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Cluster of Stars in Good Order

Cluster of Stars, who extended her record to 3-for-3 when she headed multiple stakes winner Nicole H at the wire in the $100,000 Correction, returned from her winning effort in good order Sunday morning, reported Steve Asmussen’s assistant trainer, Toby Sheets.

 

“She seems to have come back well,” he said. “As far as what’s next, we’ll take her back to the track in a while and go from there.”

 

Owned by Turtle Bird Stable – which campaigned Grade 1 winner Haynesfield, also a New York-bred – Cluster of Stars was making her first stakes start and first start in open company in the Correction. The 4-year-old Greeley’s Galaxy filly broke her maiden a year ago at the Big A, returning last month to post a 6 ¼-length optional claimer.

 

 

 

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