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Creek Cat Holding On As Leading Sire But Menifee & Vicar Loom

With three of the four three-year old Classics out-of-the-way, last year’s Leading General Sire in Korea Creek Cat holds a narrow lead at the top of this year’s race. Fellow established sire Exploit is just behind him but then come the newcomers Menifee and Vicar, who each have a Classic winner to their name this year in third and fourth. Read More

 

Creek Cat  |  Vicar  |  Menifee  |  Exploit
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