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Real Heat finishes 2nd at Santa Anita [01:23]
In his first start in over two months, Real Heat tracked off a slow pace before swinging out turning for home and closing nicely to miss by just half a length to Back to Bako.

1995 Blue Grass Stakes [12:23]
While the power horses of East and West stalked and chased, and while a medical miracle named Randy Romero hunched down in the saddle, a 30-1 long shot named Wild Syn led every step of the way today to win the Blue Grass Stakes by 2 1/2 lengths over Suave Prospect. And, while doing so, he royally scrambled the traffic on the road to the Kentucky Derby. No horse in the race was given less chance to win, yet no horse in the race ever got in front of him. He simply set a tantalizing pace that no jockey challenged, and at the end of a mile and one-eighth he still had the lead over some of the ranking candidates for the Derby: Suave Prospect, who held off the late run by Tejano Run by the length of his head, and then Thunder Gulch two lengths farther back. No match race developed between Thunder Gulch and Suave Prospect, as expected. No winning drive to the wire in the homestretch by Tejano Run, as expected. No clarifying of the Derby picture, as expected. And with the Canadian champion Talkin Man blitzing the field in the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct in New York -- three weeks after he won the Gotham -- the Derby sweepstakes underwent a mighty one-day shakeout. Instead, at the picturesque Keeneland track in the heart of the horse country, it was all Wild Syn. He was running in only his second stakes race, guided by a jockey who retired last year after a career filled with injuries and at least three comebacks and saddled by a 26-year-old trainer, Thomas Arnemann. Not only that ...

Tony Noonan Racing Spell Inspections 2013 [20:14]
The start of 2013 season looks promising as we have a look at our young crop that are currently spelling. Tony Noonan goes through his horses at Paddy Scotts "Springbank" Farm and has a good look at how they are developing over their break. Tonys first son Tom Noonan and long time friend Mick Robins join in on the summers day out in Shepparton. Film & edited by Tom Noonan 1:00 - Aidan (Grand Orator) 1:45 Arch (Exspeed) 2:22 Batman (Magnus Opus) 3:17 Bernie (Authorized Colt) 3:51 Eliza (Quicksilver Lass) 4:30 Ernest (Earnus) 5:40 Harriet (Posh Rock) & Helena (Mesulla) 8:06 Iris (Artie Schiller) & Lara (Yugoslavia) 8:58 Jennie (Return Journey) 9:50 Kiysha (Zarzing) 10:13 Meg (Special Girls) 10:47 Miranda (Reset Filly) 11:32 Selma (Johannas Own) 11:55 Sera (Pentire Filly) 12:54 Tully (Revolution) 13:34 Twiggy (Pretty In The Sky) 14:30 A chat with Tony, Paddy and Mick about the process at Springbank Farm. 18:50 Bloopers of the trip back home to Mornington.

Encosta De Lago - Pretty Flamingo galloping at Oakridge [01:27]
Watch as our Encosta De Lago - Pretty Flamingo filly runs around freely at Dynamic spelling farm at Oakridge. She has settled in well too her new home and already loves to run around the paddocks so imagine how good she will be when it comes time to hit the track. Her extended family has all won the big bucks and she will get every opportunity as well in the care of leading trainer Chris Waller. Shares on this filly will available from $8580 for a 5% shares

1991 Jockey Club Gold Cup [05:07]
Festin, the Argentine horse who has earned more than $2 million by charging from last place to first, did it again yesterday when he charged through the homestretch at Belmont Park and snatched the $850000 Jockey Club Gold Cup from Chief Honcho and Strike the Gold. It was a classic performance in a classic race for the 5-year-old traveler, who seems to thrive in New York. He has raced 10 times this year, from California to Massachusetts, but he hadn't won in three starts in four months since he zoomed from last to first to win the Nassau County Handicap at Belmont in June. And with the same style and the same result on the same track, he repeated the performance in the Gold Cup. He did it exactly four weeks before the ultimate racing test of the year, the Breeders' Cup series at Churchill Downs. And for Festin and most of the other stars of the season, the road to Louisville was next. In fact, Festin was already packing. "He's leaving tomorrow for Kentucky," said Ron McAnally, who trains the horse for Burton Kinerk. "We were going to take him back to California, but all horses need time to build up their strength." Twilight Agenda Sets Pace For three-quarters of a mile yesterday, Festin shared last place with Strike the Gold, another late runner who hadn't won since he took the Kentucky Derby five months ago. Up front, the lead was held from the start by Twilight Agenda, the California speed horse flown cross-country by D. Wayne Lukas only three days before the race. He ...

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