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Landaluce, Princess Rooney, Hialeah Park - November 28th

After an eight-year slumber, Miami's Hialeah Park opened its doors to Quarter Horse racing, attracting a crowd of 26,874. ~2009
 
The brilliant Landaluce, who won her five lifetime starts by a total of 46 1/2 lengths, died of a viral infection. She was buried in the infield at Hollywood Park, where she had won her first two races. Trained by D. Wayne Lukas, Landaluce was later voted champion two-year-old filly of 1982 over another undefeated filly, Princess Rooney. ~1982

 

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