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 Post subject: The GR II Rebel S.
PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2016 1:31 pm 
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This Saturday's Rebel S. is the final 85 point Derby prep race. Next weekend it jumps to 170 points across the board, beginning with the LA Derby. In addition the distance of the remaining Derby prep races will increase to a mile and an eighth. Here's the entries (in post position order, not program numbers) and pp's. The pp's will update before Saturday, when program numbers will be entered in the pp's due to the Lukas and Asmussen entries. TJ

10th Race. (C10)Post 6:06PM STAKES
The 56th Running of THE REBEL S. (Grade II)
Purse $900,000 Guaranteed 1 1/16 Miles for THREE YEAR OLDS.
1a CREATOR (L) R28 Asmussen, S Santana, Jr., R 115
2 RALIS (L) O'Neill, D Gutierrez, M 117
3 CUPID (L) 38 Baffert, B Garcia, M 115
4 DISCREETNESS (L) 0 Fires, W Court, J 122
5 SIDING SPRING (L) 1 Casse, M Rocco, Jr., J 115
6 SPIKES SHIRL (L) 36 Stewart, D Castanon, J 115
7a MADTAP (L) R32 Asmussen, S Nakatani, C 117
8 AMERICAN DUBAI (L) R19 Richards, R Landeros, C 115
9b Z ROYAL (L) R36 Lukas, D Vazquez, R 115
10bGRAY SKY (L) R19 Lukas, D Geroux, F 115
11 CUTACORNER (L) R5 Van Berg, J Birzer, A 117
12 WHITMORE (L) R2 Moquett, R Ortiz, Jr., I 117
13 CHERRY WINE (L) Romans, D Lanerie, C 115
14 SUDDENBREAKINGNEWS (L) 0 Von Hemel DK Quinonez, L

Click on Ralis: http://www.tlore.net/trainers/oneill/public/brisnet.cfm


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 Post subject: Re: The GR II Rebel S.
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This large field has me elated again.

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Here's the finish:
Cupid, very impressive today, took command and never looked back!
Whitmore ran a solid 2nd, looked to be running over Cupid, but Cupid had much in reserve.
Creator was 3rd
Cherry Wine finished 4th by a whisker over Suddenbreakingnews


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Cupid looked like a running son of a gun out there. I was very impressed by him.
Suddenbreakingnews made his usual move, he was galloping strong at the end, but it looked like he had too much to do too late... and I don't think anyone was catching Cupid today.


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 Post subject: Re: The GR II Rebel S.
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I might also add that it might be time for Siding Spring to go back on the grass. :-)


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 Post subject: Re: The GR II Rebel S.
PostPosted: Sun Mar 20, 2016 5:44 am 
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Interesting to note Cupid's final time was 28/100ths faster than 4YO Upstart's Razorback this year. Last years winner, a horse named American Pharoah, ran 57/100ths slower than Race Day's Razorback Handicap. Something I like to look at when it's run the same day over the same track at the same distance and two races apart. TJ

Here's the replay:
http://www1.drf.com/displayVideo.do?tra ... ountry=USA


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