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Can Uncle Mo Win the 2011 Kentucky Derby?

Likely 2-year-old champion Uncle Mo has effortlessly rolled through his competition in a trio of tallies to kick off his promising career. The Todd Pletcher trainee showed a dazzling display of brilliance in the Champagne and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, but will he be able to carry his speed classic distances in 2011?

The average winning distance for Uncle Mo’s sire Indian Charlie is 6.5 furlongs. His stakes-placed dam Playa Maya has an average winning distance of 7.6 furlongs...
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Two year champions USUALLY win that based upon early precosious maturations and not ture ability as history proves.

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