Handicatting with Rocky…
Down $9.90--only winner yesterday was serious chalk. Today: Kaitlyn's Cat and Bitty Kitty.
…and with Imp and Furlong
Madison and Floyd’s fund for feline welfare
Tag Archives: Kelso
The euphemism for a horse with both of his testicles is “intact.” The logical connotative sense, then, I guess, is that a horse that is gelded is “broken.” In reality, they are anything but; in fact, they are often the … Continue reading
“More than any other racing country, America has had its share of great geldings…” claimed William H.P. Robertson in 1964. And Kelso, he said, was “the most successful gelding of all.” It’s nearly impossible to think about the Jockey Club … Continue reading
Tomorrow at Aqueduct the Discovery Handicap, named for Alfred G. Vanderbilt’s magnificent colt, will be run for the 66th time. A look at its past winners shows two horses whose victories came a generation apart but to whom American racing … Continue reading