"If everything's good coming up to the race, we'd like to run her there," said Lukas. "That's what he's into, doing something that's good for the game. He wants to race. He's not into getting her to retire that quick." Azeri's record stands at 17-4-0 in 24 races. Her earnings for her fifth-place showing in the Classic ($120,000) pushed her career total past the $4 million mark to $4,079,820. She is the first filly or mare to surpass $4 million in earnings.
For more information on the great Azeri, please check out the new book from Eclipse Press, Women of the Year
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