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Beyond the Crown: Coil Strikes Back in Haskell

The Grade 1 Haskell was the deepest 3yo graded route of the summer with the Preakness and Belmont winners, and my number one ranked (since 6-29) 3yo Coil proved that his Swaps defeat was nothing more than a slight detour. He is indeed the top sophomore in the land following a game late running victory over Shackleford and Ruler On Ice in the Monmouth Park showcase on 7-31. He garnered a 96 BSF after a slow start and rallying finish in his first conventional dirt start and should continue to improve as we head into the fall.
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