี่ยวกับโค้ชและจ๊อกกี้เหล่านี้” เขากล่าว "เขาคือเลอบรอนเจมส์และไมเคิลจอร์แดนในสมัยของเขาการแข่งม้าเป็นกีฬาประเภทเดียวในเมืองและเขาถูกครอบงำและเขาก็ได้รับค่าตอบแทน" ทุกวันนี้มีจ็อกกี้สีดำเพียงไม่กี่ตัวและตั้งแต่ปีพ. ศ. 2464 ถึง พ.ศ. 2543 ไม่มีใครใส่ ขี่สีดำในการแข่งขัน ไม่ใช่แค่ดีเจ มีโค้ชดำเจ้าของพ่อพันธุ์แม่พันธุ์หรือผู้บริหารรถแข่งน้อยมาก มีช่วงเวลาหนึ่งที่หลายโครงการหันหลังให้กับคนผิวดำ ตอนนี้เรื่องนี้ไม่ได้กลายเป็นชาติพันธุ์หลัก Backstretch Latino เหล่านั้น แม้แต่แฟนกีฬาชาวไอริชก็ยังขาดมัน ซึ่งเป็นสาเหตุที่บางครั้ง Harbut รู้สึกไม่เพียงพอเมื่อต้องแข่งรถ “ มีการแข่งรถที่น่าจะสนุกกว่านี้” เขากล่าว "ฉันไม่รู้ว่ากี่ครั้งแล้วที่ฉันเดินเข้าไปในคลับเฮาส์หรือห้องชุดและคิดว่าฉันหลงทางไม่ฉันไม่หลงทางที่จริงฉันรวมอยู่ที่นี่แล้วและฉันก็ค่อนข้างสบายใจในการตั้งค่านี้เพียงแค่ฝึกอบรมพนักงานให้ สามารถจัดการกับสิ่งต่างๆได้เช่นนี้จะไปได้ไกล” สำหรับ Harbut การแก้ปัญหาเรื่องความหลากหลายไม่เพียง แต่จะดีสำหรับคนส่วนน้อยเท่านั้น แต่ยังรวมถึงกีฬาโดยรวมด้วย” หากคุณมองไปที่กีฬาอื่น ๆ ที่ถือเป็นกระแสหลัก กีฬาที่ไม่มีส่วนร่วมของชนกลุ่มน้อยพวกเขาจะเข้าใจว่าเหตุใดจึงเป็นปัญหา "เขากล่าวเขากล่าว" เขาออกไปข้างนอกและสร้างจุดยุทธศาสตร์เพื่อดึงดูดผู้ชมในวงกว้าง ตัวอย่างที่สำคัญคือ NASCAR ผ่านโปรแกรมความหลากหลายของเขาเขาผลิต Bubba Wallace หากกลุ่มใดกลุ่มหนึ่งไม่ได้แสดงโดยกีฬาพวกเขาก็จะไม่เป็นแฟน เมื่อมองไปรอบ ๆ แล้วไม่เห็นใครที่คล้ายกับคุณไม่ว่าจะเป็นโค้ชจ๊อกกี้หรือแฟนก็เป็นปัญหา สิ่งเหล่านี้เป็นอุปสรรคด้านกีฬาที่ต้องได้รับการแก้ไข Harbut ทำในสิ่งที่ทำได้ Ray Daniels หนึ่งในเจ้าของ Necker Island และหนึ่งในผู้ก่อตั้ง Ed Brown Society แต่ฮาร์บุตกล่าวว่าเขาไม่สามารถทำสิ่งนี้ได้ด้วยตัวเองและทุกอุตสาหกรรมต้องทำเช่นเดียวกันเพื่อขายให้กับคนผิวดำ “ คุณกำลังเผชิญกับอุตสาหกรรมที่สามารถทำได้ดีกว่าในเรื่องของการรวมและความหลากหลาย” เขากล่าว ฮาร์บัตจะยังคงทำงานต่อไปซึ่งสำหรับตอนนี้หมายถึงการบรรยายที่เขาต้องการเปิดโลกทัศน์ของนักเรียนวิลเบอร์ฟอร์ซ เป้าหมายนั้นง่ายมาก - เพื่อโน้มน้าวให้ธุรกิจแข่งม้าพยายาม
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Catching Up with PPAATH
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Last summer, the TDN was first introduced to the Project to Preserve African American Turf History (PPAATH), a Louisville-based group that promotes the education of African American contributions to racing throughout history. In 'The First Steps Towards Inclusiveness in Racing,' we spoke with CEO and Founder Leon Nichols on the inception of their organization and how they hope to change the sport of racing for the better. A few months after our meeting, the group was featured on NBC's coverage of the 146th Running of the Kentucky Derby in a lead-up story on Necker Island (Hard Spun), the first African American-owned Derby horse in the last 13 years. Since we last met, PPAATH has created several key partnerships that have allowed them to broaden their outreach. “Since July, it's been a fabulous growth period for us,” said Nichols. “It takes a community, but this history deserves no less and I think it's all about driving a narrative of diversity and inclusion. To see the evolvement of all this and see the commitment from business leaders and the educational community has been beyond our wildest dream.” We sat down with PPAATH and their partnership leaders as they shared what they've been up to recently. The Black Jockey Lounge Tawana Bain, the CEO of New Age Communications, did not grow up in Louisville, but the award-winning businesswoman said she will never forget her first Kentucky Derby experience. “When I first moved to Louisville, I had never seen anything so segregated as Derby week,” she said. “Depending on what social circle you traveled in, if you were a Black professional you were literally zig-zagging across 9th Street because the parties were so separate,” she continued, citing what is known as 'The 9th Street Divide' in Louisville, an invisible racial line that separates the east and west side of the city. She decided to work to change that four years ago when she created the Derby Diversity Business Summit (DDBS), an event that precedes the Kentucky Derby and helps promote the utilization of diverse business leaders while educating participants on the Kentucky Derby and the sport of horse racing. “The Summit's various events are designed to draw a community that has been left out of the Derby and attract them back to the Thoroughbred industry in general,” she said. Last year, Bain connected with PPAATH to help with a virtual DDBS experience on the history of Black jockeys. The event was held on the rooftop of Encore on 4th, a restaurant Bain has owned since 2018. Tawana Bain hopes her transformed restaurant will create a much-needed niche in Louisville. | photo courtesy Tawana Bain The evening was such a success that they were inspired to give the concept a more permanent structure by transforming Encore into a restaurant and entertainment venue geared towards celebrating the history of Black jockeys. They re-named the restaurant 'The Black Jockey Lounge.' “Prior to COVID, our venue was a destination venue,” Bain said. “It was an experience–the music, the food, the people you knew you would expect to see. We are no longer the only venue that caters to Black professionals who want to do something at night, which is a good thing, but we needed something to set us apart. This concept is unique. It's historic.” The Black Jockey Lounge, located on 630 S. Fourth Street in Louisville, officially opened this past weekend with live music from the KMF Band. PPAATH brings history to the re-designed space with artwork they have collected of some of the winningest jockeys in history. The menu has also been updated with racing-inspired items. Calvin Davis, PPAATH's President and Co-Founder, said that the restaurant's location makes it all the more unique. “This is a historical community being just across from The Palace Theatre and down the street from The Brown Hotel,” he said. “When Jimmy Winkfield [the last African American jockey to ride a Kentucky Derby winner in 1902] went to attend a luncheon held in his honor in 1961 at the Brown Hotel, he was not allowed into his own luncheon. A bellhop didn't recognize Mr. Winkfield and they didn't allow him in to receive his award.” Even 60 years later, Bain said their location is still an important