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|Date:||9/18/2014 3:44:14 PM
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Here is the plan ... Tuesday (my last day) you, SP, Falco and me will have breakfast at the castle spa, enjoy the spa, have lunch on the veranda, and do what ever we want the rest of the day.
Sounds like spring came to your yard.
Famous Fillies of our time:
Rachel Alexandra won the Kentucky Oaks by 10 and 1/4 lengths in 2009. She came back two weeks later to win the Preakness Stakes beating the best boys of her generation. Three months later, she went on to beat the older males in the Woodward Stakes at Saratoga Race Course NY, a feat no filly had ever achieved in the 56 runnings of that race. She raced only 5 more times, earning two more wins and three second place finishes. Then she retired as a broodmare in 2010. She will be remembered as one of the best fillies of all time.
Zenyatta will be remembered as one of the best horses of all times. Her wins included the 2008 Ladies Breeder’s Cup Classic and the 2009 Breeder’s Cup Classic (beating all the boys, a feat unheard of) with winning jockey Mike Smith. The latter race will forever be remembered by all who witnessed it. She always dropped far back in the early stages of a race and then made a late charge, passing all of her rivals through the stretch. With enormous strides and being a powerful great athlete, she turned the impossible into reality. She filled the crowds with awe and reverence. Her only defeat came on her 20th race. The 2010 Breeder’s Cup Classic (again with the boys), she waited just a minute too long to make her move and lost by a nose. She has retired and now is a mom. Zenyatta will always be remembered as a crowd pleaser. She always did a dance and kept an eye on her fans before the races. She loved her fans.
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