‘From Little Fluffy Baby To Super Racehorse’: Breeder Moore Recounts Journey With Knicks Go

It was a cold and eventful January evening when Pegasus World Cup Invitational Champion (G1) Knicks Go, rated first in the Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic Rankings, came into this world.

Co-breeder Sabrina Moore now recounts that evening as the Maryland-bred prepares for his final start before the Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) in Saturday’s Lukas Classic (G3) at Churchill Downs.

Spending time with Maryland Jockey Club co-host Naomi Tukker at her Maryland farm, Moore also talks about her relationship with Knicks Go’s dam, Kosmo’s Buddy, and the challenging realities of running a commercial enterprise.

Moore was present at Keeneland when the enigmatic grey recorded his first Grade 1 success in the 2020 Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1). She elaborates on the pride, the emotion, the ride he has taken the Moore family on.

After Knicks Go’s Whitney Stakes (G1) victory in August, Sabrina was reunited with her old charge for the first time since he left their care. “Going from little fluffy baby to super racehorse” was her way of summing up the horse she knew.

The story of Knicks Go continues, with two of his siblings living under the watchful eyes of the Moore’s at Greenmount farm in Maryland.

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