Videos tagged with "surprise"

Northern Meteor - Villa Valencia Mark Treweek Interview [02:34]
Here we see the Managing Director of Lyndhurst Farm, Mark Treweek talk about the Northern Meteor -- Villa Valencia colt which he prepared for sale. He is bred to be quick from a young age and is in the same family as Polar Success, Ain't Seen Nothin', Bit of a Skite and many more. In this interview Mark tell us that he is a serious colt and uses phrases such as "Outstanding Looking Horse", "Very Balanced", "Really takes the eye", "Quickens with ease", "Horse's ability is right up there" and "Very surprised if he isn't a smart Autumn 2yo". Dynamic Syndications as the market leaders in race horse syndication are trying an innovative new idea to Syndication by taking our horses to the Ready to Run sale so our clients could see how good the horses were. For more information, contact Dynamic Syndications on (02) 9587 1511

Patinack Farm Classic 1200m Preview [02:22]
Mick Sharkie & Michael Felgate discuss the field in the Patinack Farm Classic 1200m. Will it be Sea Siren or will Buffering surprise?

Breeders Cup Betting 2012 [01:52]
Join the Breeders Cup discussion at OLBG: goo.gl BREEDERS CUP BETTING 2012 Hi, welcome to OLBG's betting preview for the 2012 Breeders Cup. Some of best horses in the world go head to head at Santa Anita, have OLBG's members pinpointed the best bets from this meeting? The Filly and Mare Turf on Friday will get plenty of interest with many fancied UK trained runners and the pick of them looks to be the favourite The Fugue. Both her wins this season have been gained over this trip of 10 furlongs when showing a great turn of foot and if reproducing her Nassau Stakes run, which came on a tight track around a bend, she will be very hard to beat at around 5/2. Saturday's Breeders Cup Turf is one of the highlights and it's interesting to see an American trained runner heading the market since 11 of the last 14 winners have been European trained. Last year's winner St Nicholas Abbey has leading claims at around 3/1, his best form is on left handed tracks and he proved last year he could run well after the long trip. OLBG members were impressed by Excelebration's recent Ascot run, 'Brownie3' had doubts about the horse running two quick races but now thinks he is the horse to beat in the Mile whilst 'deswalker' is looking forward to getting stuck in at around 6/4. In the Breeders Cup Classic on the dirt 'The Executioner' reckons Mucho Macho Man is value at 8/1 against favourite Game On Dude and he wouldn't be surprised to see his bet topple the favourite. Join the discussion at ...

2003 Kentucky Derby: Full Broadcast [01:05:32]
There on the track was Empire Maker, the impeccably bred favorite with a tender foot, a cocky trainer from Brooklyn and a plurality of the public's money on his back. There was Atswhatimtalknbout, the Hollywood horse, partly owned by movie royalty, and there, too, was Indian Express, the rhythm-and-bluegrass colt whose owner was a legendary record producer in the 1950's. But for the two minutes that count the most on the first Saturday in May, the real star was a New York-bred gelding named Funny Cide, who was sent off at the ''yeah, right'' odds of better than 12-1 and romped off with a victory of a length and three-quarters in the 129th running of the Kentucky Derby. But forget for a moment Funny Cide's glitzier and supposedly more formidable competition. By any standard, this was an improbable victory. A New York-bred had never won the Derby, and the last time a gelding won was in 1929, when Clyde Van Dusen posted a two-length victory. The public was caught unawares, and six buddies from Sackets Harbor, NY, who own Funny Cide and run under the banner of Sackatoga Stable with four other partners were stunned by their good fortune. ''We are a three-horse stable,'' said Jackson Knowlton, one of the owners who bought the gelding for $75000 in a private sale. ''We are the little guys in the game. Everyone who dreams in this game, who owns two or five horses, look at what you can accomplish. Little did we know.'' Maybe it should not have been a surprise that a group of ...

Ethiopia resumes at Moonee Valley [01:50]
Last season's surprise packet and G1 Australian Derby winner, Ethiopia resumes at Moonee Valley this weekend in the G2 Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes.

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