Shine Upon

Shine Upon goes for six straight at Aqueduct

Barbara D. Livingston
Shine Upon is back in the barn of trainer Mike Hushion.

OZONE PARK, N.Y. – Shine Upon, whose love affair with Queens continued when she won at Aqueduct for the fifth time in as many starts four weeks ago, breaks from the rail and is the one to beat under leading rider Ramon Dominguez in Thursday’s $60,000 Leecoo overnight stakes.

Shine Upon, a handy two-move winner of last month’s Jena Jena, will take on nine other New York-bred fillies and mares in the one-mile Leecoo, among them my Dinah, Fivefifteen, and Ouchy Night, who finished second, third, and fourth behind her last time.

Shine Upon aims to stay perfect at Big A

Barbara D. Livingston
My Dinah (left), beating Meese Rocks by a head at Saratoga in July, will take on Shine Upon in the Jena Jena.

OZONE PARK, N.Y. – Shine Upon, who has won all four of her starts at Aqueduct while shuttling between the barns of Jimmy Jerkens and Mike Hushion, makes the drive for five in Friday’s $60,000 Jena Jena overnight stakes for New York-bred fillies and mares at a mile and 70 yards.

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