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Moontune Missy pointing for BC Filly & Mare Sprint

GoldMark Farm’s Moontune Missy, second to My Jen in the Gallant Bloom (G2) at Belmont Park on September 25 in her most recent start, is training at Keeneland for a possible bid in the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (G1) to be run November 5 at Churchill Downs.

“That is what we are shooting for, if she can get in,” trainer Eoin Harty said. “She will stay here until the last minute (and go to Louisville in the early part of Breeders’ Cup week).” Moontune Missy, a 4-year-old, worked a half-mile here Monday in :48.20.



Moontune Missy (inside) battles My Jen to the wire in the Gallant Bloom.


 

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