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#7 – The Gallant Bloom

There was really only one question heading into the Gallant Bloom: Is Indian Blessing finished?  After a star-studded sixteeen months where she won nine times, including seven graded stakes races, the daugher of Indian Charlie entered the Gallant Bloom winless in three starts in 2009. Read More

 

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Older Comments about #7 – The Gallant Bloom...

Indian Blessing's consistency as a 2 and 3YO won me over and it was great to see her go out a winner
This was an awesome race... one of the most exciting this year!

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