site for the civil rights movement in the city. “During the civil unrest last year while we were boarded up, we were one of the stopping places for a lot of protesters of every race and age,” she said. “There's a history there with what we've experienced and who we cater to, and now it's a historical place for tourists who want to know the history and have great food. We really created a niche that I think this city needs and I think we've got something that can revitalize downtown.” “We think it's going to be something really unique,” Davis added. “It will be a fun place for all people to come get some really good, upscale food, but at the same time, leave with a nugget of history because these stories will just blow you away when you hear the accomplishments of these jockeys.” Peerless Craft Bourbon Commemorative Bottle James Natsis serves as PPAATH'S Vice President of Global Affairs and is also a writer for various publications around Louisville. In 2019, Natsis wrote a feature on the re-opening of Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company, a Louisville-based bourbon distillery that was revived that year after a 102-year hiatus. Recently, Natsis had the idea for PPAATH to join forces with the distillery. “They're a family-run business established in the 1880s, so I thought they would be perfect for us,” he said. “When I wrote them, I heard from their marketing person immediately. He was excited to meet with us and now we are making arrangements to launch the first-ever commemorative bottle of bourbon that pays tribute to Black jockeys.” “They're going to pay a percentage of the sales back to our organization and that will go to help PPAATH create those products and services that will help draw the dollar back to our community,” Davis said. The new bourbon edition is set to launch in mid-April in the weeks leading up to the Kentucky Derby. Race to Greatness The first Race to Greatness event was held at the Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs. | photo courtesy Von Purdy Von Purdy is the Director of Community Engagement and Development Officer at Simmons College of Kentucky, the only historically Black college in Louisville. Purdy had no prior connection to the racing industry when she noticed pictures of Black jockeys at Shirley May's Café, a historical soul food restaurant in Louisville's Smoketown district. She was shocked to learn the jockeys' stories. “I had no idea,” she said. “I don't think this town does a good job of highlighting the history of the Black jockeys, especially to people who aren't from here. I thought to myself, 'Why is Simmons not involved with this history since we're a place of education?'” Purdy was inspired to create 'Race to Greatness: A Celebration of the Black Jockeys of the Kentucky Derby.' The event is held annually as a brunch following Thunder Over Louisville, the annual kickoff to the Kentucky Derby Festival. To provide historical context for the event, Purdy enlisted the help of the PPAATH team to provide artwork and educational pieces for participants to learn from. The first Race to Greatness celebration was held in 2018, brought in 150 people and raised $45,000. The following year, it raised $145,000. While the event was cancelled last year due to COVID, Purdy said they have plans to bring it back this April. The first two functions were held at the Kentucky Derby Museum, but this year it will take place at Millionaire's Row at Churchill Downs. The venue can hold up to 800 people, but Purdy plans to limit the guest list to 300 to engage in proper social distancing. “We want to educate our students and the public and are using this event to do so,” she said. “We want to move the message to help highlight these jockeys.” Moving Forward PPAATH has several other projects on the horizon in the coming months. The Kentucky Derby Museum recently launched a newly expanded exhibit that showcases the impact African Americans have had on racing throughout history. PPAATH is working with the museum to provide colored prints for visitors to purchase and take home. “The museum has a visual history from their archives, but we're trying to develop a partnership where we can get artwork available for sale in the retail store so people can take these prints home,” said PPAATH's Vice President and Co-Founder Jerry Fife. “I think a combination of what we've been doing has made them realize the value of pulling this information out, literally out of the basement, and getting it in front of people.” In addition, PPAATH has partnered with Brown-Forman Corporation, one of the largest American-owned wine and spirits companies that manufactures, among others, Jack Daniel's and Woodford Reserve, to create a Black History Month Fireside Chat event for internal educational use within Brown-Forman's organization. Nichols said that this first collaboration has already created additional projects with Brown-Forman still in the early stages of development. Nichols said that he and his team are grateful for the media attention their group has received in the past few months that has allowed them to broaden their outreach to a wider audience. “The opportunities are endless and with the launch of the first bricks-and-mortar dedication with The Black Jockey Lounge, it's really gotten national attention with media waiting until it all comes together,” he said. “It's really not just a community or a state-wide initiation. The media has given some national legs to it.” Nichols said that now, more than ever, their mission is essential for the betterment of the racing community. “I always tell people it's eerily similar as far as the pulse of the nation in 2021 and what was the pulse of the nation in 1896,” he said. “The parallels are strikingly similar. As we know, coming out of the Jim Crow era on into the 20th century, it wasn't just the expulsion of talent, it was the expulsion of a consumer base that had been with horse racing for the last 200 years. Over time, the impact of that on the industry is still being felt today. Now we're in a space where the Kentucky Derby and horse racing in general can take the lead in being an ambassador to drive social change around this nation.”
