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Zenyatta back at Hollywood Park

Undefeated champion mare Zenyatta has been safely returned to her home base at Hollywood Park. The six-year-old was vanned from Del Mar three days after recording her 18th consecutive victory on Saturday in the Clement L. Hirsch Stakes.


Zenyatta, owned by Jerry and Ann Moss, will remain at Hollywood Park under the care of trainer John Shirreffs. A two-time Eclipse Award winner as champion older female, Zenyatta is expected to make her next start in Santa Anita's $300,000 Zenyatta Stakes on Saturday, October 2.

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