Chicago Railbird goes to Oaklawn

This weekend, Chicago Railbird flies south again, this time for the King Cotton Stakes at Oaklawn.

In true Chicago Railbird fashion, I take a look at Illinois-breds who have done well in the race in the past.  I also take a detailed look at tomorrow’s renewal of the King Cotton.  The race drew a field of eight.  Two of the runners were bred in Illinois — and one has a very good chance of becoming the second Illinois-bred to get his picture taken after the King Cotton.

Head over to ShapperDaCapper, read the latest Chicago Railbird, and get ready for tomorrow’s featured race at Oaklawn!

2 thoughts on “Chicago Railbird goes to Oaklawn

    1. he’s gorgeous! i didn’t see his maiden win since it was on a weekday…but i did see him at Churchill, when he ran in that allowance on the Derby undercard. his blaze makes me so happy! i really like Santo Sanjur’s pose in that photo you posted. he’s like…”nope, i see no one anywhere nearby!”

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