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ความฝันของดาร์บี้ในปีนี้สามารถพิสูจน์ได้ว่าเร็วกว่าไอน้ำที่พุ่งขึ้นสู่อากาศน้ำแข็งในฮอตสปริงส์ แต่เจ้าของแชมเปี้ยนส์ลีกรู้แน่ว่าแผนพร้อมกับพันธุ์แท้สามารถใช้งานได้ชั่วคราวและความล่าช้าของการ์ดของ Oaklawn ในวันจันทร์เป็นเรื่องเล็กน้อยสำหรับ Essential Quality (Tapit) ในมุมมองของความยากลำบากที่อาจเกิดขึ้นกับเด็กดาร์บี้ Sheikh Mohammed ต้องการเพียงรอบสุดท้ายเท่านั้นและเด็กหนุ่มคนสุดท้ายที่ให้ความทะเยอทะยานอาจเป็นความทะเยอทะยานที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุดที่ยังคงสร้างอาณาจักรเลือดที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุดในประวัติศาสตร์ของสายพันธุ์ ใครก็ตามที่มีศักยภาพระดับหัวกะทิระดับสองจะรู้ดีว่าไฮไวร์ที่เปิดโอกาสให้ทุกคนพันธุ์แท้และมีเพียงคนเดียวเท่านั้นที่จะแข่งขันใน Kentucky Derby หากภายในฤดูร้อนที่สามเขาไม่แข็งแรงและไม่แข็งแรงในวันเสาร์แรกของเดือนพฤษภาคมโชคลาภจะไม่มีโอกาสได้รับโอกาสที่สอง คุณอาจยังไม่มีความยิ่งใหญ่ Travers หรือ Breeders Cup แต่จะไม่มีดาร์บี้ อย่างไรก็ตามในปี 2020 เรดิโอคาร์บอนปฏิทินคลาสสิกที่ไม่มีอยู่จริง (และไม่จำเป็นต้องโต้แย้ง) เสนอให้ม้าบางตัวต่อต้านแม้กระทั่งทำลายทรัพย์สินของผู้อื่น Nadal (Blame) และ Charlatan (Speightstown) แสดงความพร้อมสำหรับชั่วโมงที่กำหนดในขณะที่การติดตามที่หยุดนิ่งในสุดสัปดาห์นี้ช่วยให้ Class I สำหรับนักเรียนเกรดสองในวัน Derby อย่างไรก็ตามทั้งสองถูกทิ้งไว้ข้างหลังเมื่อเชอร์ชิลล์ทำในเดือนกันยายนดาร์บี้ในที่สุด ในทางกลับกัน Maxfield (Street Sense) ดูเหมือนจะถูกโยนออกจากด่านเก็บเงินหลังจากการปลดพนักงานทำให้ Derby ปกติตึงมากหากไม่เป็นไปไม่ได้มันจะถูกขัดจังหวะด้วยความปราชัยอีกครั้งในช่วงฤดูร้อน หวังเป็นอย่างยิ่งว่า Maxfield จะสร้างประวัติย่อที่ราบรื่นก่อนวันคริสต์มาสเพื่อกระตุ้นให้ผู้เข้าร่วมผู้ป่วยทุกคนพิสูจน์คุณค่าและศักยภาพของพวกเขาที่จะได้รับการสำรวจด้วยแคมเปญสี่แคมเปญต่อเนื่อง ดังนั้นแน่นอนว่าเขาต้องไปต่อในวันเสาร์ที่ GIII Mineshaft S. - การแข่งขันเพื่อเป็นเกียรติแก่ม้าในปี 2546 ซึ่งสร้างขึ้นบนรากฐานที่มีชื่อเสียงในสถานรับเลี้ยงเด็กในยุโรป Maxfield | ภาพม้าในบรรดาม้าฉันหวังว่าคุณจะสามารถดำเนินการต่อได้ และในขณะที่ Maxfield ให้บริบทอย่างรอบคอบ Godolphin ก็มั่นใจว่าจะมีเด็ก ๆ ที่สนุกสนาน นอกจากคุณภาพที่สำคัญแล้วยังมีความชุกของผู้ชนะหญิงสาวกัลฟ์สตรีมเบย์ (Medaglia d'Oro) ในขณะที่ Steve Sherack เพื่อนร่วมงานฉบับเมื่อวานนี้ได้เน้นย้ำถึงผู้มีโอกาสเป็นลูกค้าอย่าง Speaker’s Corner (Street Sense) อย่างไรก็ตามเมื่ออยู่ใกล้มือมากขึ้นความล่าช้าในการปรากฏตัวของผู้ชนะจะดึงดูด Proxy (Tapit) ที่เกี่ยวข้อง Star GII Risen S. นำลูกม้าตัวนี้ไปรีแมตช์กับคู่ที่เข้าใกล้เขาไม่เพียง แต่บนแท่น GIII Lecomte S. แต่จะมากหรือน้อยตั้งแต่เมื่อประตูเปิด สิ่งเหล่านี้ไม่ใช่แค่ม้าเหมือนขบวน แต่ทั้งสามมักดำรงตำแหน่งในขณะที่ Midnight Bourbon (Tiznow) ควบคุมจังหวะเบา ๆ ดูเหมือนว่าผู้ขับขี่ Proxy ต้องการสร้าง Mandaloun (Into Mischief) ในเรื่องนี้ซึ่งสามารถช่วยผู้นำในการหลีกเลี่ยงได้ แน่นอนว่า Proxy ได้ Johnny V. ในครั้งนี้ในขณะที่ให้ลำดับวงศ์ตระกูลด้วยเมล็ดพันธุ์โดยอิทธิพลแบบคลาสสิก ในฐานะอีกสายหนึ่งของ Tapit arc ภายใต้คุณภาพที่จำเป็นและรางวัลที่ดีที่สุด Proxy ได้รับรากฐานที่แข็งแกร่งเพื่อช่วยเพิ่มวุฒิภาวะทางจิตใจ (อยู่ภายใต้ความกดดัน) สำหรับความก้าวหน้าที่สามารถบรรลุได้ทางร่างกาย 'TDN Rising Star' มันดาลูน | Coady จะสังเกตได้ว่ามีเหตุการณ์ที่ง่ายมากสำหรับ Midnight Bourbon ในครั้งนี้ในขณะที่ Mandaloun ต้องเก่งเพื่อที่จะไม่ถูกจับอีกครั้งจากประตู 11 แน่นอนเขามีครอบครัวที่สนับสนุนฝ่าบาทซึ่งเป็นสิ่งใหม่โดย แท้เป็นม้าคลาสสิกที่ดี อันที่จริงนอกเหนือจากผู้ชายที่ทำหน้าที่เป็นตัวแทนในการถ่ายโอนไปยังจัดด์มอนเต (ผลิตอวัยวะสามตัวแรก) ยังมีสายของวิทนีย์ที่ไม่ขาดสายซึ่งย้อนกลับไปในปีพ. ศ. 2461! เรื่องใหญ่ที่เปิดตัวในการแข่งขันครั้งนี้คือ Senor Buscador (Mineshaft) บ้านของ Joe Peacock, Jr. ดูเหมือนพรสวรรค์ที่ระเบิดได้และสามารถยิ้มได้หลาย ๆ ใบหน้าใน Remington Park ในช่วงไม่กี่สัปดาห์ก่อนถึงวันที่ 1 พฤษภาคมหากให้ 50 Derby ที่นี่ เขาเป็นลูกครึ่งของ Runaway Ghost (Ghostzapper) ซึ่ง GIII Sunland Derby เมื่อหลายปีก่อนยังคงชนะด้วยการเดิมพันที่ จำกัด ระหว่าง 1,158 โดยรวมสำหรับ Todd Fincher การแข่งรถรุ่นเก๋าทุกที่จะสนุกมากในขณะที่ Fincher สนุกเพราะวิธีที่ Runaway Ghost ต้องออกจากเส้นทาง Churchill’s ด้วยความเสียหาย Senor Buscador | ดัสตินโอโรน่าไม่เพียง แต่ชีคโมฮัมเหม็ดเท่านั้นที่รู้วิธีหักล้างม้า อย่างไรก็ตามสำหรับ Godolphin หวังเป็นอย่างยิ่งว่าจะได้เห็นการเคลื่อนไหวที่ดีต่อสุขภาพในมุมมองของ Derby ไม่ว่าจะผ่านทางเจ้าของหรือสื่อต่างก็มีนโยบายที่จะชนะการแข่งขัน "จากทะเลทราย" เสมอ ชีคจะยังคงมีความสุขที่ได้ตระหนักถึงความฝันของเขา แต่จะไม่น้อยไปกว่าอาชีพที่ไม่เคยมีมาก่อนของ Turf ในการทำโครงการจากกรงอเมริกันให้สำเร็จ Thunder Snow (Ire) (Helm Aus) ผู้ชนะ UAE Derby G2 จากนั้นยืนยันว่าเขาสามารถเป็นนักวิ่ง Derby ได้เพราะ Godolphin พบแล้ว - แต่การแข่งขันที่ยากลำบากของเขาเมื่อมันแตกเป็นการเตือนว่าไม่มีใครเคยท้าทาย ความท้าทายนี้จนกว่าองค์ประกอบของม้าจะเหี่ยวเฉา พร็อกซี | การถ่ายภาพฮอดจ์ในตอนนี้ก็เพียงพอแล้วที่ชีคควรพอใจกับการทำงานของทีมงาน Stateside อาจจะไม่มีม้าตัวใดที่จะไปถึงจุดสูงสุดพอที่จะคว้าวันที่ 1 พฤษภาคม แต่ตอนนี้ไม่มีใครรู้ Godolphin จำไว้ว่าไม่มีนักวิ่ง Derby เป็นโหล ผู้คนกำลังพูดถึงอัตราส่วนการลืม "ล้มเหลว" หรือ "ผิดหวัง" มากเกินไปเขาจึงไม่สามารถออกจากประตูสู่ดาร์บี้เก็บเกี่ยวระดับโลกได้ เขาต้องจำไว้ด้วยว่ามันยากกว่าที่จะพบกับความท้าทายเขาจึงชอบมัน และเมื่อเวลาผ่านไปเขาจะยังคงอดทน
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Sharp High on Hello Hot Rod
