Interest in  Zenyatta ran high when she arrived at Churchill Downs last November in advance of running the Breeders' Cup Classic. After finishing second in that race, she was retired to become a broodmare.
Interest in Zenyatta ran high when she arrived at Churchill Downs last November in advance of running the Breeders' Cup Classic. After finishing second in that race, she was retired to become a broodmare.
Interest in Zenyatta ran high when she arrived at Churchill Downs last November in advance of running the Breeders' Cup Classic. After finishing second in that race, she was retired to become a broodmare.

Visit with Zenyatta up for bid in YMCA fund-raiser

February 24, 2011 12:00 AM

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