Maxfield has ended his racing professional activity

As was mentioned in autumn, Maxfield is retiring and joining Darley’s stallions at Jonabell Farm for 2022. The victory was the 1 in Clark for coach Brendan Walsh and Ortiz, who had come for a walk from New York.
Maxfield scored an 8 win on Friday with two seconds and third. Clark increased revenues over 2 million. Maxfield is now wealthiest horse that Walsh has coached. “I’m just glad he did his work and won,” the coach said. “This is
extremely esteemed race. it was pleasant that he was able to win it and he will continue professional activity as a producer.” He was just incredible equine. I cannot say enough about the equine I mean, he was amazing from the start. He returned from trauma. It was a huge case for us. He has helped me get out of bed in the morning in previous 2 years, and it will be difficult to find someone like him.”
Maxfield is 1 of 5 foals of victorious mare Bernardini Velvety, despite fact that Maxfield is her only champion from 3 to race. She also has a 2-year-old filly Medaglia d’Oro named Laved, who gave birth to her relative Moolt this year. Velvety is not part of the Caress group that won numerous bets, making Velvety the half-sister of ranked betting champion and father of Sky Mesa (Pulpit). Godolphin said Maxfield’s royalties will be declared some time after Clarke.