Pasithea Face scratched from Crown Mare Trot
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The owner of Pasithea Face S posted on Twitter Thursday afternoon that Pasithea Face S has suffered an injury and will be scratched from her start in the Breeders Crown. Pasithea Face S was one of just five entered in the $250,000 Mare Trot, which meant there would be no elimination and all would race in the final on Friday, Oct. 27.
In the tweet by Courant Inc., it was noted: "Pasithea Face injured and will miss Breeders Crown; will now most likely be retired and bred in the 2018 season."
Trained by Jimmy Takter, Pasithea Face S won six of 13 starts since arriving in North America this year after competing in Europe. The 5-year-old daughter of Muscle Hill finished second in her last start in the $67,000 Allerage Farm final on Oct. 8 at The Red Mile, which brought her career earnings to $562,815. She took her lifetime mark of 1:50.4 while capturing a leg of the Miss Versatility on Aug. 20 at Tioga Downs.