Apr 172024
 

Thoroughbred Racing Commentary – Steve Dennis – Citation: ‘He can catch and beat any horse he can see and there is nothing wrong with his eyesight’ – when Calumet conquered all

Thoroughbred Racing Commentary – Steve Dennis – Ladies first – or how Regret galloped gloriously through the glass ceiling in the 1915 Kentucky Derby

Thoroughbred Racing Commentary – Steve Dennis – ‘He had materialised as if from nowhere, which summed up his entire Derby adventure’ – reliving the unlikely tale of Canonero II

Thoroughbred Racing Commentary – Steve Dennis – ‘The 2008 Kentucky Derby would shake racing’s complacency about its bad old habits until it cracked’

Phil has it a question:

Was it the Winstrol or a mediocre crop of 3 year olds.

Thoroughbred Racing Commentary – Steve Dennis – Go, go, go! Remembering Jet Pilot, the Kentucky Derby hero given the full beauty treatment by a cosmetics queen

Thoroughbred Racing Commentary – Steve Dennis – ‘Mine That Bird has won the Kentucky Derby … an impossible result here!’ Reliving the tale of one man and his stetson

Thoroughbred Racing Commentary – Steve Dennis – ‘A little white-faced Canadian-bred used America’s greatest race as springboard to becoming the world’s greatest stallion’

Thoroughbred Racing Commentary – Steve Dennis – Kentucky Derby anniversary: ‘Uncle Sam’s most famous race began life as British as warm beer and indifferent dental hygiene’


Phil M Stockmen

 Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

(required)

(required)