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Like Now

Like Now (foaled April 8, 2003 in Florida) is a thoroughbred racehorse. As a foal of 2003, he was a possible contender for the U.S. Triple Crown in 2006.

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Connections

Like Now recently changed hands and his new owner is Daryl Thompson.

He was bred by John J. Dillon. He was trained by Kiaran McLaughlin and ridden by Fernando Jara.

Breeding

His sire is Jules, a son of Forty Niiner, while his dam is Can't Bluff Me.

Races

Finish Race Distance Track Condition
2nd Coolmore Lexington Stakes One and One-Sixteenths Miles Keeneland Race Course Fast
1st Gotham Stakes One and One-Sixteenths Miles Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
1st Fred "Cappy" Capossela Stakes Six Furlongs Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
1st Allowance Optional Claiming Six Furlongs Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
6th Allowance Optional Claiming Six Furlongs Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
1st Maiden Claiming Six Furlongs Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
2nd Maiden Claiming Six Furlongs Belmont Park Fast
8th Maiden Five and One-Half Furlongs Saratoga Race Course Fast

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