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Devil May Care (horse)

Devil May Care
Sire Malibu Moon
Dam Destry Girl
Grandsire A.P. Indy
Gender Filly
Foaled 2007
Country United States
Color Dark Bay/Brown
Breeder Diamond A Racing Corp.
Owner Glencrest Farm
Trainer Todd Pletcher
Record 8: 5-0-0
Earnings US$ 550,000
Devil May Care is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Destry Girl by Malibu Moon. She was born around 2007 in the United States, and was bred by Diamond A Racing Corp..
Major wins
Frizette Stakes (2009)
Bonnie Miss Stakes (2010)
Mother Goose Stakes (2010)
CCA Oaks (2010)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on March 22, 2010

Devil May Care (foaled May 7, 2007 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred filly racehorse.

Out of the mare Destry Girl, a descendant of the very influential sire, Mr. Prospector, Devil May Care was sired by Malibu Moon, a son of the multiple Grade I winner, A.P. Indy.

She is owned by Glencrest Farms and trained by Todd Pletcher

Devil May Care won the Grade I Frizette Stakes at two. At three, she found her form again when she upset the favorite in the Bonnie Miss Stakes.

Devil May Care was the only filly entered in the 2010 Kentucky Derby, going off at odds of 10:1. She finished 10th behind the winner Super Saver.

The daughter of Malibu Moon returned on June 26, 2010, to win the Mother Goose Stakes in fine style, covering 1 1/16 distance in a time of 1:42.06.


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