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Zenyatta's Plans Still Up in the Air

Zenyatta captures the 2009 Milady
Jerry Moss, owner of undefeated champion Zenyatta, said July 22 that he has not made a decision on the mare's next destination after her try in the Aug. 9 Clement Hirsch Stakes (gr. I), but he reiterated that he still wants to do "something different" with the rest of her 2009 campaign. Read More


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Mr. Moss, if you're reading this, stick to your guns. You've got the best horse in America, male or female, bar none. Anyone that's ever seen her race should know that. Rachel Alexandra being ranked above Zenyatta in the NTRA polls is a joke. I agree 100% with what you said. "The Breeders Cup races were designed to settle issues just like this. If Zenyatta finishes the year undefeated, and I think she will, and loses HOY to Rachel Alexandra I'll quit watching horseracing. To be the best, you have to go to the Breeders Cup and beat the best. The track it's held at is just luck of the draw. Don't say I've got the best horse but I'm not running her on synthetic after the race that Rachel Alexandra put in at Keenland on synthetic. But you know the old saying, "is there really any difference between a reason and an excuse?"

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