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Calder: Big day for Azpurua family

The $125,000 Jack Price Juvenile Stakes turned out to be a family affair for Calder's veteran Azpurua family and a breakthrough win for 2-year-old colt Manicero.


Leo Azpurua owns Manicero and his son Leo Jr. trains the horse who won the seven-furlong dirt stakes by 8 1/4 lengths over Ribo Bobo.


Motin finished another length back in third.


Manny Azpurua, a brother of Leo Sr., trains Ribo Bobo and Motin.




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