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Uncle Mo Headed to Florida

Trainer Todd Pletcher said all 11 of his Breeders’ Cup horses were fine the morning of Nov. 7. 
 
Pletcher won three 2-year-old races, including the Grey Goose BC Juvenile (gr. I), a victory that makes unbeaten Uncle Mo an early favorite for the Kentucky Derby (gr. I) and probably clinched the Eclipse Award for 2-year-old male. Pletcher doubled his number of victories in the Breeders’ Cup and earned $2,580,000 in purses to jump from eighth- to third-place in the standings with $11,223,650.
 
“It feels good. We had a successful Breeders’ Cup,” Pletcher said in a release. “You always wish you could have done better, I suppose, but any time you win a Breeders’ Cup race you should be thankful and grateful. To win three--they weren’t necessarily the three that we wanted, if we could pick three-- was a good showing.” Read More

 

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