Yearly Report, a homebred grade II winner for Betty Mabee's Golden Eagle Farm, has been retired from racing and is booked to Gone West. An injury was discovered following her unplaced effort in the Jan. 29 Sunshine Millions Barretts/CTBA Distaff Stakes at Santa Anita.Bred in California by Mabee and her late husband, John, and trained by Bob Baffert, Yearly Report won five stakes as a 3-year-old last year, taking the Delaware Oaks (gr. II), the Black-Eyed Susan (gr. II) and Santa Ynez (gr. II) Stakes, the Stonerside Stakes in track-record time of 1:20.67 for seven furlongs at Lone Star Park, and the Melair Stakes.A daughter of Golden Eagle stallion General Meeting, Yearly Report retired with six wins and two seconds from 10 starts and earnings of $835,900. The two runner-up efforts came in the 2004 California Cup Matron Handicap and the 2003 California Breeders' Champion Stakes. Yearly Report's stakes-winning dam, Fiscal Year, is by Half a Year.
Golden Eagle Farm owners Betty Mabee and her son Larry Mabee announced Aug. 7 a six-month plan to reduce their horse inventory along with an extended timeline to sell their San Diego County-based farmland.