JM Miracle OK Morning After AAF

All American Futurity winner OK morning after race.

Q-Racing Journal

JM Miracle, photographed the morning after his All American Futurity win. PHOTO: Q-Racing Journal

J&M Racing & Farm's JM Miracle appears fine the morning after he won the All American Futurity (G1).

The Volcom gelding won the $2.6 million race by a half length with a :21.380 clocking.

After the race, the horse appeared to be in distress, and was iced off with buckets of cool water and vanned off the track.

"He was real tired when he arrived to the test barn, but once he got some water he was fine,” owner Javier Marquez told Stallionesearch.com late Monday night. “He is going to be fine, and we are very happy the horse is doing much better.”

JM Miracle was ridden in the All American Futurity by Ramon Sanchez and was trained by Umberto Belloc.

The horse came up to the track on Tuesday morning for the traditional morning after photographs, in apparent good health.

JM Miracle has won four of six career starts and earned $1,462,000.

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