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Icon Project Retired

Icon Project dusted the competition in the 2009 Personal Ensign at Saratoga
Andrew Rosen announced Oct. 23 that his 4-year-old filly Icon Project, winner of the 2009 Personal Ensign Stakes (gr. I), has been retired due to a tendon injury. Read More

 

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Icon Project ran a couple of the most impressive races of the year, outside of Rachel. It would have been awesome to see her match up against Zenyatta and Careless Jewel. Just imagine if Zenyatta goes in the Classic... then Careless Jewel is the favorite and could have an easy go of it. Couldn't have been a much easier spot for Rachel to jump in...
I agree Cigar, a very talented filly. I don't think we'd even seen her best yet. Taking Rachael Alexandra and Zenyatta out of the equation, it would be tough to call between Icon Project and Careless Jewel which one had looked the most impressive in victory this year. Both drawing off and leaving fields by 12 or 13 lengths. I remember one field that Icon Project completely ran away from had both Unbridled Belle and Swift Temper in the race, both pretty good fillies in their own right.
This is a shame ... very talented.

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