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To Honor and Serve Going to Gainesway

“Everybody looks OK this morning,” said Rodolphe Brisset, assistant to trainer Bill Mott. “To Honor and Serve is retired and has left already. He is flying to Kentucky and going to Gainesway to begin his new career. The other three are flying to Payson Park in Florida on Monday afternoon.

“The three that are still here walked this morning and everybody ate good.”

Royal Delta is scheduled to remain in training for her 5yo season in 2013. Mott has said that the plan is to run again in the Dubai World Cup in March and to compete against males in the Breeders’ Cup Classic in November at Santa Anita.
 

 

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