Magic Mojo is back in the mornings after his last race on October 8.
10/18 – 4f:50.28 (Belmont Park),
10/27 – 4f:51.85 (Belmont Park),
11/04 – 4f:50.50 (Belmont Park),
11/17 – 4f:49.96 (Belmont Park),
11/25 – 5f:1:02.76 (Belmont Park),
12/07 – 5f:1:02.10 (Belmont Park),
12/16 – 5f:1:05.22 (Belmont Park),
12/23 – 5f:1:02.02 (Belmont Park),
01/01 – 4f:48.00 (Belmont Park)
*WOW*. Rocketry’s running style and the unique nature of his preferred marathon races can leave the big guy open to some unfavorable set-ups and bad luck. Though he’d continually run well, he entered the G2 Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Stakes without a win since the race’s 2018 edition, when it contested as the G2 Marathon presented by the TAA at Churchill Downs. He ended the drought in a big, big way, with the kind of performance that leaves one speechless. We are so grateful to the phenomenal partners in the 2015 Crescent, LLC who make it all possible, Jimmy Jerkens and his staff, our team, including Paula Parsons and Dr. Carr, and tremendous Rocketry.
BloodHorse: “Rocketry Returns Victorious in TAA Stakes”
Daily Racing Form: “Rocketry returns to Kentucky victorious in Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Stakes“
It was particularly special to win a race that is named for such a phenomenal organization. Centennial Farms has been proud to sponsor the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance’s Best Turned Out Awards at the Pegasus World Cup for the past two years. Supporting an organization that does so much for the welfare of beloved equine athletes is of paramount importance. Learn more.