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Side-By-Side Analysis of Works From Mucho Gusto and Bodexpress Heading Into the Pegasus World Cup on January 25th, 2020 03:57
Jeff Siegel and Zoe Cadman compare past and present works from Mucho Gusto and Bodexpress side-by-side to gauge how each runner is coming into the Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park. They also analysis the chances of Steve Asmussen's Tenfold.
Bodexpress Galloped at Gulfstream Park on January 24th, 2020 02:18
Bodexpress galloped at Gulfstream Park on January 24th, 2020 for trainer Gustavo Delgado. He will make his next start in the Pegasus World Cup.
Bodexpress Galloped at Gulfstream Park on January 23rd, 2020 03:43
Bodexpress galloped at Gulfstream Park on January 23rd, 2020, for trainer Gustavo Delgado. Bodexpress will make his next start from post 12 in the Pegasus World Cup presented by Runhappy.
Bodexpress (Teal Cap) Worked 5 Furlongs in 1:04.20 at Gulfstream Park West on January 21st, 2020 02:20
Bodexpress (teal cap) worked 5 Furlongs in 1:04.20 at Gulfstream Park West on January 21st, 2020 for trainer Gustavo Delgado. He is pointing towards the Pegasus World Cup on Saturday.
Preview of the Fort Lauderdale and Harlan's Holiday Stakes at Gulfstream Park on December 14th, 2019 Based on Works 03:17
Millie Ball analyzes recent works from her top contenders in the Fort Lauderdale and Harlan's Holiday Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Saturday.
Bodexpress Worked 5 Furlongs in 1:01.20 at Gulfstream Park West on December 2nd, 2019 02:41
Bodexpress worked 5 furlongs in 1:01.20 at Gulfstream Park West on December 2nd, 2019 for trainer Gustavo Delgado. He will likely make his next start in the Harlan's Holiday.
Bodexpress Galloped at Pimlico on May 16th, 2019 01:04
Gustavo Delgado's Bodexpress galloped at Pimlico on May 16th, 2019 in advance of a start in the Preakness Stakes.
Bodexpress Galloped at Pimlico on May 15th, 2019 01:31
The maiden Bodexpress galloped at Pimlico on May 15th, 2019 for trainer Gustavo Delgado as he prepares for a start in Saturday's Preakness Stakes.
Triple Crown Daily: Analyzing the Early Contenders for the Preakness Stakes 02:17
Jeff Siegel and Zoe Cadman analyze the early list of Preakness Stakes probables and take a closer look at an intriguing local new shooter, Alwaysmining.

Blogs:

Can you imagine how long the line would be if Maximum Security were to show up in a $16,000 claiming race now? That sure would be a sight to see. The line probably would stretch for furlong after furlong. Maximum Security could have been claimed for just $16,000 at Gulfstream Park when he made his […]

Jeff Siegel’s Daily Analysis & Wagering Strategies Gulfstream Park Saturday, December 14, 2019 * Specifically designed for the rolling exotic player, Jeff Siegel’s “Daily Analysis and Wagering Strategies” isolates those horses that should be included in daily doubles, pick-3s, pick-4s, pick-5s, and the pick-6. * ​It is recommended that Jeff’s selections be used to augment the […]

In the days leading up to the Travers, Shug McGaughey expressed his confidence that Code of Honor was going to run a biggie in this important 1 1/4-mile event. And the chestnut colt did not let his Hall of Fame trainer down. Ninth early in the field of 12, Code of Honor charged to the […]

Revenge is sweet, even when it takes 16 years to get it. Back in 2003, Medaglia d’Oro was sent away as the 3-5 favorite in Del Mar’s Grade I Pacific Classic on Aug. 24 following a win in the Grade I Whitney Handicap at Saratoga on Aug. 2. Medaglia d’Oro, with Jerry Bailey riding for […]

In the eyes of most people, Maximum Security has established himself as the pro-tem leader of the national 3-year-old male division in light of his victory in the $1 million Haskell Invitational last Saturday evening. Maximum Security, sent away as a 4-5 favorite, took care of business in the Grade I event at Monmouth Park. […]

The Grade I Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park this Saturday will be the first of three events during the second half of 2019 that figure to play a significant role in terms of who will get the Eclipse Award as champion 3-year-old male. After the 1 1/8-mile Haskell, the other two biggies still to be […]

