Baffert and his secret to success

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Baffert and his secret to success
Trainer Bob Baffert, who currently trains the largest string of three-year-olds these days whether, be on the trail of the Triple Crown or not, there is much sophomores at his disposal, and it becomes an easier job to pin point a few who are likely to make
history in the upcoming events in American horse racing.
Mainly success attracts more work, and it gives that successful person the edge and, his employer’s comfort over his counterparts that he is best in the business, and generally expectations are sky rocketed. These qualities and attributes can easily be associated
with the man of the hour, conditioner Bob Baffert, who has shown this year that many owners have shown immense faith in his training to park their horses at his barn.
Owners like Michael E. Pegarm and Hal Earnhardt have been racing with for such a long time, and this time around Michael E. Pegram owned, Secret Circle has been sent as the favourite in previous 5 starts, and now he is pointed toward the Grade 2, $500,000
Rebel Stakes. The race has added $200,000 to its purse this year which was a total of $300,000 last year.
Bob Baffert won the Rebel Stakes last year with The Factor, and in 2010 he was successful with Lookin At Lucky in the Rebel Stakes.
This time around Secret Circle, is shown some serious talent throughout his racing career, losing once to Out of Bounds in the Grade 3 Sham Stakes, but won all of his starts, and eventually downed a graded stakes race last month when he won the Grade 3 Southwest
Stakes, when he tracked Scatman in the stretch and covered the distance in 1 minute and 37 seconds, an effort that earned him a Beyer Speed Figure of 102.
“He bounced out of his race really well,” said Baffert, who trains Secret Circle for the partnership of Karl Watson, Mike Pegram, and Paul Weitman. “I think he’s kind of a horse that’s just starting to wake up a little bit. He’s done everything on just natural
talent. He’s kind of the kid who’s real smart, didn’t do his homework, just gets through on natural talent.”



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