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Dominguez Released From Rehab Center

Ramon Dominguez talked slowly and thoughtfully, the way he often does when answering questions. He spoke quietly, respectfully, and occasionally wittingly.

Only this time, he wasn’t talking about his trip on a horse following a race, or about the accomplishments of another fabulous year that ended with an Eclipse Award.

He was talking about his health – literally his state of mind – and his desire to get healthy and ultimately back to doing what he does so well: riding race horses.

“I really feel excellent,” Dominguez said Tuesday afternoon in his first interview since suffering a skull fracture in a spill at Aqueduct on Jan. 18. Read More

 

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