1/23/21 5 GP The Marshuas River Stakes (GIII) $150.000 4yo&UpF&M 1m inTurf 124lbs +penalties Her best racing was RIGHT in front of her… Ewa Beach, claimed for $40.000 out of her previous start proved she was a fantastic… Read More ›
Heading into the Hooper, Broken Tap seemed as though he would be one of the horses to beat in a field that was much tougher than one might have expected to see for a smaller Grade 3.
The Hooper is a smaller Grade 3 that is a part of the card at GP on Saturday, and it will be the 16th time that the race is run within the game.
1/23/21 5 GP The Marshuas River Stakes (GIII) $150.000 4yo&UpF&M 1m inTurf 124lbs +penalties We have a great day of racing here in Hallandale FL, and we see eleven entered for The Marshuas River Stakes (GIII), a flat… Read More ›
1/17/21 5 Astra Stakes (GIII)$100.000 4yoF&M 1 1/2m Turf 123lbs +penalties Does Number Nine love a mile and a half, or what?!? She lead throughout and held on by a nose after a stretch long duel with Big… Read More ›
Within our virtual racing world, it is a rite of passage that Mb Stables will have several horses on the TC trail. In the Lecomte Stakes, we had a chance to see another one as Proud Crown would prevail to pick up his first graded stake victory and firmly cement himself on the radar of KYD hopefuls.
A deep field in the LA Stakes of accomplished veterans would mean that the race would potentially be a lot more competitive than one might expect from a $125.000 purse. At the end of the race, they would leave an impression as two of the most experienced vets finished in the top two spots.
The LA Stakes may only be a Grade 3 that runs for a $125.000 purse, but you wouldn’t know that based on the quality of the field. Many well known, proven commodities will be making their way to the starting gate, including a total of five horses that have surpassed the $1,000.000 mark in career earnings.