- Aug 26, 2011
Throw that race out. He was bothered badly by the favorite entering the first turn and lost all chance. He may or may not be a grass horse, but he has shown real ability in his two dirt sprints. Don't be surprised when he wins at a price at Belmont this fall.Not a great effort. A little rank early, and then failed to move forward on the others in the stretch. Regrettably, does not look like a stakes horse at this point.
That was easily the most impressive 2YO performance of the meet from Three Technique on Saturday.Coach has a real nice 2YO Colt that is named "Three Technique", broke maiden 3rd race out at Saratoga going 7F on the dirt and made it look easy. Won by about 6 lengths. Looks like the type that will only get better with added distance, that would be the one to keep an eye on moving forward. He should be in some early 2YO derby preps sometime this fall where he will answer the test or not.
Francessa has a couple nice ones now too. Both grass horses that he owns with the dude that started Casamigos tequila. They both have tequila type names, can't remember but I think one is named " No Lime"
must have been great being the trainer when those two owned horses together
Tugggle is a ny bred so he will be fine running in state company. I though the Pletcher horse the last day was pretty freaking good too. Chad brown has too many can’t even remember. Green light go, those horse that scratched out the hopeful was really good.Agreed, far superior to Tuggle's last effort.
Galloped out strong in his last start. Looks like he's going to like more distance. We'll know more after his next race. Tuna is living the dream...