Saturday, March 21, 2015

Mar 21-22, 2015

LET'S GO TO THE RACES  Mar 21-22, 2015

Note: This blog is non-commercial and was developed for my own personal use to organize my racing viewing activity.  Your comments as to its usefulness to you are welcomed & would be appreciated.  Thanks!

Matt Bernier and Dan Illman handicap the Spiral and the Bourbonette - video
Watchmaker and Privman handicap the Derby preps

Jon Siegel, Joel Cunningham handicap two Derby preps this weekend


DRF Live Streaming Gulfstream Park on Saturday and Sunland Park on Sunday

Triple Crown - Kentucky Derby
Matt Berneir and Dan Illman profile Dortmund - video
Take Charge Brandi out of Rebel and off Trail
Jeremy Plonk's Countdown to the Crown - March 20
ESPN Bill Finley: How is it that American Pharoah is not No. 1
ESPN Derby Rankings - 3-21-15 - It's a tie!
Courier-Journal's national media Kentucky Derby poll
Steve Haskin's Derby Dozen - Mar 17
Kentucky  -  Updated points posted to Oaks and Derby qualif. races
DRF Road to the Derby - Preps, winners, replays
Derby Watch     Mike Watchmaker & Jay Privman keep a weekly tally on what's happening with their Top 20 Derby horses
BloodHorse KY Derby coverage

KY Derby Report - Mar 18 - James Scully - Brisnet
Avalyn Hunter profiles Upstart pedigree

Time ordered races and cards below.  In the U.S. after race has run, CARD will take you to replay of race.



Time ordered races / entries - printable file


International - Australia
1:30 a.m. ET  GOLDEN SLIPPER-G1, Rosehill $2,672,600US, 2yo, 1200m  CARD
2:10 a.m. ET GEORGE RYDER S.-G1, Rosehill, A$1,000,000 (US$766,015), 3+, 1500mT CARD

Japan's Real Impact (Jpn) Wins G1 George Ryder - replay
Japan's World Ace, Real Impact contest the George Ryder
Real Impact wins the George Ryder in a photo! Video Replay - English
TDN Write-up - G1 George Ryder
Update:  Vancouver wins for Gai Waterhouse!  She ties her father's record of 6 Golden Slipper wins
Golden Slipper Glory for Medaglia d'Oro's Vancouver: 13th Group 1 winner for Darley's Medaglia d'Oro (USA)

North America
1:56 ET  Private Terms S  Lrl  $100,000  3yo  9f  R4  CARD
2:18 ET  Mr. Sinatra  Aqu  $100,000  4+ R  8.5f R3 CARD
2:52 ET  Caesar's Wish S  Lrl  $100,000  3yo f  8f  R6  CARD
3:31 ET  Conniver S  Lrl  $100,000  3+ f/m S  7f     R7  CARD
3:50 ET  Harrison  Johnson Mem'l S  Lrl  $100,000  3+  9f  R8  CARD
4:00 ET  Inside Information S G2  GP  $200,000  4+ f/m  7f  R7  CARD 
5:30 ET  Royal Delta S (Sabin), G2, GP, $200,000, 4+ f/m, 1 1/16 mi  R10 CARD

5:42 ET  Bourbonette Oaks G3  TP  $150,000  3yo f  8f AW  #    R10  CARD
6:09 ET  Gazebo S  OP  $100,000  3yo  6f     R9  CARD
6:28 ET  Cincinnati Spiral S G3  TP  $550,000  3yo  9f AW  *   R11  CARD
7:00 ET  San Luis Rey S G2  SA  $200,000  4+  12f Turf    R8  CARD
* Derby or # Oaks prep = 50-20-10-5 points

More on today's races
Firing Line, Lord Nelson square off in Sunland Derby
Royal Son, Metaboss top choices in Spiral
Metaboss, Royal Son, Imperia among dozen in Spiral
House Rules sentimental choice in Royal Delta S


International - Japan
Hanshin Daishoten G2  Hanshin  $1,173,000 a 4+  15f Turf    R  CARD  Preview
Spring S G2  Nakayama  $942,000 a 3yo  9f Turf    R  CARD

North America

Matt Bernier and Dan Illman handicap the Sunland Derby

2:18 ET  Stymie S  Aqu  $100,000  4+  9f     R3  CARD
5:36 ET  Bill Thomas Memorial S  Sun  $100,000  3+  6.5f  R7  CARD
6:30 ET  Dream of Summer S  SA  $100,000  4+ f/m S  8f  R7  CARD
6:35 ET  Sunland Park Oaks (L)  Sun  $200,000  3yo f  8.5f #  R9  CARD
7:07 ET  Harry W. Henson H  Sun  $100,000  3+ f/m  8f     R10  CARD
7:40 ET  Sunland Derby G3  Sun  $800,000  3yo  9f   *    R11  CARD
* Derby or # Oaks prep = 50-20-10-5 points

Firing Line headlines Sunland Derby; Lord Nelson scratches
Callback tries the Sunland Oaks for Baffert
Where's The Moon - Sunland Derby - Profile video

2015 Flat Season: 3-Year-Old Colts Preview: James Willoughby provides an update on the top European Classic prospects for 2015
Probable fields for Dubai World Cup
California Chrome and Able Friend on Royal Ascot's wish list
Training legend Billy Turner shares his thoughts on training

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