Goldencents returns to wasteful farm after visiting clinic for respiratory problem – Horse Racing News

Veteran Molly Goldencents back in Spendthrift . farm After a stay at the Hagyard Equine Medical Institute with a respiratory problem, racetrack owner WC Racing’s social media account announced on Wednesday.

BloodHorse reported on Friday That Spendthrift sent a letter to the stallion’s shareholders on June 17 and they were accepted into the clinic. Initial reports from Spendthrift General Manager Ned Toffey stated that the 11-year-old stallion responded quickly and positively to treatment.

Toffey’s letter to shareholders on Wednesday, shared through the WC Racing channel on social media, said Hagyard employees were unable to find a specific cause of the respiratory illness, but that the stallion’s response to treatment left him in “very good condition” and he is expected to do so. . Back to the breeding shed as usual in 2022.

Goldencents, a two-time winner of the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, is the son of Spendthrift Farm’s cornerstone horse in hurtIt can be said that he is his first real star at the national level. Joining his father on the Spendthrift roster in 2015, he has four race-age crops with a combined profit of over $17.1 million.

His best sprinter so far is By My Standards, a four-time winner at the Class 2 level, who recently finished second in the Class I Metropolitan Handicap in Belmont Park on June 5.

Other contestants by the Goldencents include the 2nd Division Phantom Currency winner, and the 3rd Class winners Mr. Money, Wildman Jack, and Going to Vegas.

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