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Plum Pretty to miss Mother Goose

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Kentucky Oaks winner Plum Pretty will miss a start in Saturday’s $250,000 Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont Park after a brief illness earlier this week, trainer Bob Baffert said from Santa Anita on Tuesday.


Baffert said that Plum Pretty had a temperature Monday and that the fever had subsided within 24 hours.


“I was going to send her to New York, and she got a slight temperature,” he said. “I’ve got a little bug in my barn. She’s okay now.”


Owned by Peachtree Stable, Plum Pretty has won 3 of 5 starts and $761,200. Before her victory in the Kentucky Oaks, Plum Pretty won the Sunland Park Oaks and was third in two stakes at Santa Anita – the Grade 2 Santa Ynez Stakes and Grade 1 Las Virgenes Stakes.

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i hope that the thoroughbreds dont get that herpes virus! its hitting the Quarter horses at shows pretty bad!

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