Here are the rest of the screen shots Attachment 50799 (http://paceandcap.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=50799) Attachment 50800 (http://paceandcap.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=50800) R7 The winner #8 is tiered 2nd on BL and 4th on Rx The #2 is too high in %Med and was...
I love u raphael bejarano. U signed a keeneland program to me saying im ur number one fan in ioklahoma.i work in mutuels department at fair meadows in tulsa.ok.and get to watch u everyday u race. Hopefully one day i can meet u. I tell everyone ur the greatest. Which u are. I love to watch u come off the pace and charge past the others.ur awesome. Thanks for the photograph.god bless and marry me already
My dream in life is too meet u. I have worked in the horse racing industry for 8 years and do my own tip sheet. I have been to many tracks but none in california yet and its crazy cause those are my favorite tracks to play. I drove to kentucky to watch zenyatta loose. But have autographs from many like u,mike smith,leparoux,dominguez,pincay jr.pat day,prado,bailey,desormeaux,albarado,mccarron,solis,hawley,delahoussaye,sellers,stevens, lanerie. But u are breath taking to watch. Im 31. So hopefully i will meet u soon sweetheart
When you get young, lightly raced horses competing on a sloppy, sealed surface like the one in the Jan. 28 Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn Park, you often don’t learn as much about them as you’d like. And as for the race’s runaway winner, Arabian Knight, we already knew he was an elite talent. This only provided affirmation.