Virginia-Bred One Go All Go Set To Go In Grade I United Nations Stakes Saturday

Virginia-bred One Go All Go, who has earned over $358,000 this year alone, will make his 8th start of 2018 in the Grade I United Nations Stakes at Monmouth on Saturday.

One G All Go is shown winning the 2015 Commonwealth Derby (Gr. 3) at Laurel. photo by Laurie Asseo.

The 6 year old Fairbanks horse seems to be improving with age. He captured the Grade 2 Dixiana Elkhorn Stakes April 12th at Keeneland, and was runner-up in a trio of Grade 2 stakes earlier in the year — the Fort Lauderdale, Pan American and Mac Diarmida Stakes. He has also competed in a trio of Grade I events. One Go All Go was fourth in the  Gulfstream Park Turf Stakes, third in the Man o’War and most recently finished 11th in the Manhattan Stakes on the Belmont Day card.

Shining Copper (inside) just edges Virginia-bred One Go All Go in the Grade 2 Fort Lauderdale Stakes. Photo by Kenny Martin.

One Go All Go was bred by Albert Coppola. He will face eight others in the United Nations, which is slated as Monmouth’s 11th.