Posted: 6/8/2012 5:47:30 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Roused:
My reservations about Dullahan are that he has never won a race on the
dirt, may well turn out to be a better horse on grass, and that his
third-place finish in Louisville may have looked better than it was.
While he was beaten only 1 3/4 lengths by I'll Have Another, the Derby
winner expended more energy early staying within striking distance of
Bodemeister, and Dullahan essentially did his running when the race was
over, passing tired horses down the stretch.
Steve Crist. I am off Dullahan.
I like Dullahan, his times show he may be getting used to this surface--which is not one to easily get used to. But a wet track is not ideal to prove he can run on Dirt.
RAIN= NO DULLY