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Blame returns on Preakness undercard

Blame emerged as a force last fall with victories in the Fayette Stakes (G2) at Keeneland Race Course and Clark Handicap (G2) at Churchill Downs.


The Arch colt will try to get his four-year-old season started with a victory on Saturday in the $100,000 William Donald Schaefer Stakes (G3) at Pimlico Race Course.

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wow I cant see this one at all.as Indian Dance No Advantage and Understatement all look better.
I really like the looks of this colt!!! He's a real competitor, no doubt about it. I'm curios to see how well Blame performs after his winter lay-off. If he hits the track running in the same sort of form that he carried throughout 2009, he really could become one of America's top older colts to deal with in 2010. IMO.

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