Frosted Emerging from the Shadows



Almost like Sham in 1973, Frosted ran in American Pharoah’s shadow in 2015, finishing behind him every time they ran together. He was usually good, but American Pharoah was always better. In their last race together, the Breeder’s Cup Classic, Frosted came in a surprising 7th. Several months later, after resting, training, time, and maturing, Frosted’s four-year-old career started with a huge win in Dubai. Though the track could be considered slower than American tracks, Frosted still ran easily to take more than a second off the track record. He obviously loves the track there. Could he be our next American winner of the Dubai World Cup in March?


Easy Win for Frosted in First Meydan Start

Frosted took an impressive step toward his early spring goal of the Dubai World Cup (UAE-I) when he overwhelmed eight rivals to win the $250,000 Al Maktoum Challenge Round 2 Sponsored by EGA (UAE-II) Feb. 4 at Meydan.

Source: Easy Win for Frosted in First Meydan Start |


See also: Frosted Impressive in Dubai

Being GOD 101—The Basics of World Building

Reblogging a person who is reblogging. Well, hey. It works. I’m mainly reblogging this because I want to read up on this stuff (and more) and I’m too tired right now to concentrate. Besides, there’s this really loud song in my head and I can’t turn it down. It happens.


Source: Being GOD 101—The Basics of World Building

Texas Red still out there

One of my favorite horses in recent years is Texas Red. He has had such potential, but it seemed like Murphy’s Law is following him closely. What can go wrong has gone wrong. His disappointing run in his last race was surprising to me, but I think he’s still got potential. As a 4-year-old this year, his trainer is taking his time and molding this horse into what is hopefully an older male champion.
Read more on the impressive and beautiful Texas Red.


Texas Red | NYRA/Susie Raisher