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Aidan and a Bettin'

OK, so who’s the Eclipse Award-winning trainer this year? The usual names  – Baffert, Asmussen, Pletcher, or Mott, all of whom had terrific years? Or perhaps Graham Motion or Dale Romans, who both had career years and won classics? Before deciding, voters should pay close attention to Aidan O’Brien, who could become the first foreign-based trainer to take home the award, just as the Coolmore gang – Mrs. And Mrs. John Magnier, Derrick Smith, and Michael Tabor – could walk off with the leading owner award.
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