Feb. 22 Racing News
Kentucky Derby Contenders Graded Earnings Chart
Where They're Going Next
The first races on the Road to the Roses contest--the Grade II Fountain of Youth, the Grade II Hutcheson and the Borderland Derby--are this Saturday. With that in mind, we bring you the current status and/or plans--or lack of plans--of 80 horses stabled on our lists.
First of all, only one of the 10 entered in the Borderland is nominated to the Triple Crown: Fusa Code, a maiden trained by Steve Asmussen. Last out, he was third in a Santa Anita allowance under Garrett Gomez, who won't be on him this Saturday. More....
Uncle Mo Decision Made
Today we learned where Uncle Mo will make his 2011 debut, and it will be the one-mile Timely Writer at Gulfstream Park, not the two-turn, Grade II Tampa Bay Derby. Both races are March 12. There are a couple of questions we have. More....
NBC Picks Up Preakness, Belmont
The full story at Bloodhorse.com
Probables for Saturday
According to Gulfstream Park
Grade II Fasig-Tipton Fountain of Youth Stakes: Casper's Touch (Worth Watching), Gourmet Dinner (Looking Good), Racing Aptitude, Shackleford (Worth Watching), Soldat (Looking Good) and To Honor and Serve (Looking Good). Dialed In (Looking Good) will sit it out.
Grade II Hutcheson Stakes: Arch Traveler, Black N Beauty (Worth Watching), Crossbow (Worth Watching), Determinato (Just In Case), Manicero (Worth Watching), Madman Diaries (Just In Case).