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Comma to the Top Retired

Comma to the Top, whose career highlight was a victory in the 2010 CashCall Futurity, has been retired but will remain with trainer Peter Miller as a stable pony.

“That day he won the Futurity gave us our biggest thrill,” said Miller.  “It was pouring rain and there was a long delay in the paddock for a shoe repair, but he won easily.”

Miller stated that it’s a long process to transfer from a race horse to a stable pony.

“It usually takes about six months,” said Miller.  “You have to re-break them and get them used to a different saddle.”

A 5-year-old bay gelding by Bwana Charlie, Comma to the Top ends his career with 14 victories in 33 starts and earnings of $1,349,406. He is one of 36 horses to win at least five stakes races at Hollywood Park.

“He owes us zero,” added Miller.  “As long as I’m around, he’ll have a home.”



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