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Devil May Care Sharp in Bonnie Miss

It has been well documented how loaded trainer Todd Pletcher is for this year's Kentucky Derby.

Well, it appears he will be well-represented in the Kentucky Oaks as well. Devil May Care, a Grade 1 winner in her second career start, rebounded from a disappointing 3-year-old debut with a 2 3/4-length victory in Saturday's Grade 2, $200,000 Bonnie Miss Stakes at Gulfstream Park.

Amen Hallelujah, the 3-2 favorite, finished second, five lengths ahead of Joanie's Catch. They were followed in the order of finish by Switch, Christine Daae, and Danny's Friend. 
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