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A lily by any other name...

For the second year in a row, it has become pretty clear that the winner of the Kentucky Oaks has been far more legitimate than the winner of the Kentucky Derby. On Aug. 21, Blind Luck defeated her main rival for end-of-the-year honors, Devil May Care, in the Alabama. A week later, Super Saver finished 10th of 11 in the Travers. If they were ever to face each other, it is a fair guess the filly would go off as the favorite. Read More

 

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