Reeves Thoroughbred Racing is pleased to announce that a deal has been reached with Gunpowder Farms and West Point Thoroughbreds to run Breaking Lucky in their starting gate position for the Inaugural running of the $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational to be held January 28 at Gulfstream Park.
Gunpowder Farms owner Tom Keithley is also pleased to announce that West Point Thoroughbreds and Reeves Thoroughbred Racing have also purchased an interest into Breaking Lucky.
“We are thrilled to partner with Reeves Thoroughbred Racing and West Point Thoroughbreds for the Pegasus World Cup!” says Keithley.
According to Terry Finley, President & CEO of West Point Thoroughbreds, “we bought in earlier this week knowing it was a good chance to run in the Pegasus”.
Breaking Lucky is the 5 year old chestnut son of Lookin At Lucky, out of Shooting Party by Sky Classic. Foaled in Ontario, Breaking Lucky won the Grade 3 Seagram Cups Stakes on 8-1-16 at Woodbine, and the Prince of Wales Stakes in Fort Erie. Most recently, he was second in the Clark Handicap to Gun Runner. He was ridden by Luis Contreras, and is trained by Reade Baker.
Reeves Thoroughbred Racing has partnered with RA Hill Racing, and Eric Young in their Stakeholder Position for the Pegasus World Cup.
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