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George Sharp had been repeatedly shut out in his attempts to add to his 14-horse racing stable in the claiming ranks, so he was bidding not to lose when he purchased recent stakes winner Hello Hot Rod (Mosler) (hip 672) for $335,000 during Tuesday's session of the Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale. “My agent Charlie Allen, who was at Fasig-Tipton, picked him out,” Sharp said Tuesday evening from his Scottsdale, Arizona home. “He picked out a few horses and I watched Hot Rod's races and the horse has a lot of guts. He seems to be a little immature still, but I like horses who look like they can improve. And this is definitely one of them.” Hello Hot Rod won back-to-back starts at Laurel late last year and was coming off a gritty victory in the Jimmy Winkfield S. at Aqueduct just days before the Fasig-Tipton auction. “I have high hopes for him,” Sharp said of the 3-year-old colt. “It might be a little too late to get to the Derby, but hopefully the Breeders' Cup where he will have a choice of races that we can get him into.” Hello Hot Rod is expected to head west and arrive at the Turf Paradise base of trainer Shawn Davis this weekend. “We will evaluate him over a week or two and work him and check his maturity level,” Sharp said of plans for his latest acquisition. “The Turf Paradise Derby, which is a 3-year-old $50,000 stakes, is on Mar. 12. If we feel he needs an easy spot to braven up, we might put him in there. But it is possible, if we feel he is strong enough, that we might go to a different Derby prep, or pre-Derby prep. And then see how he does. Or we can just go to the Turf Paradise Derby and then decide if we are going to do a Derby prep.” Davis, a three-time world champion saddle bronc rider and a member of the Pro-Rodeo Hall of Fame, trains 2018 GIII Aristides S. winner Chief Cicatriz (Munnings). “We are here [at Turf Paradise] for now, until April or May, and then we are going to decide if we are going to either Kentucky or California or Texas,” Sharp said of plans for the Davis stable. “It's more likely that the barn is going east than west. And if we do it make it to Churchill [for the Derby] by some fluke of a chance, then we will probably just head that way a little earlier.” Sharp is an investor and in mergers and acquisitions, as well as conducting investigations into stock market fraud. His first involvement in racing came in the Standardbred industry in the late 1990s. “I was living in Los Angeles at the time and I was racing at Los Alamitos and then there was no more racing at Los Alamitos,” Sharp said. “So I raced around the country for a little while, but it consumed my life a little too much. The Standardbreds race every week and I always had a race somewhere in the country. I was traveling too much and neglecting the rest of my life. So I took a little siesta from the business and then I went into Thoroughbreds in 2015.” Sharp currently has 13 horses based at Turf Paradise, plus one runner in California. He also has two broodmares in California. “I'm in the business of racing,” he said. “I raise them to race them.” Sharp said he is passionate about his horses and isn't afraid to get a little emotional after a special win. He scored his first victory at Del Mar with League of Shadows (Gotham City) in a 2019 allowance contest. He said of that experience, “League of Shadows is a horse who has had a lot of health issues. I spent $60,000 to save his life once, but I love my animals. It's what I do. But if you watch the TVG replay, they interviewed me afterwards and I was very emotional in the winner's circle. You save a horse's life and then he goes and wins an allowance race, it's very emotional. I don't think I would be emotional if I won the Kentucky Derby, but that horse winning that race was a big deal to me.” Sharp's stable includes a 2-year-old half-sister to League of Shadows who he hopes to see go postward later this year. “I wouldn't mind getting a couple of older horses for some of the minor stakes around,” Sharp said of plans for his stable. “But they have proven to be very difficult to buy or even claim. I've been out-shook on so many claims at Santa Anita, I've been on a cold streak. I missed out on another 3-year-old that I really coveted. So today, I was just determined I was not going to lose.” Sharp said Hello Hot Rod's $335,000 price tag was “by far” the most expensive horse he had ever purchased. But the colt wasn't Sharp's only purchase Tuesday. He also purchased a 2-year-old filly privately, spending $250,000 for a daughter of Daredevil out of stakes winner Jaws N' Paws (Onebadshark). “The second most expensive horse I've bought was the filly I bought this morning,” Sharp said. “She is coming to Turf Paradise. They tell me she is the absolute real deal. She's already breezing, so we'll see how she progresses and then make a decision on her. It's going to be a fun year.” And Sharp is more than ready to welcome Hello Hot Rod to Arizona. “We are already planning some Hello Hot Rod giveaways, the obligatory hats, and he'll probably have a Twitter account by the end of the week,” Sharp said. He concluded, “I like the business. I have always liked the business. It's not exactly a good investment, but it's more fun than I could ever possibly have imagined.”
