Category Archives: Rapid Redux

Rapid Redux Goes for 22nd, Still Eligible for Starter Allowance

As of January 1, 2012, Rapid Redux was supposed to have used up his eligibility for the $5,000 starter allowance races. In 2011, Fifteen of his 19 races were run in that condition, which was for horses that “started for … Continue reading

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The Best of AndyScoggin

So much has happened since I began blogging in May of this year.  As the Monmouth Park Correspondent for my writing is showcased at Racing at the Jersey Shore for a website that gets over three million hits a … Continue reading

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Rapid Redux Looks to Extend Win Streak and Tie Citation

THE HISTORY: A victory in Tuesday’s race at Laurel Park would extend Rapid Redux’s North American consecutive win record to 21.  It would also tie Citation’s modern era record of 19 wins in one year.  Citation won 19 races in … Continue reading

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Rapid Redux Goes for the Modern Era Record Tonight

Tonight Rapid Redux looks to break the modern era record for consecutive wins. We say “modern era” as if we are putting an asterisk next Rapid Redux’s  streak. The chart shows where Rapid Redux fits in the all-time consecutive win … Continue reading

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Here are the Facts from Rapid Redux’s Winning Streak

Rapid Redux now shares the modern era record of 19 consecutive wins with Peppers Pride and Zenyatta. Rapid Redux took 10 months and 25 days to win 19 in a row.  Zenyatta needed 2 years, 11 months, and 10 days … Continue reading

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What’s Next for Rapid Redux?

The five year-old gelding Rapid Redux tied the North American record of 19 consecutive victories.  Rapid Redux now shares that record with 2010 Horse of the Year Zenyatta and the retired New Mexico-bred Peppers Pride. Everyone knows Zenyatta’s fame and … Continue reading

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