For Jackie Chan’s warriors, at the 97th Pat Day Mile Stakes (Pat Day Mile Stakes), he participated in the Churchill Downs game yesterday. It was not easy to return to the entire game, but the little pony showed great perseverance and could survive the challenge that dream Sha wanted at the last minute, thus increasing his first victory of the year.
This three-year-old horse is the son of Macleans Music and is owned by Kirk and Judy Robison of El Paso. Outside, and a group including “Dreamer Disease” and “Noble Reflection”.
“I’m pretty sure I will stick to it. When a horse climbs on him and he really likes it, he likes it. Rosario announced that I was not worried about the pace at the beginning because he was at the last minute. Very hard work.
Steve Asmussen trained Jackie’s Warrior for Kirk and Judy Robison. He was bred in Kentucky by J&J Stables, a unicorn girl mare, and this daughter is from AP 500.
“I am proud of who Jackie’s fighter is; in this case, it can only prove our belief in him. It is obvious that he is a special horse and he has many opportunities to serve better. Own assets,” he said. Asmussen.
Jackie’s Warriors ran into the first quarter of the game with a speed of 21.75 seconds, and the other three contenders were within attacking distance. The pace continued until half a mile, and Jackie’s Warriors passed the serve in 43.68 seconds; he set the fastest first half in seven careers.
Jackie’s Warriors completed the mile with a score of 1:34.39, paying the winner $6.60 at odds of 2-1. With this victory, he improved his record to five wins in seven games and earned an income of $868,964.