At age seven, Elmhurst gave his owner C. N. and Carol Ray’s Evergreen Farm, jockey Corey Nakatani and trainer Jenine Sahadi their second consecutive Breeders’ Cup Sprint victory when he rallied from far back for a narrow triumph as a longshot. The gelding continued racing two more seasons with limited success before closing his 51-race career that spanned seven seasons with a $1.1-million bankroll and eight victories. Elmhurst was born at the world famous Calumet Farm in Lexington, Kentucky. At age 21, Elmhurst was sent to Our Mims Retirement Haven, an equine retirement facility in Central Kentucky named for his famous granddam, Our Mims, who race for Calumet Farm. His sire, Wild Again, won the inaugural Breeders’ Cup Classic.