02/26/2015 2:53PM

Multiple graded stakes winner Miss Behaviour retired

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Miss Behaviour, winner of the Charles Town Oaks in 2014, has been retired, according to trainer Phil Schoenthal.

Miss Behaviour, a multiple graded stakes winner of nearly $800,000, has been retired, trainer Phil Schoenthal announced Thursday via Twitter.

Schoenthal tweeted that Miss Behaviour, a 4-year-old filly by Jump Start, has been booked to Speightstown and that progress “in her rehab over four months hasn't gone as hoped.”

Bred in Pennsylvania by her owners, Cal MacWilliam and Neil Teitelbaum, Miss Behaviour was very precocious, winning three races to start her career as a 2-year-old in 2013, including the Sorority at Monmouth Park and the Grade 2 Matron at Belmont. She won twice as a 3-year-old – the Miss Preakness at Pimlico and the Grade 3 Charles Town Oaks – before being sidelined with a suspensory injury from which she has not fully recovered.

Miss Behaviour had 5 wins and 4 seconds from 12 starts for earnings of $790,834. Her final start resulted in a sixth-place finish in the Raven Run at Keeneland in October.

John Nichols More than 1 year ago
I have known Phil for about 15 years and he stayed with me when he came to Saratoga for the Test. He reminded me of a baseball player being called up to the majors. A good nervous energy but one that was of the years of hard work and a true love of the game of horse racing with dreams finally coming true. Hopefully she is one of many trips to Saratoga and to the other big races and national scene!
william More than 1 year ago
will never forget 2 things about this filly.....her blistering move on the turn in a 2yr stake race when she went about 21 seconds in her second quarter to blow doors off her rivals. Then her next start at 2/5, when her inexperienced brain dead jockey put her under a hammerlock off the pace as the leader went 47 2/5 to the half. I think she was the fastest filly since Xtra Heat.
william More than 1 year ago
just looked it up.....Big Gerry Cruise was the guilty jock and it was 47 4/5
tommy More than 1 year ago
We made a killing that day, when you came 2nd as 18-1 where you lost to sweet reason. We made a killing that day with Moreno wining the Whitney, $10 pick3, $2 doubles , 50 cent pick 4, $1 superfecta. That day made me come out as a huge winner in horse racing!!
mike More than 1 year ago
Really? And how much are you actually worth today? Two dollars?