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Red Outlaw steals Allowance win, still undefeated!

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Red Outlaw made it two wins in a row for the Blinkers On horse racing partnership on Monday. With Hall of Fame rider Russell Baze in the irons, Red Outlaw dueled for the lead two wide to the stretch, responded to inch away to mid stretch then drew clear for an easy 2 1/4 length score. Sky's the limit for our talented son of Tribal Rule! We will be looking to get him on to the grass in the near future based on his pedigree and stride, possibly 6 1/2 down the hill or a mile on the grass at Santa Anita in a month or so. Congratulations to the Red Outlaw racehorse partnership.

Nothing to Hide is scheduled to make her first start on Sunday 1/26 at Santa Anita. This is a Maiden Special Weight race for 3 year old fillies going 6 1/2 furlongs on the downhill turf course. Jockey Joe Talamo has the call on our extremely quick daughter of Run Away and Hide. She should love the weeds with her City Zip/Forestry bloodlines! 

In other racing news...Humming Beethoven is back in Mike Puype's barn at Hollywood Park and she looks fantastic. She is galloping now and should have her first breeze in a week or so. He have high hopes for this girl! Off the Deep End will ship into Peter Miller's barn next week after a rest at Magali Farm. It looks like the vacation has paid off, he has really matured. Stole a Kiss ran a big 2nd last time out at Santa Anita in a 1 mile grass race for 3 year old fillies. It was a tough beat, after grabbing the lead in the stretch she got run down and lost in a photo finish. She has been racing since last summer so we are giving her a well deserved break at Magali. We are giving her about 6 weeks, just get get some weight on her and give her a little time to chill. Bullwhip is shipping to Golden Gate Field for his next start, hopefully the softer competition will do the trick. Not too many animals have his kind of speed outside of the So. California circuit. Top of the World continues to train forwardly at Turf Paradise and should make his next start in a few weeks. Salute to Summer breezed last week and conditioner Mike Puype was not happy with the way she traveled, he said she wasn't reaching out. She is being evaluated. Island Freedom and True Visionary are enjoying the amazing winter weather at Magali Farm in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley

Our just turned 2 year olds are also at Magali as they prepare for their racing careers. Our strapping son of the Pamplemousse, Chilled Mousse, is just a men among boys. He's a big horse with a huge stride that should love two turns. There are a few shares left. Check out our offerings page and click on the video to watch him breeze.

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