Some Thoroughbreds are but a flash across the sky in the game of life. They may burn brightly but often times are all too quickly gone. Such is the game of Thoroughbred racing. One of the O.G.’s (old guys) in the sport is Whitmore and he recently proved to be the exception. Still scintillating at seven, this Ron Moquett trained son of Pleasantly Perfect proved his worth in the grade 3 Count Fleet at Oaklawn Park. A sprinter supreme, Whitmore showed he still has plenty in the tank as he rolled to victory against a stacked field. This marks his third win in the Count Fleet and his 14th trip to the winner’s circle in 34 career starts. Always a horse that brings the cheese, this grandson of Scat Daddy has now banked over $3.1 million while finishing in the top three 27 times. Covering the distance in the six furlong Fleet in a powerful 1.08.95, Whitmore has ran himself into the “legendary” category at historic Oaklawn Park.