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Candy Man Putting the Rocket Into Little Rock
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It's a philosophy that sustains a stable of Rockets–but it's not rocket science. Anything but, according to Frank Fletcher. “First, you really want to work hard,” he says. “Number two, you got to have a stroke of luck. And, number three, when you get lucky and start being successful, you need to surround yourself with people a lot smarter than you are.” Let's deal with those in reverse order. Because Fletcher says that the horse we want to discuss is all about the third rule; about the excellence of his help. Fletcher has owned racehorses through three decades-almost all registered as a Rocket (or Rockette, for the fillies) of some kind, even if the branding can't always extend to their powers of acceleration. Rocket Time (Tiz Wonderful), C Z Rocket (City Zip), There Goes Rocket (Valid Expectations) and so on. So he has been in the game long enough not to be getting carried away by the 10 GI Kentucky Derby starting points earned by Candy Man Rocket (Candy Ride Arg) in the GIII Sam F. Davis S. last Saturday. As a proud son of Little Rock, however, Fletcher is daring to wonder whether this colt, whose fourth dam is the matriarch Courtly Dee (Never Bend), might at least have a shot at the GI Arkansas Derby. Up to now he has only ever had one good enough to try, a colt who chased home Curlin (Smart Strike) in the GII Rebel S. but got no closer when following him to the big one. Candy Man Rocket wins the Sam Davis | SV Photography That horse was trained by the man who got Fletcher started in racing, the late Oaklawn icon Bob Holthus. They had dinner together down in Shreveport in 1989. “I don't have enough money to buy a horse!” protested Fletcher. Oh yes you do, Frank: Holthus found him a $5,500 claimer, booked Jerry Bailey to wear the new silks and, bingo, a winner's circle photo at the first attempt. That was it: Fletcher was hooked. There have since been over 100 variations on the Rocket theme, actually a tribute to three cherished German Shepherds who have consecutively carried that name during the same span of years. The numbers have never got out of hand-the stable, managed by ex-jockey Kathleen Moore Howard, currently comprises eight horses-but their orbit seems to be expanding. Last year Frank's Rockette (Into Mischief) ran up a graded-stakes treble and now here's Candy Man Rocket exploding onto the sophomore scene. And that's all about rule three. “You just have to surround yourself with, really, the best people,” Fletcher reiterates. “I have three great trainers, and Donato Lanni is more than just a buyer. He's a wonderful friend, who's really tried to educate me.” Lanni has been prospecting sales for Fletcher for around 15 years. Last summer, at the postponed Spring 2-Year-Old Sale, the agent called from OBS. There was a Candy Ride colt right at the start of the auction. He'd worked a quarter in 21 flat but it was a nervous market, in the circumstances, and Lanni thought people would “sit on their hands” early. In fact, five of the first six hips were scratched and the colt-who had failed to meet his reserve both as a weanling and yearling, at $190,000 and $70,000 respectively-was next into the ring from Six K's Training & Sales. “They dropped the hammer at $250,000,” Fletcher says. “We thought he might go to $500,000. I think we got lucky, bidding an early number. Donato likes to see the breeze and all the normal things but I think more and more important to him these days is their disposition and demeanor, how they act in the stall and when you get up close to them. He really gets inside there. He looked this horse over and over, and thought he was very calm.” So a new Rocket entered the Fletcher arsenal. After prep with Eddie Woods, as usual, Candy Man Rocket was sent up to Bill Mott's Kentucky division. Before his debut at Churchill in November, Fletcher received a call from Mott's assistant there, Kenny McCarthy. The weather had been terrible, and on the works he had managed the colt would probably run out of gas after half a mile. But he needed to learn about the gate, about the hustle and bustle of racing, and the experience would do him good. Sure enough, Candy Man Rocket broke alertly and raced handily until fading away in the stretch. Shipped down to Payson Park, last month he lined up for a sprint maiden at Gulfstream and was a revelation, winning by nine lengths. “At the three-eighths pole, he looked like he'd been shot out a rocket,” marvels Fletcher. “He just galloped that race.” Even so, it was something else again to stretch out last weekend from six furlongs for a race that might put Candy Man Rocket on the Classic trail. Fletcher asked Mott his thinking. Candy Man Rocket | SV Photography “Frank,” Mott replied. “He trains well. He looks like he's just full of himself. We have to decide whether we have a sprinter here, or a two-turn horse. The only way to know is to put him in there and see. Because if he is a two-turn horse, now's the time to find out.” So Saturday was only his second meaningful race and, sitting home in Arkansas, his owner didn't know what to expect. “We just had no idea,” he says. “I mean, we knew he'd come out of the gate good and told Junior [Alvarado] not to let him get out in the front. During the warm-up, Junior had to have quite a fight with him. He said the horse just was ready to take off right then.     After the race, people called and said, 'I'm afraid that horse bled.' But it was just a small cut on his tongue, from when Junior was trying to keep him from getting away from him. He did a great job, and in the race he shot out of there like a cannon again.” Yet Candy Man Rocket also saw the race out well. Mott, who also saddled runner-up Nova Rags (Union Rags), is expecting to run one of the pair back in the GII Langholm South Tampa Bay Derby on March 6, but sooner or later this horse will have to try another small stretch. “We believe he can go any reasonable distance now,” Fletcher says. “We're not scared anymore, because he had plenty of horse at the end. He can feel the horse coming up on him. I don't know what the trainer wants to do, but ultimately I want to work my way up to the Arkansas Derby because that's where I live. But I'm not doing any dreaming, not going crazy at all. I've been asked all kinds of questions but I just want to give him his best opportunity, and we'll see where that takes us.” That temperate approach will, of course, be matched by the trainer-a man, says Fletcher approvingly, who takes his time with horses and people alike. “Bill Mott is very calm, very deliberate, and thinks things through before he makes a decision,” he says.  “And he has a lot of patience with people like myself that don't know much. Some trainers are too busy to talk. He likes to give horses time between races, and it's just so nice working with him because he won't chase a big deal it if he doesn't think it's time for the horse.” Now, rule two: that lucky break. Fletcher has built up a portfolio of successful businesses. These days he's known principally for his car dealerships but he's also a realtor, hotelier, restauranteur. There was a time, however, when he was trying to make his way like so many young Americans before and since. His wife Judy was teaching school; Fletcher, after serving in the army, was a bank clerk working evenings in a pizza joint. Then he got a job selling paint for DuPont, and in 1966 made a sales call to a store in Sherwood. It was the second shop opened by a guy named Sam Walton. Fletcher walked in and said, “I want to sell you 300 gallons of DuPont paint.” “How much is that?” “$1,500.” Walton shook his head. “Well, that's the smallest amount I can sell you.” Something about the young man must have appealed to Walton, as he invited him to a lunch at the Harrison Lions Club. While they listened to the speakers, they scribbled on a notepad pushed across the table. Fletcher went off to the payphone, called Atlanta: this guy in Sherwood didn't have the money, could he sell him a smaller batch? No, but he could offer him 120-day payment. More back and forth with the notepad. Eventually Walton wrote: “Who's going to put it on the shelf?” Fletcher replied: “That will be me.” When Walton was up to around his 20th store, he called Fletcher and asked him to quit DuPont and buy merchandise for Walmart on commission. “So that was when luck came in,” muses Fletcher. “How lucky can you be, as someone adopted and brought up, not in California or New York, but on a farm in a small state? And who do you meet when you start off your career? I had no idea Sam Walton was going to become the richest man in America.” Eventually Walmart grew so big that Fletcher's role became redundant. That day was a nasty shock, but he had shown enough over the eight years for Walton to encourage him: Fletcher should open a workshop, and if he came up with a product as good as he expected it would be, he could count on Walmart as a client. Fletcher rented a garage and started making lamps. By the time he sold that business, in 2010, he was manufacturing in Taiwan and China and turning over $100 million every year. As for the auto sales, those began in 1989 from a mobile home with an awning. There are now dealerships in a dozen brands around Arkansas and Missouri. But all this goes back to rule one: a work ethic nourished by a disciplined but loving rural upbringing in the years after the war. “Back then, I think they just came to the hospital and looked through the glass and picked out somebody!” says Fletcher. “I got adopted by some great parents when I was a baby [in 1943]. I enjoyed that life on the farm. Early awake, and early to bed, but a good place to be brought up. I had that all drilled into me and I'm thankful for it. “Because the sad thing is, I have a lot of friends that just hate work. They go to work because they have to make a living. You're blessed if you can do something that makes your heart beat fast. I don't have any hobbies: don't play golf, don't fish. I work pretty hard, but I do it because I love it. I enjoy getting out of bed, getting my pants on and going to my office-six days a week, at least. I mean, I'm sitting here right now looking at 100-something trade-ins from this weekend. What are we going to do with this car? Wholesale it? Rebuild it? I make a decision on every one that comes in.” The single hobby he does permit himself, then, represents something of a release valve. And the racetrack, he says with a laugh, is “a good way to get rid of any money that you make.” He rode horses round the farm as a youngster, and actually in rodeos as a beanpole adolescent. (He was also an all-state basketball player in Junior High.) But his love of animals starts with the German Shepherds. “I love all dogs, but these are very protective and just wonderful companions,” he says. “When the first Rocket died at age 11,…
Spendthrift Acquires interest in Keepmeinmind
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Sunday, February 7, 2021 at 4:28 pm | Back to: Shared News, Top News Updated: February 7, 2021 at 4:29 pm B. Wayne Hughes's Spendthrift Farm has acquired a 50% ownership interest in graded stakes winner Keepmeinmind (Laoban). The 3-year-old colt was second behind Essential Quality (Tapit) in the GI Claiborne Breeders' Futurity and third behind that subsequent champion in the GI Breeders' Cup Juvenile before concluding his 2-year-old campaign with a win in the GII Kentucky Jockey Club S. He currently sits second on the GI Kentucky Derby leaderboard with 18 points. “We are delighted to be a part of such an exciting young racehorse as Keepmeinmind, and thankful to Cypress Creek and Arnold Bennewith for the opportunity to join the team,” said Ned Toffey, Spendthrift general manager. “We believe Keepmeinmind is poised for a big 3-year-old year. He demonstrated tremendous talent as a 2-year-old, placing twice in Grade Is, including the Breeders' Cup Juvenile and finishing up the year in style with a convincing win in the Kentucky Jockey Club S. at Churchill.” Campaigned by Cypress Creek LLC and Arnold Bennewith, Keepmeinmind is entered in next Saturday's GII Risen Star S. at Fair Grounds and will make his seasonal debut either there or in the Feb. 15 GIII Southwest S. at Oaklawn Park. Trained by Robertino Diodoro, the bay colt is expected to work at Oaklawn Monday morning before a decision is made on his next start. “There's a couple of variables,” Diodoro told the Oaklawn communications department on a decision between the two races. “I think we're going to wait and see the next 72 hours. The short field here is a little bit of a concern with his running style. If you've got a speed horse, like a couple of guys do in the race, perfect having five, six horses. But when you have a come from behinder, that's not the most ideal thing.” Keepmeinmind recently breezed a bullet five furlongs in :59 flat (1/17) Feb. 2 at Oaklawn. Autrey Bloodstock brokered the deal for Spendthrift to join the current ownership group. Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for the daily PDF or alerts. This story was posted in Shared News, Top News and tagged B. Wayne Hughes, Fair Grounds, Keepmeinmind, Kentucky Derby, Ned Toffey, Oaklawn Park, Risen Star Stakes, Robertino Diodoro, Southwest Stakes, Spendthrift Farm.
