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Dublin much the best in Hopeful

Robert Baker and Bill Mack's DUBLIN (Afleet Alex) had a lot going for him heading into Monday's $300,000 Hopeful S. (G1) at Saratoga. A son of 2004 Hopeful winner Afleet Alex, and conditioned by five-time winning Hopeful trainer D. Wayne Lukas, Dublin successfully added both to his family's legacy and his Hall of Fame trainer's bottomless treasure trove with a good-looking two-length victory in the historic seven-furlong juvenile fixture. 
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Aspire  |  Aikenite  |  Backtalk  |  Dublin  |  Jamie Theriot  |  D. Wayne Lukas  |  Hopeful  |  Hopeful (2009)
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