Tag Archives: Where’s My Ring

Where's My Ring wins 2024 Gazelle Stakes

Kentucky Oaks 2024 Update (4-8-24)

By Jarrod Horak The Grade 1 Ashland, Grade 2 Santa Anita Oaks, and Grade 3 Gazelle Stakes were the final three road to Kentucky Oaks 2024 points races. In this report, I will look back at those events and update my “Fabulous 5” Oaks contenders.  In other Kentucky Oaks news, West Omaha, a longtime member […]

Gin Gin wins 2024 Busanda Stakes.

Gazelle Stakes 2024 Picks

By Jarrod Horak The road to Kentucky Oaks 2024 continues at Aqueduct on Saturday, April 6, and I have included Gazelle Stakes 2024 picks below. The Grade 3 event for 3-year-old fillies has a $200,000 purse and the ten entrants will be journeying 1 1/18 miles on the main track. The Gazelle Stakes is the […]

Lemon Muffin wins 2024 Honeybee Stakes

Fantasy Stakes 2024 Picks

By Jarrod Horak The road to Kentucky Oaks 2024 continues at Oaklawn on Saturday, March 30, and I have included Fantasy Stakes 2024 picks below. The Grade 3 event for 3-year-old fillies has a $750,000 purse and the twelve entrants will be journeying 1 1/16 miles on the main track. The Fantasy Stakes is the […]

Kentucky Oaks 2024 Update (3-11-24)

By Jarrod Horak The Grade 3 Santa Ysabel Stakes at Santa Anita Park on March 9 was the latest road to Kentucky Oaks 2024 points race. In this report, I will look back at that event and update my “Fabulous 5” Oaks contenders. The Oaks points race chase takes a week off and will resume […]

Santa Ysabel Stakes 2024 Picks

By Jarrod Horak The road to Kentucky Oaks 2024 continues at Santa Anita Park on Saturday, March 9, and I have included Santa Ysabel Stakes 2024 picks below. The Grade 3 event for 3-year-old fillies has a $100,000 purse and the eight entrants will be journeying 1 1/16 miles on the main track. The Santa […]

Dreamfyre wins 2023 Sorrento Stakes

Del Mar Debutante 2023 Analysis & Video

By Jarrod Horak The Grade 1 Del Mar Debutante will be run at Del Mar on Saturday, Sept. 9. A full field of 14-horses will face the starter and Tamara is the tepid 7-2 morning line favorite. I will go through the projected race shape and look at the best final time ratings, and my […]

Where’s My Ring: Ran Well But Lost By a Lip

Trainer Val Brinkerhoff has to feel a bit snake bitten as here he is again on the Horses to Watch list off another second. You’ve heard the phrase before, he ran too good to lose, well it definitely applies to this three year old filly, who made her debut in race three on Sunday. Off […]