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Barn Buddies Presented By Doc’s Products, Inc.: Gemma Is A Monkey About Town

“That’s her at the barn eating a donut … that’s her at the starting gate at Gulfstream. There she is at the barn. She comes to my office with me, but sometimes she takes off running into the barn if she sees someone she knows.” Trainer Terri Pompay is swiping through the photos on her […]

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Currency Swap Retired To Woodford Thoroughbreds

Grade 1 winner Currency Swap has been retired and will stand for $3,500 at Woodford Thoroughbreds’ Florida facility, according to a report by the Daily Racing Form. The son of High Cotton won the 2011 Grade 1 Hopeful Stakes, as well as the Grade 2 Amsterdam and the You and I Stakes. He retires with earnings of […]

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Derby Trail: Gemologist, Currency Swap debut Friday at Gulfstream

Klaravich Stables and William H. Lawrence’s Currency Swap, 2-for-2 for trainer Terri Pompay, and WinStar Farm’s Gemologist, 3-for-3 for trainer Todd Pletcher, will clash in their respective 2012 debuts in Friday’s third race at Gulfstream Park. Currency Swap captured the Hopeful (G1) at Saratoga in his 2011 finale, while Gemologist won the Kentucky Jockey Club […]

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Currency Swap works toward return

Currency Swap worked a strong 6 furlongs from the gate in 1:11.55 with jockey Rajiv Maragh aboard Saturday morning at Gulfstream, reports Mike Welsch in the Daily Racing Form. “We haven’t really been asking too much of him before this morning,” trainer Terri Pompay said. “We’ve just been having him kind of poke along and […]

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Currency Swap will not run in Champagne

Trainer Terri Pompay told Daily Racing Form she will stick with the plan to train undefeated two-year-old Currency Swap up to the Breeders Cup Juvenile, skipping next Saturday’s Grade 1 Champagne Stakes. “We had made our decision not to do it, and even though its coming up a little lighter than expected we’re going to […]

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Pompay considers next moves for Currency Swap

Hopeful winner Currency Swap returned to his home base at Monmouth Park Tuesday, while his connections consider what to do next with their undefeated 2-year-old colt, writes David Grening in Daily Racing Form. Trainer Terri Pompay said the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile is definitely the goal, and she must decide whether to run him once more […]

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