Jockey C.C. Lopez, who was thrown to the track after his mount, Happy Face, broke her left fore ankle in Friday's third race at Aqueduct, suffered a broken left thumb and cracked ribs, according to his agent, James Riccio Jr.
- Dark Bay or Brown Colt
- Born 2009
|Trainer||Hugh I. McMahon|
|Owner||Danny A. Limongelli|
|Breeder||Barbara M Mayne|
|Morales View Five-Cross Pedigree||Defrere||Deputy Minister|
|Code Clear||Lost Code|
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Journeyman jockey C.C. Lopez took off his remaining mounts at Aqueduct on Friday, citing an injured thumb and sore ribs following a nasty three-horse spill. Lopez plans to consult a personal physician regarding his injuries and is uncertain whether he will return to racing over the weekend.
Pablo Morales, a 16-year-old native of Peru, recorded his first North American winner in Wednesday's first race at Gulfstream Park.
True Direction and Javier Castellano wore down Crossing Point in the final yard to post the win Thanksgiving Day in the Fall Highweight (gr. III) at Aqueduct.
Jockey Victor Carrero broke his right ankle in a starting gate mishap before Sunday's third race at Belmont Park.
Yankee Victor, who won this year's Metropolitan Handicap at Belmont Park, has been retired from racing after suffering a slight injury to his right front ankle during the June 25 Hanshin Handicap at Arlington International Racecourse.
Metropolitan Handicap (gr. I) winner Yankee Victor has been retired.
Yankee Victor continued to display his fondness for one-turn mile races Sunday.
|Mucho Macho Man|