Fly So High

Suspensory Injury Sidelines Davona Dale Winner Fly So High

Winner of her last three consecutive starts, Phipps Stable’s Fly So High is not likely to make the Kentucky Oaks, reports drf.com. The 3-year-old daughter of Malibu Moon crossed the wire in front in Saturday’s G2 Davona Dale Stakes, but jockey Jose Ortiz pulled her up shortly after the wire. After Fly So High was […]

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Bloodlines: The Intercontinental Tale Of Frizette

One of the lines of commonality between Grade 2 Fountain of Youth winner Promises Fulfilled (by Shackleford) and Davona Dale winner Fly So High (Malibu Moon) is a famous old mare who became a landmark producer, so important that the G1 Frizette Stakes for 2-year-old fillies is named in her honor. Bred in Kentucky by […]

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Fly So High Appears Sound The Morning After Davona Dale; Ultrasound Ordered

Vanned back to her home base of Payson Park training center, Phipps Stables’ Fly So High appeared sound when jogging on the road Sunday morning. The 3-year-old daughter of Malibu Moon had to be vanned off the track after winning Saturday’s Grade 2 Davona Dale Stakes; jockey Jose Ortiz jumped off as a precaution when […]

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Fly So High Gives McGaughey 2,000th Career Victory In Davona Dale

Phipps Stable’s Fly So High gave Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey his 2,000th career win in Saturday’s Grade 2 Davona Dale, earning 50 points toward the Kentucky Oaks in the process. The 3-year-old daughter of Malibu Moon, off as the 7-5 favorite, was wide throughout the race to complete the one-turn mile over Gulfstream’s […]

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Take Charge Paula Stretching Out In Davona Dale At Gulfstream

Having made a successful return to graded company in the first start for her new connections four weeks ago, four-time stakes winner Take Charge Paula faces a new challenge in Saturday’s $200,000 Davona Dale (G2) at Gulfstream Park. The 31st running of the one-mile Davona Dale for 3-year-old fillies is among nine stakes, eight graded, […]

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