Good Magic Represented By First Winner at Churchill

Curly Jack | Coady Photo

Curly Jack gave his Eclipse-winning young sire Good Magic his first winner with a stylish debut victory at Churchill Downs Thursday afternoon. Given a 4-1 chance, the $180,000 KEESEP acquisition was away without issue from his rail draw and tugged his way up the fence to seize the early advantage, clocking a :22.33 opening quarter. Pressed by Boxster (West Coast) through a :45.62 half-mile, the bay dispatched that foe with ease in the lane, rolling clear to a four-length score.

GISP Connie and Michael is also responsible for the SP 3-year-old filly Fannie and Freddie (Malibu Moon). Her most recent produce is a yearling colt by Gun Runner. Connie and Michael is a half to graded winners High Ridge Road (Quality Road) and Senor Rojo (Out of Place).

Good Magic broke his maiden in the GI Breeders' Cup Juvenile, resulting in an Eclipse Award. The GI Haskell Invitational S. winner stands alongside his sire Curlin at Hill 'n' Dale for $30,000.

2nd-Churchill Downs, $118,095, Msw, 6-2, 2yo, 5 1/2f, 1:04.28, ft, 4 lengths.
CURLY JACK (c, 2, Good Magic–Connie and Michael {GISP, $136,860}, by Roman Ruler) Sales history: $180,000 Ylg '21 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $69,460. Click for the chart or VIDEO, sponsored by TVG.
O-Michael McLoughlin; B-Betz/J.Betz/Burns/Camaquiki/C.Kidder/et al (KY); T-Thomas M. Amoss.

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