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The Election May Be Over, but Steve Kornacki Not Done Analyzing Races
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This Saturday, Steve Kornacki, a national political correspondent for NBC News, will compile and study reams of data and make informed decisions. But he won't be trying to figure out if the numbers say that Joe Biden Jr. will beat Donald Trump in Pennsylvania or anything else politically related. His main concern will be who is going to win the feature at Gulfstream Park. Kornacki is well known to NBC and MSNBC viewers and political junkies. For hours before and after each election, stationed in front of an electoral map, he's the one making sense of the numbers, trends and voting patterns. Able to continue on for days at a time without sleep, Kornacki has been called a national treasure. That doesn't leave Kornacki with a lot of free time, but he still manages to carve out a few hours every weekend to enjoy one of his favorite hobbies, betting the races. He normally has Saturdays off, so that's when he takes a deep dive into the past performances and bets on the major tracks running that day. Like many, Kornacki, 41, was introduced to racing by a relative. He had an uncle who owned a business in Maine and would take his young nephew to the harness races at Scarborough Downs. “I was pretty young when I got into it,” he said. “My uncle owns a beach store in Southern Maine and when I was six or seven years old, he took me one night during the summer to Scarborough Downs. This was the late eighties, so there was no simulcasting or anything. It was just the trotters. I picked five straight winners that night. He still talks about that and he didn't bet any of them. I don't think I've had a night like that since.” It was that same uncle who taught him a system, the 13 system. Kornacki acknowledges that it may be a silly way to play the races, but he still incorporates it into his handicapping. “It might be the stupidest system you've ever heard of, but we swear by it,” he said. “It's called the 13 system. My uncle got it from a guy who was a jockey agent back at Suffolk Downs in the sixties. It's very simple. The last three finishes, if they add up to a 13 you bet the horse. It's the first thing I look for now when I get a program. I go through every race and circle them. Last Saturday at Aqueduct, in the second to last race, the winner was 19-1 and he was a 13 horse. It forces you to take a horse you otherwise would never take. When they come in, you can hit a big payout.” Kornacki grew up in Groton, Massachusetts, a short distance from Suffolk Downs and Rockingham Park, and would spend many a day or night at those tracks while in high school or later at college at Boston University. Starting with Alysheba in 1987, he began following the Triple Crown races closely every year. Someone with an analytical mind, he's moved on from picking names and numbers and relying solely on the 13 system. Kornacki enjoys trying to solve the handicapping puzzle and though he says he's not very good at it, there have been some memorable hits along the way. “The biggest payout I ever got when I really handicapped a race would have been the 2002 Pacific Classic,” he said. “My horse was Came Home. War Emblem was running and all the money was on War Emblem. I believed in Came Home, loaded up on him, and he won.” Politics and horse racing don't exactly go together, but Kornacki finds that he often uses racing terms when analyzing an election. With 90% of the precincts reporting, Kornacki might say that election is coming “down the stretch.” On the night of the New Hampshire primary, he mentioned Rockingham Park when going over the vote totals for Rockingham County. “What everybody seems to notice is when I use the terminology,” he said. “Unconsciously, I use so much of the language of horse racing because it applies to a political race and to election returns. I've definitely done that a lot on the air.” From time to time, he gets to talk actual racing. A few years ago, he was hosting a show on MSNBC on the night before the GI Kentucky Derby and the subject turned to the race. “I was sitting in for Brian Williams and we did a Kentucky Derby preview,” Kornacki said. “I told them at the outset that my track record was not that impressive. They ran a banner at the bottom of the screen that said 'Steve is really bad at picking horses.' I definitely didn't have the winner.” After the 2020 election, NBC decided to let Kornacki branch out and he was used on NFL broadcasts. Using the same style he uses for political races, Kornacki broke down the NFL playoff picture. “I loved doing that,” he said. “I was so psyched to get that opportunity. I am an NFL fan, so I didn't think, in terms of the subject that it would be a reach for me. My concern when they first reached out to me was that I didn't want it to become gimmicky. We did playoff probabilities, which was the perfect way in. The minute we put the graphics together I could see that it was a logical extension of what I've been doing. I hope it didn't come across as a gimmick at all because it was real information and the spotting of trends.” With NBC having the rights to the Triple Crown races and the Breeders' Cup, perhaps there is a way to include Kornacki and what he does on racing broadcasts. He's not quite sure how that would work, but says if it ever came up he would be interested., even if he's not the best handicapper out there. “From my standpoint, I'd love to see if there is something possible with the racing shows,” he said. “They have Eddie O (Olczyk) to do the handicapping. My friends and family have said don't let them talk you into doing the handicapping because you'll embarrass yourself. That's probably right. So we probably will have to come up with something else for me to do.”
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Street Sense “Rising Star” ได้รับ “Bob” ในขณะที่ Baffert เสร็จสิ้น San Vicente Exacta
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วันเสาร์ที่ 6 กุมภาพันธ์ 2564 เวลา 18:29 น. | Return to: ข่าวล่าสุดอัปเดต: 6 กุมภาพันธ์ 2564 เวลา 19:05 น. Concert Tour ทุบลูกสาว | Benoit Photo 'TDN Rising Star' CONCERT TOUR (c, 3, Street Sense - Purse Strings, by Tapit) ตามด้วยชุดสูทและในที่สุดก็สวมเกม Freedom Fighter (G) เพื่อสวม Bob Baffert กับสถิติ San Vicente S GII ครั้งที่ 11 และหมายเลขสอง ในรอบหลายปี แชมป์เปิดตัวระยะยาว 3 1/2 เมื่อวันที่ 15 มกราคมยิง 2-5 หยุดที่เวลา 1: 24.06 น. O / B-Gary และ Mary West (Ky) T-Bob Baffert วันเสาร์ Santa AnitaSAN VICENTE S. -GII, 200,000 เหรียญ, Santa Anita, 2-6, 3yo, 7f, 1: 24.06, ฟุต 1 - TOUR CONCERTOR, 120, c, 3 พร้อม Sense1 First Dam Road: Purse Strings, โดย Tapit2nd Dam: Porsche Red โดย Mt. ลิเวอร์มอร์เขื่อนที่ 3: กระดิ่งลมโดย Marfa1ST BLACK TYPE WIN, ชนะอันดับ 1 STAKES ‘TDN Rising Star’ O-Gary & Mary West; B-Gary & Mary West Stables Inc (KY); ที - บ็อบบัฟเฟิร์ต; เจ - โจเอลโรซาริโอ 120,000 เหรียญ ข้อมูลอายุ: 2-2-0-0, 156,600 เหรียญ เรตติ้ง Werk Nick: A +. คลิกเพื่อดูรายงาน eNicks และลำดับวงศ์ตระกูล 5 ลำดับ 2 - Fighter Freedom, 120, c, 3, Ballete Violence - แคนาดาโดย City Zip ($ 120,000 Ylg '19 KEESEP) O-SF Racing LLC, Starlight Racing, Madaket Stables LLC, Golconda Stables, Siena Farm LLC และ Robert E Masterson; บี - ทรอยรีด (KY); T-Bob Baffert $ 40,000.3 - The Chosen Vron, 120, g, 3, Vronsky - Tiz Molly โดย Tiz Wonderful OJ Eric Kruljac, Robert Fetkin, John Sondereker & Richard Thornburgh; บี - ทิซมอลลี่มิตรา (CA); TJ Eric Kruljac 24,000 เหรียญ มาร์จิ้น: HF, 2 3/4, 6 โอกาส: 0.40, 5.00, 3.50 ยังวิ่ง: หาบอลของฉันลุง Boogie Scratch: Mr. Impossible คลิกเพื่อดูแผนภูมิ Equibase.com, PPC TJCIS.com หรือลำดับวงศ์ตระกูลสไตล์แค็ตตาล็อกของ Equineline.com ฟรี วิดีโอสนับสนุนโดย Fasig-Tipton ไม่ใช่ลูกค้า? คลิกที่นี่เพื่อสมัคร PDF หรือการแจ้งเตือนรายวัน เรื่องราวถูกโพสต์บนข่าวยอดนิยมและติดแท็ก Bob Baffert, Concert Tour, Gary and Mary West, Kentucky Derby, San Vicente, Santa Anita, Street Sense
