Wild About Annie Back
"Annie's been galloping since October," reports Fred Taylor, Mojo's CEM. "She's doing well, shows the same eagerness to run, and seems to have picked up where she left off this past spring."
In March, Annie was a couple of weeks away from going to the track when she developed tenderness in her front legs (suspensory ligaments). Training was suspended and she was given six months off based on the recommendation of the vet. Prior to that, in February 2011, Annie experienced a hair-line crack in one of the bones in her left knee and it took six months for that to heal.
"Annie gets into the bit when she's training, so we can see the potential," Fred says. "But she's had some bad luck with a couple of unrelated/nagging injuries that have twice interrupted our spring racing plans for her."
Wild About Annie is a 4YO Filly by Wimbledon out of Sassy Ann. "One of my partners owns both Annie and Sassy Ann," Fred explains. "At this point, the main objective is to just get Annie to the races. And, we're pointing her toward the Sam Houston Meet, which starts mid-January 2013."
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