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Duke of Mischief seeks to rebound after tough showing

Though well-beaten in the Carl Rose Classic Saturday at Calder Race Course, Florida-bred Duke of Mischief’s trainer reports the 4-year-old colt came out of the race in good order and may make a bid for the $500,000 Clark Handicap (G1) on Nov. 26 at Churchill Downs.


David Fawkes had no answer for why the son of Ocala’s Winding Oaks Farm stallion, Graeme Hall, fell short in the 1 1/8-mile Carl Rose.


“I don’t know whether it was the track that afternoon or what, but he just didn’t go on. Otherwise he’s fine and going to Churchill for the Clark Handicap,” Fawkes said.  “We haven’t ruled it out.”

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