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Mystical Star Slightly Stiff After New York

Cheyenne Stables’ Mystical Star came out of her victory in Saturday’s Grade 2 New York in “good order,” trainer Christophe Clement reported Sunday morning.

 

“She’s a little stiff, but not bad,” said Clement. “She looks well.”

 

Clement has won the past two graded stakes on turf at Belmont, having also taken the Grade 3 Hill Prince on June 16 with Summer Front. He’ll attempt to make it three straight on Wednesday when he sends out Right One in the Grade 3 Jaipur. In addition, Clement has recent allowance winner Barocci, a son of Japanese Triple Crown winner Deep Impact, under consideration for the Grade 1 Man o’ War on July 14. 

 

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