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Linda Rice Thoroughbred horse racing trainer and bloodstock agent.
“He’s [Max Player] becoming more professional all the time in his morning workouts. Anyone that watched his two races at Parx could see he ran pretty green. He got pinched out a little bit into the first turn and Dylan did a nice job of getting him back into the race and into the clear. He had a bit of a wide trip, but it was a great ride by Dylan. He’s shown us in the morning that he’s had a lot of run at the end of his workouts. It’s exciting. I would think the Wood Memorial would be the right spot."
Andy Serling TV Analyst and Handicapper for the New York Racing Association
"86 Beyer for today's Withers winner Max Player for @LindaRiceRacing. Another big step in the right direction for a lightly raced horse."
Dale Holly General Manager, K&G Stables, Breeder of Swingman
"We are excited about Swingman. He's got a good size, very correct and has good bone. He is an efficient mover. Tonalist is an up and coming stallion with great pedigree. The filly is strong bodied with good confirmation. Her mother is an AP Indy mare so we are optimistic in her future. Her sire is Munnings who is the leading active dirt sire for stakes winners in 2020 having a lot of success with fillies.""
David Ingordo Bloodstock Agent, Ingordo Bloodstock
[Re: Swingman] "I liked this colt when he was at your farm and has a good pedigree. The stallion will continue to do well, especially as the distances get longer for the 3yos. Looks like a "Classic" type prospect. Smallish, but very well balanced filly. Sire is white hot on the track."

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Max Player has shorter route to Belmont Stakes victory
June 15, 2020
In the days following Max Player's victory in the Grade 3 Withers Stakes on Feb. 1 at Aqueduct, while many were starting to talk Kentucky Derby, trainer Linda Rice seemed more excited about the Belmont Stakes.
SportBLX Thoroughbreds adds new twist to horse ownership
May 29, 2020
SportBLX Thoroughbreds has aspects similar to other new horse ownership groups, such as a low buy-in into the ownership experience, but has put its own twist on the enterprise by envisioning its members as buying into the entire life of a horse, including potential breeding and bloodstock revenue.
Field of At Least Nine Shaping Belmont Stakes
May 29, 2020
As the connections of weigh their options, a field of at least nine is taking shape for the $1 million Belmont Stakes (G1), which will open the delayed 2020 Triple Crown season June 20 at Belmont Park.
Max Player a Precocious Early Winner for Honor Code
May 29, 2020
Last Saturday was a good one to be a 3-year-old from the first crop of an A.P. Indy-line stallion. One of last year's stars, (by , a great-grandson of A.P. Indy) confirmed that he had wintered well with a three-length victory in the Holy Bull Stakes (G3).
Max Player surges past Shotski to win Withers Stakes
May 29, 2020
In his first two races, Max Player had shown a tendency to climb and shy away from kickback. But when he put his mind on running, Max Player demonstrated a long stride and seemingly a desire to go a distance of ground.
Max Player Workout Updates
May 27, 2020
https://www.belmontstakes.com/news/max-player-breezes-in-preparation-for-belmont-stakes-(g1) Max Player worked in 12.4, 24.4, 49.4, 101.4, 113.4. The first two times represent 1/8 of a mile. The third time is the 1/2 mile time. The last two times are the 5/8th mile and ¾ mile times. One furlong is 1/8 of a mile.
One-Turn Belmont Stakes A Plus For 'Inexperienced' Max Player - Horse Racing News | Paulick Report
May 22, 2020
George E. Hall's Max Player will race out of his own barn as one of the local hopes in the 152nd renewal of the Grade 1, $1 million Belmont Stakes, to be contested at nine furlongs on June 20 as the opening leg of the Triple Crown for the first time in history of the ...
Max Player 'likely' to stay in New York for the Belmont Stakes
May 19, 2020
Withers Stakes (G3) winner appears to be staying home for the newly-rescheduled Belmont Stakes on June 20. Trainer Linda Rice said in a tweet on Tuesday that the 3-year-old son of Honor Code is "likely" for what is now the opening leg of the 2020 Triple Crown.
Withers Winner Max Player Will Train Up To Wood Memorial - Horse Racing News | Paulick Report
February 2, 2020
George Hall's Max Player, trained by Linda Rice and patiently piloted by Dylan Davis, proved resilient in overcoming a difficult trip to win Saturday's Grade 3, $250,000 Withers at Aqueduct Racetrack. Sent to post at odds of 5-1, Max Player was in tight and on the heels of Mr. Shortandsimple taking significant kickback into the ...
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