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Affectionately Quotes

Mike Hushion, winning trainer of favored Tidal Dance (No. 5): “She was able to kiss the fence the whole way around and Ramon [Dominguez] inched her out when it was time – it was perfect.  And it was great the way he took care of her the last sixteenth of a mile – I love it when a rider does that. 

 

“I’m going to talk to the owner [Marc Ferrell] about whether we keep her here or get her out of the weather for a couple of months.  You’d like to reward her and get her out of the weather – she’s been so good to us – but we’ll wait and see or we might stay here for the next one.” 

 

Ramon Dominguez, winning jockey aboard favored Tidal Dance (No. 5): “I was happy with where we were early in the race.  It actually set up exactly the way I thought it would.  She took the lead a little earlier than I wanted to but she was doing it easily.  I saw the other horse [No. 2 Pumpkin Shell] making a run at me on the big screen, but I knew we were home safe so I didn’t really get after her the last bit of the race.”

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