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Blusiewicz on the money with Admiral Alex

One of the most talked-about horses at Saratoga this summer was a 3-year-old who had not yet run in a single race. On the day he was entered, analyst Andy Serling told his audience on the track's pre-race television show: "If you haven't heard a tip on Admiral Alex in the second race, you must be in a coma." Read More


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