Now that it is July, it’s time for my list of the Top 10 performances by a Thoroughbred in the United States during the first half of 2019. A Thoroughbred’s performance can make this list for a variety of reasons, such as: –A win by a big margin while showing brilliance. –Recording a fast final […]

We are just about halfway through 2019. With that in mind, what if there were such a thing as Mid-Year Eclipse Awards? These would be my votes, excluding the 2-year-old, human and steeplechase categories. MID-YEAR THREE-YEAR-OLD MALE: 1. War of Will, 2. Maximum Security, 3. Omaha Beach. If Maximum Security had won the Pegasus Stakes […]

King for a Day ruled the day when he managed to topple overwhelming 1-20 favorite Maximum Security in last Sunday’s 1 1/16-mile Pegasus Stakes at Monmouth Park. When I was a guest with Joe Withee and Rob Rao last Sunday morning on the Win Place Show, a radio program heard on Seattle’s KJR-AM, I issued […]

Do you have a pen nearby? Go ahead and grab it. Next, get yourself a set of past performances for Saturday’s 151st running of the Grade I Belmont Stakes, the demanding 1 1/2-mile event that has drawn a field of 10. Okay, now take a look at the past performances for those 10 horses. Focus […]

A number of Preakness Stakes traditions continued last Saturday. Keeping with tradition, when the horses came onto the track for the Preakness Stakes post parade, the folks on hand at Pimlico Race Course sang “Maryland, My Maryland.” Also in keeping with tradition, after the 1 3/16-mile Preakness was declared official, the silks of the winning […]

Redemption. That’s what winning the 144th Preakness meant to War of Will’s trainer Mark Casse. Forget that in a post-race interview Casse said he wouldn’t use that word to describe his feelings. It sure seemed that way to me. And not just redemption for the trainer. Young jockey Tyler Gaffalione and colt War of Will […]

The dust has settled on Kentucky Derby 145. The lawsuits haven’t. If you’re either a Country House or Maximum Security fan there hasn’t been much time to celebrate or to cry over spilled milk. Two weeks between first and second legs of the Triple Crown provide little recovery time for man and beast. The ship […]

It is a Preakness Stakes tradition that when the horses come onto the track for the post parade, the folks on hand at Pimlico Race Course are invited to sing “Maryland, My Maryland,” the official state song. It’s also a Preakness tradition that after the 1 3/16-mile race is declared official, the colors of the […]

There is no question that the 2 019 Kentucky Derby is going to be discussed and debated for a very long time. I had hoped this week to be writing about Omaha Beach heading to the Preakness Stakes following his victory in the 1 1/4-mile Kentucky Derby. But after Omaha Beach had been installed as […]

When I found out the news via a text message from a friend, I had trouble breathing. No, I did not have an entrapped epiglottis. But I did have trouble breathing because I felt as if somebody had just punched me in the gut really, really hard. I was so much looking forward to Omaha […]

1. War of Will 20-1     M. Casse/Gafflione A misstep just after the start of the late-March Louisiana Derby resulted in a ninth-place finish at less than even-money. That darkened the form of this otherwise attractive runner. He was sore for a day or two after the race, but soon returned to training. Following 4 reasonable […]

In case you didn’t notice, the Kentucky Derby is a bit over a week away. That means now is the time to begin searching for a winner, exacta, tri or super combination. Of course, you could wait until after post positions are drawn and final entries revealed. But, in that case, you would have waisted […]

It was 10 weeks ago that Omaha Beach debuted on my Kentucky Derby Top 10. All he had done at that point was win a maiden race. But his Feb. 2 maiden performance impressed me to such an extent that, even though he had not even run in a stakes race yet, I decided to […]

Jeff Siegel’s Top-20 Triple Crown Rankings With Theoretical Weight Assignments (Updated Wednesday, April 17, 2019) * 1 – Omaha Beach (R. Mandella) – 126 lbs. Lifetime record: 7-3-3-1 – ($1,121,800).  Derby points: 137.5 (rank: 2nd) Pedigree: War Front-Charming, by Seeking the Gold Most recent race: April 12, Oaklawn Park, Arkansas Derby-G1, finished first Pointing for: Kentucky […]