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2010 Bonnie Miss (G2)

Date/Track:
3/20/2010, Gulfstream Park
Post Time:
4:16 PM CT
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 F
Time:
1:49.06
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Older Comments about the 2010 Bonnie Miss (G2)...

Loved Devil May Care's effort in the Bonnie Miss, despite being very green in the lane. I think I found my Oaks filly.
  • gardenesque1 · I don't blame you for jumping on the Devil May Care bandwagon. Agree that she looked sharp in the Bonnie Miss. · 2293 days ago
  • ruby · She looked great. Pletcher loves this filly. A lot of people like to say Future Wagers aren't interesting, but Pletcher has praised this filly highly, she ran one clunker off a layoff, and she goes off at 21-1 in the Oaks Future Wager. That is looking very nice today. · 2293 days ago
After finishing 1-2 in the Bonnie Miss, Devil May Care and Amen Hallelujah are being pointed to the Kentucky Oaks on April 30. By the way... Devil May Care was 21-1 in the lone Ky Oaks Future Wager. Amen Hallelujah was 6-1.

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