Jockey Edgard Zayas sent Florida-bred Time Passage right to the front from the start of the $75,000 Miss Gracie and never looked back on the way to a gate-to-wire victory against five other fillies and mares at Gulfstream Park Saturday. In winning her third consecutive race, all at a mile-and-70-yards on the Gulfstream Park all-weather surface, Time Passage also earned a $25,000 win bonus as a registered Florida-bred presented by the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association. Time Passage has now won five of 12 career starts with two seconds while providing a good return on her $85,000 purchase price by Karl and Cathi Glassman at the 2021 Ocala Breeders’ Sales October Yearling Sale where she was consigned by Stuart Morris. She is undefeated around two turns on synthetic. Bred by Baoma Corp.
Time Passage is by the Bridlewood Farm stallion Tunwoo and is the second foal out of the Florida-bred Kantharos mare Savingtime, winner of the 2016 edition of the Miss Gracie. Time Passage shook off her rivals at the top of the stretch and cruised home to complete the victory in 1:41.43 and two-and-three-quarter lengths clear of To Thyself B True in second. Time Passage paid $4.80 to win and the $69,550 payday increased her career earnings to $263,045.