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Countdown to the Cup: Afleet Heat

The 141st Travers Stakes (gr. I) Aug, 28 was all about fathers and sons.


Hall of Fame trainer Allen Jerkens has been known to weep openly following a victory, even after six decades as one of the top trainers in America. His most recent tears had been shed on Aug. 27 when he won a 3-year-old maiden race, his first winner at Saratoga since Aug. 6, 2008. Read More

 

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