Rushing Fall Preveils

April 14, 2019

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Rushing Fall returned with a strong performance in the $350,000 Coolmore Jenny Wiley Stakes (G1T) at Keeneland. She showed no signs of any rust after time on the shelf.

The 4-year-old More Than Ready  filly ran for the first time since her victory in Keeneland’s Oct. 13 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup Stakes Presented by Lane’s End (Grade 1) and scored her fourth stakes win in as many starts at the Lexington track. Rushing Fall, under Javier Castellano, seemed to have her rivals up against it as she was the only speed in the race, and used that early pace to her advantage taking the lead out of the gate and cruising wire to wire and holding off her stablemate from trainer Chad Brown’s barn Rymska.

@jonathanstettin Thank you for your effort on the pick 6 at Gulfstream. I played it w/you for the first time today and you hit it twice!!!!

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