By all accounts, the pun in Miss Behaviour’s name is not an apt one.
“Over in the barn this morning,” said one of her owners, Cal MacWilliam, in the winner’s circle at Belmont Park last Sunday, “she was absolutely calm, lying down, sleeping.”
The same could not be said of MacWilliam, his partner Neil Teitelbaum, and their wives, but they had good reason to celebrate. Their two-year-old, Pennsylvania-bred daughter of Jump Start out of the Successful Appeal mare Successful Romance had just won the Grade II Matron Stakes to keep her perfect record intact.
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