Tag: Chad Brown

WO MILE: HEAD OVER HEART

Oh, Canada… I feel like a traitor, riding the Got Stormy train virtually all year only to abandon her in what could be her finest

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GO EAST TO BELMONT

More correctly, go for East at Belmont Park, as in the Christophe Clement-trained filly in Saturday’s featured Pebbles Stakes. This, of course, is a guess,

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TAKING THE OTHER CHAD

When faced with a choice of Chad Brown trainees within the same race, it’s often wise to look at the less fancied first. We will

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BROWN, ORTIZ IN FRONT

Edited by HRI Staff— SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – Trainer Chad Brown earned his second consecutive H. Allen Jerkens award, and third overall, for the Saratoga meet’s

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THE ANNALS OF CHAD

A serious question: By the end of his career, hopefully many years from now, will Chad Brown become a legendary G.O.A.T. at bringing turf runners

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STRADAVARIUS: GREAT MUSIC

Another group race, another John Gosden/Frankie Dettori team favorite, another short field–and, of course, another victory. My only question after the race was is Gosden

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DON’T BE RISKAVERSE

We’re hoping that Wednesday’s sudden storm doesn’t result in rescheduling the one-mile Riskaverse Stakes to the main track. Because the rains came late in the

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NEW BOSS SAME AS OLD BOSS

With two weeks remaining in the 2019 Saratoga race meet, the cream has kept rising. Given a bevy of top horses to choose from, this

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BETTORS ALABAMA BOUND

On paper, it’s very difficult to get away from the two early favorites; Dunbar Road (8-5) and Point of Honor (5-2). When last seen, Dunbar

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