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Garden City Next for Winter Memories

Trainer Jimmy Toner reported Monday morning that Winter Memories came out of her fourth-place finish in the Woodford Reserve Lake Placid in good order, and that the Grade 1 Garden City on September 17 at Belmont Park remains the next objective for the big gray filly.

 

“She came out of it fine, and that’s the important thing,” said Toner. “And this morning, I’m fine, too.”

 

Bottled up while racing between horses throughout the 1 1/8-mile race, Winter Memories found room along the rail in deep stretch but was outrun by Hungry Island , Kathmanblu and Dynamic Holiday, finishing a little more than three lengths back.

 

“It was an eventful race and kind of hard to watch there for a while,” Toner said. “She did her thing; it wasn’t her fault she got beat. It’s going to be a Pepto Bismol day around here.

 

“We’ll go ahead and point to the Garden City,” said Toner. “Our plans are still the same.”

 

 

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Older Comments about Garden City Next for Winter Memories...

I'm SO glad Winter is healthy; she got a bad deal in the Lake Placid and ran her heart out anyway. I just love this filly, my 'cinnamon sugar' girl. Hoping the best for her going forward.

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