Don't Forget Gil Retired; In FT Mixed Sale

Graded stakes winner won or placed in nine stakes.

Don’t Forget Gil, a graded stakes winner, has been retired from racing and has been entered in the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky fall mixed sale Nov. 7. Racing for Alan Brodsky, 4-year-old Don’t Forget Gil won or placed in 11 of 19 races and earned $370,737.

Don’t Forget Gil, by Kafwain, started in 17 stakes, winning or placing in nine of them. She won three added-money events, including the Florida Oaks (gr. III), and her stakes placings included runner-up efforts in the Coaching Club American Oaks (gr. I), beaten a neck, and the Comely Stakes (gr. II).

Jonathan Thorne is the breeder of New York-bred Don’t Forget Gil, whose stakes-placed dam, Livermore Leslie (by Mt. Livermore), is a half sister to graded stakes winner Highland Gold and the dam of grade II winner Timber Reserve.

Denali Stud, agent, will consign Don’t Forget Gil to the Fasig-Tipton sale,