I sent out 15, and everyone managed to bring home a check (4th or better):
15(3) - 5- 4(2) - 4 - 2(1)
[color=red]Perelandria (3yo, Highland Laird) won her NW1, her second win in a row, both with good speed factors.
[color=blue]V is for Valiant (2yo, V is for Victory) won his NW1, which is also his second win in a row.
[color=red]Time for Belles (5yo, Slew O’Scots) won her NW3, her third win in a row.
[color=red]The Lucky Few (2yo, The Fighting Fifty) won her maiden in her first ever start.
[color=blue]Pistolwhip (2yo, Gunningdownromance) won his NW2, his third win in a row.
[color=blue]Objectinmotion (2yo, Turn n’Burn) was second in his NW1, his first ever start.
[color=red]Get Shorty (6yo, Planet Hollywood) was second in her NW3. I recently purchased her as a future broodmare due to her pedigree, but it would be amazing to get her figured out before retirement. I think she may be over the hill, though…
[color=red]GCh. Afterglow (5yo, Affirmed) was second in the ungraded General Douglas MacArthur, behind former stablemate Triomphe. I’m rooting for his future studhood.
[color=blue]Ch. Mimic (3yo, I’m Your Angel) was second in the G2 Alister Clark Stakes. He sure likes playing bridesmaid lately…
[color=blue]Ponte Vecchio (2yo, Unabridged) was 3rd in his NW3.
[color=red]Newyorknewyork (2yo, Stressed) was 3rd in her OA.
[color=red]Ch. Coquette (3yo, Bellagio) was 3rd in her OA.
[color=red]Ch. Ciao Bella (4yo, Alley Cat) was 3rd in her OA.
[color=blue]Sign of the Cross (2yo, I’m A Classic) was 4th in his OA.
[color=blue]Ch. Cuchulain (4yo, Irish River) was 4th in the G1 Australia Stakes, a sprint - he was only entered due to a lack of suitable races in his preferred distance range.