Peach Of A Gal

Written by Sue Kenny on December 16, 2017

Third race, first start on the grass, the surface made a huge difference for Peach Of A Gal today at Tampa.  You have to try these things if the first isn’t working!  She’s by Curlin out of a Polish Numbers mare, both of whom were winners on the dirt so one would imagine Peach would prefer it too?  Guess not!  She was pleased she got the chance to try and won by four and a quarter lengths and the third longest price on the board.  Congratulations to owner and breeder Glenangus Farm.

2 comments on “Peach Of A Gal

  1. My name is Jeff, I’m a writer for HRN, Horse Racing Nation, I was wondering how Peach Of a Gal came out of her race last week and if there is a plan yet for a next start, also, a little off topic, but also how Irish War Cry is doing and when we can see him back on the worktab. Thank You.

    1. Sorry Jeff for the late reply. There is a possible race for Peach at Tampa towards the middle of January and Irish War Cry will be back on the work tab soon!