Grade 1 Winner Time And Motion Retired From Racing

Time and Motion, winner of the G1 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup in 2016, has been retired from racing, according to a report in the BloodHorse.

Time and Motion raced as a homebred for Phillips Racing Partnership. During her racing career, the 4-year-old daughter of Tapit won five of 15 starts and earned $967,519. In addition to the Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup, the filly won the G2 Lake Placid Stakes and the listed Wonder Again and Memories of Silver Stakes.

While winless this season, Time and Motion had finished third in both the G3 Modesty and G3 Beaugay Stakes.

“She just, I think, is what we call over the top,” said John Phillips of Darby Dan Farm of Time and Motion’s 2017 season. “She is perfectly sound, but I think she just doesn’t want to compete anymore, which is fine. She can go home and be a momma.”

Read more in the BloodHorse

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