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Last Barrel race of the Winter series! [00:39]
My boy did awesome! I love him! I think we are understanding each other more and listening to each other more. But anyways, the race... of course it started raining hard before our real race, so that's why I took the turns wide. I wanted to be safe since a lot of the pro barrel racers were slipping and knocking barrels. I figured my greeny should take them a bit wide! haha! but we did a lot better then the other two races. We always have problems with the first because Diamond is a pretty "hot" horse, so he gets all worked up going to the first barrel and makes them really wide! We ran a 22 something! haha! but pretty good since I've only been training him on barrel for a few months. I love my greeny is worth everything we have to go through! ....tho... it would be nice if he was a little less hot..... hot! jk! He is the best horse ever!

Feb 2013 Gymkhana [03:08]
Feb 17, 2013 gymkhana We beat the arena time record for AAA flag race!! Events: California poles, Bend and Jump, Barrel Back Thru, Mountain Cowhorse, Cloverleaf, Flag Race.

Madison & Candy Barrel Racing Runs Jurassic Classic, Glen Rose, TX Jan. 25-27, 2013 [05:42]
Madison Merrill and her new horse, Hancock Cotton Candy. Running 3 runs Fri, Sat & Sun at the Jurassic Winter Classic, Glen Rose, TX. 1D Youth all three runs, Fell in 2D hole all three runs for Open 5D. Saturday Ran the 39th Best Time out of 638 entries. So proud of Madison. Only competing in her 2nd Big barrel race coming out of playdays.

1989 Alabama Stakes [03:38]
For those hard-to-please critics who had been complaining that Open Mind is a brilliant horse with a bland style, the 3-year-old filly responded with a gritty performance on a rainy day at Saratoga. At the top of the stretch of the $232400 Alabama Stakes, Open Mind's chances appeared to be as gloomy as the day itself. She was ahead of only one horse, stablemate Lea Lucinda. She trailed the front-running Dearly Loved by more than five lengths and was running in the middle of the track, where the muddy surface had the consistency of butterscotch pudding. Open Mind had gone into Saturday's 109th Alabama with a nine-race winning streak dating to last November, but now, at 1-5 odds, she looked hopelessly beaten. Her critics were ready to add Open Mind's name to the list of fallen Saratoga favorites, which includes Man o' War, Gallant Fox and Secretariat. Before a crowd of 30309, Open Mind chose not to become a part of that gallery. "Of all the fillies I've ridden," Angel Cordero would say later, "I've never been on one who tries as hard as this filly. If she were a person, she'd want to work seven days a week." Cordero went to his whip 16 times--seven times from the right and nine from the left--and it took that 16th whack to get owner Gene Klein's filly to the wire, a neck before Dearly Loved. Open Mind might win 10 more races in a row, if she is allowed to stay on the track long enough, but no victory will come any harder than Saturday's. Jean Cruguet was aboard Dearly Loved ...

1994 Jockey Club Gold Cup [12:16]
Holy Bull, resting in his stall in Kentucky, probably scored the greatest victory of his career yesterday when Colonial Affair won the $750000 Jockey Club Gold Cup at Belmont Park and knocked Tabasco Cat out of contention for Horse of the Year. On a day billed as New York's preview of the Breeders' Cup series, Colonial Affair made a power drive from sixth place and outran Devil His Due to the wire by two and a half lengths, giving senior horses a sweep of the top spots. Less than one length back came the European traveler Flag Down, and then it was half a length to Tabasco Cat, winner of the Preakness and Belmont Stakes. And far, far away in last place came Go for Gin, winner of the Kentucky Derby and another beaten candidate for post-season honors. The loss meant that Tabasco Cat had no chance to snatch the championship from Holy Bull, who went home for the year after winning 8 of his 10 races in dramatic fashion. And it meant that whoever wins the Breeders' Cup Classic at Churchill Downs on Nov. 5 also has no chance to catch Holy Bull for the sport's top prize. "Holy Bull is a charismatic horse," said Wayne Lukas, the trainer of Tabasco Cat. "I would like to see him make some more of the classics. But if he's Horse of the Year, I'll stand up at the awards dinner and applaud. "I felt we were in a position where we needed to win today to sway the vote." But Lukas, whose personal and professional fortunes have been rallied this year by Tabasco Cat, still surfaced as a ...

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