JM Miracle Enjoying Vacation

JM Miracle enjoys vacation after successful summer campaign.

JM Miracle, pictured in his stall this week. PHOTO: Stallionesearch has received reports that the 2014 All American Futurity (G1) winner JM Miracle has recovered and is doing well after winning the $2.6 million dollar race.

The son of Volcom out of the Dean Miracle mare Lethal Delight, won the Labor Day event under jockey Ramon Sanchez then returned to the winners circle area in noticeable distress after the race had been declared official.

The following day, the Javier Marquez-owned winner of $1,462,000 was taken into the Ruidoso Downs infield for the post-All American Futurity official photo with his winning connections in attendance. Since that day, the top rated 2-year-old gelding has been recovering from a strenuous 2-year-old campaign that also included a second-place finish in the Ruidoso Futurity (G1) and an eighth-place run in the Rainbow Futurity (G1), according to Marquez.

"We are very happy that the horse is doing well since the race," said Marquez. "His post-race tests have all come back negative, and we are looking forward to running him as a 3-year-old. We feel that he has done enough this year, and we have our eyes on the summer derbies at Ruidoso next year with him."

The top-rated freshman in the AQHA National Poll, JM Miracle has won four of six career starts.

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