Keepmeinmind is making sure horsemen and horseplayers alike keep him in mind as a contender for the 2021 Kentucky Derby.
It’s safe to say Lemon Pop is a Kentucky Derby (G1) contender whose roots span the globe. He’s a Kentucky blueblood through and through.
Trainer Mark Casse has never won the Kentucky Derby, but it appears Laker Mamba has the pedigree and potential to give Casse a shot at victory in 2021.
Quality is essential for any horse hoping to win the Kentucky Derby (G1), and Essential Quality clearly has it in abundance.
We know Jackie’s Warrior has plenty of speed. But does he have the stamina to be effective over classic distances?
Just how much stamina is packed within the pedigree of Sittin On Go? The short answer is “lots,” though there’s also some speed in the mix.
Get Her Number doesn’t have the most commercially popular pedigree, but once you reach the racetrack, the lines between blue-blooded and blue-collar racehorses begin to blur.
At first glance, it seems as though High Definition should be a viable contender for the 2021 Kentucky Derby. But his pedigree is a cause for pause.
With so little form available for judging Money Moves’ merits, handicappers will have to rely on pedigree clues to gauge Money Moves’ potential.
Some horses are bred to thrive racing 1 1/4 miles. Others are bred to excel as sprinters or milers. A few fall in between.
Different racing surfaces don’t seem to bother South Bend, but the 1 1/4-mile distance of the Kentucky Derby (G1) could be a challenge.
Oaklawn S. winner Mr. Big News has the pedigree to thrive racing 1 1/4 miles, but is he really cut out to be a dirt horse?