The race to focus on at Digiturf for January 13th’s claiming action is the $15 2yo Claimer (Grade 2) which takes place over 2850m on the dirt at 17.25 GMT where there are two interesting prospective purchases.
Location: Queens, NY, USA.
Winner of more than 6,000 races, including more than 20 Championship events, Chrisman is the undisputed king of Digiturf.com.
Digiturf’s very own Breeders’ Championship played out on the virtual racetracks this weekend in the shape of two $500 added money events over 2200m, one for the colts and one for the fillies. Both took place on the dirt which was riding fast and were open to horses of all ages.
Owner Chrisman has always given the impression of unwavering professionalism as he continues to rake in the winners and edge ever closer to becoming only the second owner in Digiturf history to top the $1 million earnings mark. Winning top level events have become almost a daily occurrence to the master of virtual horse racing but even in defeat there are few more gracious than Digiturf’s current number one.
There was a pretty expensive bunch of horses that went to post for the latest running of the Digiturf Juvenile Sprint Qualifier Colts with Maple Leaf Farms’ Purple Velvet being the only homebred on show. All other participants in this heat had recently gone under the auctioneer’s hammer, achieving price tags ranging from $225 for Bigbob’s Bob’s Gun Bow to a whopping $1999 for Cepat Kaya’s Purple Chip.