Star Mare Serengeti Empress Comes Home to Taylor Made

On November 16, Taylor Made Farm welcomed 2019 Kentucky Oaks winner Serengeti Empress. The two-time Grade I winner will be bred to Spendthrift Farm's Into Mischief.

Serengeti Empress (Alternation-Havisham, by Bernardini), second to Gamine (Into Mischief) in the GI Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint S. Saturday at Keeneland, has been retired and will be bred to Into Mischief, according to a tweet from trainer Tom Amoss's daughter Hayley Amoss Wednesday morning.

“Said goodbye to Serengeti Empress yesterday with plenty of peppermints,” tweeted Amoss, with a photo of herself and the filly taken in front of her stall Tuesday morning. “Sad that she will no longer be in the first stall at Tom Amoss's barn, but thrilled that [owner] Joel Politi is keeping her a short drive away at Taylor Made. On to the next chapter of her legacy!”

Mark Toothaker, the stallion sales manager at Spendthrift Farm, tweeted, “What a filly. So happy Joel Politi and Tom Amoss allowed us the privilege to have her visit Into Mischief.”

Read more on the TDN: https://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/serengeti-empress-retired-to-visit-into-mischief/

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