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Dublin Elicits High Hopes for Young Sire

Dublin, who races for Robert C. Baker and William L. Mack, has been considered a colt with a lot of promise from the get-go. From the first crop of 2005 champion 3-year-old male Afleet Alex, the muscular, long-striding colt was a $525,000 purchase at last year’s Keeneland September sale, fetching more than four times the average for Afleet Alex’s yearlings. The first stakes winner for his sire, Dublin is one of seven winners so far for Afleet Alex, who stands at Gainesway. Read More

 

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