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God Still Loves Me Retires

God Still Loves Me was the first Thoroughbred to be born at Majestic View Farms Intl. that was owned by

the farm. She held a special place in the hearts of the owners and was born during a challenging time in their lives. Thus, earning the name of - God Still Loves Me. This chestnut filly with no white went on to be broke at In Front Training Center in Ghent, New York and was then sent to the farm's trainer, Ramon Martin. She went on to win two races before being claimed away on January 16, 2023. After four races under new ownership, Majestic View Farms claimed their filly back on April 11, 2023. Two races later, it was decided that God Still Loves Me had done enough, and the decision was made to retire her.

She was retired on August 13, 2023, and joined the broodmare band of Majestic View Farms. God Still Loves Me, now a retired racehorse, has returned home to her roots and is now residing at Majestic View Farms alongside her mother. She will enjoy a peaceful and well-deserved retirement, surrounded by familiar surroundings and the love of her family.

Race Record: 21 starts - 3 firsts - 3 seconds - 1 third

Earnings: $89,455

Sire: Bellamy Road

Dam: Prairie Trip


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