Place your bets http://tracking.si.com/2014/05/02/kentucky-derby-2014-odds-betting-favorite/ http://www.thestar.com/sports/2014/...miss_artie_looks_to_catch_some_lightning.html We Miss Artie, sold by Lister for $90,000 at a Kentucky yearling sale two years ago, is now owned by the very successful Kentucky-based husband-and-wife team of Ken and Sarah Ramsay, and trained by one of the worldâ€™s most successful horsemen, Todd Pletcher. The colt, who must prove on Saturday that he can handle a traditional dirt track â€” his wins have come on synthetic dirt and grass â€” is also the early favourite for the Queenâ€™s Plate on July 6 at Woodbine. snip And the colt was a looker, as they say in the industry, with good size and almost faultless conformation. â€œI remember him as a foal, he was good looking.â€ said Carroll, who met Northern Dancer during the 1980s when broodmare manager at Windfields Farm. â€œHe developed into a handsome horse with a big walk to him.â€ By the time We Miss Artie â€” named after a late relative of Sarah Ramsay â€” was a yearling and being prepped to be sold at the 2012 Keeneland September yearling sale, in Lexington, Ky., he was filling out his big frame. Yeah. Big frame.