Boniface's Irish Forever heads west

November 27, 1993|By Ross Peddicord

Irish Forever, the diminutive 2-year-old filly trained in Harford County by Billy Boniface, is scheduled to take on seven rivals today in the $250,000 Miesque Stakes at Hollywood Park.

It is the first start for the horse since she convincingly won the Selima Stakes on Oct. 16 at Laurel.

Boniface had originally planned to race the filly, who is unbeaten in four grass starts, in Florida this winter. "But there wasn't any stakes for her there worth more than $50,000," he said.

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