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Almost since the beginning of time, man has been fascinated by artificial selection — the idea that through careful manipulation of the breeding process, one can achieve a more desirable result, whether that be a better-tasting broccoli, a fatter cow or a seedless watermelon. In On the Origin of Species, first published in 1859, Charles Darwin wrote: “Slow though the process of selection may be, if feeble man can do much by his powers of artificial selection, I can see no limit to the amount of change to the beauty and infinite complexity of the coadaptations between all organic beings,
One of the popular phrases we’ve all heard is that “there are no limits.” A simple web search yields that the following things have no limits — churches, love, the outdoors, travel, your future, learning, fitness and many other things. This is the age of the overused acronyms YOLO (you only live once) and FOMO (fear of missing out), which are the battle cries of those looking to justify their “carpe diem” approach to life. In this live-life-to-the-fullest mentality do we need limits? As horseplayers, we most definitely need limits. A child who is never told “no” will become spoiled.
Mere moments after Tonalist thwarted California Chrome’s quest to become the 12th Triple Crown champion in thoroughbred racing history, Steve Coburn, one of the colt’s owners, blasted the Belmont Stakes winner. “It’s all or nothing,” Coburn said. “… It’s not fair to these other horses that have been running their guts out for these people and for the people who believe in them. This is the coward’s way out in my opinion. This is a coward’s way out.” Of course, Coburn was parroting the widespread belief that Tonalist had an advantage over Chrome because the former was “rested”, whereas the latter
Don’t let the big guy fool you. That guy would be crafty trainer Dale Romans, who somehow, some way, seems to come up with a surprise entry in a big-time race and collect a whole lot of dough for his owners and himself. Take the $1.5 million Preakness (G1). Hours before the post-position draw, and just three days before the second leg of the Triple Crown, the Maryland Jockey Club received a call informing them a horse by the name of Everfast would be joining the field. Never mind that Everfast hadn’t won in his previous nine races after breaking
The Haskell Invitational is two months away, but drama is already building for the upcoming headline event of the recently opened Monmouth Park race meet. Now that the Preakness is in the books, with War of Will the winner, a showdown has been set up between DQ’d winner of the Kentucky Derby, Maximum Security, and the Preakness champ, who some people believe could have won the Derby if not bothered turning for home. The showdown won’t take place in the Belmont Stakes three weeks from now, however, but it may take shape in the next big 3-year-old race that will be
The narrative is already in play that War of Will’s Preakness win justifies the DQ of Maximum Security in the Kentucky Derby. Many now feel that had War of Will not been impeded with he would have blazed down the stretch to win the Run for the Roses two weeks ago. Stop. Can we please just stop? We won’t though, because this is what we do in these the modern times. We complain, we’re negative and we always want to be right. Those that think Maximum Security should have won the Kentucky Derby will never change their minds, while those
Churchill Downs: Winning Colors Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up f/m ,6f Dirt
Monmouth Park: Monmouth Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up ,9f Turf
Monmouth Park: Salvator Mile Stakes ,$150,000 ,3&up ,8f Dirt
Santa Anita: Charles Whittingham Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up ,10f Turf
Santa Anita: Daytona Stakes ,$100,000 ,4&up ,abt 6.5f Turf
Santa Anita: Triple Bend Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up ,7f Dirt
Woodbine: Marine Stakes ,$125,000 ,3yo ,8.5f AW
Woodbine: Nassau Stakes ,$175,000 ,3&up f/m ,8f Turf
Santa Anita: Summertime Oaks ,$200,000 ,3yo f ,8.5f Dirt
Santa Anita: Monrovia Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up f/m ,abt 6.5f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) ,$3,757,000 ,3yo ,12f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Meguro Kinen ,$1,071,000 ,4&up ,12.5f Turf
Golden Gate Fields: All American Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up ,8f AW
Santa Anita: Gamely Stakes ,$500,000 ,3&up f/m ,9f Turf
Santa Anita: Shoemaker Mile ,$500,000 ,3&up ,8f Turf
Santa Anita: The Gold Cup at Santa Anita ,$500,000 ,3&up ,10f Dirt
Woodbine: Connaught Cup Stakes ,$175,000 ,4&up ,7f Turf
Santa Anita: Santa Maria Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up f/m ,8.5f Dirt
Santa Anita: Honeymoon Stakes ,$150,000 ,3yo f ,9f Turf
Penn National: Penn Mile ,$500,000 ,3yo ,8f Turf