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Amoss excited about Sum of the Parts

Tom Amoss' fine Churchill Downs meet could become even better when the promising 2-year-old Sum of the Parts runs in Saturday's $100,000, Grade III Bashford Manor.

“I think he's a really good horse,” Amoss said. “And I think Saturday night a lot of other people will think he's a really good horse.”

With 14 victories, Amoss is tied with Kenny McPeek for second in the trainer standings behind Steve Asmussen's 15 wins. But Amoss has started only 39 horses, good for a 36-percent strike rate. By comparison, Asmussen has sent out 96 horses and McPeek has 57 starts.
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