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Candy Ride Colt Tops Mott One-Two in Sam Davis
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Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 5:19 pm | Back to: Top News Updated: February 6, 2021 at 5:56 pm CANDY MAN ROCKET (c, 3, Candy Ride Arg–Kenny Lane, by Forestry) led home a one-two for the Bill Mott barn with a press-and-pounce 3/4-length score in Saturday's GIII Sam F. Davis S. Pasco S. winner Nova Rags (Union Rags) followed home his stablemate and just edged out the somewhat green Hidden Stash (Constitution). The final time was 1:44.30. Seventh in his sloppy, sprint debut at Churchill Nov. 22, Candy Man Rocket cruised by 9 1/4 lengths sprinting at Gulfstream Jan. 9. Sales history: $190,000 RNA wnlg KEENOV '18; $70,000 RNA ylg KEESEP '19; $250,000 2yo OBSAPR '20.O-Frank Fletcher Racing Operations, Inc. B-R. S. Evans (KY). T-William I. Mott. Saturday, Tampa Bay DownsSAM F. DAVIS S.-GIII, $200,000, Tampa Bay Downs, 2-6, 3yo, 1 1/16m, 1:44.30, ft.1–CANDY MAN ROCKET, 118, c, 3, by Candy Ride (Arg)1st Dam: Kenny Lane, by Forestry2nd Dam: Vantive, by Mr. Prospector3rd Dam: Embellished, by Seattle Slew1ST BLACK TYPE WIN, 1ST GRADED STAKES WIN. ($190,000 RNA Wlg '18 KEENOV; $70,000 RNA Ylg '19 KEESEP; $250,000 2yo '20 OBSAPR). O-Frank Fletcher Racing Operations Inc; B-R S Evans (KY); T-William I. Mott; J-Junior Alvarado. $120,000. Lifetime Record: 3-2-0-0, $144,824. Werk Nick Rating: A+++ *Triple Plus*. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.2–Nova Rags, 118, c, 3, Union Rags–Wishful Splendor, by Smart Strike. ($275,000 RNA Ylg '19 KEESEP). O/B-Michael P Shanley (KY); T-William I Mott. $40,000.3–Hidden Stash, 118, c, 3, Constitution–Making Mark Money, by Smart Strike. ($50,000 Ylg '19 KEESEP). O-BBN Racing LLC; B-Rhineshire Farm LLC (KY); T-Victoria H Oliver. $20,000.Margins: 1, NK, 2 3/4. Odds: 3.10, 8.30, 8.50.Also Ran: Boca Boy, Known Agenda, Lucky Law (Ire), Joe Man Joe, Ricochet, Smiley Sobotka, Last Investment, Millean, Runway Magic. Scratched: Tiz Tact Toe.Click for the Equibase.com chart, the TJCIS.com PPs or the free Equineline.com catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO, sponsored by Fasig-Tipton. Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for the daily PDF or alerts. This story was posted in Top News and tagged Candy Man Rocket, Candy Ride (Arg), Frank Fletcher, Kentucky Derby, Sam F. Davis, Tampa Bay Derby, Tampa Bay Downs.
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Sunday Racing Insights: Hyped-Up Bezos Makes First Start for Avengers
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Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 12:35 pm | Back to: Shared News Updated: February 6, 2021 at 12:36 pm Bob Baffert | Skip Dickstein for MJC By Brian DiDonato Sponsored by Alex Nichols Agency 5th-SA, $61K, Msw, 3yo, 6 1/2f, 4:03 p.m. ET The day has finally arrived for the buzzed-about Bezos (Empire Maker) to kick off his career for Bob Baffert and the powerful ownership conglomerate nicknamed The Avengers. The $400,000 KEESEP yearling has been working so well at Santa Anita that he was bet down to 26-1 in the GI Kentucky Derby future pool that closed Jan. 24 without having yet made an afternoon appearance. His tab includes a :59.40 (1/39) gate breeze Jan. 21 in which he bested graded-placed older stablemate Speed Pass (Bodemeister) by some five lengths (XBTV Video). The bay is a half to MSP Fortunate Girl (Hard Spun) from the family of GSWs Palmeiro (Pleasant Tap), Dynaslew (Dynaformer) and 2019 GII Remsen S. winner Shotski (Blame). Baffert has also entered Michael Lund Petersen's Tivoli Twirl (Twirling Candy). The bay was a $95,000 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga  New York-bred yearling turned $375,000 OBS April juvenile after a :10 flat breeze. He's been working quickly at Santa Anita as well, and prepped for this with a :59.20 (1/64) solo five eighths last Sunday (XBTV Video). The bay is a half to MSW Saythreehailmary's (Repent) and SW Afleet Alexandra (Northern Afleet). Three runners hit the board in their respective debuts, with Mr. Impossible (Munnings) the toughest-looking of that bunch on paper. The Simon Callaghan trainee earned an 81 Beyer Speed Figure when running second here Jan. 15 to Baffert 'TDN Rising Star' Concert Tour (Street Sense). He's out of graded-winning turfer Qaraaba (GB) (Shamardal), already the dam of GSW and GISP Californiagoldrush (Cape Blanco Ire) and last year's GII Zenyatta S. heroine Harvest Moon (Uncle Mo). Twin Creeks homebred Law Professor (Constitution) is out of a MSW half-sister to pricey GISW Celestine (Scat Daddy). TJCIS PPs 6th-GP, $50K, Msw, 3yo, f, 6f, 3:10 p.m. ET Favored on the morning line at 5-2 in this stacked field is Repole Stable's Iced Latte (Pioneerof the Nile). The $250,000 KEESEP yearling is out of fellow Todd Pletcher pupil Malibu Prayer (Malibu Moon), winner of the 2010 GI Ruffian H. for late owner/breeder Ned Evans. From a typically deep family, Malibu Prayer sold for $2 million in foal to Smart Strike during the blockbuster dispersal of Evans's stock at the 2011 Keeeneland November sale. Peter Brant's Boston Post Road (Quality Road) was a $525,000 FTSAUG yearling bred on the same cross as her connections' GISW Dunbar Road (Quality Road). She's a full to MSW and GSP Top Quality and a granddaughter of GSW Sweet Fervor (Seeking the Gold) from the family of GSWs Concerto, Illusioned and Codified. Brant's cousin Joe Allen also gets in on the action with $650,000 Keeneland September acquisition Red Hot and Blue (Candy Ride Arg). The rail-drawn Shug McGaughey pupil hails  from the extended female family of McGaughey-trained Phipps  standouts like Point of Entry, Pine Island and Pleasant Home. Sabana Farm homebred Hitech Is Back (Outwork) is out of stakes winner Hitechnoweenie (Harlan's Holiday), making her a half to last year's local GIII Forward Gal S. and GII Davona Dale s. heroine Tonalist's Shape (Tonalist). Dream About Me (Medaglia  d'Oro) was a $450,000 Saratoga yearling out of a daughter of GISW juvenile Mi Sueno (Pulpit) and granddaughter of GISW Madcap Escapade (Hennessy). TJCIS PPs Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for the daily PDF or alerts. This story was posted in Shared News and tagged Bezos, Bob Baffert, Chad Brown, Jeff Bezos, Kentucky Derby, Todd Pletcher.
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