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Bold Chieftain just misses in finale

Millionaire Bold Chieftain fell a nose short of front-running Dunmore East in the final race of his career Monday at Golden Gate Fields in Albany, Calif.

 

The 9-year-old horse, who will begin his stud career at Victory Rose Farm in nearby Vacaville, Calif., next week, finished his career with 18 victories, 14 seconds, and 4 thirds in 47 starts while earning $1,683,181.

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