Jerry and Ann Moss

Silver Ray, Graded Stakes Winner And Slaughter Rescue, Dies At 30 At Old Friends

Silver Ray, a graded stakes winner who was rescued from potential slaughter in 2013, was euthanized yesterday due to chronic orthopedic disease at Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Center in Georgetown, KY. The stallion was 30 years old. Bred in Kentucky, Silver Ray (Silver Hawk -Danceland, by Little Current) won six of his 26 starts for owners Jerry […]

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Zenyatta’s Son Cozmic One Aims To Compete In 2018 Retired Racehorse Project

Cozmic One’s best result on the racetrack was a fourth-place finish at Del Mar in July, but the son of four-time Eclipse Award-winner Zenyatta and Preakness/Eclipse Award winner Bernardini might fare better in his second career. On Tuesday, Team Zenyatta and De Sousa Stables announced on Facebook that Cozmic One would be aimed at entering […]

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Dual Grade 1 Winner Gormley Retired To Spendthrift Farm

Gormley, Malibu Moon’s winner of the FrontRunner S. (G1) at two and Santa Anita Derby (G1) this year at 3, has been retired from racing and taken up residency at B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm in Lexington, KY, where he will enter stud new for 2018. Now available for inspection, Gormley is the newest stallion […]

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Gormley Confirmed: Colt ‘Deserves The Opportunity’ To Contest Belmont Stakes

Santa Anita Derby winner Gormley has officially been confirmed for a start in Saturday’s Belmont Stakes, the final leg of the Triple Crown. According to drf.com, owners Jerry and Ann Moss conferred with B. Wayne Hughes, whose Spendthrift Farm owns the son of Malibu Moon’s breeding rights, about the decision on Monday. Gormley, ninth in […]

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Update: Royal Mo’s Surgery At New Bolton ‘Successful’

Royal Mo, who suffered a fractured a sesamoid in his right front ankle during a workout at Pimlico on Sunday while preparing for the G1 Preakness Stakes, underwent surgery to fuse the ankle on Monday at the renowned New Bolton Center, according to bloodhorse.com. Dr. Dean Richardson performed the surgery, and while the injury is […]

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Updated: Shirreffs ‘Devastated’ After Royal Mo Fractures Sesamoid In Preakness Workout

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moss’ Royal Mo was transported to the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine’s New Bolton Center Sunday morning after sustaining a fracture of the inside right front sesamoid bone at Pimlico Race Course. A candidate for next Saturday’s 142nd Preakness Stakes (G1), Royal Mo was pulled up at the top […]

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Isn’t She Lovely: Zenyatta Delivers Filly By Medaglia d’Oro

Champion Zenyatta gave birth Tuesday evening to her fifth foal – a healthy filly by Darley stallion Medaglia d’Oro. According to the Zenyatta.com website, the filly arrived May 9 at 8:50 p.m., and “both mare and filly are in excellent health.” The new arrival is the mare’s second filly; her first two foals were colts – a 2012 Bernardini colt (Cozmic One) and […]

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Pace Makes … The Work? Espinoza Watches Derby Mount Gormley While Riding Ziconic

It wasn’t a case of musical horses at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., on Saturday morning when exercise rider Cisco Alvarado worked Santa Anita Derby winner Gormley, and the colt’s regular jockey, Victor Espinoza, accompanied the Kentucky Derby contender astride stablemate Ziconic. John Shirreffs had a plan. “Cisco has been working Gormley since before […]

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Espinoza Believes Gormley Has A Chance In ‘Wide Open’ Run For The Roses

Gormley will attempt to become the 11th Santa Anita winner to capture the Kentucky Derby when the son of Malibu Moon trained by John Shirreffs runs in the first leg of the Triple Crown Classic May 6 at Churchill Downs. Aboard the bay colt owned by Jerry and Ann Moss will be Hall of Fame […]

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Gormley, Royal Mo In Good Form After Santa Anita Derby; Both Headed To Kentucky

A rolling stone may gather no moss, but a Moss hoss gathers points to the Kentucky Derby. That’s what happened yesterday, when a pair of three-year-olds owned by Jerry and Ann Moss, Santa Anita Derby winner Gormley and third-place finisher Royal Mo, earned 100 and 20 qualifying points, respectively, for the Kentucky Derby on May […]

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