A Mo Reay Out Of Breeders’ Cup Distaff With Foot Bruise by Paulick Report Staff|11.04.202311.04.2023|10:53am10:58am A Mo Reay, outside, ridden by Flavien Prat, takes the G1 Beholder Mile over favorite Fun to Dream A Mo Reay, who had been 20-1 on the morning line for the Grade 1 Longines Breeders' Cup Distaff, is expected to scratch from the race per the Daily Racing Form's David Grening. Trainer Brad Cox told Grening Saturday morning that the 4-year-old has a foot bruise. Cox trains A Mo Reay for owner Haruya Yoshida, and she is expected to enter quarantine and ship to Japan to start a breeding career. A Mo Reay was most recently second in the G2 Beldame at Aqueduct, and earlier this year won the G1 Beholder Mile at Santa Anita, as well as the G3 Bayakoa at Oaklawn. She was bred in Kentucky by T & G Farm of Kentucky and sold for $400,000 to Spendthrift and MyRacehorse as a yearling at the Keeneland September sale in 2020. She also went through the 2022 Fasig-Tipton Fall Mixed Sale, where she brought $400,000 and was purchased by Green Acres Farm.