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Schosberg Pleased With Giant Moon

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The $75,000, 1 1/8-mile Evan Shipman for New York-breds on Monday, July 26 is expected to be the next stop for Albert Fried Jr.’s Giant Moon.  The race will be the first start in Saratoga for the 5-year-old son of Giant’s Causeway, who has been sidelined by foot problems for much of his career.  Giant Moon is 1-1-0 from three starts this year and trainer Richard Schosberg is pleased with the horse’s progress.

 

“He really is doing great,” Schosberg said outside of his Belmont barn Friday morning.  “He’s very serious when he goes to the track to train, and he’s just sharp right now.”

 

Schosberg said Giant Moon would likely work Monday and ship to Saratoga on Tuesday.


Also expected for the Evan Shipman are Groomedforvictory, Icabad Crane, Naughty New Yorker and RuffinoManteca, Mighty Morris and Slevin are possible for the race according to NYRA Stakes Coordinator Andrew Byrnes. 

 

 

 

 

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