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Videos:

Analysis of Diamond Oops and Seeking the Soul Heading Into the Pegasus World Cup on January 25th, 2020 02:28
Jeff Siegel and Zoe Cadman give an in-depth look at a recent work from Diamond Oops, plus their analysis of Seeking the Soul's chances in the Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park on January 25th.
Seeking the Soul Galloped at Gulfstream Park on January 23rd, 2020 04:49
Seeking the Soul galloped at Gulfstream Park on January 23rd, 2020, for trainer Dallas Stewart. Seeking the Soul will make his next start in the Pegasus World Cup presented by Runhappy.
Pegasus World Cup Contenders Arrive at Gulfstream Park on January 21st, 2020 03:26
Higher Power, Arklow, Seeking the Soul, Next Shares and Mo Forza arrived at Gulfstream Park on Tuesday in preparation for their next starts in the Pegasus World Cup and Pegausus World Cup Turf presented by Runhappy.
Seeking the Soul Worked 5 Furlongs in 1:01.40 at Santa Anita Park on October 26th, 2019 01:56
Seeking the Soul worked 5 Furlongs in 1:01.40 at Santa Anita Park on October 26th, 2019 for trainer Dallas Stewart. He will make his next start in the Breeders' Cup Classic.
Seeking the Soul Galloped at Santa Anita Park on October 25th, 2019 02:18
Breeders' Cup Classic contender Seeking the Soul galloped at Santa Anita Park on October 25th, 2019 for trainer Dallas Stewart.
Seeking the Soul Galloped at Santa Anita Park on October 22nd, 2019 02:51
Seeking the Soul galloped at Santa Anita Park on October 22nd, 2019 for trainer Dallas Stewart in advance of a start in the Breeders' Cup Classic.
Seeking the Soul Galloped at Santa Anita Park on October 21st, 2019 02:20
Seeking the Soul Galloped at Santa Anita Park on October 21st, 2019, for trainer Bill Mott. Seeking the Soul is expected to make his next start in the Breeders' Cup Classic.
Seeking the Soul Worked 4 Furlongs in :48.80 at Santa Anita Park on October 11th, 2019 01:47
Grade 1 winner and Breeders' Cup Classic contender Seeking the Soul worked 4 Furlongs in :48.80 at Santa Anita Park on October 11th, 2019 for trainer Dallas Stewart.
Seeking the Soul Galloped at Santa Anita Park on September 27th, 2019 01:53
Multiple Graded stakes winner Seeking the Soul galloped at Santa Anita Park on September 27th, 2019 for trainer Dallas Stewart. He is 4-1 morning line in tomorrow's Awesome Again Stakes.
Seeking the Soul Runs Down Quip to Win the Stephen Foster at Churchill Downs on June 15th, 2019 01:59
Seeking the Soul closed with a rush to take the Stephen Foster at Churchill Downs on June 15th, 2019 for trainer Dallas Stewart. Courtesy: Churchill Downs

Blogs:

This year’s Breeders’ Cup Classic lacks the marque names, but it offers a wide-open field with fantastic betting opportunities. Below is my analysis and betting strategy for the Classic. 1. Higher Power: (#7, 6-1): He is proven at the distance with a powerful win in the Pacific Classic and has the tactical speed to sit […]

Breeders’ Cup Analysis & Picks   Sometimes I need to be reminded of how beautiful Santa Anita really is. Mission accomplished.   Here, at the foot of the majestic San Gabriel Mountains, racing has been regularly conducted, more or less, since Christmas Day 1934. It’s been a glorious run, highlighted by hosting racing’s biggest day […]

$1 MILLION JUVENILE TURF SPRINT (FRIDAY) 1. FOUR WHEEL DRIVE (3-1 on the morning line) Ward-trained colt has won by daylight both starts 2. KIMARI (7-2) Ward-trained filly is 3 for 3 in United States 3. A’ALI (6-1) Euro youngster is 3 for 3 when ridden by Dettori Nice-price danger: CHIMNEY ROCK (10-1) Son of […]

* JEFF SIEGEL’S DAILY WORKOUT COMMENTARY Listed below are links to key workouts from the xbtv.com video vault with grades and analysis that can be used to augment the handicapping process.  The lists only includes workouts that have occurred since the horse’s most recent start. * OCTOBER 22, 2019 * Azul Coast Oct. 22, 2019 […]

Now that the 2019 Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita Park on Nov. 1-2 is on the horizon, I have formulated my own early odds for what currently is shaping up to be a pretty wide-open Breeders’ Cup Classic. The Grade I event, which has a purse of $6 million, will be contested at 1 1/4 […]

In a marvelous “triple play” executed by trainer Chad Brown, he won all three Grade I races held last Saturday at Arlington Park. In order, Brown won the Grade I Beverly D. with Sistercharlie, Grade I Secretariat Stakes with Valid Point and Grade I Arlington Million with Bricks and Mortar. No other trainer has ever […]

There are very few important races in this country that trainer Bob Baffert has not won. Saratoga’s Grade I Whitney Stakes had been one of them. And now the Whitney no longer is a big race that has eluded the powerful Baffert operation. Baffert sent out McKinzie to win the 2019 renewal of the 1 […]

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 […]

Can Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert in 2019 extend his streak to five consecutive 3-year-old male champions? I posed that question back in January. Daily Racing Form first conducted voting for champions in 1937. The Eclipse Awards were born in 1971. Going back to 1937, Baffert is the only person who has trained four […]

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 […]

The first strikes for the May 4 Kentucky Derby can now be revealed. Back in 1999, I developed my Derby Strikes System. The system consists of nine key factors. When a horse does not qualify in one of the nine categories, the horse gets a strike. The nine key factors (or categories) are explained at […]

Talk about a major detour on the Kentucky Derby trail. Game Winner, who is No. 1 on my Kentucky Derby Top 10, and Improbable, ranked No. 2, were supposed to have clashed in the Grade II San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita Park on March 9. However, Santa Anita on March 5 announced that it […]

The highly anticipated confrontation between undefeated Eclipse Award winner Game Winner and undefeated Grade I winner Improbable will not be taking place this Saturday. Game Winner, who is No. 1 on my Kentucky Derby Top 10, and Improbable, ranked No. 2, were scheduled to clash in Saturday’s Grade II San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita […]

Coming up later this week is the first Saturday in March. This, of course, means we are only a couple of months away from the coveted Kentucky Derby on the first Saturday in May. For the past several weeks, I have been putting together a Kentucky Derby Top 10 list. Here is my current Top […]

“An undefeated racehorse has an aura of invincibility.” That phrase, written many years ago by the fabulous turf writer Charles Hatton, came to mind when I happened to notice that No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 on my Kentucky Derby Top 10 list this week are all undefeated…so far. Here is my […]

Trainer Bob Baffert has done something in the sport of Thoroughbred racing that has not received anywhere close to the attention it deserves. In fact, it has not received much attention at all. If something similar had happened in the NFL, NBA or MLB, it would be a very big deal. But in horse racing, […]

VENUE: Churchill Downs on Nov. 2-3. Main Track: dirt, fast Friday and Saturday; Turf Course listed as yielding by Equibase on Friday; Turf Course listed as yielding by Equibase for Saturday’s Turf Sprint; Turf Course listed as good by Equibase for Saturday’s Filly & Mare Turf, Saturday’s Mile and Saturday’s Turf. $6 MILLION CLASSIC (NOV. […]