Gold when they prove to be an indicator of readiness for a racing victory. Fool’s gold when a series of “bullets” in the morning inexplicably leads to a dud of a performance in the afternoon. It’s no wonder that some handicappers swear by the little line of statistics at the bottom of the past performance sheets and others swear at them.
Barbara D. LivingstonStone Farm consigned the co-topper at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga selected sale, a yearling colt by Curlin out of America.
Only minutes before Terry Finley of West Point Thoroughbreds struck the winning bid on a Curlin colt at the Aug. 6 session of The Saratoga Sale,