Kristen Boyce and Valore Lund Mr. Jagermeister Minnesota’s leading ever money-making company that earns Thoroughbred, retired February 5 after an exercise in Tampa Bay Downs in which he was preparing for the Pelican Stakes next week. The 7-year-old, a native of Boyce, was back in the barn after a workout when it was discovered he had suffered a condylar fracture in his left forehead.
“His breeze made everything just fine,” said Lund, who is coaching Mr. Jagermeister. “He’s back. At first we thought it was his foot.”
But the veteran coach soon realized it was more than that and called for an X-ray. Then the fraction was determined.
Jawad might return younger from such a setback, but Lund knew it was time for Mister Jagermeister to retire.
“I’m sorry to see him go,” she said. “He was so happy.” Plans are in the making for a potential career in the breeding fold.
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Mr. Jagermeister is back in his barn in Ocala, Florida, where Lund keeps a string of 30.
“He wanted to play in the aisle,” she said. “he is fine.”
Mr Jagermeister exploded onto the scene in the summer of 2017 when he broke his two-year-old daughter Canterbury Park Initially 11 1/2 lengths are required. That same season, he sprinted 15 1/2 lengths in the Northern Lights Futurity, the first race for two-year-olds born in Minnesota.
His second start was a runner-up at the Prairie Meadows Stacks followed by an easier 15 1/2 length win at Northern Lights Futurity, the first race for 2-year-olds from Minnesota.
Although he has always worked on state-generated winnings, he ranks seventh in total money earned racing at Canterbury. Second grade winner’s son Atta Boy Roy Lund, also coached, made a lot of $700,839 the hard way.
“He always met tough horses,” Lund said. “He was truly an amazing race horse.”
Mr. Jagermeister has won a five-time black type, as well as won the 2018 Wally’s Choice Minnesota Classic Championship Stakes, 2019 Chesapeake Stakes in Colonial Downs, Phoenix Gold Cup 2020 in paradise grassand 2021 10,000 lakes stakes in Canterbury. He also finished second twice after the final sprint champion in oaklawn park In 2018 Bachelor Bets Behind metul And in 2020 Hot Springs Stakes behind Whitmore .
Mr. Jagermeister ended his 37-race run with a seven-length win on January 9 in an elective offset in Tampa, raising his record to 13-6-4.
From a career that would extrapolate to the Canterbury Hall of Fame, Lund called the 2018 Minnesota Derby, which Mr. Jagermeister won by 10 lengths in 1:40.37, just: 0.17 off the record set in 1985.
“We wanted to get him off the rails,” Lund said. “So far he’s won. Leandro (Goncalves) was standing up and sailing.” “Four railroad tracks along the way.
The family was planning to come to Tampa for the Pelican Stakes. They will continue to visit and Lund hopes she will be able to enter a 3-year-old who has high hopes for that.
They will keep coming,” Lund said. We will celebrate but instead it will be a retirement party.”